vol. 5, no. 1 (2014)
Asian Journal of Biodiversity


The Asian Journal of Biodiversity; is an international peer reviewed and multidisciplinary journal that provides a venue for scholars to publish their research findings. Through the new knowledge generated, this journal intends to empower citizens to take an active role in biodiversity conservation. Published by the Liceo de Cagayan University, the Asian Journal of Biodiversity is listed and indexed by Thomson Reuters (ISI) Science Journal Master List.

Publisher: Liceo de Cagayan University

Potential Citation/s: 197

Category: Biodiversity Conservation | Ecology |

ISSN 2094-1519 (Online)

ISSN 2244-0461 (Print)

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Vascular Plants of the Peat Swamp Forest in Caimpugan, Agusan del Sur Province on Mindanao Island, Philippines.

Lowell G. Aribal | Edwino S. Fernando

Discipline: Forestry

Antimicrobial, Antipyretic, and Anti-Inflammatory Activities of Selected Philippine Medicinal Pteridophytes

Victor B. Amoroso | Dorothy A. Antesa | Dave P. Buenavista | Fulgent P. Coritico

Discipline: Medicine

Freshwater Fishes of Tikub Lake, Tiaong, Quezon, Philippines

Bonifacio D. Labatos Jr. | Nicomedes D. Briones

Discipline: Fisheries

Assessment of Biodiversity and Water Quality in Association with Land Use in the Alanib River, Mt. Kitanglad Range Park, Philippines

Einstene M. Opiso | Victoria T. Quimpang | Emmanuel P. Leaño | Gloria L. Galan | Florfe M. Acma | Fulgent P. Coritico | Abigail Labadan | Ronald Regan Forten | Kate Lucelle Coquilla | Angela Grace Bruno | Victor B. Amoroso

Discipline: Bio-Diversity

Plankton Diversity in Ballast Water of an Inter-island Passenger-Cargo Ship Calling the Philippine Ports

Brian Gil S. Sarinas | Lorna D. Gellada | Melchor M. Magramo | Lovell O. Baria | Danny B. Tirazona | Lynbelle Rose D. Sorio | Jilla A. Tornalejo

Discipline: Bio-Diversity

A Taxonomic Study of Wood-Rotting Basidiomycetes at the Molave Forest of San Fernando City, La Union Province, Philippines

Edwin R. Tadiosa | Jethro S. Arsenio

Discipline: Taxonomy

Practices, Behaviors, and Action on Climate Change and Environmental Protection and Conservation of Settlers along the Banks of Oro River, Northern Mindanao, Philippines

Genaro V. Japos | Lesley C. Lubos

Discipline: Ecology