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Dietary Habits and Distribution of Some Fish Species in the Pansipit River-Lake Taal Connection, Luzon Island, Philippines
The interface between lakes and their outlet rivers is an interesting research site for fish community dynamics because it is immediately exposed to disturbances in lake ecosystems. In this paper,Expand
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A Microfluidic Platform for Single Cell Fluorometric Granzyme B Profiling
Granzyme B (GrB) is an essential cytotoxic effector in cancer immunotherapy as it can be a potential biomarker to predict the efficacy of immunotherapies including checkpoint inhibitors. MonitoringExpand
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Long-Term Changes in the Diet of Gymnogobius isaza from Lake Biwa, Japan: Effects of Body Size and Environmental Prey Availability
Body size and environmental prey availability are both key factors determining feeding habits of gape-limited fish predators. However, our understanding of their interactive or relative effects isExpand
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Climate and Human-induced Changes to Lake Ecosystems: What We Can Learn From Monitoring Zooplankton Ecology
Long-term time-series data have been proven useful in analyzing the adaptability of zooplankton communities as a response to environmental change. The unique life history and importance ofExpand
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Research Note. The first report of three acanthocephalan parasite species isolated from Philippine fishes
Summary Three acanthocephalan parasites, namely Neoechinorhynchus (Neoechinorhynchus) quinghaiensis, Rhadinorhynchus ganapatti, and Bolbosoma sp. are reported for the first time from PhilippineExpand
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Magnetic-Field-Enhanced Morphology of Tin Oxide Nanomaterials for Gas Sensing Applications
We studied the effect of an external magnetic field (up to 0.31 T) on the growth of SnO2 nanowires fabricated using the horizontal vapor phase growth (HPVG) technique. The morphology of the nanowiresExpand
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Initial assessment of parasite load in Clarias batrachus, Glossogobius giuris and Oreochromis niloticus in Lake Taal (Philippines)
ish parasites are ecologically important because they shape community and ecosystem structure by influencing trophic interactions, host fitness, and food webs. We surveyed fish parasitofauna fromExpand
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Spatial variation in phosphorus and nitrogen spiral metrics in a tropical watershed in relation to land uses
1. Senior High School, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, 2. College of Science, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, 3. The Graduate School, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, 4.Expand
The curious case of the endemic freshwater crocodile Crocodylus mindorensis as incidental host of marine fish acanthocephalan.
We performed the first host-parasite survey of the Philippine crocodile, Crocodylus mindorensis, a critically endangered species for which ecological information is lacking. We collected by gastricExpand
Low levels of Trichinella s (Railliet, 1895) Antibodies detected in Domestic Pigs at Selected Slaughterhouses with Farm-Based Exposure Assessment in Bulacan, Philippines
Abstract Trichinella s is considered as one of the most widespread food-borne zoonotic parasites globally. The disease it causes impacts human public health, swine livestock, and food safety.Expand