University Research Center



PNHRS Celebrates its 13th Week

The Philippine National Health Research System convenes health researchers, funding institutions, and policy makers to provide a dynamic activity in Limketkai Mall, Cagayan de Oro City, August 13-16, with the theme “Achieving Health- Related Sustainable Development Goals through Research and Innovation”.  This seminar was attended by Dr. Mary O T. Penetrante from URC; Dr. Ananias … Read more

The effect of varying levels of salt and mollases mixed with litter materials on the growth performance of broilers and on the reduction of odor

by Jaime C. Cabarles Jr. (completed September 2004) ABSTRACT       This study was conducted to determine the effect of different level of salt and sugar mixed with litter materials on the growth of broilers and on the reduction of odor and fly infestation. Treatments were laid in randomized complete block design (RCBD) replicated thrice. Panel … Read more

Non chemical control of golden kuhol (Pomacea canaliculata)

by Erlinda B. Famoso (completed February 2005) ABSTRACT           The study was conducted on November 19, 2003 to March 22, 2004 at CPU farm, Tuburan Sulbod, Zarraga, Iloilo to determine the efficacy of different methods in the control of golden kuhol under field condition. The treatments consisted of different plants with pesticidal properties such as fresh … Read more

Identification and assessment of feedstuffs ingested by “Darag” native chicken in Iloilo

by Jaime C. Cabrles, Jr. (completed March 2005) ABSTRACT      This study was conducted to identify and assess the feedstuffs ingested by free-range Darag native chicken raised in Calinog, Passi City, and Bartotac Nuevo considered as the top three arms in Iloilo with the highest population in terms of native chicken breeder. There-and-a- half to four … Read more

Design and evaluation of a village-level feed milling equipment

by Alexis T. Belonio, Aries Roda D. Romallosa, Rony E. Genanda, and Salvacion H. Belonio (completed September 2003) ABSTRACT      A collaborative project of the Appropriate Technology Center, Department of Agricultural Engineering and Environmental Management, College of Agriculture, Central Philippine University, Iloilo City and the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist, Province of Guimaras was carded out … Read more

Evaluation of composting CPU biomass wastes using the wire mesh circular compost bin with compost activator

by Aries Roda D. Romallosa (completed August 2004) ABSTRACT       The objective of this research study was to evaluate the composting of CPU biomass wastes using the wire mesh circular compost bin with the use of a compost activator In composting the biomass wastes generated by the University, three tests were conducted using three wire mesh … Read more

Adaptability, Milling Recovery and Eating Quality of forty MASIPAG rice cultivars grown under CPU experimental farm conditions during the wet season planting

by Erlinda B. Famoso (completed September 2007) ABSTRACT study was conducted from October 23, 2006 to January  15, 2007 at the CPU farm in Tuburan Sulbod, Zarraga, Iloilo to evaluate the 40 MASIPAG rice cultivars as to their adaptability, milling recovery and eating quality. The treatments consisted of forty MASIPAG rice selections and were laid out … Read more

Comparative study on the breeding performance and economic analysis of raising darag native chicken on full and semi-confinement conditions

by Hope G. Patricio and Jaime C. Cabarles, Jr. (completed January 2007) ABSTRACT This study was conducted to determine the breeding performance of Darag native chicken breeders raised under full and semi-confined conditions. Darag native chicken are characterized by a yellowish plumage with greenish gray streaks for female and the “labuyo” red for male. The … Read more

Acceptability and shelf life of instant “Ginataang Darag” Native Chicken treated with different natural food preservatives

by Jaime C. Cabarles, Jr. (completed December 2006) ABSTRACT This study was conducted to determine which of the natural food preservatives could lengthen the shelf life and acceptability of instant “ginataang manok”. The preservatives used were Vit C, Vit E, and salt. Freshly cooked ginataang manok was prepared as a basis for comparison. The treatments … Read more