Thursday, October 12, 2006

 

Oil Spill: A List of Journal Articles

Oil Spill
After the oil spill in Guimaras, so many people have become interested on oil spill, particularly so the students and researchers.
To help them on this problem, this writer gathered some journal articles on this topic.
The following articles were culled from the PubMed Central website. (see the url in my previous posting.)
Almost all of them provide full text articles—free!
I hope that this list will help pour students and researchers.
1. Robust Hydrocarbon Degradation and Dynamics of Bacterial Communities during Nutrient-Enhanced Oil Spill Bioremediation.
Röling WF, Milner MG, Jones DM, Lee K, Daniel F, Swannell RJ, Head IM.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2002 Nov; 68(11): 5537-5548.
PMCID: 129918
Abstract Full Text PDF-1.5M
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2: Microbial Population Changes during Bioremediation of an Experimental Oil Spill.
MacNaughton SJ, Stephen JR, Venosa AD, Davis GA, Chang YJ, White DC.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1999 Aug; 65(8): 3566-3574.
PMCID: 91535
Abstract Full Text PDF-0.9M
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3: Molecular Taxonomy of the Trichophyton rubrum Complex.
Gräser Y, Kuijpers AF, Presber W, de Hoog GS.
J Clin Microbiol. 2000 Sep; 38(9): 3329-3336.
PMCID: 87382
Abstract Full Text PDF-373K
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4: Effect of oil and dispersant on growth and chlorophyll a content of the marine microalga Tetraselmis suecica.
Fabregas J, Herrero C, Veiga M.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1984 Feb; 47(2): 445-447.
PMCID: 239695
Summary Page Browse PDF-505K
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5: In Katrina’s Wake.
Manuel J.
Environ Health Perspect. 2006 Jan; 114(1): A32-A39.
PMCID: 1332683
Full Text PDF-15M
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6: Effects of Surfactant Mixtures, Including Corexit 9527, on Bacterial Oxidation of Acetate and Alkanes in Crude Oil.
Bruheim P, Bredholt H, Eimhjellen K.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1999 Apr; 65(4): 1658-1661.
PMCID: 91234
Abstract Full Text PDF-60K
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7: Psychosocial assistance after environmental accidents: a policy perspective.
Becker SM.
Environ Health Perspect. 1997 Dec; 105(Suppl 6): 1557-1563.
PMCID: 1469933
Summary Page Browse PDF-1.6M
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8: Biodegradation of crude oil by Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the presence of rhamnolipids.
Zhang GL, Wu YT, Qian XP, Meng Q.
J Zhejiang Univ Sci B. 2005 Aug; 6(8): 725-730. published online before print July 29, 2005
PMCID: 1389852
Abstract Full Text PDF-236K
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9: Toxic effect of water-soluble fractions of crude, refined, and weathered oils on the growth of a marine bacterium.
Griffin LF, Calder JA.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1977 May; 33(5): 1092-1096.
PMCID: 170832
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10: Bioremediation Potential of Terrestrial Fuel Spills.
Song HG, Wang X, Bartha R.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1990 Mar; 56(3): 652-656.
PMCID: 183400
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11: A biomarker approach to assessing xenobiotic exposure in Atlantic tomcod from the North American Atlantic coast.
Wirgin II, Grunwald C, Courtenay S, Kreamer GL, Reichert WL, Stein JE.
Environ Health Perspect. 1994 Sep; 102(9): 764-770.
PMCID: 1567161
Summary Page Browse PDF-3.3M
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12: Cinnamon oil burn.
Sparks T.
West J Med. 1985 Jun; 142(6): 835.
PMCID: 1306205
Summary Page Browse PDF-218K
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13: Bacterial Community Dynamics and Hydrocarbon Degradation during a Field-Scale Evaluation of Bioremediation on a Mudflat Beach Contaminated with Buried Oil.
Röling WF, Milner MG, Jones DM, Fratepietro F, Swannell RP, Daniel F, Head IM.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2004 May; 70(5): 2603-2613.
PMCID: 404410
Abstract Full Text PDF-0.5M
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14: Oil degradation in soil.
Raymond RL, Hudson JO, Jamison VW.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1976 Apr; 31(4): 522-535.
PMCID: 169815
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15: Field evaluations of marine oil spill bioremediation.
Swannell RP, Lee K, McDonagh M.
Microbiol Rev. 1996 Jun; 60(2): 342-365.
PMCID: 239447
Abstract PDF-458K
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16: Effect of iron on the biodegradation of petroleum in seawater.
Dibble JT, Bartha R.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1976 Apr; 31(4): 544-550.
PMCID: 169817
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17: Field Observations on the Acute Effect of Crude Oil on Glucose and Glutamate Uptake in Samples Collected from Arctic and Subarctic Waters.
Griffiths RP, McNamara TM, Caldwell BA, Morita RY.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1981 Jun; 41(6): 1400-1406.
PMCID: 243930
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18: Long-term impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill on sea otters, assessed through age-dependent mortality patterns.
Monson DH, Doak DF, Ballachey BE, Johnson A, Bodkin JL.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Jun 6; 97(12): 6562-6567. published online before print May 23, 2000
PMCID: 18659
Abstract Full Text PDF-216K
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19: Interactions between marine bacteria and dissolved-phase and beached hydrocarbons after the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Button DK, Robertson BR, McIntosh D, Jüttner F.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1992 Jan; 58(1): 243-251.
PMCID: 195199
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20: Microbial degradation of hydrocarbons in the environment.
Leahy JG, Colwell RR.
Microbiol Rev. 1990 Sep; 54(3): 305-315.
PMCID: 372779
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21: Effect of Amendments on the Microbial Utilization of Oil Applied to Soil.
Jobson A, McLaughlin M, Cook FD, Westlake DW.
Appl Microbiol. 1974 Jan; 27(1): 166-171.
PMCID: 379987
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22: Session summaries and discussion.
[No authors listed]
Environ Health Perspect. 1982 Dec; 46: 229-241.
PMCID: 1569030
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23: Dissolved Hydrocarbons and Related Microflora in a Fjordal Seaport: Sources, Sinks, Concentrations, and Kinetics.
Button DK, Robertson BR, Craig KS.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1981 Oct; 42(4): 708-719.
PMCID: 244088
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24: Characterization of microbial isolates from an estuarine ecosystem: relationship of hydrocarbon utilization to ambient hydrocarbon concentrations.
Buckley EN, Jonas RB, Pfaender FK.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1976 Aug; 32(2): 232-237.
PMCID: 170041
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25: State of research: environmental pathways and food chain transfer.
Vaughan BE.
Environ Health Perspect. 1984 Mar; 54: 353-371.
PMCID: 1568158
Summary Page Browse PDF-3.5M
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26: Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor–Independent Toxicity of Weathered Crude Oil during Fish Development.
Incardona JP, Carls MG, Teraoka H, Sloan CA, Collier TK, Scholz NL.
Environ Health Perspect. 2005 Dec; 113(12): 1755-1762. published online before print August 10, 2005
PMCID: 1315066
Abstract Full Text PDF-2.4M Supplementary Material
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27: Microbial degradation of oil spills enhanced by a slow-release fertilizer.
Olivieri R, Bacchin P, Robertiello A, Oddo N, Degen L, Tonolo A.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1976 May; 31(5): 629-634.
PMCID: 291167
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28: Association between health information, use of protective devices and occurrence of acute health problems in the Prestige oil spill clean-up in Asturias and Cantabria (Spain): a cross-sectional study.
Carrasco JM, Lope V, Pérez-Gómez B, Aragonés N, Suárez B, López-Abente G, Rodríguez-Artalejo F, Pollán M.
BMC Public Health. 2006; 6: 1. published online before print January 3, 2006
PMCID: 1368965
Abstract Full Text PDF-259K
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29: Microbial populations and hydrocarbon biodegradation potentials in fertilized shoreline sediments affected by the T/V Exxon Valdez oil spill.
Lindstrom JE, Prince RC, Clark JC, Grossman MJ, Yeager TR, Braddock JF, Brown EJ.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1991 Sep; 57(9): 2514-2522.
PMCID: 183612
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30: Inhibition of light-induced pH increase and O2 evolution of marine microalgae by water-soluble components of crude and refined oils.
Armstrong JE, Calder JA.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1978 May; 35(5): 858-862.
PMCID: 242942
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31: Healthy environments for healthy people: bioremediation today and tomorrow.
Bonaventura C, Johnson FM.
Environ Health Perspect. 1997 Feb; 105(Suppl 1): 5-20.
PMCID: 1470315
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32: Sequential Growth of Bacteria on Crude Oil.
Horowitz A, Gutnick D, Rosenberg E.
Appl Microbiol. 1975 Jul; 30(1): 10-19.
PMCID: 187105
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33: Principles and problems of environmental pollution of groundwater resources with case examples from developing countries.
Egboka BC, Nwankwor GI, Orajaka IP, Ejiofor AO.
Environ Health Perspect. 1989 Nov; 83: 39-68.
PMCID: 1474579
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34: Acute health effects of the Tasman Spirit oil spill on residents of Karachi, Pakistan.
Janjua NZ, Kasi PM, Nawaz H, Farooqui SZ, Khuwaja UB, Najam-ul-Hassan, Jafri SN, Lutfi SA, Kadir MM, Sathiakumar N.
BMC Public Health. 2006; 6: 84. published online before print April 3, 2006
PMCID: 1484477
Abstract Full Text PDF-0.5M Supplementary Material
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35: Freeze-drying equipment for large-scale laboratory use.
Record BR, Taylor R.
Biochem J. 1958 Mar; 68(3): 420-430.
PMCID: 1200372
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36: Bacteria Belonging to the Genus Cycloclasticus Play a Primary Role in the Degradation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons Released in a Marine Environment.
Kasai Y, Kishira H, Harayama S.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2002 Nov; 68(11): 5625-5633.
PMCID: 129893
Abstract Full Text PDF-0.6M
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37: Effects of No. 2 Fuel Oil, Nigerian Crude Oil, and Used Crankcase Oil on Attached Algal Communities: Acute and Chronic Toxicity of Water-Soluble Constituents.
Bott TL, Rogenmuser K.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1978 Nov; 36(5): 673-682.
PMCID: 243120
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38: Stimulation of Lipase Production During Bacterial Growth on Alkanes.
Breuil C, Shindler DB, Sijher JS, Kushner DJ.
J Bacteriol. 1978 Feb; 133(2): 601-606.
PMCID: 222064
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39: Bioremediation (Natural Attenuation and Biostimulation) of Diesel-Oil-Contaminated Soil in an Alpine Glacier Skiing Area.
Margesin R, Schinner F.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2001 Jul; 67(7): 3127-3133.
PMCID: 92991
Abstract Full Text PDF-126K
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40: Effect of Four Dispersants on Biodegradation and Growth of Bacteria on Crude Oil.
Mulkins-Phillips GJ, Stewart JE.
Appl Microbiol. 1974 Oct; 28(4): 547-552.
PMCID: 186769
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41: Microbial degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons: an environmental perspective.
Atlas RM.
Microbiol Rev. 1981 Mar; 45(1): 180-209.
PMCID: 281502
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42: Recent Advances in Petroleum Microbiology.
Van Hamme JD, Singh A, Ward OP.
Microbiol Mol Biol Rev. 2003 Dec; 67(4): 503-549.
PMCID: 309048
Abstract Full Text PDF-461K
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43: Petroleum Pollution Bioremediation Using Water-Insoluble Uric Acid as the Nitrogen Source.
Koren O, Knezevic V, Ron EZ, Rosenberg E.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2003 Oct; 69(10): 6337-6339.
PMCID: 201234
Abstract Full Text PDF-429K
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44: Environmental factors influencing the rate of hydrocarbon oxidation in temperate lakes.
Ward DM, Brock TD.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1976 May; 31(5): 764-772.
PMCID: 291192
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45: EHPnet: International Maritime Organization.
Dooley EE.
Environ Health Perspect. 2006 Apr; 114(4): A219.
PMCID: 1440799
Full Text PDF-206K
46: The bacterial nucleus: a history.
Brock TD.
Microbiol Rev. 1988 Dec; 52(4): 397-411.
PMCID: 373156
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47: Evaluation of Inoculum Addition To Stimulate In Situ Bioremediation of Oily-Sludge-Contaminated Soil.
Mishra S, Jyot J, Kuhad RC, Lal B.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2001 Apr; 67(4): 1675-1681.
PMCID: 92784
Abstract Full Text PDF-351K
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48: Methods for and approaches to evaluating susceptibility of ecological systems to hazardous chemicals.
Burger J.
Environ Health Perspect. 1997 Jun; 105(Suppl 4): 843-848.
PMCID: 1470053
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49: Protozoa in Subsurface Sediments from Sites Contaminated with Aviation Gasoline or Jet Fuel.
Sinclair JL, Kampbell DH, Cook ML, Wilson JT.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1993 Feb; 59(2): 467-472.
PMCID: 202128
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50: Interleukin-1-induced anorexia in the rat. Influence of prostaglandins.
Hellerstein MK, Meydani SN, Meydani M, Wu K, Dinarello CA.
J Clin Invest. 1989 Jul; 84(1): 228-235.
PMCID: 303974
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51: Composition of Toluene-Degrading Microbial Communities from Soil at Different Concentrations of Toluene.
Hubert C, Shen Y, Voordouw G.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1999 Jul; 65(7): 3064-3070.
PMCID: 91457
Abstract Full Text PDF-447K
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52: Every breath you take.
Kumar S.
BMJ. 2004 Apr 3; 328(7443): 787.
PMCID: 383367
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53: Energy-spilling reactions of Streptococcus bovis and resistance of its membrane to proton conductance.
Cook GM, Russell JB.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1994 Jun; 60(6): 1942-1948.
PMCID: 201584
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54: A method for separating according to mass a mixture of macromolecules or small particles suspended in a fluid, 3. Experiments in a centrifugal fluid.
Berg HC, Purcell EM.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1967 Nov; 58(5): 1821-1828.
PMCID: 223867
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55: Response of Archaeal Communities in Beach Sediments to Spilled Oil and Bioremediation.
Röling WF, Couto de Brito IR, Swannell RP, Head IM.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2004 May; 70(5): 2614-2620.
PMCID: 404411
Abstract Full Text PDF-508K
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56: Measurements of mitochondrial volumes are affected by the amount of mitochondria used in the determinations.
Cohen NS, Cheung CW, Raijman L.
Biochem J. 1987 Jul 15; 245(2): 375-379.
PMCID: 1148132
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57: Stimulation of Single Isolated Adult Ventricular Myocytes within a Low Volume Using a Planar Microelectrode Array.
Klauke N, Smith GL, Cooper J.
Biophys J. 2003 Sep; 85(3): 1766-1774.
PMCID: 1303350
Abstract Full Text PDF-323K Supplementary Material
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58: Male reproductive health and environmental xenoestrogens.
Toppari J, Larsen JC, Christiansen P, Giwercman A, Grandjean P, Guillette LJ Jr, Jégou B, Jensen TK, Jouannet P, Keiding N, Leffers H, McLachlan JA, Meyer O, Müller J, Rajpert-De Meyts E, Scheike T, Sharpe R, Sumpter J, Skakkebaek NE.
Environ Health Perspect. 1996 Aug; 104(Suppl 4): 741-803.
PMCID: 1469672
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59: In Vitro Microbial Degradation of Bituminous Hydrocarbons and In Situ Colonization of Bitumen Surfaces Within the Athabasca Oil Sands Deposit.
Wyndham RC, Costerton JW.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1981 Mar; 41(3): 791-800.
PMCID: 243776
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60: 12th meeting of the Scientific Group on Methodologies for the Safety Evaluation of Chemicals: susceptibility to environmental hazards.
Barrett JC, Vainio H, Peakall D, Goldstein BD.
Environ Health Perspect. 1997 Jun; 105(Suppl 4): 699-737.
PMCID: 1470055
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61: A basolateral lactate/H+ co-transporter in Madin-Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cells.
Rosenberg SO, Fadil T, Schuster VL.
Biochem J. 1993 Jan 1; 289(Pt 1): 263-268.
PMCID: 1132159
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62: Analysis of Bacterial Community Structure in Sulfurous-Oil-Containing Soils and Detection of Species Carrying Dibenzothiophene Desulfurization (dsz) Genes.
Duarte GF, Rosado AS, Seldin L, de Araujo W, van Elsas JD.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2001 Mar; 67(3): 1052-1062.
PMCID: 92694
Abstract Full Text PDF-1.3M
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63: Comparative visualization for comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography.
Hollingsworth BV, Reichenbach SE, Tao Q, Visvanathan A.
J Chromatogr A. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2006 September 12.
PMCID: 1564068
Manuscript: Abstract Full Text PDF-319K
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64: Ecosystem health as a clinical rotation for senior students in Canadian veterinary schools.
Ribble C, Hunter B, Larivière N, Bélanger D, Wobeser G, Daoust PY, Leighton T, Waltner-Toews D, Davidson J, Spangler E, Nielsen O.
Can Vet J. 1997 Aug; 38(8): 485-490.
PMCID: 1576815
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65: Composition of Soil Microbial Communities Enriched on a Mixture of Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
Greene EA, Kay JG, Jaber K, Stehmeier LG, Voordouw G.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2000 Dec; 66(12): 5282-5289.
PMCID: 92457
Abstract Full Text PDF-137K
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66: Identification of Disulfides from the Biodegradation of Dibenzothiophene.
Bressler DC, Fedorak PM.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 2001 Nov; 67(11): 5084-5093.
PMCID: 93275
Abstract Full Text PDF-229K
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67: George Justice Race, MD, PhD, MSPH: a conversation with the editor.
Justice Race G.
Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent). 2001 Jul; 14(3): 264-285.
PMCID: 1305831
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68: Acquisition of a deliberately introduced phenol degradation operon, pheBA, by different indigenous Pseudomonas species.
Peters M, Heinaru E, Talpsep E, Wand H, Stottmeister U, Heinaru A, Nurk A.
Appl Environ Microbiol. 1997 Dec; 63(12): 4899-4906.
PMCID: 168818
Abstract PDF-1.8M
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69: Modeling multiphase migration of organic chemicals in groundwater systems--a review and assessment.
Abriola LM.
Environ Health Perspect. 1989 Nov; 83: 117-143.
PMCID: 1474577
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70: Possibilities of detecting health effects by studies of populations exposed to chemicals from waste disposal sites.
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PMCID: 1568707
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71: Proteomic Insights into Metabolic Adaptations in Alcanivorax borkumensis Induced by Alkane Utilization.
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PMCID: 1482905
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72: Coupling Aggressive Mass Removal with Microbial Reductive Dechlorination for Remediation of DNAPL Source Zones: A Review and Assessment.
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Environ Health Perspect. 2005 Apr; 113(4): 465-477. published online before print December 8, 2004
PMCID: 1278488
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PMCID: 168716
Abstract PDF-291K
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86: Energetics of Helicobacter pylori and Its Implications for the Mechanism of Urease-Dependent Acid Tolerance at pH 1.
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J Clin Invest. 1974 Feb; 53(2): 423-430.
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88: Effect of dissolved aromatic hydrocarbons on the growth of marine bacteria in batch culture.
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Appl Environ Microbiol. 1976 Jul; 32(1): 95-101.
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92: Waste disposal technologies for polychlorinated biphenyls.
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93: Environmental endocrine disruption: an effects assessment and analysis.
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94: Response of Microorganisms to an Accidental Gasoline Spillage in an Arctic Freshwater Ecosystem.
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125: Oral bioavailability of chromium from a specific site.
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127: Long-Term Effects of Crude Oil on Uptake and Respiration of Glucose and Glutamate in Arctic and Subarctic Marine Sediments.
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129: Rapid large-scale growth of Helicobacter pylori in flasks and fermentors.
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145: The value of Vietnam.
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147: Health Disparities and Toxicant Exposure of Akwesasne Mohawk Young Adults: A Partnership Approach to Research.
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149: Neoplasms and nonneoplastic liver lesions in winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus, from Boston Harbor, Massachusetts.
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153: Do Drug-Free Workplace Programs Prevent Occupational Injuries? Evidence from Washington State.
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156: Naturally Occurring Bacteria Similar to the Methyl tert-Butyl Ether (MTBE)-Degrading Strain PM1 Are Present in MTBE-Contaminated Groundwater.
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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

 

Squid Ink

If you prepare squids for your food, do not squeeze out and wash away their ink because it contains an anti-cancer substance.

This is the conclusion drawn by a group of Japanese scientists on the medicinal value of squid ink.

They discovered that squid ink contains mucopolysaccharide which is "involved in the healing of scars and formation of cartilage."

For more information, please read the excerpt below.

"A research group led by Hajime Matsue at the Aomori Prefecture Industrial Technology Center first announced in 1990 that squid ink contains substances with tumour inhibiting activity. The group has continued to pursue influential research since then. According to report by Matsue et al., while they were initially researching a mucopolysaccharide known as chondroitin sulphate (contained abundanly in cartilage and elsewhere), they noticed that mucopolysaccharides are also present in squid ink. Moreover, they showed that these were previously undiscovered types of mucopolysaccharide. Mucopolysaccharides, major components of cartilage, skin, and others, normally bond with protein to created a complex called proteoglycan, and are involved in the healing of scars and formation of cartilage.

"On measuring the tumour inhibition activity of this newly discovered mucopolysaccharide-peptide complex in squid ink, it was clearly found to have the effect of curing cancer. The experiment... was conducted as follows. One million cancer cells were injected into the abdominal cavity of a number of mice. Then the mucopolysaccharide-peptide complex from squid ink was injected tinto the abdominal cavity at the rate of 0.2mg per mouse two days later, four days later, and six days later. The progress of recovery from the cancer was then observed. zmice that had received no treatment at all died 2-3 weeks. But those treated with the mucopolysaccharide-peptide complex showed a 65% rate of recovery. Moreover, it was also proved that this mucopolysaccharide-peptide complex had hardly any direct toxicity towards the tunour cells, but that it activated the macrophage of the mice. Although it would be too hasty to draw the conclusion that eating squid ink cures cancer, it is beyond doubt that squid ink contains substances with outstanding bioactivity. Further research is therefore expected to develop in future."

Here is another study on squid ink that confirms this early study of Hajime Matsue.

"The anti-tumor activity of a new type of peptidoglycan isolated from squid ink was shown to have a cure rate of 64% for Meth A tumor from BALB/c mice. The ink delipidated in acetone, which contained the peptidoglycan at 0.1% (w/w), was administered to tumor-transplanted mice so as to examine the anti-tumor activity. One-fifth of the tumor-bearing mise was cured with 3 injections (1 mg/head) of the acetone delipidated squid ink or a prolongation of survival was observed in the treated animals, Heat treatment at 100 degrees C for 10 min did not affect the anti-tumor activity of the delipidated ink, its potentiality being preserved. The acetone-extractable fraction of the ink also brought about a similar cure rate for Meth A tumor. The delipidated ink enhanced the phagocytic activity of macrophages but no direct cytotoxicity was observed for the Meth A tumor cells. Hence it may be said that the anti-tumor activity of the delipidated ink was mainly due to the augmented cellular immunity in vivo." (Sasaki J. et al.)

If this is true, then many Filipinos would benefit from this discovery since the Philippines is producing a lot of squid. And squid is one commodity that has been a favorite among Filipinos.

Below is the Philippine squid production through the years, both from commercial and marine municipal waters.

The productions of squids from the municipal fishing areas from 1950 to 1976 are not available.

This writer failed to get the production of squid from 2002 and above.

Commercial Productions
(from 1950 to 1977 in kilograms; the rest in Metric tons)

1950---11,574
1951---19,092
1952---16,143
1953---22,758
1954---35,760
1955---139,896
1956---138,195
1957---153,654
1958---203,313
1959---355,910
1960---281,420
1961---253,740
1962---1,363,220
1963---2,913,330
1964---3,629,400
1965---4,964,320
1966---5,604,080
1967---4,782,360
1968---9,221,840
1969---6,365,560
1970---5,862,400
1971---5,713,480
1972---7,451,400
1973---7,174,460
1974---9,264,660
1975---13,606,800
1976---10,560,150
1977---12,228,000
1978---16,051
1979---11,830
1980---13,776
1981---10.167
1982---9,789
1983---11,023
1984---10,309
1985---8,496
1986---10,254
1987---11,442
1988---28,962 (Total production)
1989---26, 639 (Total production)
1990---8,831
1991---26,672 (Total production)
1992---39,402 (Total production)
1993---10,169
1994---12,957
1995---13,106
1996---12,840
1997---12,948
1998---13,277
1999---14,584
2000---14,522
2001---14,177

Marine Municipal Production in MT

1977---12,784
1978---10,016
1979--13,665
1980---13,235
1981---17,813
1982---11,200
1983---19,718
1984---10,005
1985---16,127
1986---16,378
1987---14,989
1988--- Pls. see the Commercial production
1989--- do
1990--- 17,743
1991--- Pls. see the Commercial production
1992--- Pls. see the Commercial production
1993---45,620
1994--- 35,991
1995--- 43,309
1996--- 39,618
1997---41,207
1998---35,401
1999---32,531
2000---32,256
2001---33,677

Source:

Masayo Okuzumi and Tateo Fujii, eds. Nutritional and functional Properties of Squid and Cuttlefish. Japan, National Cooperative Association of Squid Processors. 2000, p. 140-141.

Sasaki J. Ishita K. Takaya Y. Uchisawa H. Matsue H.TitleANTI-TUMOR ACTIVITY OF SQUID INKSourceJournal of Nutritional Science & Vitaminology. 43(4):455-461, 1997 Aug.Abstract

Philippine Fisheries Statistics
Philippine Fisheries Profile
Philipine Natural Resources Statistics, vol. IV: Fisheries. Manila: Natural Resources Management Center. Ministry of Natural Resources. 99p.

Monday, September 18, 2006

 

UPV Journal of Natural Sciences Vol. 1, no. 2, December 1996

This is the second issue of this journal.

Serrano, Augusto E., Jr., S. Shimeno, and F. Nagayama. 1996. Activation and solubilization of glucose-6-phosphatase in isolated liver microsomes of yellowtail Seriola quinqueradiata. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(2): 96-108, December.

Seraspe, Ebonia E., K. S. R. Cuthbertson and P. H. Cobbaold. 1996. Evidence for the presence of muscarinic receptors in immature mouse oocytes: [Ca2+]I transients and oscillations. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(2): 109-118, December.

Toledo, Joebert D., S. N. Golez, M. Doi, R. S. Bravo, and S. Hara. 1996. Preliminary studies on the larval rearing of red-spotted grouper, Epinephelus coioides using copepod nauplii as early food. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(2): 119-129, December.

Torrento, Marlon C. and J. L. Torres. In vitro inhibition of Vibrio harveyi by Pseudomonas species isolated from aquatic environment.UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(2): 130-138, December.

Baleña, Rex. 1996. An optimal diagnostic circulation model. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(2): 139-143, December.

Juario, Jesus V. and J. R. Silapan. 1996. Acute toxities of mercury, cadmium, zinc and copper to Penaeus monodon postlarva. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(2): 144-149, December.

Aguilar, Glenn D. 1996. Current approaches for sharing design information. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(2): 150-159, December.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

 

Guimaras Strait: Focusing on Fish Production

By Melchor F. Cichon
September 13, 2006

The oil spill in Guimaras Province has been the talk of the town since the oil spill tragedy on August 11, 2006.

And people all over the world have been following this.

So what is the big deal about this incidence particularly to Filipinos?

As of September 9, 2006, according to the Ligtas Guimaras group, of the four municipalities of Guimaras, only the municipality of Buenavista has not been affected by the oil spill. Of the 40 barangays of Guimaras, 26 have been affected that also include 4,533 families and 22,665 persons.

Let us also focus on the fish production of Guimaras Strait.

Guimaras Strait is located between the provinces of Guimaras and Negros Occidental, and one of the most productive fishing grounds in the Philippines.

How this oil spill will affect the fish production of this fishing ground, we cannot at the moment say anything, except to pray that the damage will not be tremendous. For sure, some of the foods of fishes found in this fishing grounds like planktons will be killed by the toxin found in oil slick. With less food would mean less fishes that will strive in the area.

If we look at the productions of Guimaras Strait since 1953 (that is the oldest record this writer could get) up to 2000, we can say that Guimaras strait has been producing tons of fishes. The online news report in the BAR Chronicle vol. 5, no. 4, April 1-30, 2004) states that the average total annual fish production of Guimaras is 50, 000 metric tons.

Here is the part of that news item:

"The study (three-year project entitled, Ocean Color for Sustainable Fisheries (OCSF) funded by the Bureau of Agricultural Research of the Department of Agriculture (DA-BAR ) ) also identified the most productive fishing grounds that have an average of annual fisheries production of 50,000 metric tons and above. These are the: Moro Gulf, East Sulu Sea, Visayan Sea, South Sulu Sea, Visayan Sea, Bohol Sea, and Guimaras Strait. These areas contribute to one-half of the total annual fish production in the country. " (The title of the study supplied)
For a clearer view of the annual fish production of Guimaras Strait from 1953 to 2000, I patiently copied the commercial annual fish production of Guimaras Strait from the Philippine Fisheries Statistics and the Philippine Fisheries Profile since 1953 to 2000. This is what I got:

Year……Production (in kg)

1953…4,336,488
1954…4,781,920
1955…6,800,961
1956…6,800,961
1957…Not available
1958…7,010,646
1959…5,778,960
1960…5,785,110
1961…5,691,780
1962…4,896,300
1963…5,686,020
1964…10,853,000
1965…12,075,400
1966…9,853,720
1967…13,055,560
1968…10,856,320
1969…1,012,040
1970…2,248,960
1971…3,236,120
1972…4,513,480
1973…3,843,570
1974…2,743,130
1975…6,729,740
1976…5,607,290
1977…8,201,000
1978…10,215,000
1979…9,943,000
1980…6,137,000
1981…5,618,000
1982…12,514,000
1983…5,441,000
1984…5,586,000
1985…Not available
1986…6,969,000
1987…6,588,000
1988…uses the 1987 data
1989…12,547,000 (estimate)
1990…13,796,000
1991…3,782,000
1992…15,144,000
1993…29,687,00
1994…30,209,000
1995…24,163,000
1996-2000…use the 1995 data

What are the fishes found in Guimaras Strait?

Based on the Fisheries Statistics issued by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, these are some of the commercial fishes and other aquatic resources in this fishing ground:

Barracuda,Cavalla,Clams,Cockles,Crevalle,Dolphin fish,Flounders, Flying fish,Fusilies,Glassfish, Goatfish,Goby,
Grouper,Jacks,Jelly fish, Lizard fish, Marine turtle,Milkffish,Mojarra, Moonfish, Moray, Mullets, Mussels, Scallops, Oysters, Perchlet, Scads, Sea bass, Sea catfish, Sea cucumber, Sea perches, Sea urchins, Seaweeds, Shads,Sickle fish, Siganids, Sillago, Slipmouth, Snappers, Spade fish, Sponges, Surgeon fish, Threadfin, Wrasses, and other aquatic plants.

Source:
Philippine Fisheries Statistics, and Philippine Fisheries Profile, from 1953 to 2000.
http://www.bar.gov.ph/barchronicle/2004/apr04_1-30_gisthefuture.asp

Sunday, September 10, 2006

 

UPV Journal of Natural Science September 2003

Note: This is the first issue of the UPV Journal of Natural Sciences, a publication of the University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Miag-ao, Iloilo, Philippines.

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UPV J. Nat. Sci 1, no. 1, June 1996

Formacion, Minda J. , T. L. Lam. 1996. Protein patterns in eggs, serum and ovarian fluid during egg overripening in goldfish, Casassius auratus. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1):1-8, June.

Seraspe, Ebonia B. and Y. Lawrence, K. S. Roy Cuthbertson and P. H. Cobbold. 1996. Involvement of intracellular calcium mobilization in the maturation of mouse oocytes. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1): 9-20, June

Santos-Yap, En. Emilia M. and A. M. Pascual. 1996. Development of fish p[rotein hydrolsate.UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1): 21-29, June

Leaño, Eduardo M., G. D. Lio-Po, and L. A. Dureza. 1996. Virulence and production of extracellular proteins (ECP) of Aeromonas hydrophilia associated with the epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS) of freshwater fish. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1):30-38, June

Nievales, Marie Frances J. and P. M. Aliño. 1996. Some aspects of the population biology of the reef coral, Pocillopora damicorrrrnis (Linnaeus), in Taklong Island, Guimaras. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1):39-58, June

Serrano, Augusto E., Jr. and M. J. Apines. 1996. Effects of dietary protein and energy on growth protein utilization and body composition of juvenile grouper, Epinephelus coioides. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1):59-71, June

Pilz, Jorg and J. Juario. 1996. Establishing a digital coastal environmental information system (CEIS) for Cebu Province, Phase I. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1):72-89, June

Labis, Joselito P. and H. J. Ramos. 1996. Determination of energy width for negative ions in magnetized sheet plasma. UPV J. Nat. Sci 1(1):90-95, June

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

 

Some Mysteries in Number 11

Four days from now, the world will remember that fateful day: September 11.
But are you aware that since time immemorial, this number eleven has so many mysteries.
Check this link and you get a surpise in your life.

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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

 

Palanca Awards 2006

We cannot deny the fact that there are fisheries librarians who are literary literate.
To give them some news about literature, here is one for them: the Palanca Awardees 2006.

ENGLISH DIVISION

Futuristic Fiction First Prize: No winner
Second Prize: Corinna Esperanza A. Nuqui, “Suman”
Third Prize: Arturo Ilano, “A Monumental Race”

Short Story
First Prize: Socorro Villanueva, “Mahogany Water”
Second Prize: Myrza Sison, “Sink or Swim”
Thiird Prize: Maria Celeste Flores-Coscolluela, “Trips”

Short Story for Children
First Prize: Maria Celeste Flores-Coscolluela, “Cut”
Second Prize: Grace D. Chong, “Big Brother”
Third Prize: Dean Francis Alfar, “How Rosang Taba Won a Race”

Essay First Prize: Jose Edmundo O. Reyes, “Fungibility, Dead Souls and OCWs”
Second Prize: Edgar B. Maranan, “Hometown Stories and Footnotes to Childhood’s End
Third Prize: Martin V. Villanueva, “He’d Rather be Relevant”

Poetry
First Prize: Lawrence L. Ypil, “The Highest Hiding Place”
Second Prize: Sid Gomez Hildawa, “Building a House and Other Poems”
Third Prize: Raymundo T. Pandan Jr., “Illuminations and Sonorities”

One-Act Play
First Prize: Steven Prince C. Fernandez, “Ming Ming”
Second Prize: Joachim Emilio B. Antonio, “Gabrielle”
Third Prize: Nikki Alfar, “Life After Beth”

Full-Length Play

First Prize: Glenn Sevilla Mas, “The Death of Memory”
Second Prize: Amelia L. Bonifacio, “Chinchina and the Five Mountains”
Third Prize: Maria Clarissa Estuar, “Ask Me Again When I’m Thirty”

FILIPINO DIVISION

Futuristic Fiction
Unang Gantimpala: Michael Francis C. Andrada, “Tala-Huli/Huling Tala: Si Manong, Sa Dyip, Ang Drayber at Ako, Ako Lang Naman, Ang Kanyang Pasahero”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Enrique S. Villasis, “De-Lata”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Vladimeir B. Gonzales, “Lunes, Alas Diyes ng Umaga”

Maikling Kuwento
Unang Gantimpala: Eros S. Atalia, “Si Intoy Syokoy ng Kalye Marino”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Kristian Sendon-Cordero, “Langaw”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Edgar B. Maranan, “Buwan at Lupa”

Maikling Kuwentong Pambata
Unang Gantimpala: Bernadette V. Neri, “Ang Ikaklit sa Aming Hardin” Ikalawang Gantimpala: Maynard G. Manasala, “Taguan-Pung” Ikatlong Gantimpala: Allan Alberto N. Derain, “Ang Regalo ng Taong Ibon”

Sanaysay
Unang Gantimpala: Rosario Torres-Yu, “Batang Tundo”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Elyrah L. Salanga, “Talambalay”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Ramon M. Bernardo, “Alingawngaw ng mga Kuliglig, Kalansing ng mga Tansan”

Tula
Unang Gantimpala: Rebecca T. Añonuevo, “Sa Tanda ng Pagsisimula ng Buhay”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Maria Josephine C. Barrios, “Salit-salitang mga Tula ng Pagsulyap, Pakikibaka at Paglingap”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Emmanuel V. Dumlao, “Salamangka ng Santelmo”

Dulang May Isang Yugto
Unang Gantimpala: Job A. Pagsibigan, “The Palanca in My Mind”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Joel V. Almazan, “Aba Ginoong Mag-asawa”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Christian U. Tordecillas, “Dyip”

Dulang Ganap ang Haba
Unang Gantimpala: Maria Josephine C. Barrios, “Gabriela”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Timothy Dacanay, “Teatro Porvenir”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Liza Magtoto, “’Nay Isa”

Dulang Pantelebisyon
Unang Gantimpala: Rodolfo R. Lana Jr., “Milagroso”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Jose Dennis C. Teodosio, “Pulo”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Bonifacio P. Ilagan, “Negatibo”

Dulang Pampelikula
Unang Gantimpala: Cenon O. Palomares, “Kusina”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Jim Diamond M. Libiran, “Tribu”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: Carlos A. Arejola, “Ang Mundo ay Iisa at Marami”

REGIONAL LANGUAGE DIVISION
Short Story (Cebuano)
First Prize: Lamberto Ceballos, “Ang Ungo sa San Pilar”
Second Prize: Richel G. Dorotan, “Dayaspora”
Third Prize: Eleazar T. Acampado, “Mata sa Bagyo”

Short Story (Hiligaynon)
First Prize: Leoncio P. Deriada, “Duta para sa mga Iskolar sang Banwa”
Second Prize: Peter Solis Nery, “Ang Kapid”
Third Prize: Bryan Mari Argos, “Sagal-i”

Short Story (Iluko)
First Prize: Bernardo D. Tabbada, “Nabungon Iti Lawag”
Second Prize: Danilo B. Antalan, “Tugot”
Third Prize: Arnold P. Jose, “Ni Ina Baket Gimma, Ti Aso, ken Ti Atang”

KABATAAN DIVISION

Kabataan Essay First Prize: Katrina G. Gomez, “Restructuring Idealism”
Second Prize: Ryan Edward L. Chua, “Home”
Third Prize: Hannah L. Co, “Coming Home”

Kabataan Sanaysay
Uang Gantimpala: Wilminia J. Balon, “Package”
Ikalawang Gantimpala: Allan Jay. T. Allonar Jr., “Ang Pangako kay Asterz”
Ikatlong Gantimpala: No winner

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