Abstract:Storage is one of the factors that influence the quality of malt barley quality and storage conditions determine the rate at which post harvest maturation occurs. Storage of barley under appropriate environment condition removes and improves germination Teqhnequies. The malt barley variety Ibon174/03 was used for the study and five storage materials were used in the year 2018/2019. Among the storage materials there were no significant difference for moisture content, hectoliter weight ,protein and extract content at (p<0.05 and Fertilizer bag and Jute bag is more preferred to store long time as well as to maintain the quality of malt barley . While there were significant difference for storage time interval in extract content and hectoliter weight at (p<0.05). The germination energy was increased from the first storage time to one year (365 days) up to 98%germination energy. These changes increase the ability of grain to produce hydrolytic enzymes during malting and improve malt quality. Keywords:storage materials, Germination Energy and malt quality.
Title:Effect of storage material and time to the malt quality of malt barley Author:Biadge Kefale ISSN 2394-9716 International Journal of Novel Research in Interdisciplinary Studies Novelty Journals
Abstract:This study employed a descriptive-correlational research design with a sampled respondent of 99 out of 105 college instructors that cover the four (4) SUC-TEIs in Region IX such as Basilan State College, Western Mindanao State University, Zamboanga City State Polytechnic College, and Zamboanga City State College of Marine Science and Technology, were selected. The result shows that the academic managers have ‘almost always’ displayed/demonstrated the leadership competencies related to behaviors, functions, tasks, or skills which will be considered as very competent in leading their organizational units/departments. The school climate dimensions ‘almost always’ evident, present, felt or observed by the teachers in their organizational units/departments which will be considered as good or more conducive for learning and teaching. Moreover, leadership competencies of academic managers are significantly related to the school climates. Keywords:Academic Manager, Leadership Competencies, Philippines, Region IX, School Climates, SUC-TEIs.
Title:Leadership Competencies of Academic Managers, and School Climates in Selected SUC-TEIs in Region IX, Philippines Author:Veronica C. Muarip ISSN 2394-9716 International Journal of Novel Research in Interdisciplinary Studies Novelty Journals
Abstract:Biodiversity values at ecosystem depend on how people use, manage and interact with the forest trees and trees outside the forest. Between 1990 and 2010 Kenya‟s forest cover significantly reduced by 6.5%. The aim of this study was to discern viable conservation measures in CF. Primary data constituted responses from randomly sampled local community, the herbalist, cultivators and foresters interviewed. Their response rate was 96%, 100%, 100% and 60% respectively that were analyzed in SPSS. Obtaining firewood, grazing fodder, honey, herbs among others occurred very frequently in 88%, 83% 93% and 90% respectively. Cutting, trampling and browsing as disturbance on trees accounted for 73%, 15% and 12% respectively. 98%, 81%, 75% and 40% of the respondents considered charcoal making, grazing, and browsing and firewood collection to be very destructive human activities occurring in CF respectively. The forest has decreased in a margin of 9% between 1985 and 2010 in its area with 7% attributed to clear-cutting established using change detection technique. CF has a tree diversity of 0.6, 0.4 and 0.3 in the edge, core and middle zones respectively measured on Simpson Species Diversity Index. It is dominated by Acokantheraschimperi, Teclea simplifolia and Euclea divinorum with common height of 3 mand range of 1 m to 7 m. This data was collected using stratified random sampling with established square quadrats along line transects. The forest is managed by protecting and replanting trees which 91% and 76% of residents and forest officers considers inadequate. Chi-square was conducted to test the significance of association. The forest has been over exploited by unregulated use. It has low tree diversity and diminishing potential for natural regeneration without which no conservation can be said sustainable. It is recommended that clear guidelines on the legal activities be developed by the forest department with public participation to regulate use of its resources. The forest department to develop inventory on what they are conserving to allow periodic audit that will guide conservation strategies. Determine and guide annual allowable cut. The forest department to embrace participatory management by encouraging and supporting the formation of community forest association. Keywords:Conservation, Ecosystem, Acetones.
Title:THE VIABLE CONSERVATION MEASURES IN CHEPALUNGU FOREST; BOMET COUNTY, KENYA Author:RONOH LEONARD KIPROTICH ISSN 2394-9716 International Journal of Novel Research in Interdisciplinary Studies Novelty Journals