Scientist Profile

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Mario A. Eusebio

Expertise: Forest Products Pathology

Association

    • Forest Products Research Society (Madison, Wisconsin), Member
    • Philippine Association for the Advancement of Science, Member
    • American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member
    • Sigma Xi Society (Syracuse Chapter), Member
    • Philippine Forest Research Society, Chairman, Nomination and Membership Committee
    • Society for the Advancement of Science, Member
    • Gamma Sigma Delta, Member

Employment

    • Bureau of Forestry, Ranger, 1950 - 1952
    • Bureau of Forestry, Assistant Forester, 1952 - 1956
    • University of the Philippines, Instructor, Forest Products and Dendrology, 1952 - 1956
    • Forest Product Research and Industries Development Commission, Chief, Minor Forest Products Section, 1956 - 1960
    • Forest Products Research and Industries Development Commission, Chief, Forest Products Pathology Section, 1960 - 1968
    • Forest Products Research and Industries Development Commission, Subject Matter Specialist, 1969

Award

    • Undergraduate Scholarship, Bureau of Forestry, 1950-1952
    • Training Grant, ICA-NEC, 1957-1958
    • FAO-UN Scholarship (Expanded Assistance Program), FAO-UN, 1960=1962
    • Scholarship Award, Rockefeller Foundation, 1065-1968

Education

    • University of the Philippines, Los Banos, Laguna, B. S. Forestry (General Forestry), 1952
    • State University, New York, USA, M. S. Forest Product Pathology, 1962
    • State University, New York, USA, Ph. D. Forest Products Pathology, 1968

Publication

    • Francisco N. Tamolang, Edgardo O. Mabesa, Maximo J. Sagrado, Benigno A. Lomibao, (Aug. 1957) Fiber dimenstions of certain Philippine broad-leaved woods and bamboos
    • TAPPI Volume v. 40, No. no. 8
    • Francisco N. Tamolang, (June-July 1959) Search for fiber-bearing plants suitable for the production of brush fibers
    • Lumberman Volume v. 4, No. no. 6
    • (Dec. 1962-Jan. 1963) Fungus deterioration of wood: its prevention and the need for some related fundamental research
    • Lumberman Volume v. 9, No. no. 1
    • (1962) Suggested pointers in controlling fungal discloration in rattan
    • Forest Products Research Institute Technical Note No. 36
    • (1963) Pointers in the control of fungal stain in "bakya"
    • Forest Products Research Institute Technical Note No. 40
    • (March 1964) Fungal decay in wood
    • Forest Products Research Institute Technical Note No. 53
    • (Oct.-Nov. 1964) Fungal decay in wood
    • Lumberman Volume v. 10, No. no. 6
    • (1964) Growth of five staining fungi and stain development in pine sapwood
    • Philippine Journal of Forestry Volume v. 20, No. nos. 1-4
    • William L. Stern, (June 1964) Preservation of herbarium specimens in the humid tropics
    • Philippine Agriculturist Volume v. 48, No. no. 1
    • Crisostomo V. Arenas, (1965) Protection of green gubas (Endospermum peltatum Merr.) logs in the forest
    • Philippine Journal of Forestry Volume v. 21, No. nos. 1-4
    • C. C. Banatin, (1965) Schizophyllum commune Fr. : its physiology and effect on toughness of Balobo (Diplodiscus paniculatus Turez.) Abstract
    • Journal of Philippine Phytopathology Volume v. 1, No. no. 2
    • (Nov. - Dec. 1968) Microbial deterioration of wood
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 3, No. no. 6
    • (Dec. 1969) Decay caused by soft-rot fungi in power-line and telecommunication poles in service
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 4, No. no. 6
    • (1969) Effects of extractives of apitong (Dipterocarpus grandiflorus Blanco) and yakal (Shorea astylosa Foxw.) on certain wood-rotting fungi
    • Philippine Forests Volume v. 3, No. nos. 2-3
    • (June 1969) Philippine fungi associated wiht decays of wood products
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume v. 98, No. no. 2
    • (July - Aug. 1969) Prevention and control of decay in wooden houses
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 4, No. no. 4
    • (May-June 1969) Preservation of green logs against stain and decay
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 4, No. no. 3
    • (1969) Relative tolerance of wood decay fungi to three common preservatives
    • Tropical Forestry and Industries Volume v. 1, No. no. 2
    • (Jan. - Feb. 1969) Succession of organisms in decay of wood
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 4, No. no. 1
    • (March-April 1969) Wood-inhabiting fungi common in timber storage
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 4, No. no. 2
    • (April 1970) Anti-fungal activity of wood extractives
    • Forest Products Research Institute Technical Note No. 92
    • (March 1970) Anti-fungal activity of wood extractives
    • Lumberman
    • (Sept.-Oct. 1970) Decay capacity of fungi associated with the deterioration of wood products in the Philippines
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 5, No. no. 5
    • (Jan. - Feb. 1970) Lignin degradation in wood by white-rot and brown s ot-fungi
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 5, No. no. 1
    • (1970) Lignin degradation in wood by white-rot and brown rot-fungi
    • Tropical Foestry and Industry Volume v. 1, No. no. 6
    • (March-April 1970) Preservative tolerance of wood-rotting fungi
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 5, No. no. 2
    • (May-June 1970) The use of chemicals in the control of fungal stain wood products
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 5, No. no. 3
    • (May-June 1971) Effect of prolonged heating on the decay of resistance of tangile (Shorea polysperma {Blanco} Merr.)
    • Wood Preservation Report Volume v. 6, No. no. 3

Trainings

    • Utilization fo Wood Waste and Low Grade Wood, 1957 - 1958, US Forest Products Lab and University of Wisconsin
    • Seminar on Management and Supervision, Nov. 1962 - Dec. 1962, Forest Products Research and Industries Development Commission
    • Seminar on Cost Control, Nov. 1968 - Dec. 1968, Forest Products Research and Industries Development Commission