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Angel Alcala
Filipino Biologist, Angel Alcal has more than thirty years of experience in tropical marine resource conservationa. Angel Alcala is considered a world class authority in ecology and biogeography of amphibians and reptiles, and is behind the invention of artifical coral reefs to be used for fisheries in Southeast Asia. Angel Alcala is the Director of the Angelo King Center for Research and Environmental Management. Angel Alcala - Degrees: Undergraduate degree Silliman University; and Ph.D. Stanford University. Angel Alcala - Awards: 1994 - The Field Museum Founders' Council Award of Merit for contributions to environmental biology; Magsaysay Award for Public Service; and Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation.

Carmen Velasquez
Noted Filipino biologist, Carmen Velasquez is a specialist in fish parasitology - the study of parasites and hosts among fish. Carmen Velasquez discovered thirty-two species and one new genus of digenetic trematodes (parasites) in local fish from the Philippines. Carmen Velasquez - List of Distinctions: American Men and Women of Science; International Scholars' Directory; International Who's Who of Intellectuals; and World Whos' Who of Women. Carmen Velasquez - University Degrees: BS (Zoology), University of the Philippines, 1934; MS (Zoology), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1937; and Ph. D. (Parasitology) University of the Philippines, 1954.

Prescillano Zamora
Prescillano Zamora is best known for his research in plant anatomy-morphology and pteridophyte biology, including the taxonomy of Philippine ferns and the discovery of more fern species. He has been a supporter of the conservation of the environment in the Phillipines and a supporter of natural resources policy research. Prescillano Zamora - Education: B.S. Agriculture from University of the Philippines, 1960; M.S. Agronomy from University of the Philippines, 1964; and Ph.D. Holiculture from Rutgers, 1966. Prescillano Zamora - Awards: Rockefeller Foundation fellow at Cornell University (1961-65); NSF Research grantee (1962-65); and UP Professorial Chair holder (1977-80). Two-Phase Wall Deposition Concept: Prescillano Zamora's research on the xylem elements of vascular plants led to the formulation of the two-phase wall deposition concept.

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