Research Information Series on Ecosystems (RISE)
 
RISE is a compilation of relevant information on the propagation and planting techniques of important reforestation species (trees, plants, palms, vines and other species). 
 
  1. Volume 27 No. 3 - Some Important Philippine Plants with Therapeutic Value
  2. Volume 27 No. 2 - Insecticidal/Pesticidal Plants
  3. Volume 27 No. 1 - Cacao (Theobroma cacao Linnaeus)
  4. Volume 26 No. 3 - Guyabano (Annona muricata Linnaeus)
  5. Volume 26 No. 1&2 - Compilation of Selected Forest Species from Vol. 2 Nos. 1-12, 1990
  6. Volume 25 No. 2&3 - Compilation of Selected Forest Species from Vol. 1 Nos. 1-10, 1989
  7. Volume 25 No. 1 - Dragon Fuit and Palawan Cherry 
  8. Volume 24 No. 2 - Forest Trees and Vines with Medicinal Properties
  9. Volume 24 No. 1 - Common Weed Species with Medicinal Uses
  10. Volume 23 No. 2 - 12 Common Philippine Ferns
  11. Volume 23 No. 1 - Lesser-used Indigenous Species of Important Uses and Mindoro Pine
  12. Volume 22 No. 3 - Spanish cedar: the aromatic wood for cigar box lining and Champaca: source of essential oil for perfume
  13. Volume 22 No. 2 - Bagalunga a multipurpose tree species and Kalukoi and Malambingan for Boat Making
  14. Volume 22 No. 1 - Some Familiar Philippine Palms that Produce High Food Value and Tikog
  15. Volume 21 No. 3 - Useful Plant Species with Toxic Substances (A Compilation)
  16. Volume 21 No. 2 - Application of Backyard Vermicomposting Technology
  17. Volume 21 No. 1 - Eucalyptus urophylla and Acacia mangium
  18. Volume 20 No. 3 - Moluccan sau and Molave
  19. Volume 20 No. 2 - Bonliw and Laneteng Gubat
  20. Volume 19 Nos. 1-3 - Environmental requirement and management of some important forage species in the Philippines
  21. Volume 18 No. 3 - Suitable Species for Urban Forestry 3b
  22. Volume 18 No. 2 - Suitable Species for Urban Forestry 3a
  23. Volume 18 No. 1 - Tubang-bakod Jatropha curcas L.
  24. Volume 17 Nos. 1-3 - Grassland Species with Medicinal Potentials
  25. Volume 16 No. 2 - Lantana and Hagonoy: Poisonous weeds prominent in rangeland and grassland areas
  26. Volume 16 No. 3 - Species for bonsai material
  27. Volume 16 No. 1 - Toog (high quality wood) Bitaog (rehabilitation species with seeds that contain medicinal oil)
  28. Volume 15 No. 3 - Lesser known edible tree species
  29. Volume 15 No. 2 - Sugar palm [Arenga pinnata (Wurbm.) Merr.]
  30. Volume 15 No. 1 - Financial viability of medicinal plant farming
  31. Volume 14 No. 3 - Yemane Gmelina arborea (Roxb) Issues and Facts on Yemane
  32. Volume 14 No. 2 - Propagation management of herbal and medicinal plants
  33. Volume 14 No. 1 - Paraiso (Melia azedarach Linn.)/Sibukao (Caesalpinia sappan L.)
  34. Volume 13 No. 3 - Marango Azadirachta excelsa (Jack) Jacobs
  35. Volume 13 No. 2 - BAGO Gnetum gnemon Linn.
  36. Volume 13 No. 1 - Telemetry in watershed management and monitoring
  37. Volume 12 No. 3 - Management and utilization of urban solid waste
  38. Volume 12 No. 2 - Useful plant species with toxic substance
  39. Volume 12 No. 1 - Plant species with essential oil for perfume production
  40. Volume 11 No. 1 - Natural Dyes
  41. Volume 10 No. 3 - Some important Philippine plants with therapeutic value (Diabetes)
  42. Volume 7 No. 1 - Reforestation species: Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King spp.); Narra (Pterocarpus indicus spp.)
  43. Volume 4 No. 4 - Reforestation species: Kauayan kiling; Bolo.
  44. Volume 3 No. 4 - Reforestation species: Datiles; Calliandra; Malapapaya.