Pamela P. Abit, Ph.D.

Program Specialist South Central Sun Grant Program Biobased Products and Energy Center

Pamela Abit
Office: 220 Agricultural Hall
Phone: 405.744.2398
FAX: 405.744.6059
Email: pamela.abit@okstate.edu 
Links: Abit’s-Biographical-Sketch
Sun Grant Initiative – South Central Region

EDUCATION

B.S. Agriculture (Weed Science), Visayas State College of Agriculture (now Visayas State University (Leyte, Philippines), 1996
M.S. Botany, University of the Philippines (Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines), 2000
Ph.D. Botany, North Carolina State University, 2008

KEY PUBLICATIONS

Bitacura, J. G., A. C. Balala, and P. P. Abit. 2012.Fungi from the Coastal Sediments of Ormoc City Port  Area as Potential Agents in Biodegrading Used Engine Oil. Annals of Tropical Research 34(2):112-125.

Hoffmann, WA; R. Marchin; P. Abit, and O. Lau . 2011. Hydraulic failure and tree dieback are associated with high wood density in a temperate forest under extreme drought. Global Change Biology 17: 2731–2742.

Estomata, N. and P.P. Abit. 2011. Growth and Survival of Mangrove seedlings under Different Levels of Salinity and Drought Stress. Annals of Tropical Research 33 (2):107-129.

Po-Abit, PM. 2008. Floristic Inventory of Monocots in Mount. Pangasugan, Leyte, Philippines. Annals of Tropical Research 30 (2): 56-71.

Aguilar, NO and PM Po. 2003. PROSEA Vol. 17. ‘Fibre Plants’ of the Handbook Plant Resources of  Southeast Asia on Wikstroemia.

Po, PM and NO Aguilar. 2001. Altitudinal distribution and quantitative vegetation analysis of the monocotyledonous flora in Mt. Pangasugan, Leyte, Philippines. Annals of Tropical Research. 23    (2): 79-95.

Po, PM and NO Aguilar. 2001. Species diversity of monocotyledonous vegetation in Mt. Pangasugan, Leyte, Philippines. Annals of Tropical Research. 23 (2): 96-108.