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  1. E_Thesis

    By: Muntana Abdullohfakeeyah
  2. E_Thesis

    By: Sitthichon Rattanachan
  3. E_Thesis

    By: Supatra Chunchob
  4. E_Thesis

    By: Sontaya Manawattana
  5. DIET ANALYSES OF THE RED-HEADED TROGON AND THE ORANGE-BREASTED TROGON IN RELATION TO SEASONAL ARTHROPOD ABUNDANCE AND AVIAN DHENOLOGY

    By: James Scott Steward
  6. INFLUENCE OF SOIL AMENDMENTS ON GROWTH AND CADMIUM ACCUMULATION IN OCIMUM GRATISSIMUM (AFRICAN BASIL) AND O. TENUIFLORUM (HOLY BASIL)

    By: RUJIRA SUEBSIMMA
  7. EFFECTS OF COW MANURE AND SILICATE FERTILIZER ON UPTAKE AND ACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM IN OCIMUM BASILICUM

    By: NARUPOT PUTWATANA
  8. ECOTOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SEDIMENTS FROM MAE KLONG RIVER TRIBUTARIES ON GOLDEN APPLE SNAIL (POMACEA CANALICULATA, LAMARCK 1822)

    By: CHEERAWAN SUMRITDEE
  9. PHYTOEXTRACTION OF LEAD BY CHROMOLAENA ODORATA : HYDROPONIC AND POT EXPERIMENTS

    By: PHANWIMOL TANHAN
  10. TREATMENT OF LEAD-CONTAMINATED SOIL BY WETLAND PLANTS: THE HYDROPONIC AND BATCH STUDIES

    By: KUNAPORN HOMYOG
  11. PHYTOREMEDIATION OF CADMIUM AND ZINC CONTAMINATED SOIL BY CHROMOLAENA ODORATA

    By: SUTTIWAT BOONLERT
  12. BIODESULFURIZATION OF ORGANIC SULFUR IN PETROLEUM BY NEWLY FOUND MICROORGANISMS IN THAILAND

    By: NANTAKA KHEAWPRAJU
  13. LEAD ACCUMULATION AND PHYTOCHELATIN SYNTHASE EXPRESSION IN SONCHUS ARVENSIS

    By: WUNRADA SURAT
  14. SPECIFIC DESULFURIZATION BY RECOMBINANT RHODOCOCCUS GORDONIAE

    By: Theeta Sricoth
  15. SPECIES DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF MANGROVE GASTROPODS IN TBT CONTAMINATED AREAS AT CHONBURI PROVINCE BY GIS

    By: WIWAN HANAMORN
  16. MORPHOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY OF THE FAMILY LITTORINIDAE AND POTAMIDIDAE AT TBT CONTAMINATED AREAS, CHONBURI PROVINCE

    By: TIANTIP BOONCHUAY
  17. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG HABITAT QUALITY, HOME RANGE SIZE AND GROUP SIZE IN THE PUFF-THROATED BULBUL (Alophoixus pallidus) AT MO-SINGTO, KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK

    By: SUPATCHAREE TANASARNPAIBOON
  18. REINTRODUCTION OF PILEATED GIBBONS (Hylobates pileatus): A STUDY IN SOUTHEAST THAILAND

    By: NANTAWAN YATBANTOONG
  19. PHYTOREMEDIATION POTENTIAL OF LEAD BY BUDDLEJA SP. AND EFFECTS OF ITS RHIZOBACTERIA ON METAL UPTAKE

    By: PIYAPORN WARANUSANTIGUL
  20. BIODEGRADATION OF HEPTACHLOR AND ITS METABOLITE BY SOIL MICROCOSMS

    By: TOEMTHIP POOLPAK
  21. EVALUATION OF DENSONUCLEOSIS VIRUSES AS POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS OF DENGUE VECTORS

    By: SUPANEE HIRUNKANOKPUN
  22. ISOLATION AND OPTIMIZATION OFLICHENIZED FUNGI FOR BIOACTIVECOMPOUNDS SCREENING

    By: VEERA SRI-INDRASUTDHI
  23. CLONING, CHARACTERIZATION AND EXPRESSION OF VASA-LIKE GENE IN THE GERM CELLS OF GIANT FRESHWATER PRAWN, MACROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGII

    By: LA-IAD NAKKRASAE
  24. SULFUR-SELECTIVE BIODESULFURIZATION OF ORGANOSULFUR COMPOUNDS IN MODEL OILS AND DISTILLATE FRACTIONS

    By: Jantana Tangaromsuk
  25. THE STUDY OF GOLDEN APPLE SNAIL POPULATION IN PADDY FIELD AND THE SIGNIFICANT ROLE OF ASIAN OPEN-BILLED STORKS IN CONTROLLING ITS POPULATION IN CENTRA THAILAND

    By: WEERACHON SAWANGPROH
  26. ANALYSIS OF GENES FROM FASCIOLA GIGANTICA ENCODING PUTATIVE CA 2+ - BINDING PROTEINS

    By: Pornpimol Truppipattana
  27. HISTOPATHOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS ON STRIPED SNAKEHEAD FISH, CHANNA STRIATA (BLOCH, 1797) COLLECTED FROM ARSENIC CONTAMINATED PONDS

    By: Siriporn Laungsuchonkul
  28. ACUTE TOXICITY AND THE EFFECTOF ENDOSULFAN ON ACETYLCHOLI-NESTERASE AND GLUTATHIONE-S-TRANSFERASE OF RICELAND SHRIMP,MACROBRACHIUM LANCHESTERI

    By: SAIFON ARCHANACHAI
  29. POPULATION GENETICS OF WILDASIAN ELEPHANT IN AN ISOLATEDHABITAT,SALAK-PRA WILDLIFESANCTUARY,KANCHANABURI PROVINCE.

    By: Chalita Kongrith
  30. EFFECTS OF PERMETHRIN ON NON-TARGET MICROARTHROPODS IN AGRICULTURAL SOIL

    By: Nantaporn Sumanothum
  31. PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST RECOMBINANT CATHEPSIN L-A (rFgCatL-A) OF FASCIOLA GIGANTICA

    By: LALITA INTHAKANOK
  32. THE ECOLOGY OF ECOTONE, PRIMARY-SECONDARY FOREST, MO SINGTO, KHAO YAI NP., THAILAND

    By: YINGLUCK RATANAPONGSAI
  33. TOXICITY TESTS OF PERMETHRIN ON A SPRINGTAIL SPECIES (HEXAPODA: COLLEMBOLA) IN SUBORDER ARTHROPLEONA

    By: Tiprattana Chackpimai
  34. MORPHOLOGICAL AND GENETICAL VARIATION OF FRESHWATER JELLYFISH (CRASPEDACUSTA SP.) POPULATIONS IN THE MEKONG AND KEG RIVES, THAILAND

    By: Urasri Suyasunanont
  35. CONSEQUENCES OF SEED DISPERSAL, SEED PREDATION BY ANIMALS AND NATURAL DISTURBANCE ON THE RECRUITMENT OF SPONDIAS AXILLARIS, A LIGHT-DEMANDING ZOONCHOROUS TREE

    By: WIRONG CHANTHORN
  36. FOOD OVERLAP AND FRUIT SELECTION AMONG FOUR SYMPATRIC HORNBILL SPECIES DURING DIFFERENT PHASES OF THEIR ANNUAL CYCLE

    By: CHUTI-ON SAVINI
  37. THE BIOLOGY AND MATING BEHAVIOR OF AN AQUATIC FIREFLY SPECIES, LUCIOLA AQUATILIS SP. NOV. THANCHAROEN (COLEOPTERA: LAMPYRIDAE)

    By: ANCHANA THANCHAROEN
  38. ARSENIC ACCUMULATION IN FRESHWATER FISH AND PLANTS COLLECTED FROM ARSENIC-CONTAMINATED AREA

    By: Patchaarin Jankong
  39. APPLICATION OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) AND REMOTE SENSING (RS) FOR EVALUATING DENGUE RISK IN THAILAND

    By: CHITTI CHANSANG
  40. RETAIL TRADE IN JAPANESESIGNATURE SEAL (HANKO)ANDOTHER IVORY ITEMS IN JAPANAND THAILAND AND ITS EFFECTON ELEPHANT CONSERVATION.

    By: AKIRI KANAYAMA
  41. EFFECTS OF NITRATE ON BIODEGRADATION OF OIL SLUDGE UNDER LOW OXYGEN CONDITION

    By: Taewee Chakriyanuyoke
  42. ECOLOGY OF MOLLUCS IN HEAVY METAL CONTAMINATED MANGROVE AREAS ALONG THE UPPER GULF OF THAILAND

    By: CHEEWARAT PRINTRAKOON
  43. POPULATION GENETIC STUDY OF THE MELON FLY PARASITOID, PSYTTALIA FLETCHERI SILVESTRI (HYMENOPTERA: BRACONIDAE) USING MICROSATELLITE TECHNIQUE MICROSATELITE TECHNIQUE

    By: Somjit Tinkratoke
  44. ECOTOXICOLOGICAL ASSESSMENTOF PESTICIDES AND HEAVY METALSIN NILE TILAPIA,OREOCHROMISNILOTICUS

    By: Piyanut Peebua
  45. HISTOLOGY OF TESTIS AND BROODPOUCH OF BROODING AND NON-BROODING MALE SEAHORSES,HIPPOCAMPUS KUDA

    By: PARICHART LAKSANAWIMOL
  46. SYSTEMATICS AND ECOLOGY OF BLACK FLIES (DIPTERA:SIMULIIDAE) IN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN THAILAND

    By: SANAE JITKLANG
  47. CYTOGENETICS OF THE SIMULIUM TUBEROSUM GROUP (DIPTERA: SIMULIIDAE) IN THAILAND

    By: UBON TANGKAWANIT
  48. CYTOGENETICS OF SIMULIUM SIAMENSE (DIPTERA : SIMULIIDAE) IN THAILAND

    By: UNCHULEE LUALON
  49. EFFECTS OF TBT ON TISSUES OF VARIOUS ORGAN SYSTEMS IN LITTORARIA MELANOSTOMA (GRAY,1839)

    By: Siriya Seneewongsa
  50. EFFECTS OF TBT ON GLUTATHIONE PRODUCTION AND LIPID PEROXIDATION IN LITTORARIA MELANOSTOMA (GRAY,1839)

    By: Acharaporn Doungkaew
  51. THE EFFECTS OF NUTRIENTSAND SURFACTANTS ON THEBIODEGRADATION OFPETROLEUM-CONTAMINATEDSLUDGE FROM THE NPCOLEFINS PLANT,MAPTAPHUT

    By: Samerkae Sangdao
  52. PHYTOREMEDIATION OF LEAD CONTAMINATED SOIL USING VARIOUS GRASS SPECIES

    By: Puttipar Rotkittikhun
  53. BIODEGRADATION OF PETROLEUMCONTAMINATED-SLUDGE FROMTHE OLEFINS PLANT:EFFECTSOF SPIKED MICROBIAL CULTURE

    By: Sirindhorn Khamniyom
  54. THE ELEMENTAL RESPONSE IN ARSENIC HYPERACCUMULATING FERN AND ARSENIC SENSITIVEFERN AFTER SODIUM ARSENATE EXPOSURE

    By: WEERAPHAN SRIDOKCHAN
  55. POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTUREOF BLACK FLIES (DIPTERA:SIMULIIDAE) FROM THAILANDINFERRED FROM MITOCHONDRIAL DNASEQUENCES

    By: PAIROT PRAMUAL
  56. ACUTE AND SUBACUTE TOXICITYOF CADMIUM IN THE SPOTTEDBABYLON,BABYLONIA AREOLATA(NEOGASTROPODA:BUCCINIDAE)

    By: Phanwimol Tanhan
  57. SEED DISPERSAL AND SEEDLING RECRUITMENT OF LIANAS IN SEASONAL EVERGREEN FOREST, KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK, THAILAND

    By: CHANPEN WONGSRIPHUEK
  58. WOLBACHIA BACTERIA OF ARTHROPODS: PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIP, RELATIVE DENSITY AND HOST EFFECTS

    By: SUPAT WIWATANARATANABUTR
  59. CADMIUM AND ZINC TOXICITYON GROWTH,CHLOROPHYLLCONTENTS AND ACCUMULATIONOF HYDROCOTYLE UMBELLATA.

    By: Sopit Panyakhan
  60. STATUS,DIVERSITY AND RELATIVEABUNDANCE OF SMALL CARNIVORESAND OTHER MAMMALS IN A SMALLPROTECTED AREA OF 50 KM INTHONG PHA PHUM DISTRICT,WESTERN THAILAND

    By: NOPPHADOL PRAYONG
  61. DENSITY,DISTRIBUTION ANDHUMAN CONSUMPTION OF SMALLMAMMALS AROUND A KARENVILLAGE IN MAE HONG SONPROVINCE,THAILAND

    By: NATTHA WATTANARATCHAKIT
  62. ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF THEWHITE-HANDED GIBBON (HYLOBATESLAR L.)IN A TROPICAL SEASONALDECIDUOUS FOREST,IN MAE HONGSON PROVINCE,NORTERN THAILAND

    By: PATHOM YIMKAO
  63. ACCUMULATION AND TOXICITYOF LEAD AND CHROMIUM INHYDROCOTYLE UMBELLATA L.

    By: Jiraporn Yongpisanphop
  64. SECONDARY SUCCESSION OF TROPICAL SEASONAL EVERGREEN FOREST:SPECIES COMPOSITION AND DISPERSAL AT MO SINGTO,KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK,THAILAND

    By: SUPREEDA TANGPRASERTSRI
  65. PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERI-ZATION OF MONOCLONALANTIBODIES AGAINST EXCRETORY-SECRETORY (ES) ANTIGENS OFFASCIOLA GIGANTICA

    By: KANYANEE PHANNAWONG
  66. EFFECT OF CADMIUM ONMETALLOTHIONEIN mRNAIN SILVER CARP,PUNTIUSGONIONOTUS.

    By: Suwimol Utarnpongsa
  67. ACUTE AND SUBACUTE TOXICITYOF LEAD IN SPOTTED BABYLON,BABYLONIA AREOLATA (NEOGASTROPODY:BUCCINIDAE.)

    By: Pairum Supanopas
  68. TOXICITY OF CADMIUM ONHISTOLOGY OF GILL,LIVERAND KIDNEY IN PUNTIUSGONIONOTUS BLEEKER.

    By: Alisa Wangsongsak
  69. INDUCED MUTATION OF CRUDEOIL BIODEGRADING BACTERIA(PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA)

    By: Apiradee Suwanwong
  70. DISTRIBUTION AND ACCUMULATIONOF SOME HEAVY METALS IN WATER,SEDIMENT AND AQUATIC ORGANISMSIN KLONG PHASICHAROEN,THAILAND.

    By: Rungruang Bunsong
  71. OPTIMIZATION OF BIOSCRUBBERSYSTEM FOR HYDROGEN SULFIDEREMOVAL

    By: Wilawan Sangaeonrat
  72. COMPARISON OF ITS2 rDNAIN BLACK FLIES (DIPTERA:SIMULIIDAE)FROM THAILAND

    By: AUNCHALEE THANWISAI
  73. REMOVAL OF LEAD BY AQUATIC MACROPHYTES UNDER HYDROPONIC CONDITIONS

    By: Prayooth Yauwakhandh
  74. EVALUATION OF METHODOLOGIESFOR CONTROL OF THE DENGUEVECTOR,AEDES AEGYPTI,INTHAILAND.

    By: Uruyakorn RUYAKORN
  75. PARTICIPATORY WILDLIFEDIVERSITY MONITORING WITHDIFFERENT ETHNIC GROUPS INNAM ET-PHOU LOEY NATIONALBIODIVERSITY CONSERVATIONAREAS,NORTHERN LAO PDR.

    By: CHANHTHAVY VONGKHAMHENG
  76. TOXICITY AND BIOACCUMULATIONOF LEAD AND CADMIUM IN GREENMACROALGAE,CLADOPHORA FRACTA.

    By: Chantana Lamai
  77. REMOVAL OF HYDROGEN SULFIDEBY FIXED-FILM BIOSCRUBBER

    By: Siraporn Potivichayanon
  78. REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS OFWOLBACHIA ON THE FRUIT FLYPARASITOID DIACHASMIMORPHALONGICAUDATA (HYMENOPTERA:BRACONIDAE)

    By: TONGDEE DULPINITTRAKUL
  79. PHYTOCHELATIN SYNTHASEACTIVITY IN CADMIUMTOLERANT CYPERUS STRIGOSUSL.

    By: Kunaporn Homyog
  80. STUDY ON ACCUMULATION ANDTOXICITY OF ARSENIC ANDLEAD ON SOME VEGETABLES

    By: Hataya Kanjanasombat
  81. SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AND ECOLOGYOF THE SIAMESE FIREBACKLOPHURA DIARDI IN KHAO YAINATIONAL PARK,THAILAND.

    By: NICHAYA PRADITSUP
  82. BIOSORPTION OF CADMIUM BYCYANOBACTERIA,OSCILLATORIASUBTILISSIMA AND OSCILLATORIAJASORVENSIS.

    By: Busaba Warakamin
  83. MICROBIAL DESULFURIZATIONOF DIBENZOTHIOPHENE.

    By: Sivilai Patnantawech
  84. MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC STUDY OFCULICINE MOSQUITOES USING THEMITOCHONDRIAL CYTOCHROME OXIDASEI GENE AND THE RELATIONSHIPS WITHMOSQUITO-BORNE FLAVIVIRUSES

    By: TADA JUTHAYOTHIN
  85. BIOSORPTION OF LEAD BY DRIEDBIOMASS OF TWO CYANOBACTERIA:OSCILLATORIA SUBTILISSIMA ANDOSCILLATORIA JASORVENSIS

    By: Theraporn Thammabutr
  86. DIVERSITY OF BUTTERFLYPOPULATIONS AT PHAKLUAIMAI-HAEW SUWAT WATERFALL TRAIL,KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK,THAILAND

    By: Premsak Ratiwiriyapong
  87. EFFECTS OF 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINEON LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF THEGIANT FRESHWATER PRAWN,MACROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGII

    By: Pawat Tangvuthipong
  88. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY OFTICK-BORNE PATHOGENSAND ENDOSYMBIONTS OFTICKS IN THAILAND.

    By: SUPANEE HIRUNKANOKPUN
  89. EVALUATION OF TRANSMISSION-BLOCKING ACTIVITY OF TAFENOQUINE(WR-238605),WR-250547,ARTELINICACID AND PRIMAQUINE AGAINSTPLASMODIUM VIVAX IN ANOPHELESDIRUS MOSQUITOES.

    By: NARONG PONSA
  90. TOXICITY AND BIOACCUMULATIONOF CADMIUM AND LEAD IN SALVINIACUCULLATA.

    By: Siriwan Phetsombat
  91. SELECTION OF THE EMERGENTPLANTS SUITABLE FOR REMOVALOF ARSENIC FROM ARSENICCONTAMINATED WATER

    By: Ekkasit Augsonr
  92. GENETIC ENGINEERING OF SWEET POTATO PURPLE ACID PHOSPHATASES FOR METAL SENSING

    By: TEERAWIT WARATRUJIWONG
  93. MORPHOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENTOF THE JUVENILE ABALONE,HALIOTIS ASININA,LINNAEUS1758

    By: Voranath Kaewkamthong
  94. WOLBACHIA INFECTION AND AGEEFFECTS ON THE MATING SUCCESSAND OFFSPRING PRODUCTION OFTHE FRUIT FLY PARASITOIDDIACHASMIMORPHA LONGICAUDATA(HYMENOPTERA:BRACONIDAE)

    By: KALLAYANEE LAEMPOO
  95. SOIL MICROARTHROPOD DIVERSITYIN NATURAL AND DISTURBEDFORESTS

    By: Somawan Sukprasert
  96. PHYTOREMEDIATION OF CADMIUMCONTAMINATED WETLAND USINGAQUATIC MACROPHYTES

    By: Sushera Bunleusin
  97. DYNAMICS OF WOLBACHIA INFECTION IN DENGUE VECTORS

    By: TOON RUANGAREERATE
  98. SURVEY AND CHARACTERIZATIONOF MOSQUITO-BORNE FLAVIVIRUSESIN NATURAL POPULATIONS OFMOSQUITOES IN THAILAND

    By: WORAWIT UAMCHAROEN
  99. EFFECTS OF ALL-TRANS RETINOICACID AND ESTRADIOL-17 ONGERM CELL DEVELOPMENT INEMBRYOS AND LARVAE OF THEGIANT FRESHWATER PRAWN,MACROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGIIDE MAN

    By: NOPPAKUN PAKDEENARONG
  100. PHYTOEXTRACTION ANDACCUMULATION OF LEADFROM CONTAMINATED SOILSBY TYPHA ANGUSTIFOLIA.

    By: Thanawan Painch-Pat
  101. MOLECULAR CLONING OF EXCRETORY-SECRETORY ANTIGENS ENCODING GENES FROM THE LIVER FLUKE, OPISTHORCHIS VIVERRINI

    By: JIRAPORN RUANGSITTICHAI
  102. ECOLOGY AND POPULATION DYNAMICS OF AQUILARIA CRASSNA IN KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK OF THAILAND

    By: ZHANG LIXIN
  103. CONSERVATION OF LARGEMAMMALS IN BHUTAN WIHTSPECIAL RERFERENCE TOTAKIN (BUDORCAS TAXICOLORWHITEI).

    By: KARMA DHENDUP
  104. MOLECULAR EVOLUTION OFTEPHRITID FRUIT FLIESIN THE GENUS BACTROCERAAND THEIR WOLBACHIAENDOSYMBIONTS.

    By: WANWISA JAMNONGLUK
  105. SCREENING MEDICINAL PLANTEXTRACTS FOR LARVICIDALPROPERTIES AND OTHER EFFECTSON AEDES AEGYPTI (DIPTERA:CULICIDAE) AND TOXICITY TO ANON-TARGET ORGANISM

    By: SUWANNEE PROMSIRI
  106. PHYTOEXTRACTION ANDACCUMULATION OF LEAD FROMCONTAMINATED SOIL BYVETIVER GRASS

    By: SOMSANGUAN CHANTACHON
  107. GAMETOGENIC PROCESSES INPEARL OYSTER, PTERIAPENGUIN (RODING,1798)(BIVALVIA,MOLLUSCA).

    By: USANEE ARJARASIRIKOON
  108. DIVERSITY,DISTRIBUTION ANDWOLBACHIA INFECTION OF RICEFIELD ODONATE INSECTS INTHAILAND.

    By: APISIT THIPAKSORN
  109. THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ONTHE BIODEGRADATION OF CRUDEOIL AND BIOFILM DEVELOPMENT.

    By: NI ORN
  110. LEAD BIOSORPTION BYBACTERIAL BIOMASS.

    By: TOEMTHIP POOLPAK
  111. EVALUATION OF MICROSATELLITELOCI POLYMORPHISM IN ASIANELEPHANT,ELEPHAS MAXIMUS.

    By: CHOMCHEUN SIRIPUNKAW
  112. POST-DISPERSAL OF SEEDSIN FECES OF WHITE-HANDEDGIBBONS (HYLOBATES LAR)BY DUNG BEETLES (COLEOPTERA:SCARABAEIDAE)

    By: JANYA JADEJAROEN
  113. CRYOPRESERVATION OF EMBRYOSAND SPERMATOPHORES FROMTHE FRESHWATER PRAWN(MACROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGIL,DE MAN)IN GLYCEROL ANDETHYLENE GLYCOL.

    By: KHATTIYA AKARASANON
  114. EFFECT OF 3\',5\', cAMPON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENTOF THE GIANT FRESHWATERPRAWN,MACROBRACHIUMROSENBERGII.

    By: KETKAEW SUWANNARONG
  115. THE FAMILY LITTORINIDAE (GASTROPODA:CAENOGASTROPODA) IN THAILAND:THEIR DISTRIBUTION, SYSTEMATIC RELATIONSHIPS, ECOLOGY AND REPRODUCTION

    By: KITITHORN SANPANICH
  116. MOLECULAR CLONING OF ANTIGENENCODING GENES FROM OPISTHORCHISVIVERRINI (LIVER FLUKE) ANDPRIMARY ANALYSIS OF ENCODEDPROTEINS

    By: VEERACHAI EURSITTHICHAI
  117. HISTOPATHOLOGICAL ANDBIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS OFROUNDUP,A GLYPHOSATE HERBICIDE,TO NILE TILAPIA,OREOCHROMISNILOTICUS.

    By: WANNEE JIRAUNGKOORSKUL
  118. CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENTOF ELEPHANTS IN THAILAND

    By: MATTANA SRIKRACHANG
  119. CYTOGENETICS OF AMPHIBIANSIN THAILAND.

    By: THAVORN SUPAPROM
  120. ECOLOGICAL STUDY OF LIANASAND SOME VINES IN MO SINGTOBIODIVERSITY RESEARCH PLOT,KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK,THAILAND.

    By: KANOK LERTPANICH
  121. DIVERSITY AND EVOLUTIONARYSTUDY OF BACTROCERA TAUSPECIES COMPLEX ANDPOPULATIONS BY USING A 70kDa HEAT SHOCK COGNATE-LIKESEQUENCES.

    By: URUSA THAENKHAM
  122. STUDY ON DIVERSITY OFFIREFLY POPULATIONSIN HIGHLAND AND LOWLANDHABITATS.

    By: ANCHANA THANCHAROEN
  123. DISTRIBUTION,PHYLOGENETICRELATIONSHIPS AND TEMPORALPREVALENCE OF WOLBACHIAWITHIN ARTHROPOD COMMUNITIESOF PUMPKIN AND LOOFAH PLANTS.

    By: SIRILUK SINTUPACHEE
  124. EVALUATION OF PESTICIDEAVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR INANOPHELES MINIMUS,AMALARIA VECTOR IN THAILAND.

    By: SUNGSIT SUNGVORNYOTHIN
  125. SELECTON OF ARSENIC-TOLERANT PLANTS ANDEFFECTS OF PHOSPHORUSON THEIR ARSENICUPTAKE.

    By: WEERAPHAN SRIDOKCHAN
  126. DIVERSITY OF SOILARTHROPODS IN DIFFERENTFOREST TYPES AT KHAONOR CHUCHI,KRABIPROVINCE,THAILAND.

    By: WIGUNDA RATTANAPUN
  127. DIETARY COMPOSITION OFBUFO MELANOSTICTUS SCHNEIDER,1799 AND POLYPEDATES LEUCOMYSTAX(GRAVENHORST,1829)AT SAKAERATENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH STATION,NAKHON RATCHASIMA PROVINCE.

    By: MARUT PROMCHUSE
  128. TREATMENT OF WASTEWATER FROMCOMMUNITY WITH CONSTRUCTEDWETLAND.

    By: PENTIP TRONGSAWAD
  129. REMOVAL OF ARSENICFROM WATER BY USINGFRESHWATER ALGAE.

    By: PIRALADA BUNNAG
  130. TREATMENT OF HEAVYMETALS (NICKEL AND LEAD)AND BIOSORPTION OF BASICDYE (METHYLENE BLUE) BYUSING GIANT DUCKWEED(SPIRODELA POLYRRHIZA (L.)SCHLEID).

    By: PIYAPORN WARANUSANTIGUL
  131. SCREENING ANDCHARACTERIZATION OFBACTERIA CAPABLE OFBIOTRANSFORMATION OFTOXIC ARSENIC COMPOUNDIN SOIL.

    By: PAWEENA UPPANAN
  132. TOXICITY AND BIOSORPTIONOF CHROMIUM AND CADMIUMBY USING DUCKWEED WOLFFIAGLOBOSA HARTOG & PLAS.

    By: BENJAPORN BOONYAPOOKANA
  133. INSECT SUCCESSION ANDDIVERSITY ON CARRIONIN DIFFERENT HABITATSAT KHAO YAI NATIONALPARK.

    By: BUNTIKA AREEKUL
  134. SCREENING OF FUNGALISOLATES WHICH HAVEHIGH CAPABILITY ONARSENIC REMOVAL.

    By: NOOTRA PANVIROJ
  135. METAPHASE KARYOTYPES OFTEN NEW SPECIES WITHINTHE BACTROCERA DORSALIS(DIPTERA:TEPHRITIDAE)COMPLEX IN THAILAND.

    By: CHALAO SUMRANDEE
  136. CADMIUM BIOSORPTIONBY BACTERIAL BIOMASS.

    By: JANTANA TANGAROMSUK
  137. EFFECTS OF ACUTE ANDSUBCHRONIC EXPOSURE OFCADMIUM ON HISTOPATHOLOGYAND HEMATOLOGY OF WHITESEABASS,LATES CALCARIFER.

    By: SUCHADA THOPHON
  138. TAXONOMIC STUDY OF APHIDS(HOMOPTERA:APHIDIDAE) INNORTHERN THAILAND.

    By: WARUNEE SIRIKAJORNJARU
  139. PHYTASE STUDIES PRODUCERSCREENING,ENZYME PURIFICATIONAND CHARACTERIZATION,AND GENECLONING

    By: WANG XUE Ying
  140. CHARACTERIZATION OF WOLBACHIAAND CYTOPLASMIC INCOMPATIBILITYIN ARMIGERES SUBALBATUS.

    By: WANWISA JAMNONGLUK
  141. EFFECTS OF LEAD ANDHUMIC ACID ON DUCKWEEDLEMNA MINOR.

    By: WORAPRACH JARUPAN
  142. EFFECTS OF HUMIC ACID ANDWATER HARDNESS ON CADMIUMTOXICITY, USING PUNTIUSGONIONOTUS BLEEKER.

    By: RATTANAWAN MUNGMUNG
  143. EFFECTS AND TOXICITY OFALUMINUM ACCUMULATION INPISTIA STRATIOTES L.

    By: RAMET JUIJUNJERM
  144. MICROARTHROPOD COMMUNITIESIN EUCALYPTUS AND ORCHARDPLANTING AREAS.

    By: PAIPHAN PAEJAROEN
  145. DYNAMIC DISPERSION MODELBASED ON NEURAL NETWORKFOR PREDICTING SULFURDIOXIDE IMPACT AT THEMAE MOH THERMAL POWERPLANT.

    By: PIRAPUN JAUNGAROON
  146. THE ECOLOGY OF SEEDDISPERSAL IN WILDRAMBUTAN (NEPHELIUMMELLIFERUM) BY WHITE-HANDED GIBBONS (HYLOBATESLAR) AND OTHER FRUGIVORESIN KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK,THAILAND.

    By: PIMPANSA VIMUKTAYON
  147. STUDIES ON THE PENETRANCEOF WOLBACHIA-MEDIATEDCYTOPLASMIC INCOMPATIBILITYIN AEDES ALBOPICTUS (SKUSE)HOST.

    By: PITI MONGKALANGOON
  148. FRUIT PRODUCTION ANDSEED DISPERSAL OFCHOEROSPONDIASAXILLARIS (ANACARDIACEAE)IN KHAO YAI NATIONALPARK, THAILAND.

    By: PRANOM KUNSAKORN
  149. THE TOXICITY AND ACCUMULATIONOF CADMIUM-ADSORBED CYANOBACTERIA,SPIRULINA (ARTHROSPIRA)PLATENSISON VARIOUS ORGANS OF FISH,PUNTIUSGONIONOTUS BLEEKER.

    By: NIRAMOL RAUNGSAYATORN
  150. EFFECTS OF TEMPERATUREON BIOAVAILABILITY OFCRUDE OIL COMPONENTSDURING BIODEGRADATIONPROCESS.

    By: NATAYA SAMASANTI
  151. ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOROF GAUR (BOS GAURUS)IN A DEGRADED AREAAT KHAO PHAENG-MA,THENORTHEASTERN EDGE OFKHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK,THAILAND.

    By: THATTAYA BIDAYABHA
  152. MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATIONOF THE HOPPER TRANSPOSABLEELEMENT IN BACTROCERA TAU(WALKER).

    By: CHATCHAWAL SANGUANSILP
  153. CHARACTERISTICS OF FRUITSCONSUMED BY THE WHITEHANDED GIBBON (HYLOBATESLAR) IN KHAO YAI NATIONALPARK, THAILAND.

    By: CHUTI-ON KANWUTANAKID
  154. POPULATION GENETICSTUDIES OF TWOCLOSELY RELATEDSPECIES OF THEGENUS AFGEKIA CRAIB(LEGUMINOSAE)INTHAILAND.

    By: PREECHA PRATHEPHA
  155. INFECTION AND TRANSMISSION OFDENSOVIRUS IN ANOPHELES MINIMUSIN RELATION TO LOCAL DISTRIBUTIONIN KANCHANABURI PROVINCE,THAILAND.

    By: RWEHUMBIZA THEOPHIL
  156. HABITAT USE AND THEPOPULATION TREND OFKITTI\'S HOG-MPSED BAT(CRASEONYCTERISTHONGLONGYAI) INDISTURBED HABITATS INWESTERN THAILAND.

    By: MEDHI YOKUBOL
  157. ELECTROPHORETIC STUDY OFTHE BACTROCERA TAU COMPLEX(DIPTERA : TEPHRITIDAE) INCERTAIN POPULATIONS INTHAILAND.

    By: ANCHALEE SAELEE
  158. BIOLOGY OF BLACK FLIES(SIMULIUM) AT DOIINTHANON NATIONAL PARK,NORTHERN THAILAND.

    By: SUWANNEE PHAYUHASENA
  159. DEVELOPMENT OF FASCIOLAGIGANTICA (COBBOLD,1856)IN MICE AND CHARACTERIZATIONOF A MONOCLONAL ANTIBODYAGAINST ADULT WORM ANTIGEN.

    By: SUPEECHA KUMKATE
  160. THE EFFECT OF CARBAMATEINSECTICIDE ON THEGROWTH OF THREE AQUATICPLANT SPECIES:IPOMOEAAQUATICA,PISTIA STRATIOTESAND HYDROCHARIS DUBIA.

    By: SIRIORN BOONYAWANICH
  161. ISOLATION AND PURIFICATIONOF THE METHYL PARATHIONHYDROLASE ENZYME FROMMETHYL PARATHION-DEGRADINGPSEUDOMONAS SP.

    By: WANPHEN YAMKUNTHONG
  162. RAPID DETECTION OF BCR/ABLFUSION GENE IN PHILADELPHIACHROMOSOME.

    By: RAPEEPAN ANEKVORAPONG
  163. STUDIES OF THE MARINERTRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTSIN NATURAL POPULATIONSOF ANOPHELES VECTORS.

    By: MALLIKA IMWONG
  164. ISOLATION OF BACTERIACAPABLE OF REMOVINGORGANIC WASTES ININTENSIVE SHRIMPFARMS.

    By: MANANYA NIKROTH
  165. IN VITRO STUDIES ONSEED GERMINATION ANDPLANT GROWTH OF VANDAAND PHAIUS.

    By: MATURA SIRIJUNTARUT
  166. RESOURCE PARTITIONINGOF SYMPATRIC UNGULATESIN A DRY TROPICAL FORESTOF WESTERN THAILAND.

    By: PIYATHIP PIYAPAN
  167. MITOTIC KARYOTYPE OFTHE BACTROCERA DORSALIS(DIPTERA:TEPHRITIDAE)COMPLEX IN THAILAND.

    By: JAROS PHINJONGSAKULDIT
  168. STUDIES ON FEEDINGAND GROWTH OF THETHAI ABALONE HALIOTISASININA LINNEAUS.

    By: SAOWAPA SAWATPEERA
  169. MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSISFOR IDENTIFICATION OFTHE BACTROCERA DORSALISCOMPLEX USING WINGIMAGE ANALYSIS.

    By: SUWANNEE ADSAVAKULCHAI
  170. BEHAVIORAL STUDY OF MATURATIONOF WHITE-HANDED GIBBONS(HYLOBATES LAR) AT KHAO YAINATIONAL PARK, THAILAND.

    By: UDOMLUX SUWANVECHO
  171. EFFECT OF TEMPERATUREAND SURFACTANT ONBIOREMEDIATION OF CRUDEOIL SOIL BY CANDIDATROPICALIS.

    By: AMPAI SOROS
  172. CHEMICAL INDUCTION OFOOCYTE MATURATION ANDSPAWNING IN GIANTFRESHWATER PRAWN(MACROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGIIDE MAN)

    By: SITHEE TANBOONTECK
  173. INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATUREAND NUTRIENT ONBIOREMEDIATION OF CRUDEOIL IN SOIL BY CANDIDATROPICALIS.

    By: PORNPHAN PHANPHATTHRAPONG
  174. STUDY ON GENETIC VARIATIONOF FRUIT FLY PARASITOIDS(DIACHASMIMORPHA SP.) INTHAILAND BY ELECTROPHORETICTECHNIQUES.

    By: DUANGTA JUNESIRIKUL
  175. STUDIES ON SEED GERMINATIONAND PLANT GROWTH DEVELOPMENTOF THAI WILD ORCHID, AERIDESHOULLETIANA AND ACAMPE RIGIDA.

    By: KARNCHANA RUNGRUCHKANONT
  176. MORPHOLOGICAL ANDNUMERICAL TAXONOMYOF OYSTERS IN THAILAND.

    By: CHUKIAT DILOKRATTANATRAKUL
  177. STUDY ON STRUCTURE ANDFUNCTION OF CEREBRALGANGLIA AND NERVOUSSYSTEM OF HALIOTISASININA LINNAEUS.

    By: AMPORN THONGKUKIATKUL
  178. BIOREMEDIATION OF CRUDEOIL AND STANDARDHYDROCARBONS IN SOIL.

    By: ACHARAPORN SUNGPETCH
  179. THE GENUS FILOPALUDINA(PROSOBRANCHIA:GASTROPODA)OF THAILAND:MORPHOLOGY,ANATOMY,ALLOZYMES ANDSYSTEMATIC RELATIONSHIPS

    By: PAIRAT TARBSRIPAIR
  180. STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN DIGESTIVE,REPRODUCTIVE,RESPIRATORY ANDNERVOUS SYSTEMS OF INDOPLANORBISEXUSTUS (MOLLUSCA,GASTROPODA)INDUCED BY MOLLUSCICIDES.

    By: PINICH WANGSOMNUK
  181. PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATIONOF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIESAGAINST SURFACE TEGUMENTALANTIGENS FOR THE DETECTION OFFASCIOLA GIGANTICA COBBOLD,1856INFECTION

    By: DUANGDUEN KRAILAS
  182. STUDIES ON BIOLOGY OF MAYAUTREE (ALEURITES MONTANA WILSON)AND PLAUSIBILITY STUDY OF THEIROILS AS AN INSULATING OIL.

    By: NARUEMON GATEPLEAN
  183. EFFECTS OF CADMIUM, CHROMIUMAND THEIR COMBINATIONS ONPUNTIUS GONIONOTUS BLEEKER.

    By: URASA SRIBOONLUE
  184. EFFECTS OF WATER HARDNESS ANDTEMPERATURE ON THE TOXICITY OFDETERGENTS TO PUNTIUS GONIONOTUSBLEEKER AND OREOCHROMISNILOTICUS (LINN).

    By: SIRIKUL VONGSIRISOPAK
  185. EFFECTS OF ZINC AND PH ONPUNTIUS GONIONOTUS BLEEKER.

    By: SOMPONG BOONKLOMJITR
  186. TRANSMISSION OF RICKETTSIATSUTSUGAMUSHI IN INFECTEDLEPTOTROMBIDIUM(L.) IMPHALUMAND LEPTOTROMBIDIUM NEWSPECIES # 1 COLLECTED INNORTHERN THAILAND.

    By: SIRIPORN MOONGWIRIYA
  187. STUDIES ON KARYOTYPE OFSELECTED SPECIES OFFRUIT FLIES (BACTROCERA)IN THAILAND.

    By: WACHAREEPORN TRINACHARTVANIT
  188. CULTIVATION OF RANA TIGERINAAND R. CATESBEIANA USINGARTIFICIAL FEED.

    By: PORNCHAI LUANGBORISUT
  189. STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OFTRIPHENYLTIN HYDROXIDEON PLA NIL (OREOCHROMISNILOTICA).

    By: TEERADA THAMAMARUITKUN
  190. STUDIES THE EFFECT OF GANODERMALUCIDUM EXTRACTION ON DMBA-MAMMARY TUMORIGENESIS IN RATS.

    By: RUNGPETCH KHAENGRAENG
  191. IN VITRO DRUG INTERACTION OFMEFLOQUINE AND QUININE AGAINSTPLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM.

    By: TUMRONGRAT SITTICHAI
  192. PURIFICATION AND PROPERTYOF SWAMP BUFFALO PITUITARYLUTEINIZING HORMONE.

    By: RAPEE BOONPLUEANG
  193. POPULATION GENETICS OF THEMALARIA VECTOR ANOPHELESSUNDAICUS IN THAILAND ANDINDONESIA.

    By: SUPRATMAN SUKOWATI
  194. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PYRETHROIDIMPREGNATED MOSQUITO NETS WITHDDT RESIDUAL SPRAYING FORMALARIA CONTROL IN THAILAND.

    By: MALINEE PRASITTISUK
  195. CHARACTERIZATION OF MOSQUITOSALIVARY GLAND MEMBRANEPROTEINS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITYAND REFRACTORINESS TOPLASMODIUM KNOWLESI.

    By: JETSUMON PRACHUMSRI
  196. ACUTE TOXICITY, BIOACCUMULATIONAND EFFECTS OF LEAD ON THEHISTOLOGY OF SNAILS, FILOPALUDINA(SIAMOPALUDINA) M. MARTENSI(FRAUENFELDT).

    By: SOMBOON KAEWSAWANGSAP
  197. BIODEGRADATION OF CRUDE OIL BYFRESHWATER MICROORGANISMS.

    By: ORAWAN SUTTICHIT
  198. DEGRADATION OF METHYL PARATHIONIN AN AQUEOUS MEDIUM BY SOILBACTERIA.

    By: CHAROENSRI KEPRASERTSUP
  199. BIODEGRADATION OF CRUDEOIL BY SOIL MICROORGANISMS.

    By: MANEE PALITTAPONGARNPIM
  200. ECOLOGICAL AND GENETICAL STUDIESOF THE ANOPHELES DIRUS COMPLEXIN RELATION TO MALARIA TRANS-MISSION IN MUDON TOWNSHIP,MON STATE, MYANMAR.

    By: HTAY AUNG
  201. BIOTIC COMMUNITIES AROUNDARTIFICIAL REEF IN THE GULFOF THAILAND.

    By: PICHAI SONCHAENG
  202. STUDIES ON FORMATION,REGENERATIONAND FRUITING BODY FORMATION OFPLEUROTUS CYSTIDISUS PROTOPLASTS.

    By: SUDARAT BOONCHAN
  203. PRELIMINARY SURVEY AND EXPERI-MENTAL STUDIES OF MESOCYCLOPSSPP. AS BIOLOGICAL CONTROLAGENTS OF DENGUE VECTORS IN ARURAL THAI COMMUNITY.

    By: SIRIPORN VIHOKTO
  204. IDENTIFICATION OF ANOPHELESDIRUS SIBLING SPECIES BYNON-RADIOACTIVE (DIGOXIGENIN)DNA PROBES.

    By: AMNAJ CHANAMA
  205. BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY EFFECTS OFPLUCHEA INDICA LESS. AND WEDELIABIFLORA D.C. EXTRACTS AGAINSTPLUTELLA XYLOSTELLA LINN.(YPONOMEUTIDAE : LEPIDOPTERA)

    By: SOMPHOB LEETACHEWA
  206. ELECTROPHORETIC STUDIES OFNATURAL POPULATIONS OF THEBACTROCERA DORSALIS COMPLEX(TEPHRITIDAE) IN THAILAND.

    By: ORAWAN SATAYALAI
  207. ECOLOGY OF THE BLACK-CRESTEDGIBBON (HYLOBATES CONCOLOR)IN THE AILAO MT.RESERVE, YUNNAN,YUNNAN,CHINA.

    By: CHEN NAN
  208. TRYPSIN INHIBITING EFFECT ANDPOSSIBLE FORMATION OF NITROSOCOMPOUND OF CONVENTIONAL THAIMUSHROOMS.

    By: NARANIN MARKMAN
  209. UTILIZATION OF TISSUE CULTURETECHNIQUE FOR PROPAGATION OFMELIA SPP.

    By: SURIYA JANSAENGSRI
  210. POPULATION DYNAMICS OF AEDES(FINLAYA) NIVEUS GROUP ANDTRANSMISSION DYNAMICS OFWUCHERERIA BANCROFTI IN THASONG YANG DISTRICT, TAKPROVINCE, THAILAND.

    By: OUNRUAN SIRIVANICHKUL
  211. CHROMOSOME STUDY ON SPONTANEOUSABORTIONS IN RAMATHIBODIHOSPITAL.

    By: RACHANEE WONGCHANACHIT
  212. EFFECTS OF VERTEBRATE HORMONESAND OVOTESTIS HOMOGENATE ON THEREPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OF ACHATINAFULICA (GASTROPODA:STYLOMMATO-PHORA).

    By: KRIYAPORN SONGMUAENG
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