Energy management study of aeration system for Nile tilapia fish pond using solar photovoltaic together with utility grid system

  Preeyanuch Numpha and Sarawut Polvongsri* J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 1-6 DOI: Abstract This paper presents the energy management models of the aeration system for the Nile tilapia pond using the electrical energy from solar photovoltaic (PV) and the utility grid system (Grid). The solar photovoltaic system is installed on nine

The extraction of estrogen-like compounds from Pueraria mirifica, the properties characterization and the preparation of nucleated nanoparticles

  Wachira Yodthong, Saransiri Nuanmanee, Phenphichar Wanachantararak, Nattakanwadee Khumpirapang, and Tanongsak Sassa-deepaeng* J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 7-13 DOI: Abstract Pueraria mirifica (PM), also known as Kwao Krua Khaw, has been used as an herbal plant for many decades in the Northern part of Thailand. The root of PM contains estrogen-like compounds that

Comparison of fattening Thai native steers on grassland grazing and in feedlot fed corn silage-base with supplemental two protein concentration diets

  Kecha Kuha*, Panuwat Chaiyong, and Sornthep Tumwasorn  J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 14-20 DOI: Abstract This study determined growth performance and blood biochemical values of Thai native steers during 120 days of fattening. Twelve healthy three-year-old steers were assigned equally into two groups. One group was allowed free grazing on grassland

Small RNA sequencing studies of populations of plant virus families in tropical rainforest of Xishuangbanna

  Yue Liu, Xu Shan Shan, Wang Kan, Baohua Kong*, Hongxiang, Chongde Wang, Taiyuan Yang, Chengyun Li, Yuanhua Tan, Hao Qu, Dexi Wu, Lianchun Wang, and Hairu Chen J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 21-28 DOI: Abstract The tropical rainforest of Xishuangbanna has the most abundant and cryptic plant species biodiversity in China.

Compatibility of entomopathogenic fungi with Derris extracts

  Malee Thungrabeab* and Patcharin Krutmuang J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 29-34 DOI : Abstract Integrated pest management (IPM) strategies have been suggested for the control of various insect pests. Entomopathogenic fungi and botanical insecticides such as derris extract have considerable potential to become significant components in sustainable IPM. However, the compatibility

Influence of different extraction solvents on antioxidant and antityrosinase activities of Morus alba Linn. leaf extract.

Wachira Yodthong, Suraphon Chaiwongsar, Penpicha Wanachantararak, Yanee Keereeta, Watee Panthuwat, Benjaporn Saovapha and Tanongsak Sassa-deepaeng* J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (1): 7-17 DOI : Abstract The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of different extraction solvents such as hexane, benzene, ethyl acetate, acetone, ethanol, and water on antioxidant and antityrosinase efficiency

Characteristics of yogurt supplemented with different concentrations of Carissa carandas L.

Ni-orn Chomsri* and Kamonwan Manowan J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (1): 18-25 DOI : Abstract Yogurt is a fermented dairy product claimed to confer health benefits due to the remaining viability of good lactic acid bacteria (LAB). This study investigates the influence of using Carissa carandas L. (CC) as a supplement in the

Coconut and to a lesser extent krabok oil, depress rumen protozoa in beef cows

Paiwan Panyakaew*, Jan Thomas Schonewille, Veerle Fievez, Gunjan Goel, Nico Boon, Chalermpon Yuangklang and Wouter Hendriks J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (1): 26-32 DOI : Abstract Krabok and coconut oil were assessed for their ability to affect rumen protozoa via a 3×3 Latin square design with three rumen cannulated beef cows. The diets

Preparation of activated carbon as support of nickel catalyst for Guerbet reaction

Krittanun Deekamwong, Supunnee Junpirom and Jatuporn Wittayakun*  J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (1): 33-39 DOI : Abstract This work aims to prepare activated carbon from charcoal from the wood of Muntingia calabura Linn. and employ as support for nickel catalyst. The charcoal was obtained from an Iwasaki kiln and activated by CO2. Then,

The cloning of the MPER1 and PX3 peroxidase genes conferring bacterial blight disease resistance genes in cassava (Manihot esculenta (L.) Crantz)

Payungsak Rauyaree*,  Paranee Sawangsri and Suphawadee Ngorian J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (1): 1-6 DOI :  Abstract Cassava bacterial blight, CBB caused by Xanthomonas ampestris pv. manihotis pv. Manihotis is an important outbreak of cassava bacterial disease in Thailand. Plant peroxidases play major roles in many physiology processes both abiotic and biotic
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