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Assistant Professor  KANNIKA    KANJANACHATREE

Name   Assistant Professor  KANNIKA    KANJANACHATREE
Position   Assistant Professor
Email   kanika.k@phuket.psu.ac.th
Phone   076-276485

education

Master Degree

2527

M.Sc. (Fisheries Science )

Bachelor Degree

2524

B.Sc. (General Biology)

Research Interests

Biology, Microbiology.Aquaculture,Marine Mollusc,Pearl, Pearl Oyster .

 

  • Pearl Oysters

    100%
  • pearl

    80%
  • Caulerpa sp.

    60%
  • Bacteria (E coli)

    80%
  • Aquaculture (Bivalves)

    80%
RESEARCH INTERESTS

Teaching

Biology, Biologycal Science, Microbiology,Aquaculture, Marine Mollusc,Project

 

Books

ชีววิทยา(กลไกแห่งชีวิต)

Year: 2549


  หอยมุกและการผลิตมุก

Year: 2551


National Journal Articles

Kanjanachatree, K., Piyathamrongrut, K. and Inthonjareon, N. 2003. Effects of sea

          depths and sizes of winged pearl oysters (Pteria penguin) on pearl culture.

           Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology. 25(5), 659-671.

                         

  Year: 2003

Tag: Pearl Oysters   

Kanjanachatree, K., Piyathamrongrut, K. and Rativat, V. 2004. The culture of pearl

oysters, Pinctada fucata (Gould, 1850) in Phuket with temperature shock method

and survival rates on various feeds. Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology. 27(1), 1-16.

  Year: 2004

Tag: Pearl Oysters   

Kanjanachatree, K., Piyathamrongrut, K. and Kaewteen, P. 2006. Effects of relaxants

          before embedding nucleus for the survival rate and pearl qualities in Pinctada

          fucata. Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology 28(1), 87-97.

 

  Year: 2006

Tag: Pearl Oysters   

Kanjanachatree, K., Piyathamrongrut, K.and Intaracharoen, J. 2007.Kinds of nucleus for

effective pearl cultivation of the pearl oysters, Pinctada fucata.Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology.29(4), 959-969

  Year: 2007

Tag: Pearl Oysters   

Piyathamrongrut, K., Kanjanachatree, K., Thongboon, L., & Inthoncharoen, J. (2009).

Reproductive cycle of the Akoya pearl oyster (Pinctada fucata) belong to nucleus insertion. In: Proceedings of  the 47th Kasetsart University Annual Conference, Kasetsart, 17-20 March, 2009. Subject: Fisheries (pp. 311-319). Kasetsart University.

  Year: 2009

Tag: Pearl Oysters   

Kannika K., Kanoktorn P., Lamy T. and Jitti I. 2009.Breeding of  the Pearl Oyster for restoration

in a natural environment after the Tsunami  disaster  in Phuket Thai Fisheries Gazatte.62(21), 42-145.

  Year: 2009

Tag: Pearl Oysters   

Kannika K., Kanoktorn P., Lamy T. and Jitti I. Mortality of Winged Pearl Oysters, Pteria penguin

(Roding, 1798)Caused by Nucleation and Rearing .2011. Burapha Sci. J. 16 (2011) 2 : 3-15

  Year: 2011

Tag: Pearl Oysters   

International Journal Articles

Kannika K.,Napapit L.,Amorn I.and Raymond J.2016. Mabe Pearls (Pteria penguin, Roding,

1798) grown from nuclei placed in different  positions.--Manuscript Draft—

Year: 2016


Kannika K.,Napapit L.,Amorn I.and Raymond J. 2017.Effects of Chlorophyll Levels on the

Pearl colour  in Phuket.--Manuscript Draft—

Year: 2017


training

1. GI  (Geographical Indications) Pearl of Phuket

2. Fisheries for Sustainable Development

map location

contact info

Faculty of Technology and Environment
Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus
80 Moo 1, Vichit-Songkram Rd.,Kathu, Phuket 83120, Thailand

  • Email kanika.k@phuket.psu.ac.th
  • Phone 076-276485
  • Website

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