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Welcome to Chiang Mai Journal of Science, an international journal for the publication of all preliminary communications in Science.

First launched in 1973 by Faculty of Science, Chiangmai University, CMJS is peer-reviewed and published as hardcopy and online open-access journal. It is indexed/abstracted in :

• Science Citation Index Expanded (SciResearch®)
• Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition
• SCOPUS
• SciFinder - Chemical Abatracts Service
• BIOSIS Previews
• Google Scholar.
Print ISSN: 0125-2526
eISSN : 2465-3845
Frequency: 4 issues/Year
ISI Journal Citation Reports® Ranking 2015: Multidisciplinary Sciences: 42/62
Impact Factor: 0.420
Current Issue : Vol.44 No.1 (JANUARY 2017)
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Content

Author: Editorial Board
E-mail: cmjs@cmu.ac.th
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Editorial

Author: Wasu Pathom-aree
E-mail: wasu.p@cmu.ac.th
(Page v - viii)

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Diversity of Endophytic Actinomycetes Isolated from Roots and Root Nodules of Pueraria candollei Grah. ex Benth. and the Analyses of Their Secondary Metabolites

Author: Panitch Boonsnongcheep [a], Takuji Nakashima [b], Yōko Takahashi [b] and Sompop Prathanturarug* [a]
E-mail: sompop.pra@mahidol.ac.th
(Page 1 - 14)

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16S rRNA Gene Sequencing Assessment of the Prokaryotic Communities in the Southeast Andaman Sea, Thailand and Potential Environmental Alerts

Author: Khunnalack Khitmoh, Alisa Wilantho, Doonyapong Wongsawaeng, Sissades Tongsima, Naraporn Somboonna*
E-mail: Naraporn.S@chula.ac.th
(Page 15 - 28)

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New Species Pseudocercospora and New Records from Thailand

Author: Jeerapa Nguenhom, Khelang Wongsopa, Ratchadawan Cheewangkoon and Chaiwat To-anun
E-mail: chaiwat.toanun@gmail.com
(Page 29 - 38)

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Characterization of Lipase-producing Haloarcula Strain from Thai Fish Sauce

Author: Sirilak Namwong*[a] and Somboon Tanasupawat[b]
E-mail: sirilak.na@ssru.ac.th; sirilak_pook@yahoo.com
(Page 39 - 49)

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Optimization of Xylitol Production by Candida tropicalis A26

Author: Wanlapa Lorliam [a], Ancharida Akaracharanya [b], Sukhumaporn Krajangsang [c], Vasana Tolieng [d] a
E-mail: Somboon.T@chula.ac.th
(Page 50 - 58)

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Increase in Ethanol Production Efficiency from Sweet Sorghum Juice by Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Author: Benjaporn Sriputorn [a], Pattana Laopaiboon [b, c] and Lakkana Laopaiboon*[b, c]
E-mail: lakcha@kku.ac.th
(Page 59 - 71)

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9.
Production of Plant Growth Promoting Antagonistic Rhizobacteria to Promote Cucumber Growth and Control Leaf Spot Disease (Corynespora cassiicola)

Author: Nuntavun Riddech[a]*, Kamon Sritongon[b]and Thanaporn Phibunwatthanawong[b]
E-mail: nunrid@kku.ac.th
(Page 72 - 82)

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Rhizobacterial Candidates Isolated from Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Rhizosphere for Host Plant Growth Promotion

Author: Kamon Sritongon [a,b], Wiyada Mongkolthanaruk [b], Sophon Boonlue [b], Sanun Jogloy [c,d], Darunee P
E-mail: nunrid@kku.ac.th
(Page 83 - 93)

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