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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
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Print ISSN: 0125-2526
eISSN : 2465-3845
Frequency: 6 issues/Year
ISI Journal Citation Reports® Ranking 2018: Multidisciplinary Sciences: 65/69
Impact Factor: 0.342
Current Issue : Vol.46 No.6 (November 2019)
1.
Content Vol.46 No.6 November 2019

Author: Editorial Board
E-mail: cmjs@cmu.ac.th
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2.
Notes on the Medicinal Mushroom Chanhua (Cordyceps cicadae (Miq.) Massee)

Author: Ling-Sheng Zha, Yuan-Pin Xiao [b,c], Rajesh Jeewon, Xiao Zou, Xu Wang, Saranyaphat Boonmee, Prapassorn D. Eungwanichayapant, Eric H.C. McKenzie, Kevin D. Hyde and Ting-Chi Wen*
E-mail: tingchiwen@yahoo.com
(Page 1023 - 1035)

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3.
Kinetic Parameters of Candida tropicalis TISTR 5306 for Ethanol Production Process Using an Optimal Enzymatic Digestion Strategy of Assorted Grade Longan Solid Waste Powder

Author: Saengkae Wattanapanom, Jidapa Muenseema, Charin Techapun, Kittisak Jantanasakulwong, Vorapat Sanguanchaipaiwong, Thanongsak Chaiyaso, Prasert Hanmoungjai, Phisit Seesuriyachan, Julaluk Khemacheewakul, Rojarej Nunta, Sumeth Sommanee, Chatchadaporn Mahakuntha, Supavej Maniyom, Siriwat Jinsiriwanit, Churairat Moukamnerd and Noppol Leksawasdi *
E-mail: noppol@hotmail.com
(Page 1036 - 1054)

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4.
Optimization of Culture Conditions for Oil Production by the Double Mutant of Chlorella sorokiniana DMKU5202-D223

Author: Mathurin Vichachucherd, Wichien Yongmanitchai and Duenrut Chonudomkul *
E-mail: fscidrc@ku.ac.th
(Page 1055 - 1068)

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5.
Plant Growth Promoting Properties of Salt Tolerant Bacteria and Their Application as Microbial Inoculant for Seed Germination

Author: Nuntavun Riddech*, Dinh Thi Thai Ha, Do Thi Nhut and Thanaporn Phibunwatthanawong
E-mail: nunrid@kku.ac.th
(Page 1069 - 1083)

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6.
Reactive Oxygen Species Scavenging Enzyme Activities in Berangan Banana Plant Infected by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense

Author: Fung Shi Ming, Zuliana Razali and Chandran Somasundram*
E-mail: chandran@um.edu.my
(Page 1084 - 1095)

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7.
Amelioration of Oxidative Stress and Pathological Alterations in Alloxan-induced Diabetes Mice by Tithonia diversifolia Leaves Extract

Author: Lanchakon Chunudom, Montakarn Thongsom, Naymul Karim and Jitbanjong Tangpong*
E-mail: rjitbanj@wu.ac.th
(Page 1096 - 1106)

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8.
Improvement in Seed Surface Sterilization and in vitro Seed Germination of Ornamental and Medicinal Plant-Catharanthus roseus (L.)

Author: Alireza Ramandi, Iman Yousefi Javan, Farahnaz Mohammadi Tazehabadi, Ghorban Imani Asl, Reza Khosravanian and Mohammad Hadi Ebrahimzadeh*
E-mail: zarmehr2001@yahoo.com
(Page 1107 - 1112)

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9.
Influence of Climate on the Growth of Teak (Tectona grandis Linn. f.) at a Non-native Distributed Site in Northeastern Thailand

Author: Kritsadapan Palakit, Pichit Lumyai and Khwanchai Duangsathaporn*
E-mail: fforkcd@ku.ac.th
(Page 1113 - 1128)

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10.
Water Footprint and Virtual Water Flow of Cassava Starch of Thailand

Author: Manuswee Phanichnok, Khanidtha Meevasana and Pongthep Suwanwaree*
E-mail: pongthep@sut.ac.th
(Page 1129 - 1142)

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