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Ms. Yanika Watcharatewinkul

Scholarship
Source : Strategic Scholarships for Frontier Research Network for the Join Ph.D. Program Thai Doctoral degree, Office of the Higher Education Commission, Thailand
Duration : 4 years
Research outputs
Articles in Journals

Watcharatewinkul, Y., Uttapap, D., Puttanlek, C. and Rungsardthong, V., 2010, “Enzyme digestibility and acid/shear stability of heat-moisture treated canna starch”, Starch/Stärke, Vol. 62, No. 3–4, pp. 205–216.
Watcharatewinkul, Y., Puttanlek, C., Rungsardthong, V. and Uttapap, D., 2009, “Pasting properties of a heat-moisture treated canna starch in relation to its structural characteristics”, Carbohydrate Polymers, Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 505–511.
Watcharatewinkul, Y., Puttanlek, C., Rungsardthong, V. and Uttapap, D., 2006, “Production of lactic acid from hydrolysate of newspaper by Enterococcus faecium SU-1”, KMUTT Research and Development Journal, Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 301–317.
Published contributions to academic conferences
Watcharatewinkul, Y., Puttanlek, C., Rungsardthong, V. and Uttapap, D., 2008, “Pasting properties of a heat-moisture treated canna starch in relation to its structural characteristics”, CHE-USDC CONGRESS I, September 5–7, Ambassador Hotel, Chonburi, Thailand.
Watcharatewinkul, Y., Puttanlek, C., Rungsardthong, V. and Uttapap, D., 2005, “Production of lactic acid from newspaper hydrolysate by Enterococcus faecium SU-1 isolated from silage”, The 31th Congress on Science and Technology of Thailand, October 18–20, Suranaree University, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

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