Orapan Meesungnoen

Orapan Meesungnoen
Mahasarakham University · Department of Biology

Ph.D.

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The use of CRISPR/Cas (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats/CRISPR associated protein) for sequence-specific elimination of bacteria or resistance genes is a powerful tool for combating antibiotic resistance. However, this approach requires efficient delivery of CRISPR/Cas DNA cassette(s) into the targeted bacterial population....
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This research aimed to study siderophores secreted from Pseudomonas sp. PDMZnCd2003, a Zn/Cd tolerant bacterium. The effects of Zn and/or Cd stress were examined in nutrient broth to achieve the actual environmental conditions. Acid and alkali supernatants and liquid–liquid extraction with ethyl acetate and butanol were carried out to obtain crude...
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Nitrate contaminated water was a concerning environmental and health problems in agricultural areas. Due to its low organic carbon content, the water could not be purified by a conventional bioreactor of heterotrophic denitrification. Low‐cost bio‐electrochemical reactors were established with the aim of enhancing denitrification performance by co‐...
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Technogenic and anthropogenic activities are the major sources of heavy metals in the environment. Phytoremediation is the use of plants for environmental cleanup. Economically important plants with a short life cycle motivate local people provided they have phytoremediation application. In this context many ornamental plants have been evaluated fo...
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The aim of this research was to study the biochemical changes of bacteria isolated from Gynura pseudochina (L.) DC.’s rhizosphere: using Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) microspectroscopy. The six isolates studied were PDMZn2008, PDMCd0501, PDMCd2007, PDMCd2008, PDMZnCd1502 and PDMZnCd2003. The gram negative, non-spore forming bacteria were Zn-Cd...

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