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ศ. ดร. ปัทมา วิตยากร แรมโบ

ศ. ดร. ปัทมา วิตยากร แรมโบ

ภาควิชาพืชศาสตร์และทรัพยากรการเกษตร,
คณะเกษตรศาสตร์,
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Title Author Year SCOPUS PUBMED ISI TCI
1. Oxalate in vegetable amaranth (Amaranthus gangeticus). Forms, contents, and their possible implications for human health Vityakon, P. 1989
2. Effects of trees on paddy bund on soil fertility and rice growth in Northeast Thailand Sae-Lee, S.
Vityakon, P.
Prachaiyo, B.
1992
3. The traditional trees-in-paddy-fields agroecosystem of northeast Thailand: its potential for agroforestry development Vityakon, P. 1993
4. Modelling soil organic matter changes in ley-arable rotations in sandy soils of Northeast Thailand Vityakon, P. 1998
5. Soil organic matter and nitrogen transformation mediated by plant residues of different qualities in sandy acid upland and paddy soils Vityakon, P.
Meepech, S.
Cadisch, G.
Toomsan, B.
2000
6. The role of trees in countering land degradation in cultivated fields in Northeast Thailand Vityakon, P. 2001
7. From forest to farmfields: Changes in land use in undulating terrain of Northeast Thailand at different scales during the past century Vityakon, P.
Subhadhira, S.
Limpinuntana, V.
Srila, S.
Trelo-ges, V.
Sriboonlue, V.
2004
8. Dry season groundmit stover management practices determine nitrogen cycling efficiency and subsequent maize yields S Promsakha
N Sakonnakhon
B Toomsan
G Cadisch
EM Baggs
P Vityakon
V Limpinuntana
S Jogloy
A Patanothai
2005
9. Dry season groundnut stover management practices determine nitrogen cycling efficiency and subsequent maize yields Promsakha Na Sakonnakhon, S.
Toomsan, B.
Cadisch, G.
Baggs, E.M.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Jogloy, S.S.
Patanothai, A.
2005
10. Environmental influences on nitrogen transformation of different quality tree litter under submerged and aerobic conditions P Vityakon
N Dangthaisong
2005
11. Weeds - friend or foe? The role of weed composition on stover nutrient recycling efficiency Promsakha Na Sakonnakhon, S.
Cadisch, G.
Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Jogloy, S.S.
Patanothai, A.
2006
12. Degradation and restoration of sandy soils under different agricultural land uses in northeast thailand: A review Vityakon, P.
Vityakon, P.
2007
13. Sugarcane yield prediction in degraded sandy soil amelioration Tangkoonboribun, R.
Rauysoongnern, S.
Vityakon, P.
2007
14. Dynamics of residue decomposition and N2 fixation of grain legumes upon sugarcane residue retention as an alternative to burning Saowakon Hernwong
Georg Cadisch
Banyong Toomsan
Viriya Limpinuntana
Patma Vityakon
Aran Patanothai
2008
15. Interactions in decomposition and N mineralization between tropical legume residue components Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Patanothai, A.
Cadisch, G.
2008
16. Regulating mineral N release and greenhouse gas emissions by mixing groundnut residues and rice straw under field conditions W. Kaewpradit
B. Toomsan
P. Vityakon
V. Limpinuntana
P. Saenjan
S. Jogloy
A. Patanothai
G. Cadisch
2008
17. Mixing groundnut residues and rice straw to improve rice yield and N use efficiency W. Kampradit
B. Toomsan
G. Cadisch
P. Vityakon
V. Limpinuntana
P. Saenjan
S. Jogloy
A. Patanothai
2009
18. Sugarcane residue management and grain legume crop effects on N dynamics, N losses and growth of sugarcane S. Hemwong
B. Toomsan
G. Cadisch
V. Limpinuntana
P. Vityakon
A. Patanothai
2009
19. Effects of different quality plant residues on soil carbon accumulation and aggregate formation in atropical sandy soil in northeast Thailand as revealed by a 10-year field experiment P. Samahadthai
P. Vityakon
P. Saenjan
2010
20. Relationship between residue quality, decomposition patterns, and soil organic matter accumulation in a tropical sandy soil after 13 years Puttaso, A.
Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
Trelo-ges, V.
Cadisch, G.
2011
21. Does organic residue quality influence carbon retention in a tropical sandy soil? Aunnop Puttaso
Patma Vityakon
Frank Rasche
Patcharee Saenjan
Vidhaya Treloges
Georg Cadisch
2013
22. Soil fungal communities and enzyme activities in a sandy, highly weathered tropical soil treated with biochemically contrasting organic inputs Kamolmanit, B.
Vityakon, P.
Kaewpradit, W.
Cadisch, G.
Rasche, F.
2013
23. Can't see the forest for the rice: factors influencing spatial variations in the density of trees in paddy fields in northeast Thailand. Moriaki Watanabe
Patma Vityakon
A. Terry Rambo
2014
24. Mechanisms controlling soil organic carbon composition pertaining to microbial decomposition of biochemically contrasting organic residues: Evidence from midDRIFTS peak area analysis Benjapon Kunlanit
Patma Vityakon
Aunnop Puttaso
Georg Cadisch
Frank Rasche
2014
25. Biochar characteristics and application rates affecting corn growth and properties of soils contrasting in texture and mineralogy Somchai Butnan
Jonathan L. Deenik
Banyong Toomsan
Michael J. Antal
Patma Vityakon
2015
26. Methane Fluxes and Rice Yields as a Function of Sulfate Fertilizer with Incorporated Rice Stubble Patcharee Saenjan
Sophoanrith Ro
Patma Vityakon
2015
27. Biochar and rice straw have different effects on soil productivity, greenhouse gas emission and carbon sequestration in Northeast Thailand paddy soil Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
2016
28. Biochar Properties Influencing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Tropical Soils Differing in Texture and Mineralogy. Somchai Butnan
Jonathan L. Deenik
Banyong Toomsan
Michael J. Antal
Patma Vityakon
2016
29. Response of methane emissions, redox potential, and pH to eucalyptus biochar and rice straw addition in a paddy soil Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
2016
30. Biochar properties affecting carbon stability in soils contrasting in texture and mineralogy Deenik, J.L.
Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
2017
31. Factors Influencing Variations in the Density, Extent of Canopy Cover, and Origin of Trees in Paddy Fields in a Rainfed Rice-Farming Village in Northeast Thailand Vityakon, P.
Rambo, A.T.
2017
32. Initial contents of residue quality parameters predict effects of larger soil fauna on decomposition of contrasting quality residues Iwai, C.B.
Choosai, C.
Vityakon, P.
2017
33. Charcoal production and distribution as a source of energy and its potential gain for soil amendment in Northeast Thailand S. Butnan
B. Toomsan
P. Vityakon
2018
34. Carbonaceous Greenhouse Gases and Microbial Abundance in Paddy Soil under Combined Biochar and Rice Straw Amendment Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
Lawongsa, P.
2019
35. Land-Use Changes Influencing C Sequestration and Quality in Topsoil and Subsoil Kunlanit, B.
Vityakon, P.
2019
36. Vertical dynamics of dissolved organic carbon in relation to organic input quality and microaggregate formation in a coarse- textured Ultisol Benjapon Kunlanit
Frank Rasche
Aunnop Puttaso
Georg Cadisch
Patma Vityakon
2019
37. Vertical dynamics of dissolved organic carbon in relation to organic input quality and microaggregate formation in a coarse– textured Ultisol Kunlanit, B.
Rasche, F.
Puttaso, A.
Cadisch, G.
Vityakon, P.
2019
38. The interactive effects of soil disturbance and residue quality on soil nitrogen mineralisation in a tropical sandy soil Vityakon, P. 2020
Count 34 2 23 1

Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Oxalate in vegetable amaranth (Amaranthus gangeticus). Forms, contents, and their possible implications for human health Vityakon, P. 1989 Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
4 (48), pp. 469-474
2. Effects of trees on paddy bund on soil fertility and rice growth in Northeast Thailand Sae-Lee, S.
Vityakon, P.
Prachaiyo, B.
1992 Agroforestry Systems
3 (18), pp. 213-223
3. The traditional trees-in-paddy-fields agroecosystem of northeast Thailand: its potential for agroforestry development Vityakon, P. 1993 Regional Development Dialogue
1 (14), pp. 125-148
4. Modelling soil organic matter changes in ley-arable rotations in sandy soils of Northeast Thailand Vityakon, P. 1998 European Journal of Soil Science
3 (49), pp. 463-470
5. Soil organic matter and nitrogen transformation mediated by plant residues of different qualities in sandy acid upland and paddy soils Vityakon, P.
Meepech, S.
Cadisch, G.
Toomsan, B.
2000 NJAS - Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences
1 (48), pp. 75-90
6. The role of trees in countering land degradation in cultivated fields in Northeast Thailand Vityakon, P. 2001 Southeast Asian Studies
3 (39), pp. 398-416
7. From forest to farmfields: Changes in land use in undulating terrain of Northeast Thailand at different scales during the past century Vityakon, P.
Subhadhira, S.
Limpinuntana, V.
Srila, S.
Trelo-ges, V.
Sriboonlue, V.
2004 Southeast Asian Studies
4 (41), pp. 444-472
8. Dry season groundnut stover management practices determine nitrogen cycling efficiency and subsequent maize yields Promsakha Na Sakonnakhon, S.
Toomsan, B.
Cadisch, G.
Baggs, E.M.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Jogloy, S.S.
Patanothai, A.
2005 Plant and Soil
1-2 (272), pp. 183-199
9. Weeds - Friend or foe? The role of weed composition on stover nutrient recycling efficiency Promsakha Na Sakonnakhon, S.
Cadisch, G.
Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Jogloy, S.S.
Patanothai, A.
2006 Field Crops Research
2-3 (97), pp. 238-247
10. Degradation and restoration of sandy soils under different agricultural land uses in northeast Thailand: A review Vityakon, P.
Vityakon, P.
2007 Land Degradation and Development
5 (18), pp. 567-577
11. Sugarcane yield prediction in degraded sandy soil amelioration Tangkoonboribun, R.
Rauysoongnern, S.
Vityakon, P.
2007 Sugar Tech
1 (9), pp. 51-56
12. Dynamics of residue decomposition and N2 fixation of grain legumes upon sugarcane residue retention as an alternative to burning Hemwong, S.
Cadisch, G.
Toomsan, B.
Limpinuntana, V.
Vityakon, P.
Patanothai, A.
2008 Soil and Tillage Research
1 (99), pp. 84-97
13. Interactions in decomposition and N mineralization between tropical legume residue components Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Patanothai, A.
Cadisch, G.
2008 Agroforestry Systems
2 (72), pp. 137-148
14. Regulating mineral N release and greenhouse gas emissions by mixing groundnut residues and rice straw under field conditions Kaewpradit, W.
Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Saenjan, P.
Jogloy, S.S.
Patanothai, A.
Cadisch, G.
2008 European Journal of Soil Science
4 (59), pp. 640-652
15. Mixing groundnut residues and rice straw to improve rice yield and N use efficiency Kaewpradit, W.
Toomsan, B.
Cadisch, G.
Vityakon, P.
Limpinuntana, V.
Saenjan, P.
Jogloy, S.S.
Patanothai, A.
2009 Field Crops Research
2 (110), pp. 130-138
16. Sugarcane residue management and grain legume crop effects on N dynamics, N losses and growth of sugarcane Hemwong, S.
Toomsan, B.
Cadisch, G.
Limpinuntana, V.
Vityakon, P.
Patanothai, A.
2009 Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems
2 (83), pp. 135-151
17. Effects of different quality plant residues on soil carbon accumulation and aggregate formation in atropical sandy soil in northeast Thailand as revealed by a 10-year field experiment Samahadthaiy, P.
Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
2010 Land Degradation and Development
5 (21), pp. 463-473
18. Relationship between residue quality, decomposition patterns, and soil organic matter accumulation in a tropical sandy soil after 13 years Puttaso, A.
Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
Trelo-ges, V.
Cadisch, G.
2011 Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems
2 (89), pp. 159-174
19. Does organic residue quality influence carbon retention in a tropical sandy soil? Puttaso, A.
Vityakon, P.
Rasche, F.
Saenjan, P.
Treloges, V.
Cadisch, G.
2013 Soil Science Society of America Journal
3 (77), pp. 1001-1011
20. Soil fungal communities and enzyme activities in a sandy, highly weathered tropical soil treated with biochemically contrasting organic inputs Kamolmanit, B.
Vityakon, P.
Kaewpradit, W.
Cadisch, G.
Rasche, F.
2013 Biology and Fertility of Soils
7 (49), pp. 905-917
21. Can't see the forest for the rice: Factors influencing spatial variations in the density of trees in paddy fields in Northeast Thailand Watanabe, M.
Vityakon, P.
Vityakon, P.
Rambo, A.T.
2014 Environmental Management
2 (53), pp. 343-356
22. Mechanisms controlling soil organic carbon composition pertaining to microbial decomposition of biochemically contrasting organic residues: Evidence from midDRIFTS peak area analysis Kunlanit, B.
Vityakon, P.
Puttaso, A.
Cadisch, G.
Rasche, F.
2014 Soil Biology and Biochemistry
(76), pp. 100-108
23. Biochar characteristics and application rates affecting corn growth and properties of soils contrasting in texture and mineralogy Deenik, J.L.
Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
2015 Geoderma
(237), pp. 105-116
24. Biochar and rice straw have different effects on soil productivity, greenhouse gas emission and carbon sequestration in Northeast Thailand paddy soil Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
2016 Agriculture and Natural Resources
3 (50), pp. 192-198
25. Biochar properties influencing greenhouse gas emissions in tropical soils differing in texture and mineralogy Deenik, J.L.
Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
2016 Journal of Environmental Quality
5 (45), pp. 1509-1519
26. Response of methane emissions, redox potential, and pH to eucalyptus biochar and rice straw addition in a paddy soil Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
2016 Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology
3 (38), pp. 325-331
27. Biochar properties affecting carbon stability in soils contrasting in texture and mineralogy Deenik, J.L.
Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
2017 Agriculture and Natural Resources
6 (51), pp. 492-498
28. Factors influencing variations in the density, extent of canopy cover, and origin of trees in paddy fields in a rainfed rice-farming village in Northeast Thailand Vityakon, P.
Rambo, A.T.
2017 Southeast Asian Studies
2 (6), pp. 307-324
29. Initial contents of residue quality parameters predict effects of larger soil fauna on decomposition of contrasting quality residues Iwai, C.B.
Choosai, C.
Vityakon, P.
2017 Agriculture and Natural Resources
5 (51), pp. 338-346
30. Charcoal production and distribution as a source of energy and its potential gain for soil amendment in Northeast Thailand Toomsan, B.
Vityakon, P.
2018 Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
2 (26), pp. 643-658
31. Carbonaceous greenhouse gases and microbial abundance in paddy soil under combined biochar and rice straw amendment Vityakon, P.
Saenjan, P.
Lawongsa, P.
2019 Agronomy
5 (9), pp.
32. Land-use changes influencing C sequestration and quality in topsoil and subsoil Kunlanit, B.
Vityakon, P.
2019 Agronomy
9 (9), pp.
33. Vertical dynamics of dissolved organic carbon in relation to organic input quality and microaggregate formation in a coarse– textured Ultisol Kunlanit, B.
Rasche, F.
Puttaso, A.
Cadisch, G.
Vityakon, P.
2019 European Journal of Soil Science
(), pp.
34. The interactive effects of soil disturbance and residue quality on soil nitrogen mineralisation in a tropical sandy soil Vityakon, P. 2020 Soil Research
3 (58), pp. 277-288

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. Can't see the forest for the rice: factors influencing spatial variations in the density of trees in paddy fields in northeast Thailand. Watanabe, M
Vityakon, P
Rambo, AT
2014 Environmental management
2 (53), pp. 343-56
2. Biochar Properties Influencing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Tropical Soils Differing in Texture and Mineralogy. Butnan, S
Deenik, JL
Toomsan, B
Antal, MJ
Vityakon, P
2016 Journal of environmental quality
5 (45), pp. 1509-1519

Title Authors Year Journal title Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Dry season groundmit stover management practices determine nitrogen cycling efficiency and subsequent maize yields S Promsakha
N Sakonnakhon
B Toomsan
G Cadisch
EM Baggs
P Vityakon
V Limpinuntana
S Jogloy
A Patanothai
2005 PLANT AND SOIL
1-2 (272.0), pp. 183.0-199.0
26 0 0 0 0 0 26
2. Environmental influences on nitrogen transformation of different quality tree litter under submerged and aerobic conditions P Vityakon
N Dangthaisong
2005 AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
3.0 (63.0), pp. 225.0-236.0
28 0 0 0 0 0 28
3. Weeds - friend or foe? The role of weed composition on stover nutrient recycling efficiency SPN Sakonnakhon
G Cadisch
B Toomsan
P Vityakon
V Limpinuntana
S Jogloy
A Patanothai
2006 FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
2-3 (97.0), pp. 238.0-247.0
17 0 0 0 0 0 17
4. Degradation and restoration of sandy soils under different agricultural land uses in northeast thailand: A review P. Vityakon 2007 LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT
5.0 (18.0), pp. 567.0-577.0
19 0 0 0 0 0 19
5. Dynamics of residue decomposition and N-2 fixation of grain legumes upon sugarcane residue retention as an alternative to burning Saowakon Hernwong
Georg Cadisch
Banyong Toomsan
Viriya Limpinuntana
Patma Vityakon
Aran Patanothai
2008 SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH
1.0 (99.0), pp. 84.0-97.0
13 0 0 0 0 0 13
6. Interactions in decomposition and N mineralization between tropical legume residue components Srisuda Thippayarugs
Banyong Toomsan
Patma Vityakon
Viriya Limpinuntana
Aran Patanothai
Georg Cadisch
2008 AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
2.0 (72.0), pp. 137.0-148.0
26 0 0 0 0 0 26
7. Regulating mineral N release and greenhouse gas emissions by mixing groundnut residues and rice straw under field conditions W. Kaewpradit
B. Toomsan
P. Vityakon
V. Limpinuntana
P. Saenjan
S. Jogloy
A. Patanothai
G. Cadisch
2008 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
4.0 (59.0), pp. 640.0-652.0
32 0 0 0 0 0 32
8. Mixing groundnut residues and rice straw to improve rice yield and N use efficiency W. Kampradit
B. Toomsan
G. Cadisch
P. Vityakon
V. Limpinuntana
P. Saenjan
S. Jogloy
A. Patanothai
2009 FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
2.0 (110.0), pp. 130.0-138.0
16 0 0 0 0 0 16
9. Sugarcane residue management and grain legume crop effects on N dynamics, N losses and growth of sugarcane S. Hemwong
B. Toomsan
G. Cadisch
V. Limpinuntana
P. Vityakon
A. Patanothai
2009 NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
2.0 (83.0), pp. 135.0-151.0
21 0 0 0 0 0 21
10. EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT QUALITY PLANT RESIDUES ON SOIL CARBON ACCUMULATION AND AGGREGATE FORMATION IN A TROPICAL SANDY SOIL IN NORTHEAST THAILAND AS REVEALED BY A 10-YEAR FIELD EXPERIMENT P. Samahadthai
P. Vityakon
P. Saenjan
2010 LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT
5.0 (21.0), pp. 463.0-473.0
28 0 0 0 0 0 28
11. Relationship between residue quality, decomposition patterns, and soil organic matter accumulation in a tropical sandy soil after 13 years A. Puttaso
P. Vityakon
P. Saenjan
V. Trelo-ges
G. Cadisch
2011 NUTRIENT CYCLING IN AGROECOSYSTEMS
2.0 (89.0), pp. 159.0-174.0
48 0 0 0 0 0 48
12. Does Organic Residue Quality Influence Carbon Retention in a Tropical Sandy Soil? Aunnop Puttaso
Patma Vityakon
Frank Rasche
Patcharee Saenjan
Vidhaya Treloges
Georg Cadisch
2013 SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL
3.0 (77.0), pp. 1001.0-1011.0
24 0 0 0 0 0 24
13. Soil fungal communities and enzyme activities in a sandy, highly weathered tropical soil treated with biochemically contrasting organic inputs Bhanudacha Kamolmanit
Patma Vityakon
Wanwipa Kaewpradit
Georg Cadisch
Frank Rasche
2013 BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
7.0 (49.0), pp. 905.0-917.0
20 0 0 0 0 0 20
14. Can't See the Forest for the Rice: Factors Influencing Spatial Variations in the Density of Trees in Paddy Fields in Northeast Thailand Moriaki Watanabe
Patma Vityakon
A. Terry Rambo
2014 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
2.0 (53.0), pp. 343.0-356.0
9 0 0 0 0 0 9
15. Mechanisms controlling soil organic carbon composition pertaining to microbial decomposition of biochemically contrasting organic residues: Evidence from midDRIFTS peak area analysis Benjapon Kunlanit
Patma Vityakon
Aunnop Puttaso
Georg Cadisch
Frank Rasche
2014 SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
(76.0), pp. 100.0-108.0
32 0 0 0 0 0 32
16. Biochar characteristics and application rates affecting corn growth and properties of soils contrasting in texture and mineralogy Somchai Butnan
Jonathan L. Deenik
Banyong Toomsan
Michael J. Antal
Patma Vityakon
2015 GEODERMA
(237.0), pp. 105.0-116.0
175 5 0 0 0 0 180
17. Biochar Properties Influencing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Tropical Soils Differing in Texture and Mineralogy Somchai Butnan
Jonathan L. Deenik
Banyong Toomsan
Michael J. Antal
Patma Vityakon
2016 JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
5.0 (45.0), pp. 1509.0-1519.0
12 0 0 0 0 0 12
18. Factors Influencing Variations in the Density, Extent of Canopy Cover, and Origin of Trees in Paddy Fields in a Rainfed Rice-Farming Village in Northeast Thailand Watanabe Moriaki
Patma Vityakon
A. Terry Rambo
2017 SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
2.0 (6.0), pp. 307.0-324.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19. Charcoal Production and Distribution as a Source of Energy and its Potential Gain for Soil Amendment in Northeast Thailand S. Butnan
B. Toomsan
P. Vityakon
2018 PERTANIKA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES
2.0 (26.0), pp. 643.0-658.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20. Carbonaceous Greenhouse Gases and Microbial Abundance in Paddy Soil under Combined Biochar and Rice Straw Amendment Supitrada Kumputa
Patma Vityakon
Patcharee Saenjan
Phrueksa Lawongsa
2019 AGRONOMY-BASEL
5.0 (9.0), pp.
2 0 0 0 0 0 2
21. Land-Use Changes Influencing C Sequestration and Quality in Topsoil and Subsoil Benjapon Kunlanit
Somchai Butnan
Patma Vityakon
2019 AGRONOMY-BASEL
9.0 (9.0), pp.
1 0 0 0 0 0 1
22. Vertical dynamics of dissolved organic carbon in relation to organic input quality and microaggregate formation in a coarse- textured Ultisol Benjapon Kunlanit
Frank Rasche
Aunnop Puttaso
Georg Cadisch
Patma Vityakon
2019 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
(), pp.
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
23. The interactive effects of soil disturbance and residue quality on soil nitrogen mineralisation in a tropical sandy soil Somchai Butnan
Patma Vityakon
2020 SOIL RESEARCH
3.0 (58.0), pp. 277.0-288.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. Methane Fluxes and Rice Yields as a Function of Sulfate Fertilizer with Incorporated Rice Stubble Patcharee Saenjan
Sophoanrith Ro
Patma Vityakon
2015 KKU Research Journal
3 (20), pp. 337-345

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