Dr. Angsana Akarapisan
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Dr. Angsana Akarapisan

Assistant Professor
Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from University of Bath, England

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Dr Angsana Akarapisan is the Assistant Professor at Faculty of Agriculture, Chiang Mai University. Dr. Angsana Akarapisan has served as associated Dean in Academic Affair (2009-2012) and the coordinator Center for Agricultural Biotechnology (CAB-CMU) since 2012 and head of department entomology and plant pathology,Faculty of Agriculture, Chiang Mai University (2015- present).

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
Agricultural Extension
Biological Control
Plant Pathology

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Akarapisan, A., W. Kuenpech and K. Srima, 2016. Huanglongbing (HLB) incidence on 2-3 years old tangerine trees (Citrus reticulata) grown from disease-free nursery stock. J. Agric. Technol., 12: 1-9.
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  2. Sirinunta, A. and A. Akarapisan, 2015. Screening of antagonistic bacteria for controlling Cercospora coffeicola in Arabica coffee. J. Agric. Technol., 11: 1209-1218.
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  3. Kuntawee, S. and A. Akarapisan, 2015. Isolation and identification of Aspergillus species producing Ochratoxin A in Arabica coffee beans. J. Agric. Technol., 11: 1235-1242.
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  4. Srimai, K. and A. Akarapisan, 2014. Bacillus subtilis LBF02 as Biocontrol Agent Against Leaf Spot Diseases Caused by Cercospora lactucae-sativae in Lettuce. J. Agric. Sci., 6: 151-158.
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  5. Kumsingkaew, S. and A. Akarapisan, 2014. Efficiency of Bacillus subtilis EPB14 as biocontrol to control bacterial leaf blight of anthurium. J. Agric. Technol., 10: 755-766.
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  6. Kuenpech, W. and A. Akarapisan, 2014. Pichia sp. Y2 as a potential biological control agent for anthracnose of Lady`s Slipper. J. Agric. Technol., 10: 449-457.
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  7. Puangmalai, P., N. Potapohn, A. Akarapisarn and H.J. Pascha, 2013. Inheritance of tomato necrotic spot virus resistance in Capsicum annuum. J. Agric. Sci., 5: 129-133.
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  8. Kaewjan, P., C. Sittikul, R. Cheewangkoon, K.D. Hyde and A. Akarapisan, 2012. Mycosphaerella and Other Fungi Associated with Banana Leaf Diseases from Northern Thailand. J. Nat. Sci., 11: 25-32.
  9. Chompupoung, A., S. Kumphai, C. Sittigul, A. Akarapisan, W. Bundithya and N. Potapohn, 2012. Study of Powdery Mildew Resistance in Seven Lines of Snow Pea, Pisum sativum. J. Agric. Sci., 4: 209-216.
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  10. Chompupoung, A., A. Akarapisan, W. Bundithya and N. Potapohn, 2012. Investigation of Powdery Mildew Resistance in Snow Pea Hybrids Using DNA Marker. J. Agric. Sci., 28: 155-163.
  11. Nareawuttikun, N. and A. Akarapisan, 2010. Evaluation of Bacterial Antagonistic Efficiency for Control of Sclerotium rolfsii and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici Causing Tomato Soil Borne Diseases. J. Agric., 26: 147-154.
  12. Soonkay, K. and A. Akarapisan, 2009. Control of Phytophthora Blight of Sweet Pepper by Antagonistic Bacteria. J. Agric. Res. Extension, 26: 33-39.
  13. Sangmanee, P., A. Bhromsiri and A. Akarapisan, 2009. The potential of endophytic actinomycetes, (Streptomyces sp.) for the biocontrol of powdery mildew disease in sweet pea (Pisum sativum). Asian J. Food Agro-Ind., 2: 93-98.
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  14. Piwkhao, K. and A. Akarapisan, 2009. Detection of Huanglongbing (Greening) in Pomelo Orchards for Export at Wiang Kaen District, Chiang Rai Province. J. Agric. Res. Extension, 26: 40-46.
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  15. Jomin, S., A. Akarapisan, C. Sittigul and C. Duangsaard, 2009. Efficacy of Trichoderma spp. Collected from Chiang Mai Province for Controlling Sclerotium rolfsii. J. Agric., 25: 21-29.
  16. Jom-in, S. and A. Akarapisan, 2009. Characterization of double-stranded RNA in Trichoderma spp. isolates in Chiang Mai province. J. Agric. Technol., 5: 261-270.
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  17. Inpitak, P. and A. Akarapisan, 2009. Screening of rhizobacteria for controling citrus root rot disease and their protential for promoting plant growth. J. Agric., 25: 1-8.