Dr. Narin  Thongwittaya

Dr. Narin Thongwittaya

Research Scientist
Maejo University, Thailand


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition from Ehime University, Japan

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Animal Nutrition
62%
Animal Health
90%
Animal Production
75%
Animal Breeding
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Wonnakom, P., Y. Opatpatanakit, B. Maneewon, N. Thongwittaya and N. Chokethaworn, 2017. Chemical composition and nutrients digestibility of thai native chicken feed containing various levels of pond snail meal. Sci. Technol. Asia, 22: 10-15.
  2. Chompupan, K., B. Maneewan, N. Thongwittaya and K. Chukiatsiri, 2015. Yield and chemical composition of dried and fermented Spirodela polyrrhiza as protein source in chicken ration. Thai J. Anim. Sci., 2: 313-316.
  3. Thongwittaya, N., N. Imsombat, N. Chokethaworn and P. Manochai, 2012. Using of longan seed meal for broiler diets. Khon Kaen J., 2: 285-288.
  4. Thirabunyanon, M. and N. Thongwittaya, 2012. Protection activity of a novel probiotic strain of Bacillus subtilis against Salmonella Enteritidis infection. Res. Vet. Sci., 93: 74-81.
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  5. Lokaewmanee, K., K. Yamauchi and N. Thongwittaya, 2012. Effects of fermented plant product on growth performance, some blood variables, carcase characteristics and intestinal histology in broilers. Br. Poult. Sci., 53: 215-223.
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  6. Ruttanavut, J., K. Yamauchi and N. Thongwittaya, 2011. Utilization of eco-feed containing Mugwort microorganism compounds as a feed ingredient source for layer hens. Am. J. Anim. Vet. Sci., 6: 282-288.
  7. Maneewan, C., K.E. Yamauchi, M. Thirabunyanon, S. Siri, A. Mekbungwan and N. Thongwittaya, 2011. Development of Bacillus subtilis MP and effective utilization on productivity and microorganisms in feces of suckling piglets. Int. J. Applied Res. Vet. Med., 9: 382-388.
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  8. Khonyoung, D., K. Yamauchi, T. Buwjoom, B. Maneewan, N. Thongwittaya and T. Masanori, 2011. No damage of dietary dried fermented ginger diet without antibiotics on growth performance in broilers reared in tropical area. Am. J. Anim. Vet. Sci., 6: 65-68.
  9. Thongwittaya, N., C. Charoenkul and S. Deejing, 2010. Identification of white rot fungi from bamboo base for animal production. Khon Kaen Agric. J., 38: 15-19, (In Thai).
  10. Incharoen, T., K. Yamauchi and N. Thongwittaya, 2010. Intestinal villus histological alterations in broilers fed dietary dried fermented ginger. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 94: e130-e137.
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  11. Sukyuen, S., P. Siriwan and N. Thongwittaya, 2008. Effects of fermented pineapple peel meal with microorganisms supplementation on production performance in broilers. J. Agric. Res. Ext., 25: 9-16, (In Thai).
  12. Didgrew, A., P. Siriwan, N. Thongwittaya and W. Prokati, 2008. Effects of papain supplementation on productive performance in broilers. J. Agric. Res. Ext., 25: 17-23, (In Thai).
  13. Thongwittaya, N., 2007. Substitution of plant protein for fish meal in the diet of laying ducks. Anim. Sci. J., 78: 351-355.
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  14. Yamauchi, K., M. Samanya, K. Seki, N. Ijiri and N. Thongwittaya, 2006. Influence of dietary sesame meal level on histological alterations of the intestinal mucosa and growth performance of chickens. J. Applied Poult. Res., 15: 266-273.
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  15. Mekbungwa, A., N. Thongwittaya and K. Yamauchi, 2004. Digestibility of soybean and pigeon pea seed meals and morphological intestinal alterations in pigs. J. Vet. Med. Sci., 66: 627-633.
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  16. Buwjoom, T., S. Tangtaweewipat, N. Thongwittaya and K. Yamauchi, 2004. Chemical composition, nutritent digestibility and metabolizable energy of shiitake mushroom stalk meal. J. Poult. Sci., 41: 322-328.
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  17. Mekbungwa, A., N. Thongwittaya and K. Yamauchi, 2003. Histological alterations of intestinal villi in growing pigs fed soybean and pigeon pea seed meals. Can. J. Anim. Sci., 83: 755-760.
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  18. Mekbungwan, A., K.E. Yamauchi and N. Thongwittaya, 2002. Intestinal morphology and enteral nutrient absorption of pigeon pea seed meal in piglets. Anim. Sci. J., 73: 509-516.
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  19. Tarachai, P., N. Thongwittaya, H. Kamisoyama and K.E. Yamauchi, 1999. Effective utilization of soybean curd residue for chicken feed as a plant protein source. Jpn. Poult. Sci., 36: 311-318.
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  20. Mekbungwan, A., W. Yothinsirikul, N. Thongwittaya and K.E. Yamauchi, 1999. Effects of dietary pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan L.) seed meal on growth performance in piglets and growing pigs. Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho, 70: 201-206.
  21. Thongwittaya, N. and I. Tasaki, 1994. Effects of dietary fiber levels on the performance of Khaki Campbell Thai native ducks. Thai J. Agric. Sci., 27: 277-291.
  22. Thongwittaya, N., P. Pleumsamran, N. Choktawoen and I. Tasaki, 1992. Energy and protein requirements of Khaki Campbell x Thai native growing ducks. Asian-Australasian J. Anim. Sci., 5: 357-363.
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  23. Thongwittaya, N. and P. Puranapong, 1992. Optimum level of fish meal on Khaki Campbell x Thai native duckling and growing ducks. J. Agric. Res. Ext., 8: 1-13, (In Thai).
  24. Thongwittaya, N. and I. Tasaki, 1992. Dietary fish meal requirement of Khaki Campbell x Thai Native ducks. Warasan Samnakngan Khana Kammakan Wichai Haeng Chat, 24: 19-30.
  25. Thongwittaya, N., P. Pleumsamran and N. Choktawoen, 1991. A study on crude fiber requirement of Khaki Campbell x native crossbred ducks. III. Laying duck (18-36 weeks). J. Agric. Res. Ext., 8: 50-56.
  26. Thongwittaya, N., 1991. A study on floor space requirement of laying duck. J. Agric. Res. Ext., 8: 10-17, (In Thai).
  27. Thongwittaya, N., P. Pleumsamran and N. Choktawoen, 1990. A study on energy requirement of Khaki campbell x native crossbred ducks. III. Laying duck (18-36 weeks). J. Agric. Res. Ext., 7: 77-89, (In Thai).
  28. Thongwittaya, N., 1989. Growth performance of growing ducks under different rearing system. J. Agric. Res. Ext., 6: 134-143, (In Thai).