1. The culture of pearl oysters, pinctada fucata (gould, 1850) in phuket with temperature shock method and survival rates on various feeds
Kanjanachatree, K., Piyathamrongrut, K., and Rativat, V.

2. Sediment quality and production data of black tiger shrimp (penaeus monodon) culture under code of conduct for responsible shrimp aquaculture (coc) system and ordinary system of intensive shrimp farms
Songsangjinda, P., Limsuwan, C., Pornpinidvorakul, P., Keawtawee, T., Muangyao, P., and Klaysri, S.

3. Fish meal quality evaluated by chemical analysis and feed microscopy techniques
Tantikitti, C., Kuprasert, S., Laohabanjong, R., Srichanun, M., Arthan, A., and Supamattaya, K.

4. Effect of dietary pigment on growth performance and disease resistance in black tiger shrimp post larva (penaeus monodon, fabricius)
Tanmark, N., Kiriratnikom, S., Supamattaya, K., Boonyaratpalin, M., and Kliangpradit, A.

5. Effects of thai medicinal plants on pathogenic bacterial, growth performance, health condition and disease resistance in black tiger shrimp (penaeus monodon fabricius)
Supamattaya, K., Suntornchareonnon, N., Boonyaratpalin, M., Ruangsri, J., Tattanon, T., and Klowkliang, T.

6. Effects of carotenoid sources on growth performance, blood parameters, disease resistance and stress tolerance in black tiger shrimp (penaeus monodon fabricius)
Supamattaya, K., Kiriratnikom, S., Rungsombat, P., Boonyaratpalin, M., and Kliangpradit, A.

7. The effects of green tea extract additive feeds on the growth performance and survival rate of the giant freshwater prawn (macrobrachium rosenbergii)
Whangchai, N., Chitmanat, C., Pimpimol, T., and Matsumura, M.

8. Effects of ochratoxin a and deoxynivalenol on growth performance and immuno-physiological parameters in black tiger shrimp (penaeus monodon)
Kidchakan Supamattaya, Noppadon Sukrakanchana, Mali Boonyaratpalin, Dian Schatzmayr and Vuttikorn Chittiwan

9. Effect of plant from 5 sources on digestibility coefficient and growth performance in the sex-reversed red tilapia (oreochromis niloticus linn.)
Phromkunthong, W., Phromkerd, W. and Nakachart, D.

10. Effects of spirulina sp. on growth performance and antibody levels in hybrid catfish, clarias macrocephalus x clarias gariepinus (burchell)
Phromkunthong, W. and Pipattanawattanakul, A.

11. Effects of various levels of spirulina on growth performance and pigmentation in goldfish (carassius aurarus)
Kiriratnikom, S., Zaau, R. and Suwanpugdee, A.

12. Use of fish processing waste as protein source in diet for nile tilapia (orechromis niloticus)
Chimsung, N., Boonmanee, A., Songsrioon, W., Thaitabak, S. and Chotipuntu, P.

13. Effects of phytase on enhancement of phosphorus utilization for feeds with plant materials in sex-reversed red tilapia (oreochromis niloticus linn.)
Phromkunthong, W. and Musakopat, A.

14. Effects of aflatoxin b1 on sex reversed red tilapia (oreochromis niloticus linn. x o. mossambicus peters)
Usanno, O. 1 , Chaisilapasung, S. , Sukrakanchana, N. and Supamattaya, K.

15. Mbv infection in various stages of black tiger shrimp (penaeus monodon)
Chotikachinda, R., Phongdara, A., Ruangsri, J. and Supamattaya, K.

16. Prevalence of taura syndrome virus (tsv) and infectious hypodermal and haema- topoietic necrosis virus (ihhnv) in white shrimp (penaeus vannamei) populations and susceptibility to infection of some aquatic species native to thailand
Ruangsri, J., Kiriratnikom, S., Sukrakanchana, N. , Arunrat, S., Sukasem, N. , Klowklieng, T. , Kasornchandra, J. and Supamattaya, K.

17. Import risk analysis: a case study of white shrimp in thailand
Sukrakanchana, N., Kiriratnikom, S. , Ruangsri, J. and Supamattaya, K.

18. Immune response of black tiger shrimp (penaeus monodon fabricius) to yellow head virus (yhv) and white spot syndrome virus (wssv)
Ruangsri, J., Phongdara, A., Prasertsan, P. and Supamattaya, K.

19. Application of spirulina platensis for prevention of white spot syndrome virus in post larvae and juvenile black tiger shrimp (penaeus monodon)
Hemtanon, P. , Direkbusarakom, S. and Bunyaviwat, V.

20. Growth inhibition of shrimp pathogens by isolated gastrointestinal microflora of macrobrachium rosenbergii de man
Seehanat, S., Budtacup, L., Kangklang, S. and Leelavatcharamas, V.

21. The application of fluorescence in situ hybridization (fish) technique for studying the microbial communities in intestinal tissues of white shrimp (penaeus vannamei)
Viriyapongsutee, B., Chaisarn, D. , Kiriratnikom, S., Intrasungkha, N., Prasertsan, P. and Supamattaya, K.

22. Residues of oxytetracycline, sulfamethoxazole, sulfamethoxazole+trimethoprim and enrofloxacin after withdrawal time in white shrimp (penaeus vannamei) detected by microbial inhibition disc assay versus screening test kit “sam-test”
Chalermchaikit, T., Dilokkiat, S., Srisagha, S. and Lertworapreecha, N.

23. Streptococcosis in seabass (lates calcarifer)
Wanman, C., Klowklieng, T. and Supamattaya, K.

24. Streptococcus agalactiae infection in tilapia (oreochromis niloticus)
Suanyuk, N., Kanghear, H., Khongpradit, R. and Supamattaya, K.

25. Trypanosomiasis in hybrid catfish (clarias macrocephalus x clarias gariepinus) and other freshwater fishes
Supamattaya, K., Ruangsri, J., Ruggamol, R., Songpradit, A.

26. Diversity and distribution of parasites from potentially cultured freshwater fish in nakhon si thammarat
Lerssutthichawal, T. and Supamattaya, K.

27. Effect of cinnamon bark oil (cinnamomum zeylanicum blume) on the preventation of streptococcosis in sex-reversed red tilapia (oreochromis niloticus ? o. mossambicus)
Kanghear, H., Suanyuk, N., Khongpradit, R., Subhadhirasakul, S. and Supamattaya, K.

28. The use of crude extracts from traditional medicinal plants to eliminate trichodina sp. in tilapia (oreochromis niloticus) fingerlings
Chitmanat, C., Tongdonmuan, K. and Nunsong, W.

29. Macrobenthic fauna community in the middle songkhla lake, southern thailand
Angsupanich, S. , Siripech, A., and Charoenpornthip, M.

30. Stomach contents of the catfishes osteogeneiosus militaris (linnaeus, 1758) and arius maculatus (thunberg, 1792) in the songkhla lake
Angsupanich, S., Somsak, S., and Phrommoon, J.

31. Some aspects in early life stage of climbing perch,anabas testudineus larvae
Thumronk Amornsakun, Wasan Sriwatana and Ponpanom Promkaew

32. Haematological studies of climbing perch (anabas testudineus bloch)
Sukasem, N., Ruangsri, J. and Supamattaya, K.

33. Seasonal changes of spermatogenesis in the male sand goby oxyeleotris marmoratus bleeker, 1852 (teleostei, gobiidae)
Jintamas Suwanjarat , Thumronk Amornsakun , Lamai Thongboon and Piyakorn Boonyoung

34. Alteration of gonadotrophs in the pituitary gland during the annual reproductive cycle of the adult female sand goby (oxyeleotris marmoratus)
Uraporn Vongvatcharanon, Pornpimol Kirirat, Jintamas Suwanjarat and Piyakorn Boonyoung