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    • Terpenoids from Curcuma species 

      Myint Myint Khine; Arnold, Norbert; Franke, Katrin; Wessjohann, Ludger A. (2006)
    • The anthropoid status of a primate from the late middle Eocene Pondaung Formation (Central Myanmar): Tarsal evidence 

      Marivaux, Laurent; Chaimanee, Yaowalak; Ducrocq, Stéphane; Marandat, Bernard; Sudre, Jean; Aung Naing Soe; Soe Thura Tun; Wanna Htoon; Jaeger, Jean-Jacques (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 2003)
      Primate dental and postcranial remains from the Eocene Pondaung Formation (Myanmar) have been the subject of considerable confusion since their initial discoveries, and their anthropoid status has been widely debated. We ...
    • The Causes of Deterioration and Preventive Measures for Traditional Manuscripts 

      Daw Myo (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      Traditional Manuscripts are handwritten document in script surfaced in early (4) century till the (19) century. These handwritten documents reflect the rich cultural heritage high intellectual attainment of the Myanmar, ...
    • The Culture of Beikthano(Vishnu) 

      San Shwe (, 2016)
      The Pyus, a Tibeto-Burman people, came down into Myanmar from the North-East and settled first at a site that would later be called Beikthano in Ayeyarwady valley. Beikthano developed gradually, from a small village to a ...
    • The Effect of Thin Gap Insertion Layer On Inp Nanostructure Grown by Metal–Organic Vapour Phase Epitaxy 

      Soe Soe Han; Panyakeow, Somsak; Ratanathammaphan, Somchai; Higo, Akio; Yunpeng, Wang; Deura, Momoko; Sugiyama, Masakasu; Nakano, Yoshiaki (2012)
      The effect of thin GaP insertion layers on the structural and optical properties of InP/In0.49Ga0.51P self-assembled quantum dots (SAQDs) on GaAs (001) substrate grown by metal–organic vapour phase epitaxy has been reported. ...
    • The Effect of Thin Gap Insertion Layer on INP Nanostructures by Metal-Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy 

      Ratanathammaphan, Somchai; Higo, Akio; Yunpeng, Wang; Soe Soe Han; Panyakeow, Somsak; Deura, Momoko; Sugiyama, Masakasu; Nakano, Yoshiaki (2010)
      The influence of thin GaP insertion layers (0 – 4) monolayers (MLs) on the properties of InP self-assembled quantum dots (SAQDs) embedded in In0.49Ga0.51P on GaAs (001) substrate grown by metal-organic vapor phase epitaxy ...
    • The Prevalence, Antecedents and Consequences of Sexual Harassment in the Myanmar Workplace 

      Kyu, Nilar; Kanai, Atsuko (2003)
      The primary purpose of this study was to explore female workers experiences of sexual harassment and the antecedents and the outcomes of those experiences in the Myanmar workplace. Using the Myanmar versions of Sexual ...
    • The production of alcohol by cellulase enzymes using cellulose material as a substrate 

      Thi Thi Than Myint; Bay Dar (2001)
      β-D Glucose can be produced from cellulose materials by cellulase enzymes. The cellulase enzyme breakdown β-1,4 glucosidic linkage and formed β-D Glucose. The conversion rate of cellulose to β-D glucose depends on the ...
    • The Story of Nan Saw Kyi 

      K. Khine Kyaw (The Journal of Burma Studies, 2015)
      Nan Saw Kyi was born in 1922 in Mogaung, south of Myitkyina along the Mandalaya-Myitkyina railroad. Mogaung is an old town, the name of which supposedly dates to the 12th century. Having once been under the rule of one of ...
    • Traditional practice, bioactivities and commercialization potential of Elephantopus scaber Linn 

      Ho, Wan Yong; Ky, Huynh; Yeap, Swee Keong; Rahim, Raha Abdul; Omar, Abdul Rahman; Ho, Chai Ling; Alitheen, Noorjahan Banu (2009)
      Elephantopus scaber Linn. is known as Prickly-leaves elephant’s foot or di dan tou in Chinese. It has been used in traditional medicine to stimulate diuresis, reduce fever and eliminate bladder stones, as well as to treat ...
    • Treasures of the National Library of Myanmar MS 

      Ms. Mya Oo (University of Yangon, Myanmar, 2016-12-15)
      The National Library of Myanmar inherited over 5600 volumes of palm-leaf manuscripts from the Bernard Free Library. The manuscript collection of the Bernard Free Library was enriched when it bought two very important ...
    • Unearthed Story of Myanmar History: Preserving Myanmar Manuscripts 

      Dr. Thaw Kaung (University of Yangon, 2016-12-13)
      Myanmar has a long tradition of preserving palm-leaf and paper manuscripts in libraries and repositories. We probably learnt the art of writing and of using palm-leaf as a medium with the introduction of Buddhism from India ...