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    • The Taron: one of the hidden groups of hill ethnic groups in Myanmar 

      Nyunt Nyunt Win (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2015)
      The Taron is one of the ethnic groups of Kachin National and they are descended of Rawang ethnic group. The majority of Taron groups are found in IKaround Village, which is also known as Arundan or Adonlong Village: in ...
    • The Tarons In the Changing World 

      Nyunt Nyunt Win; Khin Moe Moe Kyu; Myat Sandi Aung; Mya Thidar Aung; Hla Hla Kyi; Hlaing Hlaing Oo (JARC-YU, 2004)
      The Tarons national is found mostly in Karong Village, Naung Mon Township, Putao Division, in the northernmost edge of Myanmar. It belongs to the Rawang tribal group and they are strangely short in height. There are only ...
    • Tattoo Art in Myanmar Culture: Special Reference with State Bondsmen of Cavalry Corps 

      Moe Moe Oo (Universities Research Journal, 2017)
      The traditional art of tattooing is deeply rooted in Myanmar’s history: from kings to Commoners, tattoos were exemplars and devices of state bondsmen, masculine strength, feminine beauty, cultural identity and aesthetic ...
    • Taxonomic Study on Fagaceous Trees from Upper Chindwin 

      Soe Myint Aye; Tun Tun; Zaw Lwin Oo (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2012)
      The Fagaceous trees from Upper Chindwin of Sagaing Region mostly covered by Semi evergreen forest, had been collected, recorded and studied. Totally 10 species belonging to 3 genera of the Family Fagaceae occur abundantly. ...
    • Taxonomic Study on Five Species of the Family Poaceae 

      Khin Moe Moe Khine (2016)
      Grasses are widely distributed plants among the Angiosperms. In the present study, 5 species belong to 5 genera of the family Poaceae from Mandalay District have been undertaken. The morphological characters of collected ...
    • Taxonomic Study on Some Bryophytes from Southern Shan State 

      Soe Myint Aye; Win Win Aye (2016)
      Bryophytes from Southern Shan State were collected and studied in 2012. Ten species belong to 9 genera and 8 families of mosses from Bryophytes were found as tufts on damp soil, rocks, tree trunks, old walls, hardly ...
    • Taxonomic Study on Some Members of Angiosperms from Htooma Mountain Area, Patheingyi Township, Mandalay 

      Myat Hnin Wai; Soe Myint Aye (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2015)
      Taxonomic studies on some members of angiosperms from Htooma mountain area in Patheingyi Township, Mandalay were conducted. The flowering plants were collected, preserved, identified and classified. All together 12 species ...
    • Taxonomic Study on Some Species of Clerodendrum & Vitex in Thabeikkyin Township 

      Khaing Khaing Lin; Nwè Nwè Yi (Mandalay University Research Journal, 2016-12)
      Taxonomic studies on some species of Clerodendrum and Vitex from Thabeikkyin Township, Mandalay Region. The flowering plants were collected, preserved, identified and classified. In this research, 8 species belong to 2 ...
    • Taxonomic Study on Ten Wild Mushrooms from Loikaw Township in Kayah State 

      Au Au Khaing; Soe Soe Aung; Ohnmar Htwe (Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2019)
      The taxonomic studies on wild mushrooms from Loikaw Township, Loikaw District in Kayah State have been undertaken. The study area is located between N' 19º 14' 22" - 19º 59' 45" and E' 97º 7' 0.9" - 97º 31' 33". The wild ...
    • Taxonomy and Pollen Morphology of Four Species in Family Euphorbiaceae 

      Thi Thi Htun (2016)
      The taxonomic descriptions and pollen morphology of 4 species belonging to 4 genera of family Euphorbiaceae were described in the present paper. The studied materials were collected throughout Mandalay Region. The plants ...
    • The tectonic and metallogenic framework of Myanmar: A Tethyan mineral system 

      Gardiner, Nicholas J.; Robb, Laurence J.; Morley, Christopher K.; Searle, Michael P.; Cawood, Peter A.; Whitehouse, Martin J.; Kirkland, Christopher L.; Roberts, Nick M.W.; Tin Aung Myint (Elsevier, Ore Geology Reviews, 2016)
      Myanmar is perhaps one of the world's most prospective but least explored minerals jurisdictions, containing important known deposits of tin, tungsten, copper, gold, zinc, lead, nickel, silver, jade and gemstones. A scarcity ...
    • Thermodynamic studies of dodecylpyridinium ion binding to fulvic acid 

      Min Min Yee; Miyajima, Tohru; Takisawa, Noboru (Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2006)
      The binding of dodecylpyridinium ions (C12Py+) with Aso fulvic acid (AFA) has been studied from the thermodynamic point of view by using potentiometric titration method with surfactant-ion-selective membrane electrodes ...
    • Thermodynamic studies of dodecylpyridinium ion binding to humic acid and effect of solution parameters on their binding 

      Min Min Yee; Miyajima, Tohru; Takisawa, Noboru (Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2007)
      Thermodynamic information of dodecylpyridinium ions (C12Py+) binding to Aso humic acid (AHA) has been investigated by using potentiometric titration method with surfactant-ion-selective membrane electrodes in aqueous ...
    • Toddy Palm culture in Myanmar (1752-1885) 

      Aye Aye Thant (2013)
      Toddy palm climbing and palm sugar boiling business have been predominant in Myanmar society since the Bagan Period. The trees grow mainly in upland dry zone regions where annual rain fall is scanty, less than ...
    • Tracing the disrupted outer margin of the Paleoeurasian continent through the Union of Myanmar 

      Myo Min; Khin Khin Lin; Feng, Qinglai; Chonglakmani, Chongpan; Meischner, Dieter; Ingavat-Helmcke, Rucha; Helmcke, Dietrich (Journal of China University of Geosciences, 2001)
      Based on stratigraphy, facies distribution and paleontology of upper Paleozoic and Triassic strata in Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar and Yunnan (China), the location of division between the outer margin of the disrupted ...
    • Track Following of Ξ- Hyperons in Nuclear Emulsion for the E07 Experiment 

      Mishina, Akihiro; Endo, Yoko; Hoshino, Kaoru; Ito, Hiroki; Itonaga, Kazunori; Kinbara, Shinji; Kobayashi, Hidetaka; Myint Kyaw Soe; Khin Than Tint; Umehara, Kaori; Yoshida, Junya; Nakazawa, Kazuma (JPS Conference Proceedings, Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Science at J-PARC — Unlocking the Mysteries of Life, Matter and the Universe, 2015)
      The E07 experiment is expected to provide knowledge of S=-2 systems with ten times more statistics than that of the past E373 experiment. To achieve this in a reasonable time, an automated track following system is very ...
    • Traditional Beliefs of the Mon nationals living in Hinthagon 

      Zin Mar Latt (Universities Research Journal, 2012)
      Traditional beliefs are beliefs that arise and develop in the history of the social group, and that are transmitted from one generation to the next through those social processes that are denoted by socialization. All ...
    • Traditional Beliefs on West Pwo’s Nat Sar (Anhyein) in Nyaungpinseik Village, Magyichaung Village Tract, Einme Township, Ayeyarwaddy Region 

      Aye Aye Pyone (2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies 16-18 February 2018, University of Mandalay, 2018)
      The Kayins are one of the main ethnic groups in Myanmar, and the Pwo Kayin is one subgroup of them. There are two different groups of Pwo Kayin, namely: West Pwo (Flone:) and East Pwo (Flon).This paper is an attempt to ...
    • Traffic Congestion in Mandalay City 

      Rayamane, A.S.; Nyo Nyo (2016)
      Traffic congestion is a condition on road networks in which demand for road space exceeds supply and is characterized by slower speeds, longer trip times and increased vehicles queuing. Traffic congestion is caused when ...
    • Trapping probability of strangeness via Xi− hyperon capture at rest in nuclear emulsion 

      Aye Moh Moh Theint; Ekawa, Hiroyuki; Kasagi, Ayumi; Kinbara, Shinji; May Sweet; Khin Than Tint; Yoon, Chun Sil; Yoshida, Junya; Yoshimoto, Masahiro; Nakazawa, Kazuma (Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics,021D01, 2019)
      In the E373 experiment at KEK-PS, we have located nearly 2 × 104 stopping events of Ξ− hyperon candidates in nuclear emulsion. Among these, the identification of the Ξ− hyperon was performed with the constant sagitta (CS) ...