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    • 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 ...
    • Changing Land Use/Cover Scenario: A Case Study of Sedawgyi Region of Myanmar (Burma) 

      Nyo Nyo; Rayamane, A.S. (National Geographic Journal of India, 2002)
      Land is one of the most important components of the life support system, which has been over used and even abused over the centuries. In a predominantly agricultural country, land comes first. Due to growth of population, ...
    • Modernization as a Philosophical Problem 

      Myat Mon Oo (Jour. Myan. Acad. Arts & Sc., 2002)
      Philosophy is here to be understood as an intellectual expression of conflicts in culture. Its function is to locate these conflicts, and its objective is to provide general solutions to them. To be modem is to be guided ...
    • Impact of irrigation on agricultural development in Sedawgyi region (Myanmar) - A geographical analysis 

      Nyo Nyo; Rayamane, A.S. (The Research Journal of Social Sciences Jalgaon (M.S.), 2003)
    • A new species of Kerivoula (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from Myanmar (Burma) 

      Struebig, Matthew J.; Bates, Paul J.J; Rossiter, Stephen J.; Kingston, Tigga; Sai Sein Lin Oo; Khin Mya Mya (Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS, 2004)
      A new species of Kerivoula is described. Currently, it is known only from Namdee Forest in southern Kachin State, Myanmar. Externally, superficially similar to Kerivoula papillosa and with a dentition comparable to that of ...
    • Family and Kinship Systems of Taron, Karoung Village, Kachin State 

      Nyunt Nyunt Win (The Journal of Myanmar Academy Arts & Science, 2004)
      The majority of Taron groups are found in Karoung village, which is also known as Arundam or Adonlong village in northern Kachin State. This village is situated in the northernmost part of Myanmar. It is a mountainous ...
    • 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 ...
    • Does Σ-Σ-α Form a Quasi-Bound State? 

      Htun Htun Oo; Khin Swe Myint; Kamada, Hiroyuki; Gloeckle, Walter (Progress of Theoretical Physics, 2005)
      We have investigated the possible existence of a quasi-bound state for the Σ-Σ-α system in the framework of Faddeev calculations. We are particularly interested in the state of total iso-spin T = 2, since for an inert α ...
    • Results of a recent bat survey in Upper Myanmar including new records from the Kachin forests 

      Struebig, Matthew J.; Rossiter, Stephen J.; Bates, Paul J.J; Kingston, Tigga; Sai Sein Lin Oo; Aye Aye Nwe; Moe Moe Aung; Sein Sein Win; Khin Mya Mya (Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS, 2005)
      Recent studies have shown the importance of Myanmar for the conservation of bat diversity. In March–April, 2003, twenty-five localities in Kachin and Shan States and Mandalay and Sagaing Divisions in Upper Myanmar were ...
    • A revision of Tetraconodon (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Suidae) from the Miocene of Myanmar and description of a new species. 

      Thaung Htike; Tsubamoto, Takehisa; Takai, Masanaru; Natori, Masahito; Egi, Naoko; Maung Maung; Chit Sein (Paleontological Research, 2005)
      We describe five new dento-gnathic specimens of Tetraconodon, a genus of Miocene tetraconodontine suid (Mammalia, Artiodactyla), discovered in Myanmar (FBurma). In Myanmar, we recognized three distinct species of ...
    • Discovery of propotamochoerus (Artiodactyla, Suidae) from the Neogene of Myanmar 

      Thaung Htike; Tsubamoto, Takehisa; Takai, Masanaru; Egi, Naoko; Zin Maung Maung Thein; Chit Sein; Maung Maung (Asian paleoprimatology, 2006)
      Dento-gnathic specimens of Propotamochoerus (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Suidae) were discovered from the upper Miocene and lower Pliocene of the Irrawaddy Group, central Myanmar. These specimens were identified as Propotamochoerus ...
    • New species of large Tetraconodon (Mammalia, Artiodactyla, Suidae) from the late Miocene of Myanmar 

      Thaung Htike; Chit Sein; Takai, Masanaru; Egi, Naoko; Tsubamoto, Takehisa; Zin Maung Maung Thein; Maung Maung (Paleontological Research, 2006)
      We describe two new species of Tetraconodon, T. irramagnus sp. nov. and T. irramedius sp. nov., from the late Miocene of Myanmar recognized when reevaluating large Tetraconodon specimens. Tetraconodon had also been ...
    • Comprehensive Study of Humic Substances-Ionic Surfactant Interaction in Aqueous Solution 

      Min Min Yee (Graduate School of Science and Engineering Saga University, 2006)
      This work encompasses the several facets of humic substances-surfactant interaction in aqueous solution including the thermodynamic information, solution physico-chemistry, and conformational changes in their aggregation. ...
    • Evaluation of amphiphilic properties of fulvic acid and humic acid by alkylpyridinium binding study 

      Min Min Yee; Miyajima, Tohru; Takisawa, Noboru (Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng, 2006)
      Amphiphilic properties of Aso fulvic acid (AFA) and Aso humic acid (AHA) are evaluated through the study on the binding of Nalkylpyridinium bromide (CnPy+Br−, n = 12, 14 and 16), using a potentiometric titration method ...
    • 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 ...
    • Myanmar Palm leaf Manuscript 

      Moe Moe Oo (Asia Research Network, 2006)
      Given the great intellectual vitality of the Myanmar mind and Myanmar's culture
    • Myanmar Parabaik 

      Moe Moe Oo (The Granite Tower, Korea University Press, 2006)
      They provide us with some historical facts on social relationships, economic activity and administrative and religious matters.
    • Confined fission tracks in ion-irradiated and step-etched prismaticsections of Durango apatite 

      Myo Min; Jonckheerea, Raymond; Enkelmanna, Eva; Trautmann, Christina; Ratschbachera, Lothar (Chemical Geology, 2007)
      Apatite fission-track analysis retraces the thermal histories of geological samples under ∼120 °C but low numbers of confined tracks often lead to weak constraints on the modelling results. Ion irradiation and increasing ...
    • Art and architecture in Pakhan Gyi during the Monarchical days 

      Tint Lwin (2007)
      In writing this dissertation on the "Art and Architecture in Pakhangyi during themonarchical days", every conceivable aspect has been covered, and the dissertation is divided into four chapters. In writing the First Chapter, ...
    • Elephant in Myanmar society (1752-1885) 

      Pale' Aung (2007)
      The Dissertation titled, Elephant in Myanmar Society (1752-1885) is presented by dividing into four chapters, in which Chapter I deals with "Elephant in Myanmar mythology", and Chapter II describes "the Elephant in Myanmar ...