Back to search

Maleeya Kruatrachue

Title
Professor
First name
Maleeya
Last name
Kruatrachue
Gender
Female
Nominating Country
Date of Nomination
Discipline of Expertise
Other Disciplines
1. Botany 2. Environmental Biology
3. Environmental Toxicology 4. Malacology
UN languages spoken

English

Geographical Focus
Job function
Professor
Division
Department of Biology, Faculty of Science
Street Address Organisation
Mahidol University,
Rama 6 Road
City Organisation
Bangkok
Country Organisation
Thailand
Telephone number
+ 66-2/201-5483
Email
maleeya.kru@mahidol.ac.th
Work experience
My project experience as a principal investigator and researcher covers different fields of biology. Botany was my major field and I also minored Zoology. My research fields include malacolog (snails) and porasitology, aquaculture, environmental toxicology and monitoring, bioremediation especially phytoremediation. I have worked both in laboratory and in the field for the field trial study and assessment of soil and water pollution.
Highest Academic achievement and qualification
PhD (Botany) 1976
M.Sc. (Botany) 1973
B.Sc. (Botany) 1971
Number of Publications
167
Publication titles
1. Sooksawat, N., Meetam, M., Kruatrachue, M., Pokethitiyook, P., and Nathalang. K. 2013 Phytoremediation potential of Charophytes : Bioaccumulation and Toxicity studies of cadmium, lead and Zing. Journal of Environmental Science 25 (37) : 596-604

2. Meeinkuirt, W., Kruatachue, M., Tanhan, P., Chaiyarat, R., and Pokethitiyook, P. 2013. Phytastabilization potential of Pb mine tailing by two grass apices, Thysanolena Maxima and Vetiveria Zizanioides. Water Air and Soil Pollution 224 (1750)

3. Putwattana, N., Kruatrachue, M., Kumsopa, A., and Pokethitiyook, P.2014. Evaluation of organic and inorganic amendments on maize growth and uptake of Cd and Zn from contaminated paddy soil. International Journal of Phytoremediation 17(2) : 165-174

4. Chayapan, P., Kruatachue, M., Meetam, M., and Pokethitiyook, P. 2015. Effects of amendments on grauth and upta of Cd and Zn by wetland plants, Typha angustifolia and Celoeasia esculenta from contaminated sediments. International Journal of Phytoremediation 17(9) : 900-906.

5. Dummee, V., Tanhan, P., Kruatrachue, M., Damrongphol, P., and Pokethitiyook, P. 2015. Histopatholongical changes in snail, Pomacea Canaliculata, exposed to sub-lethal copper sulfate concentrations. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 122 : 290-295

Other activities
1. The Science Society of Thailand
2. Associate Editor : International Journal of Phytoremediation
3. Panel of Reviewers : Journal of Environmental Biology
4. Phytotechnology Society