Personnel of the Faculty of Science

Asst. Prof. Dr.

Krittika Kaewchumnong

Assistant Professor

Education

Graduated Year
Degree
Country
2007
Ph.D. (Plant Science) UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN
United Kingdom
2003
M.Sc. (Plant Breeding and Biotechnology) UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA
UNITED KINGDOM
2002
B.Sc. (Biology) Prince of Songkla University
Thailand

Specialist / Interested

rice allelopathy

Publication

From Scopus

Author ID: 24773273100
1
Thapa L.B., Kaewchumnong K., Sinkkonen A., Sridith K., 2020. Airborne and belowground phytotoxicity of invasive Ageratina adenophora on native species in Nepal. Plant Ecology 221(10): 883-892. (cited 2 times)
2
Thapa L., Kaewchumnong K., Sinkkonen A., Sridith K., 2020. “Soaked in rainwater” effect of Ageratina adenophora on seedling growth and development of native tree species in Nepal. Flora: Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 263 (cited 10 times)
3
Thapa L., Kaewchumnong K., Sinkkonen A., Sridith K., 2017. Plant invasiveness and target plant density: high densities of native Schima wallichii seedlings reduce negative effects of invasive Ageratina adenophora. Weed Research 57(2): 72-80. (cited 18 times)
4
Thapa L.B., Kaewchumnong K., Sinkkonen A., Sridith K., 2016. Impacts of invasive Chromolaena odorata on species richness, composition and seedling recruitment of Shorea robusta in a tropical sal forest, Nepal. Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology 38(6): 683-689. (cited 8 times)
5
Thapa L., Kaewchumnong K., Sinkkonen A., Sridith K., 2016. Plant communities and Ageratina adenophora invasion in lower montane vegetation, central Nepal. International Journal of Ecology and Development 31(2): 35-49. (cited 8 times)

Publication

From the Faculty of Science

1
Thapa, L., Kaewchumnong, K., Sinkkonen, A., & Sridith, K. (2020). Airborne and belowground phytotoxicity of invasiveAgeratina adenophoraon native species in Nepal. Plant Ecology, 221, 883–892.
2
Thapa, L., Kaewchumnong, K., Sinkkonen, A., & Sridith, K. (2020). “Soaked in rainwater” effect of Ageratina adenophora on seedling growth and development of native tree species in Nepal.. Flora, 263, Article 151554 (1-6).
3
Thapa, L., Kaewchumnong, K., Sinkkonen, A., & Sridith, K. (2017). Plant invasiveness and target plant density: high densities of native Schima wallichii seedlings reduce negative effects of invasive Ageratina adenophora. Weed Research, 57, 72-80.
4
Thapa, L., Kaewchumnong, K., Sinkkonen, A., & Sridith, K. (2016). Impacts of invasive Chromolaena odorata on species richness, composition and seedling recruitment of Shorea robusta in a tropical sal forest, Nepal. Songklanakarin Journal Of Science And Technology, 38(6), 683-689.
5
Thapa, L., Kaewchumnong, K., Sinkkonen, A., & Sridith, K. (2016). Plant communities and Ageratina adenophora invasion in lower montane vegetation, central Nepal. International Journal Of Ecology And Development, 31(2), 35-49.