Personnel of the Faculty of Science

Dr.

Matsapume Detcharoen

Lecturer

Education

Graduated Year
Degree
Country
2020
Ph.D. (Biology) University of Innsbruck
Austria
2015
M.Sc. (Biology) Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
GERMANY
2013
B.Sc. (Biology) Prince of Songkla University
Thailand

Publication

From Scopus

Author ID: 56133177400
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Weiland S.O., Detcharoen M., Schlick-Steiner B.C., Steiner F.M., 2022. Analyses of locomotion, wing morphology, and microbiome in Drosophila nigrosparsa after recovery from antibiotics. MicrobiologyOpen 11(3) (cited 0 times)
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Detcharoen M., Nilsai A., 2022. Low Endosymbiont Incidence in Drosophila Species Across Peninsula Thailand. Microbial Ecology (cited 0 times)
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Detcharoen M., Schilling M.P., Arthofer W., Schlick-Steiner B.C., Steiner F.M., 2021. Differential gene expression in Drosophila melanogaster and D. nigrosparsa infected with the same Wolbachia strain. Scientific Reports 11(1) (cited 2 times)
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Detcharoen M., Arthofer W., Jiggins F.M., Steiner F.M., Schlick-Steiner B.C., 2020. Wolbachia affect behavior and possibly reproductive compatibility but not thermoresistance, fecundity, and morphology in a novel transinfected host, Drosophila nigrosparsa. Ecology and Evolution 10(10): 4457-4470. (cited 2 times)
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Detcharoen M., Arthofer W., Sch lick-Steiner B.C., Steiner F.M., 2019. Wolbachia megadiversity: 99% of these microorganismic manipulators unknown. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 95(11) (cited 7 times)
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Hawlitschek O., Morinière J., Lehmann G.U.C., Lehmann A.W., Kropf M., Dunz A., Glaw F., Detcharoen M., Schmidt S., Hausmann A., Szucsich N.U., Caetano-Wyler S.A., Haszprunar G., 2017. DNA barcoding of crickets, katydids and grasshoppers (Orthoptera) from Central Europe with focus on Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Molecular Ecology Resources 17(5): 1037-1053. (cited 47 times)
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Nguyen V.X., Detcharoen M., Tuntiprapas P., Soe-Htun U., Sidik J.B., Harah M.Z., Prathep A., Papenbrock J., 2014. Genetic species identification and population structure of Halophila (Hydrocharitaceae) from the Western Pacific to the Eastern Indian Ocean. BMC Evolutionary Biology 14(1) (cited 43 times)

Publication

From the Faculty of Science

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Nilsai, A., Detcharoen, M., Nunes Godeiro, N., & Jantarit, S. (2021). Four new species of troglomorphic Coecobrya Yosii, 1956 (Collembola, Entomobryidae) from Thailand based on morphological and molecular evidence, with an updated key of Thai troglomorphic species (SCIE). Subterranean Biology, 41, 1-42.