Tea Research

Tea research papers presented at “international tea symposium, Myanmar”

  1. Myam ‘: the present situation of tea production in Namhsan
  2. Inventories on Tangible and Intangible Tea Cultural Heritage (Special Reference to Tai (of) Shan People of Myanmar)
  3. The constructing the tea-leaf: cultural symbolism of Laphet
  4. Analysis of Tea Culture and Myanmar Society: Practices of Tea Consumption in Mandalay Region, Myanmar
  5. မြန်မာစာပေမှ လက်ဖက်ဆိုင်ရာအရေးအသားများ
  6. Laphet-Tea leaf as Found in the Royal Orders of Myanmar
  7. Community and Society of Tea Firms in Upper Myanmar
  8. Myanmar Society and Tea Culture
  9. Tea leaf and Myanmar Society
  10. Rethinking tea domestication from a Myanmar perspective
  11. Tea Plantation and Tea processing in Kyushaw village, Kyauke Township
  12. A geographical analysis on tea plantation and manufacturing in Pinlaung township
  13. Tea cultural landscape in Myanmar
  14. Anatomical characteristics of Camellica sinensis (L.) Kun from three localities in Myanmar
  15. Various application of Catechin
  16. Morphological studies on five species of genus Camellia and their economical importances in Myanmar
  17. Isolation, identification and characterization of Endophytic bacteria from stem of tea camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze
  18. Morphological characteristics of Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze from localities in Myanmar
  19. Investigation on Mineral Composition, Caffeine content and antioxidant activity of leaves of Camellia sinensis (L.O Kuntze
  20. The optical properties of natural dye from dry tea leaves as photosensitizer for dye sensitized solar cell (DSSC) applications
  21. Study on radical scavenging capacity, mineral compositions and extraction of caffeine from dried green tea-leaves
  22. Isolation and identification of caffeine and crude catechins from dried tea leaves (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze)
  23. Studies on the identification of isolated caffeine and functional group determination of crude catechin of dried tea leaves (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze)
  24. Study on Shelf-life of tea leaf by gamma chamber 5000 source
  25. Adsorption of Heavy Metal on spent tea leaves: a review
  26. Study on total phenol and tannin contents of various parts of Camellia sinensis L. leaves
  27. Extraction of Tannin as natural mordant from tea leaf for dyeing of cotton cloth
  28. Comparison of some chemical constituents in black tea from two different areas
  29. A review on different varieties of tea, chemical constituents and their medicinal properties of tea leaves
  30. Evaluation of total flavonoid content and radical scavenging activity of consumed commercial tea
  31. Study on nutritive values and Elemental contents of dried tea leaves
  32. Extraction and isolation of pure catechin compound from dried tea leaves
  33. Comparative studies on the antioxidant activity and antimicrobial activity of Myanmar tea leaves
  34. Miang, A Traditional Fermented Tea from North Thailand and Health Benefit Potentiality