Publications by Type: Journal Article

2016
Wijesekara H, Bolan NS, Vithanage M, Xu Y, Mandal S, Brown SL, Hettiarachchi GM, Pierzynski GM, Huang L, Ok YS. Chapter two-utilization of biowaste for mine spoil rehabilitation. Advances in Agronomy. 2016;138:97-173.
Kumarathilaka P, Jayawardhana Y, BASNAYAKE BFA, Mowjood MIM, Nagamori M, Saito T, Kawamoto K, Vithanage M. Characterizing volatile organic compounds in leachate from Gohagoda municipal solid waste dumpsite, Sri Lanka. Groundwater for Sustainable Development. 2016;2:1-6.
Amararatne RRGS, Vidanapathirana M. Child sexual abuse in Puttalam, Sri Lanka: a medico-legal analysis. Medico-Legal Journal of Sri Lanka. 2016;4.
Comparative Analysis on Social Media and Its Positive and Negative Impact on Sri Lankan Culture. International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Science (IJRESS). 2016;7(II):180-185.
Piyathilaka PC, Tennekoon KH, de Silva NK, Pathmalal M. Comparative cytotoxicity of selected cyanotoxins on Human Embryonic Kidney (HEK-293) and Human Kidney Adenocarcinoma (ACHN) Cells. 2016.
Vidanapathirana M, Dasanayake PB, Ilangarathne Banda YMG, Vadysinghe A, Ratnaweera RHAI, others. Comparison of Deaths due to Lethal Weapons During and After Civil Strife in Sri Lanka: A Medico-legal Analysis. Glob J Nurs Forensic Stud. 2016;1:2.
Vidanapathirana M, Ruwanpura RP, Amararatne SRRG, Ratnaweera ARHI. Comparison of injuries due to lethal weapons during and after civil strife in Sri Lanka: A medico-legal study. International journal of applied and basic medical research. 2016;6:123.
Vidanapathirana M, Tennakoon A, Amararatne RRGS, Gunawardene S, Rathnaweera RHAI, Ratnayake L. Comparison of patterns of sexual assault among male victims during and after civil strife in Sri Lanka. Medico-Legal Journal of Sri Lanka. 2016;3.
Senarath WTPSK, Jayalath DT, Buddhapriya AN. Comparison of phytochemicals present in Aquilaria malaccensis Lam.(Agarwood) and Gyrinops walla Gaertn. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research [Internet]. 2016;2. Full Text
Gunasena MDKM, Senarath WTPSK. Comparison of phytochemicals present in locally available Sri Lankan and imported (Indian) fruits of Punica granatum (Lythracea). Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research [Internet]. 2016;3. Full Text
Holt AP, Bocharova V, Cheng S, Kisliuk AM, White TB, Saito T, Uhrig D, Mahalik JP, Kumar R, Imel AE. Controlling interfacial dynamics: covalent bonding versus physical adsorption in polymer nanocomposites. ACS nano. 2016;10(7):6843-6852.
Dhanapala WM, Yaguchi KOUICHI. Crime against women and children in contemporary Sri Lanka. 紀要: 東海大学健康科学部紀要. 2016:51–59.
Jayawardhana Y, Kumarathilaka P, Weerasundara L, Mowjood M, Herath G, Kawamoto K, Nagamori M, Vithanage M. Detection of benzene in landfill leachate from Gohagoda dumpsite and its removal using municipal solid waste derived biochar. 2016.
Determinants of Dropouts from Voluntary Pension Scheme: Evidence from Sri Lanka. International Journal of Business and Management Society. 2016;1(1):10-22.
Abeygunawardhana P, Nanayakkara N, Vithanage M. Development and optimization of Ti/Cu cathode and Ti/IrO2 anode for electrochemical denitrification. Desalination and Water Treatment. 2016;57(40):19025-19037.
Wickramasinghe I. Deviation of Chemical Properties of Kithul (Caryota urens) Flour Obtained from Five Different Growing Areas in Sri Lanka. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 15 (4): 312-318, 2016 ISSN 1680-5194 © Asian Network for Scientific Information, 2016 [Internet]. 2016;15 (4)::312-318, 2016. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Abstract: Detailed studies have been carried out on Kithul (Caryota urens) native and modified flour as twopre-gelatinized treatments (PGI and PGII), acid modified (AC) and dextrinized modification (DX) flourtreatments to compare gelatinization properties and amylose content. Among all treatments, PG-II (modifiedwith excess water at 75°C heat treatment) showed significant changes with higher gelatinizationtemperatures (TO = 74.02°C and TP = 80.51°C) and lower Conclusion temperature (TC = 90.04°C),gelatinization enthalpy (5.78 J/g) and amylose content (25.36). This study provides evidence that PGII is themost suitable modification treatment for native Kithul flour for introducing new flour source with an applicableform to meet specific needs with a view to effort expand application within the food industry.Key words: Kithul, (Caryota urens), modified flour, gelatinization properties, amylose content, hydrothermaltreatment
Shin-ichi N, Pathmalal M, Zen’ichiro K. Dynamics of cyanophage-like particles and algicidal bacteria causing Microcystis aeruginosa mortality. 2016.
Jayawardhane JKPC, Perera PKP, Lokupitiya RS, Amarasekara HS, Ruwanpathirana N. The effect of quality attributes in determination of price for plantation-grown Teak (Tectona grandis) logs in Sri Lanka. Annals of Forest Research. 2016;59:1–12.
• Damayanthi BWR. The growth Correlates of Urban Informal Microentrepreneurship in Sri Lanka. Journal of Economics & Sustainable Development. 2016;7(14):162-175.
Rajapaksha AU, Chen SS, Tsang DCW, Zhang M, Vithanage M, Mandal S, Gao B, Bolan NS, Sik Ok Y. Engineered/designer biochar for contaminant removal/immobilization from soil and water: potential and implication of biochar modification. Chemosphere. 2016;148(27):6e291.

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