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(Yamashita, Satoshi) (100.0%) / (Retired)   [Detail]
Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1977 A.D.
Academic Degree: 博士(農学) Field of Study: 森林生物学, 群集生態学, 熱帯林生態学
Subject of Study: 森林棲生物の多様性創出・維持機構の解明, 森林棲生物に対する人為活動の影響評価
Hattori, Takefumi (100.0%) / Professor   [Detail]
Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1962 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 7183 E-mail:  t h a t t o r i (@) i a s . t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: 京都大学農学博士 Field of Study: Metabolic science for forest plants and microorganisms
His Lecture: Agritechnological Science Ⅰ (Bachelor Course), Working experience in Bioindustry (Bachelor Course), Career Paths (Bachelor Course), Conservation Biology (Bachelor Course), Undergraduate Work (Bachelor Course), Advanced Exercise on Regional Science I (Graduate School), Advansed Exercise on Regional Science II (Graduate School), Introduction to forestry and wood science (Common Curriculum), Metabolic Science for Woody Plants and Forest Microorganisms (Bachelor Course), Advanced seminar in metabolism for forest plants and microorganisms (Graduate School), Forest Science (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Symbiotic Environmental Studies III (Bachelor Course), Methods for Environmental Symbiosis Research (Graduate School), Practice for Agriscience I (Bachelor Course), Practice for Agriscience II (Bachelor Course), Field Practice for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Bachelor Course), Advanced Exercise on Agrobioscience (Graduate School), Advanced Research on Agrobioscience (Graduate School), Advanced course in metabolic science for couservation of forest ecosystem (Graduate School), Advanced seminar in metabolic science for conservation of forest ecosystem (Graduate School), Research on Bioresource Science (Graduate School), Basic bioindustry (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Field Science for Production (Bachelor Course), Developed environmental symbiosis studies (Graduate School), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)
Subject of Study: Elucidation of carbon metabolism of wood-rotting fungi and ectomycorrhizal fungi, Development of utilization method for forest products, Biosynthesis and biodegradation of secodary metabolites in plants (wood-rotting fungi, ectomycorrhizal fungi, forest products, forest science, oxalic acid)