TANABE Kenji

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Name
TANABE Kenji
Degree
Dr. of Agriculture(Kyoto University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Tottori University Faculty of Agriculture, Plant production science
 
1968
 - 
1979
Faculty of Agriculture Tottori University, Research Assistant
 
1979
 - 
1981
Tottori University, Assistant Professor
 
1981
 - 
1989
Tottri University, Associate Professor
 
1989
 - 
2002
Tottri University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1968
Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University
 

Misc

 
Studies on "Yuzuhada"-disorder of Nijisseiki Pear Fruits (BPyrus serotina )(IV) Relation between Mineral Nutrient Contents and Occurrence of the Disorder
J. Japan. Soc. for Hort. Sci.   45(4) 335-341   1977
Studies on "Yuzuhada"-Disorder of Nijisseiki Pear Fruits (5) Relationships of K Apprication, and Soluble mineral contents of Fruit to the Incidence of the Disorder
J. Japan. Soc. for Hort. Sci.   47(3) 317-326   1978
Relationships between Degrees of Elements of Fruit Pulp in Japanese Pear Cultivars.
J. Japan. Soc. for Hort. Sci.   50(4) 427-431   1982
Joon Taek Jang, Kenji Tanabe, Fumio Tamura, Kiyoshi Banno
J. Japan. Soc. for Hort. Sci.   60(3) 513-519   1991
Joon Taek Jang, Kenji Tanabe, Fumio Tamura, Kiyoshi Banno
J. Japan. Soc. for Hort. Sci.   61(2) 273-286   1992

Books etc

 
Handbook in Fruit Tree Growing
1991   
New Pomology
1991   
Principle of Fruit Growing
1991   
Pomology (2nd Edition)
2000   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Classification of Japanese Pear Cultivars by the Characteristics of Ethylene Evolution in Ripening Fruits
Project Year: 1989   
Physiological and Developmental Studies on Self-compatible new Pear Cultivars and Self-incompatibility in Pear Species
Project Year: 1979   
Physiological Studies on Moisture Tolerance of Japanese Pear Rootstock and Selection of Moisture-tolerant Rootstock
Project Year: 1984 - 2004
Physiological and biochemical Studies of Japanese pear fruit growth
Project Year: 2004   
Studies for physiological disorder of Pear fruit