OKOSHI Kenji

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Name
OKOSHI Kenji
Affiliation
Toho University
Section
Faculty of Science, Department of Life Area Environmental Science
Job title
Professor
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1988
Graduate School, Division of Agriculture, Tohoku University
 
 
 - 
1983
Faculty of Agriculture, Tohoku University
 

Misc

 
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom   88 491-501   2008
Shigeaki Kojima, Shoko Ozeki, Akiko Iijima, Kenji Okoshi, Takao Suzuki, Ikuo Hayashi, Toshio Furota
Plankton & Benthos Research   3(2) 96-100   2008
Kenji Okoshi, Tadashi Nomura, Masafumi Ishikawa
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi   54(7) 1213-1219   1988
Toshiaki Ishii, Kenji Okoshi, Tsuguo Otake, Motokazu Nakahara
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi   58(7) 1285-1290   1992

Books etc

 
Marine Biomineralogy
Seizando Shyoten, Tokyo (in Japanese)   2007   ISBN:978-4-425-88331-8
Shell, Molluscan Radula, Polychaete Jaws
Seizando Shyoten, Tokyo (in Japanese)   2001   ISBN:4-425-85071-8
Biochemical significance of vanadium in a polychaete worm
"Vanadium and Its Role in Life" (Metal Ions in in Biological Systems). Marcel Dekker, Inc.   1995   ISBN:0-8247-9383-8
Shell formation in the Japanese oyster, Crassostrea gigas
In"Oyster, Scallop, Abalone" Kouseisya Kouseikaku (in Japanese)   1995   ISBN:4-7699-0793-1
Elemental distribution on the growth front of oyster shell measured by synchrotron monochromatized X-rays
Mechamisms and Phylogeny of Mineralization in Biological Systems (Springer-Verlag)   1991   ISBN:4-431-70068-4

Works

 
Visiting Professor, Murdoch University, Australia
2004 - 2005
Visiting Scientist, University of Alberta, Canada
1994
Visiting researcher at National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Japan (from April, 1989 to March, 1990)
1989 - 1990

Research Grants & Projects

 
Application of Synchrotron Radiation to the characterization of Biominerals
Accumulation of elements in marine organisms
Analysis of growth performance in the deep-sea and Antarctic marine organisms
Effect of alien species, the clam-eating moon snail Euspira fortunei and other unintentionally introduced species
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2001   
The object of this study is to confirm whether alien species are being introduced together with imported clam and to obtain information on their distribution in Japanese waters. The effect of the alien polulation on the preexisting population is a...