IKEDA Takefumi

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IKEDA Takefumi
Kyoto Prefectural University
Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences (MC and DC) Division of Environmental Sciences Course
Job title
Doctor of Agriculture(Kyushu University)

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

: Foresty and Forest Products Research Instituto,  
: Kyushu University, Research Associate,  

Published Papers

Defense response, water balance and photosynthesis in oak leaves infected with purple mold disease caused by Cystotheca wrightii
IKEDA Takefumi
11th International Congress of Plant Pathology      Jul 2018
Light induced resistance to bacterial gall disease caused by Pseudomonas syringe pv. cerasicola in cherry tree (Creases x yedoensis)
   Jul 2018
Xylem dysfunction in pine trees suffered from pine wilt disease
IKEDA Takefumi
   Sep 2017   [Refereed]
Environmental consideration to carry on Amanohashidate into following generation
IKEDA Takefumi
Tree and Forest Health   21(2) 83-92   2017   [Invited]
Xylem cavitation of branch and moisture profile in stem of pine suffered from pie wilt disease
IKEDA Takefumi
Pine Wilt Disease International Symposium Proceedings   123-123   Sep 2016
Development of a Science Communication Activity by Utilizing Visual Design Teaching Materials
IKEDA Takefumi
21 42-47   2015   [Refereed]
Growth properties of pine trees died from pine wilt disease
IKEDA Takefumi
Pine wilt disease conference 2013   101-101   Oct 2013
Needle browning and death in the flagged crown of Abies mariesii in the timberline ecotone of the alpine region in central Japan
IKEDA Takefumi
Trees   27 815-825   2013   [Refereed]
Needle browning and death in Abies mariesii in the timberline ecotone of Mt. Norikura
IKEDA Takefumi
106   2013
Needle browning and death in Pinus pumila in the alpine region of central Japan were not related to mechanical damage of cuticle and cuticle thickness
IKEDA Takefumi
Canadian Journal of Forest Research   42 167-178   2012   [Refereed]
Injury of plants caused by abiotic environment
IKEDA Takefumi
Tree and Forest Health   11 27-82   2007
Control program of pine wilt disease for landscape conservation - in the case of "Amanohashidate" in Kyoto, one of the most famous and beautiful scenic spots in Japan -
IKEDA Takefumi
Pine wilt disease: a worldwide threat to forest ecosystems International Symposium   49   Jul 2006
Seasonal variations in water relations in current-year leaves of evergreen trees with delayed greening
IKEDA Takefumi
Tree Physiology   26 1025-1033   2006   [Refereed]
Effect of seawater spraying on Quercus acutissima and soil of their woodland
IKEDA Takefumi
日本森林学会誌   86 327-336   2004   [Refereed]
Changes of xylem pressure potential in Quercus errata saplings inoculated tie Rafaela sp., a possible causal fungus of oak mortality in Japan
IKEDA Takefumi
Proceedings of the IUFRO working party 7.02.02 Shoot and foliage diseases,   79-82   2002   [Refereed]
IKEDA Takefumi
Agriculture and Forest Meteorology   86 193-203   1997   [Refereed]
Responses of Water-Stressed Pinus thunbergii to Inoculation with Avirulent Pine Wood Nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) : Water Relations and Xylem Histology
IKEDA Takefumi
Journal of Forest Research   1 223-226   1996   [Refereed]
Xylem dysfunction in Bursaphelenchus xylophilus-infected sinus thungergii in relation to xylem cavitation and water status
IKEDA Takefumi
Annals of Phytopathological Society of Japan   62 554-558   1996   [Refereed]
Water relations, xylem embolism and histological features of Pinus thunbergii inoculated with virulent or avirulent pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
IKEDA Takefumi
Journal of Experimental Botany   46 441-449   1995   [Refereed]
Historical responses of different resistant families of Pinus thunbergii and P. densiflora to an invasion of pine wood nematode
IKEDA Takefumi
60 540-542   1994   [Refereed]


Xylem cavitation in roots and stems of Douglas-fir and white fir
TREE PHYSIOLOGY   17 275-280   1997

Books etc

Pine wilt disease: A Worldwide threat to forest ecosystems
Springer   2008   

Association Memberships


Research Grants & Projects

Study on water relation in wilt disease of trees
Study on the embolism in trees