OHYAMA Katsumi

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Name
OHYAMA Katsumi
Affiliation
Former Institution /Organization Arid Land Research Center
Degree
Ph.D(Chiba University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1999
 - 
2001
Visiting Researcher, Ibaraki Agricultural Center
 
2001
 - 
2004
JSPS Research Fellow
 
2004
   
 
- Researcher, ALRC, Tottori University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2001
Graduate School, Division of National Science and Technology, Chiba University
 
 
   
 
Faculty of Horticulture, Chiba University
 

Misc

 
A precise irrigation system with an array of nozzles for plug transplant production
Transactions of ASAE   in press    2004
Enhancement of growth and development of tomato seedlings by extending the light period each day
HortScience   in press    2004
Potential use of a 24-h photoperiod (continuous light) with alternating air temperature for production of tomato plug transplants in a closed system
HortScience   in press    2004
A closed system with lamps for commercial production of transplants using minimum resources
Acta Hortic.   630,239-254    2004
Photoautotrophic culture with CO2 enrichment for improving micropropagation of coffea alabusta using somatic embriosa
Acta Hortic.   625: 271-277    2003

Books etc

 
Light energy and plant factory. In "Optical Sensing for Plants –Reception of Optical Information and Signal Transfer-"
Shujunsha, Tokyo, Japan.   2001   
Transplant production system. In "A glossary of technical words"
Nyougyo denka kyoukai, Tokyo, Japan   2001   
Electric energy consumption and its cost for transplant production. In "Development of closed transplant production system ant its application – Toward solutions of global issues on food, environmental conservation, and energy–"
Yokendo, Tokyo, Japan   1999   
Electric energy consumption and its cost for tomato plug transplant production. In "Development of closed transplant production system ant its application – Toward solutions of global issues on food, environmental conservation, and energy–"
Yokendo, Tokyo, Japan   1999