HYAKUMACHI Mitsuro

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Name
HYAKUMACHI Mitsuro
Degree
(BLANK)(Hokkaido University), (BLANK)(Hokkaido University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Gifu University Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences
 
1978
 - 
1988
Hokkaido University, Research Assistant, Faculty of Agriculture
 
1986
 - 
1987
USA, Michigan State University, Department of Plant Pathology, Research Associate
 
1988
 - 
1990
Gifu University, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Agriculture
 
1990
   
 
- Gifu University, Professor, Faculty of Agriculture
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1978
Graduate School, Division of Agriculture, Hokkaido University
 
 
 - 
1973
Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University
 

Misc

 
The effect of the continuous cropping of sugar beets on Rhizoctonia root rot
Proc. Sugar Beet Res. Ass.   19 37-48   1977
Survival of sugar beet root rot fungus (Rhizoctonia solani AG 2 type 2)in soil
Proc. Sugar Beet Res. Ass.   21 1-7   1979
Mitsuro HYAKUMACHI, Kiroku KOBAYASHI, Tadao UI
Ann. Phytopath. SOC. Japan   46(2) 121-125   1980
Relationship between incidence of sugar beet root rot in monoculture and climate factors.
Ann. Rept. Plant Prot. North Japan   33 77-78   1982
Composting with beet sugar manufactory wastes(Part2)
J. SOC.Agr. Machi.   23 1-6   1982

Books etc

 
Isolation and characterization of plasmid DNA in the fungus Rhizoctonia solani. In Ecology and Management of soilborne Plant Pathogens.
The American Phytopathological society. st. Paul. Minnesota, U.S.A   1985   
Rhizoctonia root rot decline in sugarbeet monoculture D. Horn by(Ed.)Biological control of soil-Borne Plant Pathogens.
C.A.B. International, Wallingtord . U.K.   1990   
Energy stress in relation to germinability and virulence of root infecting fungi. E.S. Tjamos, G.C. Paparizas and R.J. Cook(Eds.)Biological Control of Plant Diseases
Plenum Press, New York   1992   
Mechanisms involved in disease decline In : B. Sneh, S. Jabaji-Have, S. Neate and G. Dijst(Eds). Rhizoctonia species : Taxonomy, Molecular Biology, Ecology, Pathology and Control.
Klumer Academic Publishers   1996   
Plant growth promoting fungi induce systemic resistance in cucumber. In : Werbua. T., cook, R.J. and Rovira, A(Eds). Advances in Biological Control of Plant Diseases.
China Agricultural University Press, Beijing, China   1996   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Physiology and Ecology of Soil Borne Pathogens
Study on Biological Control of Soil Borne Pathogens
Systemic Resistance in Plant Induced by Beneficial Microorganisms