HIROSE Tadaki

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HIROSE Tadaki

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture Faculty of International Agriculture and Food Studies, Department of International Agricultural Development
 

Misc

 
Maximizing daily canopy photosynthesis with respect to the leaf nitrogen allocation pattern in the canopy
Oecologia   72 520-526   1987
Nitrogen use efficiency in instantaneous and daily photosynthesis of leaves in the canopy of a Solidagoaltissima stand
Physiologia Plantarum   70 215-222   1987
Canopy structure and leaf nitrogen distribution in a stand of Lysimachia#vulgaris L. as influenced by stand density
Oecologia   77 145-150   1988
Critical plant size for flowering in biennials with special reference to their distribution in a sand dune system
Oecologia   55 281-284   1982
Limiting nutrients for plant growth in coastal sand dune soils
Journal of Ecology   71 937-944   1983

Books etc

 
Effects of light climate and nitrogen partitioning on the canopy structure of stands of a dicotyledonous, herbaceous vegetation
Plant Form and Vegetation Structure, SPB Academic Publishing   1988   
Optimization of leaf nitrogen allocation for canopy photosynthesis in Lysimachia vulgaris. In : Canser and Consequences of Variation in growth rate and productivity of higher plants
SPB Academic Publishing   1990   
Variation in root respiration : causes and consequences for growth
Causes and Consequences of Variation in Growth Rate and Productivity, SPB Academic Publishing   1990   
Analysis of growth based on net assimilation rate and nitrogen productivity
Causes and Consequences of Variation in Growth Rate and Productivity, SPB Academic Publishing   1990   
Global change and terrestrial ecosystems in monsoon Asia
Kluwer Academic Publishers   1995   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Canopy structure of plant communities
Plant growth model
Population dynamics and Life history strategy