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Ecological Research, Kyoto University
2-Hirano, Otsu, Shiga 520-2113, Japan
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Plant Ecophysiology, Tree Physilogy
Since plants cannot generally move from their growing
they need to change the form and function to effectively obtain
resource or to cope with various enviromental stresses. At this
laboratory, we are studying the functional mechanisms in various
ecological phenomena, such as adaptation, distribution, co-existing,and
succession, from the cell, organ to plant form levels, based on
whole plant physiology. These studies have been conducted by greenhouse
experiments and field observation or mesurements.
Research Sites and Study Outline:
of Research at the Ogasawara (Bonin) islands
At here, we open a database
in ecophysiological characteristics of plants
growing at drought dwarf forests in the Ogasawara islands.
A baby of sea turtle (Chelonia
Introduction of Research in Thailand
Swallow babies at a temple in Thailand
A passion fruit at the Ogasawara