Atsuko Hayashi

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We investigated seasonal fluctuation patterns in species and individuals of adult butterflies and flowering plants providing nectar in a semi-natural grassland in central Japan. We considered their interrelationships and implications for conservation. The semi-natural grassland included different vegetation structures and management regimes, including: (1)(More)
As the hardest tissue in the body, teeth have the potential to offer a wealth of biological information to the forensic anthropologist, which can include the assessment of ancestry. Using a large data set of dental measurements, the efficacy of mesiodistal and buccolingual tooth dimensions to discriminate between broad, geographically based groups is(More)
We demonstrate a method for evaluating the appropriate number of samples required to estimate plant species richness in different forest types within a forested landscape. In each of 36 plots (0.1 ha each) from 5 forest types (deciduous broad-leaved secondary forest and 4 categories of coniferous plantation classified according to stand age) in central(More)
Estimating stature from skeletonized remains is one of the essential parameters in the development of a biological profile. A new procedure for determining skeletal height (SKH) incorporating the vertical space height (VSH) from the anterior margin of the sacral promontory to the superior margins of the acetabulae for use in the anatomical method of stature(More)
Atsuko . HAYASHI and Yasushi ABIK.0* (Department of Pharmacology, Fukushima Nledical<lb>College, Fukushitna 960. Department of Pharmacology, Asahikawa Nfedical College, Asahikawa 070-01, Japan•).<lb>The respiration of tnitochondria in the inner and outer layers of dog myocardium. Folia pharmacol. japon.<lb>72, 483--.492 (1976).<lb>The respiratory effect of(More)
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