Yuya Takashima

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Shinso Yokota8
Futoshi Ishiguri8
Kazuya Iizuka7
Nobuo Yoshizawa4
8Shinso Yokota
8Futoshi Ishiguri
7Kazuya Iizuka
4Nobuo Yoshizawa
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Zelkova serrata (Thunb.) Makino (“keyaki” in Japanese) is an important broad-leaved species for the wood industry in Japan. To analyze the among-family variation of anatomical characteristics in Z. serrata, wood fiber length (WFL), vessel element length in earlywood (VEL), fiber wall thickness (FWT), and vessel diameter in earlywood (VD) were investigated(More)
Todomatsu (Abies sachalinensis) is a commercial plantation species on Hokkaido Island, Japan. In the present study, to improve the decay resistance of todomatsu wood, seven families of 22-year-old todomatsu trees were investigated for family diversities in decay resistance of heartwoods against Fomitopsis palustris and Trametes versicolor and(More)
This study aimed to evaluate radial and among-family variations of wood properties in Picea jezoensis. A total of 174 trees were randomly selected from 10 open-pollinated families in a progeny trial for measuring stem diameter, dynamic Young’s modulus of log (DMOElog), annual ring width (ARW), air-dry density (AD), modulus of elasticity (MOE), and modulus(More)
Ozone oxidation pretreatment was carried out on spent culture media (SCMs) after Lentinula edodes cultivation to improve fermentable sugar production by enzymatic saccharification. SCM samples treated with ozone for different treatment time under various moisture contents (MCs) were enzymatically saccharified, and hydrolysis weight decrease, reducing sugar(More)
  • Hiromu Suzuki, Yuya Takashima, Futoshi Ishiguri, Nobuo Yoshizawa, Shinso Yokota
  • 2014
The present study was performed to unravel the mechanisms of systemic acquired resistance (SAR) establishment and resistance signaling pathways against the canker-rot fungus (Inonotus obliquus strain IO-U1) infection in Japanese birch plantlet No.8. Modulation of protein-profile induced by salicylic acid (SA)-administration was analyzed, and SA-responsive(More)
We examined the enzymatic saccharification and ethanol fermentation of the spent media (SMs) from Auricularia polytricha cultivation using wood meals of Falcataria moluccana, Shorea sp., and Tectona grandis. Although the hydrolysis weight decrease and reducing sugar yield were higher in SM of F. moluccana, the ethanol yield was higher in SM of Shorea sp.(More)
The chemical characteristics and the suitability for enzymatic saccharification in the spent culture media (SCM) of Auricularia polytricha were examined in order to investigate the utilization of the SCM as a biomass resource for alternative energy production. Wood meals from 3 hardwood species (Quercus serrata, Betula platyphylla var. japonica, and Alnus(More)
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