Department of Human and Animal-Plant Relationships
Forging a new relationship between human, plants and animals.
In this major, education and research will be performed into the relationship between humankind, flora and fauna from the new perspective of "Lifestyle Agriculture Science", centering on the environment, society, lifestyle and welfare. Specifically it will be comprised of three subjects; the relationship between humankind and fauna including the study of both wild and domesticated animals; the relationship between humankind and flora including the study of people's coexistence with plants and the relationship between plants and people; and living organism assisted therapy including the study of animal and plant assisted therapy.
Laboratories of Dept. of Human and Animal-Plant Relationships
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Faculty of Agriculture (Atsugi Campus)
Graduate School Advisory Faculty
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ASANO Fusayo, Professor
Relationship between thanatology and landscape. Methods and evaluation of plant assisted therapy for children
OHTA Mitsuaki, Professor
Effects of horseback riding on human health
OGAWA Hiroshi, Professor
Avian reproduction and conservation
KOIKE Yasuhiko, Professor
Studies on the people-plant relationship
SASAKI Takeshi, Professor
Molecular genetic approach toward a comprehensive understanding of population of wild animal
TSUCHIHASHI Yutaka, Professor
Effects of gardening on QOL
Risk management in horticultural therapy
MASUDA Koji, Professor
Relationship between companion animals and owners
MATSUBAYASHI Hisashi, Professor
Wildlife ecology, Conservation and management in Japan and Borneo
MIKAGE Masayuki, Professor
Cultivation studies for producing high-quality medicinal herbs.
MIYAMOTO Futoshi, Professor
Systematic and conservational studies of Sino-Himalaya and Japanese plants
OKA Nariko, Professor
Island Ornithological Conservation
MITSUI Yuki, Associate Professor
Conservation and effective utilization of wild plant resources