Department of Bioproduction
Seeking Greater Depth and Sophistication in Approaches to Plant and Animal Resources Production.
This major is a comprehensive course in which issues related to the biological resource production including both plants and animals are considered and researched in depth. During the program, a variety of plant and animal related issues including crop management, preservation of forests and wetlands, development of plants resilient to environmental stress, genetic characteristics of animals, advanced applications for newly engineered livestock and breeding through biotechnology will be introduced.
Laboratories of Dept. of Bioproduction
See the undergraduate page for details of laboratories.
Faculty of Bioindustry (Hokkaido Okhotsk Campus )
Graduate School Advisory Faculty
Take a look at who you may be able to work with as part of the department.
ITOH Hirotake, Professor
Studies on the Cultivation technic based on the root system in field crops
OGURI Suguru, Professor
Study on the sugar chain-protein interactions in plants
KAMEYAMA Yuichi, Professor
Developmental engineering in mammalian sperm and egg
SOUMA Kosaku, Professor
A nutritional study of sika deer (cervus nippon yesoensis) under farming
TERAZAWA Kazuhiko, Professor
Ecology and management of cool-temperate and boreal forests
HIRAYAMA Hiroki, Professor
Molecular biological study on improvement and increased production of livestock
YOSHIDA Hozumi, Professor
The development of the integrated crop production management technology on the cold latitudes area
NAKAMURA Takatoshi, Associate Professor
Ecophysiology of wetland plants