Japan Biochar Association

Thesis of Dr.OGAWA Makoto(Osaka Institute of Technology)

(1) Ogawa M., Y. Yambe & G. Sugiura (1983) Effects of charcoal on the root nodule formation and VA mycorrhiza formation of soy bean. The Third International Mycological Congress (IMC3) Abstract: 578
(2) Ogawa M., Y. Yambe & G. Sugiura (1983) Cultivation of the hypogenous mushroom, Rhizopogon rubesscens. IMC3 Abstract: 577
(3) Ogawa M. & Y. Yambe (1986) Effects of charcoal on VA mycorrhiza and nodule formations of soy bean. Studies on Nodule Formation and Nitrogen Fixation in Legume Crops; Bulletin of Green Energy Program Group II No.8:108-134 MAFF (with English summary)
(4) Ogawa M. (1987) gSymbiotic microorganisms connecting soil and plants-Ecology of mycorrhizah pp.241 Nosangyoson Bunka Kyokai, Tokyo (in Japanese)
(5) Ogawa M. (1991) Carbonized material as a soil amendment. AICAFF Expert Bulletin 12(3): 1-13 (in Japanese)
(6) Ogawa M. (1994) Symbiosis of people and nature in the tropics. Farming Japan 28(5): 10-34
(7) Ogawa M.(1998); Utilization of Symbiotic Microorganisms and Charcoal for Desert Greening, Green Age 14: 5-11
(8) Kikuti J. & Ogawa M. (1999) Development of nursery techniques utilizing microorganisms. RETROF: gResearch Report on Rehabilitation of Tropical Foresth 155-182
(9) Ogawa M. (1999) Utilization of symbiotic microorganisms and charcoal in tropical agriculture and forestry and CO2 fixation. Soil Microorganisms 53(2): 73-79. (in Japanese)
(10) Y. Okimori, M. Ogawa, F. Takahashi (2003); Potential of CO2 emission reductions by carbonizing biomass waste from industrial tree plantation in south sumatra, Indonesia, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, *8*, pp.261-280
(11) Ogawa M. (2006) Inoculation method of Scleroderma column are onto Dipterocarps. Suzuki K. et al. ed gPlantation Technology in Tropical Forest Scienceh 185-197 Springer
(12) Ogawa M. et al. (2006) Carbon sequestration by carbonization of biomass and forestation: Three case studies. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 11: 429-444
(13)M. Yamato, Y. Okimori, I. Wibowo, S. Anshori, M. Ogawa (2006); Effects of the application of charred bark of Acacia Mangium on the yield of maize, cowpea and peanut, and soil chemical properties in South Sumatra, Indonesia, Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, *52*, pp.489-495
(14)M.Ogawa, Y. Okimori, F. Takahashi (2006); Carbon sequestration by carbonization of biomass and forestation: three case studies, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies fo Global Change, *11*, pp.429-444
(15) Ogawa M. (2007) gReviving pine tree with charcoal and mycorrhizah pp.323 Tsukiji Shokan Tokyo (in Japanese)


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