Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium on Sap Utilization(ISSU) in Bifuka 2000, Bifuka, Hokkaido, Japan, April 21-23, 2000. 1995年の第１回国際樹液サミット以後の研究の進展をまとめた報告集．
1 On the Biology of Birches.
2 Resistance of Birch Trees to Hares and Voles.
3 Ecology and Biology Characteristics of White Birch Resources in Northeast China.
4 Natural Regeneration and Stand Growth of Birch Stands on Artificially Scarified Sites in Hokkaido, Japan.
5 Influence of a Late Spring Freeze on the Quantity and Quality of Birch Foliage.
6 What are the Characteristics of End-wise Lignin Fractions in Birch Wood ?
7 Electron Spin Resonance Studies for Paramagnetic Species Produced by Milling of Woods.
8 Seasonal Change in Tangential Strain on the Inner Bark in Betula Platyphylla var. japonica and Acer mono.
9 Cambial Reactivation in Deciduous Hardwoods.
10 Sap Ascent in Plants.
11 Candidate Genes Involved in Water Pump of Trees.
12 Minimal- and Noninvasive Characterization of the Flow-Force Pattern of Higher Plants.
13 Freezing Adaptation Mechanisms of Living Tissue Cells in Betula platyphylla var. japonica Hara and Their Relation to Cell Wall Properties.
14 Observation of Patchy Stomatal Closure and Growth of White Birch Seedlings Raised under Ambient and Elevated CO2 with Special Reference to Soil Moisture.
15 Genetic Transformation of Japanese White Birch by Agrobacterium tumefaciens.
16 The Advances of White Birch (Betula platyphylla) Biotechnology in China.
17 Sap Utilization of Russian Far East Birch Species.
18 New Sap Tapping Techniques in Korea.
19 Biological Activity of Birch Sap.
20 Birch Pollen Allergy in Nordic Countries.
21 Preventative Properties of Birch Sap Against Oxidative Stress in Rats.
Laboratory of Forest Chemistry
Graduate School of Agriculture