This course enables students to view agricultural and animal husbandry environments, as well as the natural environments surrounding them, from a broad perspective that encompasses their protection and utilization. It also allows them to gain the latest knowledge about the roles and functions of animals, plants, insects and microorganisms that make up the environments, about their mutual interactions and their relations with agriculture and animal husbandry, as well as about ecological conservation.
Yasushi HashimotoThemeThe ecology of plants and associated fungi, including mycorrhizal and endophytic fungi in natural and agricultural ecosystems.
FieldForest ecology, Mycology, Fungal ecology
Norikuni KumanoThemeUnderstand the evolution and adaptation of insect behavior and apply that knowledge in population management in insects.
FieldBehavioral ecology, Population ecology, Applied entomology
Specially Appointed Senior Assistant Professor