Major Achievements of Prof. Inubushi in 2008 本文へジャンプ

1-Peer -reviewed Articles

  1. Xu, X. and Inubushi. K. (2008) : Measurement of ethylene and methane production in a temperate forest soil using inhibition of acetylene and carbon monoxide, Chinese Science Bulletin, 53(7), 1087-1093.
  2. Suzuki, H., Ogiyama, S., Kumagai, H., Nogawa, N., Ushio, S., Anzai, T., Sakamoto, K., Inubushi, K.(2008) Absorbtion Zn, Vr and Mn by Brassica campestrisL., cultivated in arable fields after animal manure applications-Measurement by neutron activation analysis, HortResearch 62, 31-37 (written in Japanese, with English summary)
  3. Kato, S., Iwaishi, S. and Inubushi, K .(2008): Effect of microbial material solution on methane emission from paddy soil, HortResearch, 62, 39-44
  4. Jumadi, O., Hala, Y., Anas, I., Ali, A., Sakamoto, K., Saigusa, M., Yagi, K. and Inubushi, K. (2008): Community structure of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and their potential to produce nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide in acid tea soils, Geomicrobiology Journa, 25: (7-8), 381-389
  5. Hadi, A., Jumadi, O., Inubushi, K. and Yagi, K.(2008): Mitigation option for N2O emission from a corn field in Kalimantan, Indonesia., Soil Sci. Plant Nutri. 54: 644-649
  6. Jumadi, O., Hala, Y., Muis, A., Ali, A., Pallenari, M., Yagi, K. and Inubushi, K. (2008). : Influences of chemical fertilizers and a nitrification inhibitor on greenhouse gas fluxes in a corn (Zea mays L.) field soil in Indonesia, Microbes and Environments 23: 29-34
  7. Cheng,W., Inubushi, K., Hoque, M.M., Sasaki, H., Kobayashi, K., Yagi, K., Okada, M. and Hasegawa, T. (2008) Effect of elevated [CO2] on soil bubble and CH4 emission from a rice paddy: A test by 13C pulse-labeling under free-air CO2 enrichment. Geomicrobiology Journal, 25(7-8), 381-389

  8. Watanabe, M., Takamatsu, T., Koshikawa, M., Yamamura, S. and Inubushi, K. (2008) Dry deposition of acidic air pollutants to tree leaves, determined by a modified leaf-washing technique, Atmospheric Environment 42: 7339-7347
  9. Lou, Y., Inubushi, K. , Mizuno, T., Hasegawa, T., Lin, Y., Sakai, H., Cheng. W. and Kobayashi, K. (2008) CH4 emission with differences in atmospheric CO2 enrichment and rice cultivars in a Japanese paddy soil, Global Change Biology14: 2678–2687.



2-Books


  1. K. Inubushi and A.Hadi: Effect of land use on greenhouse gas emissions from tropical peat land, in Y. Toyoda, M. Okazaki, M. Quevedo, and J. Bacusmo eds., Sago: its Potential in Food and Industry,Proceedings of the 9th International Sago Symposium, 19-21 July, 2007, at Visayas State University, Philippines (publishied 2008, by TUAT Press), 3-8.
  2. M.Hashitani, L.. Melling and K. Inubushi: Methanogenic Characteristics of Tropical Peat Soils in Sarawak, Malaysia, ibid., 9-15.


3-Oral Presentations

  1. Inubushi, K.(2008):Impact of soil microbes on global environmen,37th Annual Convention and Scientific Conference of The Philippine Society for Microbiology,Philippine, Boracay, Philippine, Abstracts, p. 24
  2. Suwa, Y., Utsugi, I., Yamagishi, T., Kuroda, H., Saito. M. and Inubushi, K.(2008): Anammox activity in Agricultural soil ecosystem in Japan, 12th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, Cairns, Australia, Abstracts, p.101
  3. Shimonishi, T., Jumadi, O., Iswandi, A. and Inubushi, K.(2008):Community structure of Methanogenic archaea in paddy field soil in Indonesia, 12th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, Cairns, Australia, Abstracts, p.200
  4. Inubushi, K., Jumadi, O., Hadi, A., Muramatsu, Y. and Yagi, K.(2008):Methane and nitrous oxide emission in Indonesian paddy fields and its affecting factors, Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Abstract 54,p.192

  5. Imre, V., Sakamoto, K. and Inubushi, K.(2008):Selection of root-associated fungal endophytes from Ericaceae plants to enhance blueberry seedling growth, Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Abstract 54,p.57
  6. Inubushi, K. (2008): Impact of Drying Climate Change on Soil Microbes and Global Environments-Past, Present and Future, 1st International Symposium on Water in Agriculture and Forestry: Challenges, Technological Solutions and Innovations, Beijing, China, Abstracts, p. 34
  7. Togashi, S., Obana, S., Watanabe, S. and Inubushi K.(2008): Cyanobacteria in Arid Soils-Trials for Bioreclamation, 1st International Symposium on Water in Agriculture and Forestry: Challenges, Technological Solutions and Innovations, Beijing, China, Abstracts, p. 51
  8. Yamada, Y. and Inubushi K.(2008):Effects of Water-Holding Substance and Fertilizers on Plant Growth in Degraded Sandy Soil, 1st International Symposium on Water in Agriculture and Forestry: Challenges, Technological Solutions and Innovations, Beijing, China, Abstracts, p. 54
  9. Xu, X. and Inubushi K.(2008):Behavior of ethylene and inhibition on atmospheric methane consumption in forest soils, International Workshop on Soil C Sequestration and Climate Change Mitigation in Agriculture Nanjing, China, Abstracts.
  10. Adachi, M. and Inubushi, K.(2008):Hydrogen and Methane Production Mechanism in Direct Iron Mixing Method in VOC-contaminated Subsurface Soil,Shizuoka, ISSM, Abstracts, p.194

  11. Alam, S. S., Sakamoto, K., Amemiya, Y., Inubushi, K. (2008): Plant growth promoting fungus Penicillium sp. EU0013 to control Fusarium wilt diseases. Abstracts of 7th International Symposium for Subsurface Microbiology, p. 196
  12. Jumadi, O. Muis, A. Ali, A. Pallenari, M. Yagi, K. and Inubushi, K(2008): Emission of Methane and Nitrous Oxide from Paddy Field Soil in Indonesia and Their Microbial Community Structures. Abstracts of 7th International Symposium for Subsurface Microbiology

4. Doctor Thesis under the mentorship

  • Suphachai Amkha (Feb.2008): Effects of controlled-release Nitrogen fertilizer with manure on leafy vegetable growth, drainage water quality, nitrous oxide and soil microbial properties (Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University)