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ASISHORCs Joint Symposia

 

1st ASIAHORCs Joint Symposium

Poster Session

1 Changes in Philippine Tropical Seagrass Meadows Affected by an Oil Spill
Ms. Marie Frances Jucaban Nievales (University of the Philippines Visayas, the Philippines)
2 Marine and coastal biodiversity along the Central Gulf of Thailand
Ms. Nipavan Bussarawit (Marine and Coastal Research Center, The Central Gulf of Thailand, Thailand)
3 Species diversity of marine sponges dwelling in coral reefs in Had Khanom – Mo Ko Thale Tai National Park, Nakhon Si Thammarat province, Thailand
Dr. Sumaitt Putchakarn (Burapha University, Thailand)
4 The occurrence of an invasive false mussel Mytilopsis adamsi Morrison, 1946 in estuaries and lagoons of lower Gulf of Thailand and the variability of its recruitment
Dr. Vachira Lheknim (Prince of Songkla University, Thailand)
5 Evolutionary divergence and natural history of Southeast Asian snails
Ms. Yumi Nakadera (Shinshu University, Japan)
6 Distribution of zoonotic parasite Anisakis Dujardin, 1845 in Japanese waters and its possible use as biological tag for fish stock and biodiversity assessment studies
Dr. Karl Marx A. Quiazon (Central Luzon State University, the Philippines)
7 Selection of indicator species on the functional biodiversity at the farm level, related to the different types of pest control
Mr. Hiroshi Hada (Iwate Agricultural Research Center, Japan)
8 Effects of Chinese milk vetch (Astragalus sinicus L.) cultivation on functional biodiversity in rice paddy fields
Mr. Kazuo Matsuno (Shizuoka Prefectual Research Institute of Agriculture, Japan)
9 Biodiversity in paddy fields: food-web structure by stable isotopes analysis
Dr. Tomohiro Takeyama (Niigata University, Japan)
10 Functional biodiversity in rice paddies and exploring indicator species that reflect environmentally benign agricultural practices
Dr. Takatoshi Ueno (Kyushu University, Japan)
11 Japanese Watersheds Characterization from an Ecoregion Point of View for Ecosystem Management.
Dr. CHEN Siew Fong (Kyoto University, Japan)
12 Application of Landscape Ecosystem Approach for Conservation of the Endangered Japanese Red Maple and the Ecosystems That Support It
Dr. Ikuyo Saeki (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
13 A key element in river ecosystems:River confluence maintains diversity of hydrophic vegetations
Mr. Takeshi Osawa (Kobe University, Japan)
14 Rehabilitation of degraded forestland using a multi-storied forest management system in Perak, Peninsular Malaysia- Soil fertility status and growth performance of Neobalanocarpus heimii
Dr. Arifin Bin Abdu (Universiti Putra Malysia, Malaysia)
15 Canopy gap dynamics and its influences on juvenile recruitments in a mixed forest under a selection system in northern Japan
Mr. Hisashi Miya (Hokkaido University, Japan)
16 Plant diversity after large windfall—Effects of biological legacy
Dr. Junko Morimoto (Hokkaido University, Japan)
17 Current status of the bamboo die back caused by the destructive disease "witches' broom of bamboo" in SATOYAMA area in western Japan
Dr. Yoshinobu Hashimoto (Museum of Nature and Human Activities, Hyogo, Japan)
18 Biological invasion and adaptation of predominantly outcrossing plant species
Dr. Makiko Mimura (Yokohama National University, Japan)
19 The community structure and biology of insect predators on dipterocarp seeds  in a tropical rainforest in Peninsular Malaysia
Mr. Tetsuro Hosaka (Kyoto University, Japan)
20 A PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF JELLYFISH DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTION IN MALAYSIAN WATERS.
Dr. Mohammed Rizman Idid (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
21 Garbage Dump Remains as Informants for Recent Biodiversity Lowering on an Island
Dr. Yasuyuki Nakamura (University of the Ryukyus, Japan)
22 Biodiversity and Distribution of Myxomycetes (Plasmodial & Cellular Slime Molds) in Selected Highlands and Islands of Luzon Island, the Philippines
Dr. Thomas Edison Espinoza dela Cruz (University of Santo Tomas, the Philippines)
23 A food web structure in a tropical rain forest, based on carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios
Dr. Fujio Hyodo (Okayama University, Japan)
24 Genetic variation of populations Scutellaria slametensis sp. Nov. (LAMIACEAE) on mt. Slamet, central Java
Dr. Sudarmono (LIPI, Indonesia)
25 Genetic diversity of mangroves: a case of pantropical genus, Rhizophora
Dr. Tadashi Kajita (Chiba University, Japan)
26 Genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of abaca (Musa textiles Nee) using microsatellite markers
Mr. Orlex Baylen Yllano (Adventist University of the Philippines, the Philippines)
27 The amount of genetic diversity in near-threatened two salt mash sedges; comparison between Carex rugulosa and C. scabrifolia.
Dr. Kako Ohbayashi (Kyoto University, Japan)
28 Comparative phylogeography of two closely related Viola species occurring in contrasting habitats in the Japanese archipelago
Mr. Hironori Tohyama (Kyushu University, Japan)
29 Plant Phenology and Insect Population Dynamics in Lambir Hills National Park, Sarawak
Dr. Keiko Kishimoto (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan)
30 Effects of Matrix Resistance on Harvest Mouse (Micromys minutus) Metapopulation Persistence
Ms. Misako Kuroe (University of Tokyo, Japan)
31 Biodiversity of East Asian Pagaronia leafhoppers
Mr. Shigeru Okudera (Kyushu University, Japan)
32 Estimation of number of laying egg females of Ooencyrtus nezarae emerged from stinkbug's egg masses
Dr. Norio Ishiguro (Gifu University, Japan)
33 To predict vegetation transition at the topographical scale under global change: a case study of the ecotone in Mongolia
Dr. Reiichiro Ishii (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan)