櫻井 泉

Sakurai Izumi

  • 教授
  • 学位:博士(水産学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Medicine / Faculty of Medicine
  • Undergraduate School of Biological Sciences / Department of Marine Biology and Sciences
  • Graduate School of Earth and Environmental Science / Course of Earth and Environmental Science
  • Graduate School of Biology / Course of Biology

ジャンル

  • Fishing
  • Marine Products
  • Animals And Plants
  • Regional Revitalization
  • Ocean Development

研究と関連するSDGs

  • Responsible Consumption and Production
  • Life Below Water

詳細情報

研究分野

  • Life sciences Ecology and environmental science
  • Life sciences Aquaculture

論文

Experimental study on the possibility of a suspended culture of the Japanese littleneck clam Ruditapes philippinarum in Suttsu fishing port, Hokkaido

Usefulness of two seaweed powders, Saccharina japonica var. japonica rhizoids and Ulva pertusa thalli, in the diet of juvenile sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus

Reproductive cycle and growth of the sand dollar Scaphechinus griseus inhabiting Japanese surf clam Pseudocardium sachalinense fishing grounds in Tomakomai, southwest Hokkaido, Japan

Distribution, reproductive cycle, and food habits of the herbivorous snail Chlorostoma lischkei off the coast of Suttsu Bay in southwestern Hokkaido, Japan

Growth, dispersal, and survival of juvenile Japanese sea cucumber Apostichopus japonicus cultured in a rearing facility with air-pocket fences

講演・口頭発表等

  • ウバガイ稚貝発生量の年変動に及ぼす親貝の成熟状態と産卵期間の影響
  • 北海道寿都漁港におけるアサリ垂下養殖の適地評価
  • 野付湾アサリ増殖場改修工事後のアサリの成長と成熟
  • 北海道根室落石漁港における垂下養殖アサリの成長と成熟
  • 北海道根室落石漁港におけるアサリ垂下養殖の可能性
  • 野付湾におけるアサリの成長と成熟に及ぼす地盤高の影響

担当経験のある科目

  • Advanced Invertebrate Zoology
  • Benthology
  • Marine Practical Training
  • Experiments of Fisheries Biology
  • Aquaculture Science
  • Fisheries Biology

所属学会

  • JAPANESE SOCIETY OF FISHERIES OCEANOGRAPHY

メディア報道

  • NHK-World Japan/BS1「Trails to Oishii Tokyo(ホッキ貝)」への出演

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