Forest Bioresources Department

Forest Bioresources Department aims to conduct research for conservation and sustainable use of forest genetic resources, and development of high value-added forest trees and functional microorganisms for increasing forest productivity and income improvement in rural areas and forest villages.

Forest Microbiology Division

The Forest Microbiology Research Division conducts both basic and applicable studies on microorganisms associated with a variety of forest resources, such as symbiotic mycorrhizal fungi, wood-decay fungi, phytomicrobiome communities, and mushrooms.

Research on the development of functional microorganism

Development of holobiome research that interprets interaction among host plants ? microorganisms - environment based on omics information such as genomes.

  • Functional characterization of useful microbial resources
    Functional characterization of useful microbial resources

    Functional characterization of useful microbial resources

  • Development of disease-free Gastrodia elata seed tuber production techniques
    Development of disease-free Gastrodia elata seed tuber production techniques

    Development of disease-free Gastrodia elata seed tuber production techniques

  • Development of functional microbial resources based on holobiome
    Development of functional microbial resources based on holobiome

    Development of functional microbial resources based on holobiome

Forest Mushroom Resource Cultivation Research

Developing technology for the cultivation of new varieties and stable production of Lentinula edodes, and researching the artificial cultivation of mycorrhizal mushrooms.

  • Development of new varieties and cultivation techniques for shiitake mushroom
    Development of new varieties and cultivation techniques for shiitake mushroom

    Development of new varieties and cultivation techniques for shiitake mushroom

  • Artificial cultivation of pine mushrooms using matsutake-infected pine seedlings
    Artificial cultivation of pine mushrooms using matsutake-infected pine seedlings

    Artificial cultivation of pine mushrooms using matsutake-infected pine seedlings

  • Isolation and application of useful microorganisms
    Isolation and application of useful microorganisms

    Isolation and application of useful microorganisms

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