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The procedures used in the present study were performed in accordance with the principles and guidelines for animal use set by Utsunomiya University. All experiments were approved by the Animal Care and Use Committee of Utsunomiya University.
The authors wish to thank the animal husbandry staff of University Farm, Faculty of Agriculture, Utsunomiya University for environmental measurement and animal sampling, and Rakuno Tochigi Agricultural Cooperatives for analyses of milk sample.
These trees were planted at a pilot plantation for exotic Pinus species in the Funyu Experimental Forest, Utsunomiya University, Tochigi, Japan (36[degrees]46'N, 139[degrees]49'E).
Japan's intention to follow that same path for matcha was shared in December 2014 by Professor Naoki Sugita, associate professor at Utsunomiya University, who was visiting the French and the German markets to explore the possibilities for increasing premium tea exports from Japan.
Takafumi Sato, Associate Professor, Utsunomiya University
Manama, Mar 18 (BNA) -- Chief Executive of Labour Market Regulatory Authority (LMRA), Osama bin Abdullah Al-Absi, today received an academic delegation of Utsunomiya University of Japan.
Accoding to Shoei Sugita, professor of animal morphology at Utsunomiya University, the findings suggest that crows possess the same numerical cognition ability as humans, the Telegraph reported.
Sunarto at Utsunomiya University Japan reports developing a new polycrystalline form of CBN, which he calls N-CBN for the nano-meter-sized abrasive crystals within the abrasive grains.