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Ishikawa Prefectural University

Teaching Staff Information

Keigo Asano Assistant Professor

Degree:Ph. D

  • E-mail: asanok[at]ishikawa-pu.ac.jp ※Please change [at] to @

Affiliated Departments
Undergraduate Faculty Department of Bioproduction Science, Animal Production Group Animal Management Science  
Graduate School:
Master’s Degree Course
Division of Bioproduction Science Bioresource Management Research Field Animal Management Science
Graduate School:
Doctoral Degree Course
Division of Sciences for Bioproduction and Environment Bioproduction Science Research Field Animal Management Science

Subjects taught
Undergraduate Faculty Animal Care and Management, Exercises in Biology, Laboratory Work in Animal Production
Graduate School:
Master’s Degree Course
Advanced Course of Bioresources and Environmental Sciences I, Special Lecture on Bioproduction Science II, Special Lecture on Animal Resources, Seminar on Bioproduction Science III
Graduate School:
Doctoral Degree Course
Seminar on Sciences for Bioproduction and Environment I
Academic Societies/Awards/Background
Background Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO)
Academic Societies/
Associations
Japanese Society of Grassland Science, Japanese Society of Animal Science
Awards Best Poster Award in the 5th China, Japan and Korea Grassland Congress

Primary Research
Research Fields Animal Nutrition, Animal immunology
Keywords Ruminant, Grazing, Feed, Nutrition, Stress, Immunity
Research Topics
  • 1) Sheep production and management by grazing in native pasture.

  • 2) Development of animal management technique

Research Achievements
  • (103.4 kB)

Social Contributions
Areas of scientific/technological support/advice Animal management,
Analysis of stress level and immune function for ruminant
Production of ruminant feed from unused resources

Comments
Expectations of Students Don't be afraid of failure.
Teaching goals Two-way communication for the learning

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