2010. A comparative starch reference collection in Japanese archipelago and its application to Japanese archaeological studies - focusing on morphological classification of archaeological starch grains. Japanese Journal of Historical Botany 18 (1): 13-27.At the meeting of Japanese Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties (JAPANESE), I mainly attended at three session of the past environment, materials and methods, and dating. More than 400 participants joined in this meeting, and various new research results were reported in the oral and poster presentations.
28 June, 2010
paper about modern starch reference collection
While I was in Osaka (JAPANESE), a new volume of Japanese Journal of Historical Botany arrived to my home. The paper shows my observation of modern starch reference collection.