Improvement of Forest Resources for Recyclable Forest Products

  • Toshihiro Ona
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages II-XI
  2. Tree Selection

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Laurence Schimleck, Robert Evans, David Jones, Richard Daniels, Gary Peter, Christian Mora
      Pages 8-17
    3. Denilson Silva da Perez, Guillaume Chantre, André Thémelin
      Pages 18-23
    4. Toshihiro Ona, Mari Tateishi, Hideo Nozaki, Teruyuki Seino, Seung-Lak Yoon, Shinichi Isaji et al.
      Pages 24-28
    5. Toshihiro Ona, Jyunsuke Kawana, Yoko Kibatani, Yukiko Ishikura, Yasuo Kojima, Takayuki Okayama
      Pages 29-32
  3. Pulp and Paper Recycling

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 33-33
    2. Göran Gellerstedt, Liming Zhang
      Pages 35-39
    3. Teruyuki Seino, Aki Yoshioka, Mitsuo Takai, Yasuo Kojima, Yukiko Ishikura, Toshihiro Ona et al.
      Pages 47-51
    4. Takayuki Okayama, Yoko Kibatani, Kohei Nakayama, Yasuo Kojima, Toshihiro Ona
      Pages 52-59
    5. Nguyen T.L. Lien, Heikki Kolehmainen, Eero Hiltunen, Mousa M. Nazhad
      Pages 60-62
  4. Anatomical Aspects

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 69-69
    2. Nobuo Yoshizawa, Futoshi Ishiguri, Shinso Yokota, Toshihiro Ona
      Pages 71-73
    3. Futoshi Ishiguri, Shinso Yokota, Nobuo Yoshizawa, Toshihiro Ona
      Pages 74-76
    4. Mari Tateishi, Teruyuki Seino, Kokki Sakai, Toshihiro Ona, Jyunichi Ohshima, Kodai Adachi et al.
      Pages 95-99
    5. Hironori Haisaki, Mari Tateishi, Teruyuki Seino, Kokki Sakai, Toshihiro Ona, Jyunichi Ohshima et al.
      Pages 100-104
  5. Chemical Aspects

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 105-105
    2. Miho Mizumoto, Teruyuki Seino, Kokki Sakai, Toshihiro Ona, Yasuyuki Ishida, Hajime Ohtani
      Pages 107-110
    3. Shuichi Murakami, Toshihiro Ona, Kaori Saito, Kazuhiko Fukushima
      Pages 111-116
    4. Seiji Ohara, Koh Hashida, Rei Makino, Sulaeman Yusuf
      Pages 121-123
    5. Lili Wang, Yasuyuki Ishida, Hajime Ohtani, Shin Tsuge, Toshihiro Nakayama
      Pages 124-128
    6. Keigo Mikame, Masamitsu Funaoka
      Pages 129-136
  6. Physical Aspects

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 137-137
    2. Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Yoichi Kojima, Takashi Okuyama, Toshihiro Ona, Takayuki Okayama
      Pages 139-143
    3. Takashi Okuyama, Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Imam Wahyudi, Yusuf Sudo Hadi
      Pages 144-147
    4. Yoshihiro Obata, Kazutoshi Takeuchi, Hideaki Sugino, Kozo Kanayama
      Pages 148-157
  7. Biochemical Aspects

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 159-159
    2. Shinso Yokota, Kohei Nakayama, Akiko Sagawa, Fumiko Urabe, Toshihiro Ona, Takayuki Asada et al.
      Pages 161-162
    3. Tatsuki Ibuki, Yukiko Tokida, Nobuyuki Matsuda, Katrin Czempinski, Bernd Muller-Roeber, Toshihiro Ona et al.
      Pages 167-169
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 177-188

About these proceedings


It is an honor and pleasure for me to write the foreword of this book comprising the of Forest Resources for proceedings of the Fourth Symposium on the Improvement Recyclable Forest Products. The symposium was organized by Dr. Toshihiro Ona, Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Bioresource and Bioenvironmental Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan, as part of the "Development of Forest Resources with High Performance for Paper Recycling" research project. This was supported by the Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology (CREST) team at the Japan Science and Technology Agency Foundation (lST) and by Kyushu University. As a colleague of Dr. Ona, I commend his efforts in organizing the symposium and editing this book. In the forest, there is a multitude of resources, including trees, herbal plants, fruits, fungi, mammals, birds, insects, fishes, reptiles, water, landscapes, and tourist attractions. Nowadays, even the environment is regarded as a kind of forest resource. These resources can provide a diversity of forest products, such as timber for buildings, pulp and paper, charcoal, herbal medicines, wild vegetables, animal protein, edible mushrooms, and nonwoody fibers. From these resources, major forest products are produced using various species of trees. For example, softwood is suitable as building material, while hardwood is suitable for furniture production; pulp and paper are produced from both softwood and hardwood. Therefore, forest locations and forest management methods should vary according to the tree species used for production of different forest products.


Environment Forest products Forestry Life cycle assessment Resource recycling biochemical aspects development forest

Editors and affiliations

  • Toshihiro Ona
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Forest and Forest Products Sciences Graduate School of Bioresource and Bioenvironmental SciencesKyushu UniversityHigashi-ku, FukuokaJapan

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