Essentials of Ethnobotany


Kado-otoko cerebrated a new year in Japan

 2024 in preparation

Kimata, Mikio

Essentials of Ethnobotany   

Contents

Preface Acknowledgements

Introduction

Chapter 1:  Research Methods and Materials

Chapter 2:  Plants and People in the Quaternary

Chapter 3:  Comparative Eco-genetics of Annual and Perennial plants

Chapter 4:  Domestication Process of Grain Crops

Chapter 5:  Origin and Dispersal of Grain Crops

Chapter 6:  Ethnography of millets

Chapter 7:  Biocultural Diversity and Natural right

Chapter 8:  Learning Environment Framework

Conclusion

Literature cited

Contribution of Kimata, Mikio in English
Kimata, Mikio and Sadao Sakamoto. 1972. Production of haploid albino plants of Aegilops by anther culture. The Japanese Journal of Genetics 47(1):61-63.
Kimata, Mikio. 1978. Comparative studies on the reproductive systems of Mazus japonicus and M. Miquelii (Scrophulariaceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 129(4):243-253.
Kimata, Mikio and Sadao Sakamoto. 1979. Comparative studies on the population dynamics of Mazus japonicus and M. Miquelii, Scrophulariaceae. The Botanical Magazine, Tokyo 92:123-134.
Kimata, Mikio and Sadao Sakamoto. 1982. Interrelationships between the mode of reproduction and the habitat of two weedy Agropyron species, A. tsukushiense and A. humidorum, Gramineae. Weed Research (Japan) 27(2):182-205.
Kimata, Mikio and Takuo Nakagome. 1982. Comparative studies on the growth habit and growth pattern of Coix lacryma-jobi var. ma-yuen and var. lacryma-jobi, Gramineae. Bull. Tokyo Gakugei Univ. Sect VI. 34:1-10.
Sakamoto, Sadao, Mikio Kimata and Makoto Kawase. 1980. An analysis of species of cultivated millet collected in Halmahera. Senri Ethnological Studies 7:181-190.
Kimata, Mikio. 1986. Genecology and reproductive systems of weedy Mazus species, M. japonicus and M. Miquelii, Scrophulariaceae. Bull. Tokyo Gakugei Univ. Sect. VI 38:1-12.
Kimata, Mikio and Fujiko Takei. 1991. Comparative studies on the life histories of two weedy Mazus species, M. japonicus and M. Miquelii, Scrophulariaceae. Bull. FSI. Tokyo Gakugei Univ. 2: 25-34.
Kimata, Mikio. 1983. Genecology and reproductive systems of weedy Mazus species, Scrophulariaceae. US-Japan Science Seminar, The New York Botanical Garden Cary Arboretum.
Kimata, Mikio. 1983. Comparative studies on the reproductive systems of Cardamine flexuosa, C. impatiense, C. scutata and C. lyrata, Cruciferae. The Botanical Magazine, Tokyo 96:299-312.
Kimata, Mikio. 1983. III-2. Characteristics of some grain crops, garden crops and weeds, and methods of cooking grains in Nepal. Fukuda, I. et al. Scientific Research on the Cultivation and Utilization of Major Crops in Nepal. The Japanese Expedition of Nepalese Agricultural Research, Tokyo. pp.40-58.
Fukuda Ichiro and Mikio Kimata. 1983. III-3. Legumes in Nepal. Fukuda, I. et al. Scientific Research on the Cultivation and Utilization of Major Crops in Nepal.TheJapanese Expedition of Nepalese Agricultural Research, Tokyo. pp.59-72.
Kimata, Mikio. 1989. Geographical distribution of waxy: non-waxy endosperms and phenol color reaction in proso millet, Panicum miliaceum L. With special reference to northern propagation route to Japan. 4th International Symposium of Plant Biosystematics.
Kimata, Mikio. 1987. Grain crop cookery in South India. A Preliminary Report of the Studies on Millet Cultivation and its Agro-postral Culture Complex in the Indian Subcontinent. I:41-55. Kyoto University.
Kimata, Mikio. 1989. Grain crop cookery on the Deccan Plateau. A Preliminary Report of the Studies on Millet Cultivation and its Agro-postral Culture Complex in the Indian Subcontinent. II:33-50. Kyoto University.
Kimata, Mikio. 1991. Environmental education program in rural eco-museum. Tsukuba Asian Seminar on Agricultural Education.
Kimata, Mikio and Sadao Sakamoto. 1992. Utilization of several species of millet in Eurasia. Bull. FSI. Tokyo Gakugei Univ. 3: 1-12.
Kimata, M., S.G. Mantur and S. Seetharam. 1977. Cultivation and utilization of small millets in hill regions, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh, India. Environmental Education Research, Tokyo Gakugei Univ. 7: 33-43.
Hisao Kobayashi and Kimata, Mikio. 1989. Millets in Maharashtra and Orissa in India. A Preliminary Report of the Studies on Millet Cultivation and its Agro-postral Culture Complex in the Indian Subcontinent. II:1-9. Kyoto University.
Kimata, Mikio. 1992. Environmental education program in rural ecomuseum. Tsukuba Asian Seminar on Agricultural Education. pp.139-147. University of Tsukuba.
Kimata, M. and H. Kobayashi. 1996. The Interspecific Differentiation of Cardamine flexuosa, Cruciferae, in Japan and Nepal. Environmental Education Research, Tokyo Gakugei Univ. 6: 9-21.
Kimata, M. ed. 1997, A Preliminary Report of the Studies on Millet Cultivation and Environmental Culture Complex in West Turkestan (1993). FSIFEE, Tokyo Gakugei University. pp.82.

Kimata, M., M. Kanoda and A. Seetharam. 1998. Traditional and modern utilizations of millets in Japan. Environmental Education Studies, Tokyo Gakugei Univ. 821-29.
KimataMikio and A. Seetharam. 1997. Processing and utilization of small millets in Eurasia. pp.112-114. National Seminar on Small Millets, Indian Council of Agricultural Research and Tamil Nadu Agricultural University.
Kimata, M., E.G.Ashok and A. Seetharam. 1998. Domestication, cultivation and utilization of two small millets, Bracharia ramose (L.)Stapf. and Setaria glauca (L.) P. Beauv. in South India. p.25. VIIth International Symposium, International Organaization of Plant Biosystematists. Kimata, M. 1999. Domestication of Brachiaria ramosa and Setaria glauca. XVI International Botanical Congress - Abstracts.
Kimata, M. 1998. Models and activities of environmental education programs using the new framework of the kaleidoscope system. p.110. International Symposium on Common Agenda of Environmental Education in the Global Age. Tokyo Gakugei University.
Kimata, M., Y. Ogawa, T. Nakagome and H. Shibata. 1998. School district ecomuseum as an educational field for learning regional environment. p.111. International Symposium on Common Agenda of Environmental Education in the Global Age. Tokyo Gakugei University.
Kimata, M. 1999. Environmental education in Japan: A botanical perspective. Symposium 7.19. Botanical Literacy for the Next Millennium: What to know and How to know it. XVI International Botanical Congress - Abstracts p.87.
Kimata, M. 2000. Domestication process of korali, Setaria glauca (Poaceae). 41st Annual Conference, Society for Economic Botany. Abstracts pp. 14-15.
Kimata, M., S. Fuke and A. Seetharam. 1999. Some Effects of Parboiling Process for Small Millets. Environmental Education Studies, Tokyo Gakugei Univ. 9: 25-40.
Kimata, M., E.G.Ashok and A. Seetharam.  2000.  Domestication, cultivation and utilization of two small millets, Brachiaria ramosa and Setaria glauca (Poaceae), in South India. Economic Botany 54(2): 217-227.
Kimata, M. 2000. Teacher education system and environmental education programs in Japan. The Third UNESCO/Japan Seminar on Environmental Education in Asian-Pacific Region. Japanese National Commission for UNESCO, Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, and Tokyo Gakugei University, pp. 80-85.
Kimata, M. 2002. Establishment of the environmental education partnership network both in the natural and global level. Workshop on Environmental Education in the New Millenium. Thailand.
Kimata, M. and M. Negishi. 2002. Geographical distribution of proso millet, Panicum miliaceum L. on iodostarch and phenol reactions; with special references to a northern propagation route into Japanese Islands. Environmental Education Studies, Tokyo Gakugei University. 12:15-22.
Kimata, M. and Y. Ishikawa. 2004. Mimicry and mixed cropping of Setaria glauca with Panicum sumatrense or Paspalum scrobiculatum, Ninth International Congress of Ethnobiology. A58.
Kimata, M., T. Kawamura, T. Maeno and S. Endo. 2007.  Fatty acid composition of neutral lipids in seed grains of Panicum miliaceum L.  Ethnobotanical Note2:8-13. Kimata, M., 2012, Domestication and dispersal of Panicum miliaceum L., 13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology, France.
Kimata Mikio 2016, Domestication and dispersal of Panicum miliaceum L. (Poaceae) in Eurasia, Ethnobotanical Notes 9: 52-65.
Kimata, Mikio 2016, Tertiary domestication process of korati, Setaria pumila (Poaceae) through the mimicry to other grain crops in the Indian Subcontinent, Ethnobotanical Notes 9: 25-38.
Kimata, Mikio 2016, Domestication process of korati, Setaria pumila (Poaceae), in the Indian subcontinent on the basis of cluster analysis of morphological characteristics and AFLP markers, Ethnobotanical Notes 9: 39-51.
Kimata, Mikio 2016, Domestication process and linguistic differentiation of millets in the Indian subcontinent, Ethnobotanical Notes 9: 12-24.
Kimata, M., Y. Ishikawa, H. Kagami, A. Otsubo and K. Otsuka 2016, Agricultural complex of millets in the Indian subcontinent, Ethnobotanical Notes 9: 2-11. 
Kimata, M. 2023, The Historical sketch of millets in Japan, FAO Second Webinar on International Year of Millets.  URL: The historical sketch of millets in Japan

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