著者
古瀬 浩史 林 浩二 萩原 裕作 川嶋 直 森 恭一 Koji FURUSE Kozi HAYASI Yusaku HAGIWARA Tadashi KAWASHIMA Kyoichi MORI 株式会社自然教育研究センター 千葉県立中央博物館 岐阜県立森林文化アカデミー 公益財団法人キープ協会 帝京科学大学生命環境学部アニマルサイエンス学科
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science
巻号頁・発行日
vol.10, pp.1-14, 2014-03-31

Professor Takeshi Kobayashi was a leading and representative figure in interpretation of Japan. He passed awaysuddenly on March 13th in 2013 at the age of 55. This paper describes a brief history of interpretation in Japan, following thesteps that Professor Kobayashi had taken in the field of interpretation and environmental education. Professor Kobayashistarted his interpretation career at the Takao Visitor Center as a ranger of the Nature Conservation Society of Japan in 1983.He established the Center for Environmental Studies in order to focus on nature interpretation in 1988. He had also coordinatedthe Japan-U.S. Interpreter Training Seminar, which was jointly supported by the U.S. National Park Services, since 1995 anddeveloped a number of other interpreter training programs in Japan. He played a central role in those training courses in 1990s and 2000s of Japan, during which the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports,Science and Technology were active in offering training for interpreters and outdoor educators. He became a professor at theGifu Academy of Forest Science and Culture in 2005 and a professor at the Department of Animal Sciences, the Faculty ofLife and Environmental Sciences, Teikyo University of Science in 2010. He developed courses for instructors and trainers ofenvironmental education and interpretation. Professor Kobayashi helped offering opportunities for domestic and internationalinterpreters to meet and to develop network. He had been engaged in developing interpretation through projects and events,human resource development, and networking, and greatly contributed to the enhancement of interpretation in Japan till thelast day.
著者
桜井 雄太 森 貴久
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science (ISSN:18800580)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.12, pp.11-15, 2016-03-31

We investigated whether Japanese land snails like hydrangea in rain season, which is a typical image for Japanese. Wesurveyed five sites in Uenohara, Yamanashi, central Japan, to collect land snails and record vegetation between May andJuly, 2006. We found more than 400 snails of eight species, most of which were Euhadra peliomphala and Acusta despectasieboldiana. E. pelimphala were found on leaves of hydrangea more frequently than expected from vegetation at the sites,whereas A. despecta sieboldiana were frequently found on other leaves of plants than hydrangea, cherry and Poaceae grass.We also tested whether E. pelimphala prefer hydrangea leaves to cherry or Poacea leaves by experiments in a laboratory, andfound no preference of hydrangea to other species. These findings suggest that the image of land snails on hydrangea duringrain season is a biologically correct image at least for E. pelimphala , but the snail is not necessary prefer hydrangea leavesmuch better to other plants.
著者
本村 あずみ 森 貴久
出版者
帝京科学大学
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science (ISSN:18800580)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.12, pp.161-166, 2016

Saihara, which is located in north-western area of Uenohara in Yamanashi Prefecture, is a depopulated area. A traditional Kabuki play had been performed at Ichinomiya Shrine in Saihara for the autumn festival since at latest 1860s until 2001,and ceased to be performed since then. Interviews with 29 people living in Saihara held in 2009-2010 enabled us to collect information on the traditional Kabuki play. What is clarified in this article is as follows: (1) there were 3 types of play: a traditional Kabuki play performed by Saihara people, plays performed by a professional theatre company, and semi-traditional Shimpa plays; (2) during Meiji and Taisho period, most plays were traditional Kabuki plays performed by Saihara people,performance by theatre companies had become popular later, and the traditional kabuki play by Saihara people became popular again after 1980s; and (3) performance of plays for the shrine festival had become a hard task due to a change of life style in Saihara, which seemed to be the most serious cause for the interruption of this traditional local play.
著者
細野 和也 篠原 正典
出版者
帝京科学大学
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science (ISSN:18800580)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.12, pp.107-111, 2016

Blackish cicada Cryptotympana facialis , is one of the most popular cicadas in west Japan. Their distribution is known to be getting wider toward north and east Japan recently. For estimating the current northern and limit, We chose 31 parks with rich environments around the Kanto and southern Tohoku districts, observed their chirps and collected their exuviae. As the results, the distribution ranged north to Toride-shi, Ibaraki prefecture.日本の代表的なセミであるクマゼミ(Cryptotympana facialis )は、近年、その生息域を北や東に広げていることが知られている。本種の現在の北限を評価すべく、関東地方および南東北地方の自然が豊かな31 の公園を選び、その鳴き声の確認および抜け殻の採取を行った。その結果、本種の分布は茨城県取手市までであることがわかった。
著者
諏訪 晴香 木村 悟朗 篠原 正典 Haruka SUWA Goro KIMURA Masanori SHINOHARA 帝京科学大学理工学研究科環境マテリアル専攻 イカリ消毒株式会社技術研究所 帝京科学大学生命環境学部自然環境学科
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science
巻号頁・発行日
vol.9, pp.147-149, 2013-03-31

Larvaes of varied carpet beetle (Anthrenus verbasci ) are well known as insects injurious to clothes and crops, and theirfood preference have been researched well and known to inclinable toward animal fiber. Here, we widely invested theirpreference to six clothes including wool, silk, cotton, hemp, rayon and polyester from their gathering behavior. As the results,they gathered on wool most and their preferences to plant fiber were intermediate between those to animal and artificial fiber.
著者
桜井 雄太 森 貴久
出版者
帝京科学大学
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science (ISSN:18800580)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.12, pp.11-15, 2016

We investigated whether Japanese land snails like hydrangea in rain season, which is a typical image for Japanese. Wesurveyed five sites in Uenohara, Yamanashi, central Japan, to collect land snails and record vegetation between May andJuly, 2006. We found more than 400 snails of eight species, most of which were Euhadra peliomphala and Acusta despectasieboldiana. E. pelimphala were found on leaves of hydrangea more frequently than expected from vegetation at the sites,whereas A. despecta sieboldiana were frequently found on other leaves of plants than hydrangea, cherry and Poaceae grass.We also tested whether E. pelimphala prefer hydrangea leaves to cherry or Poacea leaves by experiments in a laboratory, andfound no preference of hydrangea to other species. These findings suggest that the image of land snails on hydrangea duringrain season is a biologically correct image at least for E. pelimphala , but the snail is not necessary prefer hydrangea leavesmuch better to other plants.
著者
阿部 仁美 櫻井 富士朗 Hitomi Abe Fujiro Sakurai 帝京科学大学生命環境学部アニマルサイエンス学科 帝京科学大学生命環境学部アニマルサイエンス学科 Teikyo University of Science Faculty of Life & Environmental Sciences-Department of Animal Science Teikyo University of Science Faculty of Life & Environmental Sciences-Department of Animal Science
出版者
帝京科学大学
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science (ISSN:18800580)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.10, pp.15-23, 2014-03-31

Budgerigars use contact calls and warble-songs. Previous studies have found that they acquire these songs through vocallearning, but to date, there have been no long term experimental studies of their vocalizations or social interactions. Thepurpose of this study was to establish a basic understanding of budgerigar vocal ethnology. We recorded all sounds made byfour budgerigars (male=4, female=3) kept in separate cages in a same experimental box for fixed periods (12-h light/darkcycle). There was great diurnal variation in vocalizations, but the variation decreased from lights up to off and during thelights-off period. The variation in vocalizations was also positively related to changes in humidity. The frequency of soundsproduced by the group of males was higher than that of the group of males and females mixed together. The response rate forcontact call varied among individuals which suggests that hierarchy existed in vocal communication. However, the hierarchychanged depending on the membership in a group.
著者
萩原 宏毅 塚田 絵里子 Hiroki HAGIWARA Eriko TSUKADA 帝京科学大学医療科学部作業療法学科 帝京科学大学医療科学部理学療法学科 Department of Occupational Therapy Faculty of Medical Sciences Teikyo University of Science Department of Physical Therapy Faculty of Medical Sciences Teikyo University of Science
雑誌
帝京科学大学紀要 = Bulletin of Teikyo University of Science
巻号頁・発行日
vol.8, pp.1-10, 2012-03-31 (Released:2016-02-15)

Neurological diseases are one of the most common causes for rehabilitation intervention such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Among them, stroke dominates the number of the patients and leading cause of adult disability in Japan. Until recently, there were no established training strategies to recover motor function for such patients. However, the findings from basic neuroscience brought the drastic change of this picture. The most critical and fundamental finding was" neural plasticity". The changes of organization in damaged primary cortex after movement training were demonstrated by using squirrel monkey. In addition, the methods to evaluate brain function such as fMRI, SPECT, PET, fNIRS, EEG, and MEG are developed. Studies in both animal model and patients after brain damage proved the principle that movement training in rehabilitation can modulate cortical plasticity. These results strongly suggest directions in the development of novel strategies to enhance training effects on motor recovery. The rehabilitation aimed to recover movement by inducing cortical plasticity is called as "neurorehabilitation". The most essential problem of neurorehabilitation is how to create to specific learning situations to promote mechanisms of neural plasticity in recovery from brain damage. In this review, we describe the concept of neurorehabilitation, the basic science principles on which they are based, and the current status and future view of clinical applications.