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agriculture educator

Kunio Ohmiya, Japanese agriculture educator. Achievements include research in microbial conversion of biomass to valuable materials and characterization of the biomass degrading microorganisms, enzymes and their genes, hydrogen gas production from chitin by anaerobie bacteria.

Background

Ohmiya, Kunio was born on November 23, 1940 in Bisai, Aichi, Japan. Son of Kei-Ichi and Haru (Suzuki) Ohmiya.

Education

B.Agr., Nagoya University, Japan, 1963. Master of Agriculture, Nagoya University, Japan, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy in Agriculture, Nagoya University, Japan, 1971.

Career

Assistant professor Nagoya Holy Spirit College, Seto, Aichi, Japan, 1970. Assistant professor agriculture Nagoya University, 1973-1990, associate professor, 1990. Professor School Bioresources MIE University, Kamihama/Tsu, Japan, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in microbial conversion of biomass to valuable materials and characterization of the biomass degrading microorganisms, enzymes and their genes, hydrogen gas production from chitin by anaerobie bacteria.

Connections

Married Tomoko Nomura, July 12, 1943. Children: Yasunori, Hiroko, Kyoko.

father:
Kei-Ichi Ohmiya

mother:
Haru (Suzuki) Ohmiya

spouse:
Tomoko Nomura

child:
Yasunori Ohmiya

child:
Hiroko Ohmiya

child:
Kyoko Ohmiya