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. Ikeda , R. 1961 . Research on Japanese hard wheat . Bulletin of the Tokai-Kinki National Agricultural Experimental Station . pp. 1 – 55 . (In Japanese) Kim

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Ban, T., Suenaga, K. 2000. Genetic analysis of resistance to Fusarium head blight caused by Fusarium graminearum in Chinese wheat cultivar Sumai 3 and the Japanese cultivar Saikai 165. Euphytica 113 :87

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Hoji, Hajime 2003. Falsifiability and repeatability in generative grammar: A case study of anaphora and scope dependency in Japanese. In: Lingua 113: 377–446. Hoji H. Falsifiability

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. 1961. Research on Japanese hard wheat. Bulletin of the Tokai-Kinki National Agricultural Experimental Station, pp. 1–55. (In Japanese) Ikeda R. Research

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1670. For further reference: Beasley, W.G. and Blacker, Carmen, Japanese historical writing in the Tokugawa period (1603–1868), in: Historical Writing on the Peoples of Asia. Historians of China and Japan , ed. by Beasley, W.G. and Pulleyblank, E

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. Kade , O. 1963 . Der Dolmetschvorgang und die Notation . Fremdsprachen 7 ( 1 ), 12 – 20 . 13. Kondo , M. – Wakabayashi , J. 2004 . Japanese tradition . In: Baker

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Authors: S. Y. Kondratyuk, J. P. Halda, L. Lőkös, Y. Yamamoto, L. P. Popova, and J.-S. Hur

): Gyalidea pacifica (lichenized Ascomycotina, Solorinellaceae), a new gyalectoid lichen from Japan . – Bryologist 99 ( 2 ): 193 – 195 . https://doi. org/10.2307/3244548 Harada , H. and

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of Japan’s Continental Relatives: An Introduction to the Historical-comparative Study of the Japanese-Koguryoic Languages, with a Preliminary Description of Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese . Revised Second Edition. Leiden , Brill . First Edition

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16 147 159 Fukamachi, K., H. Oku and T. Nakashizuka. 2001. The change of a satoyama landscape and its causality in Kamiseya, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan

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An attempt is made to clarify the relationships among disciplines by examining the flow of citation and the migration of scholars in the humanities and social sciences in Japan. The results of both methods are consistent with each other. In humanities and social sciences in Japan, distinct hierarchical relationships are recognized between disciplines offering much information to other disciplines and disciplines obtaining much information from other disciplines.

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