since 1922


Faculty of Agriculture

Department of Bioproductive Science

Division of Applied Biochemistry

Inorganic Biochemistry

Scopelophila cataractae (Mitt.) Broth. in Nikko area.

It is fond of the copper enriched environment, so called gcopper mossh, like under a copper roof and a garden lantern

Living organism consists of organic and inorganic matters, mostly organic.

Inorganic Biochemistry is the chemistry of life seen from a particular inorganic perspective, especially form heavy metals.