Imaichi

Imaichi

(ēmī`chē), former city, Tochigi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. An agricultural market and tourist center near Nikko National Park, it was merged into the city of Nikko in 2006.
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As the only homosporous plants with meristems reminiscent of seed plants (Philipson, 1990; Imaichi and Hiratsuka, 2000), members of this group provide the closest plausible functional and developmental counterparts to basal eutracheophytes (Imaichi and Hiratsuka, 2000: Fig.
When motion equations were derived, the technique proposed by Imaichi et al.
Yuki Yoshida, a first-grader at Osawa Elementary School in Imaichi, Tochigi, went missing Thursday after parting from schoolmates at around 2:50 p.
Akio Fukuda, 52, former mayor of Imaichi in the prefecture, collected 336,161 votes, only 875 more than the 335,286 votes for Gov.
Recent detailed investigations of shoot development in Botrychium (Imaichi, 1989; Imaichi & Nishida, 1986) indicate that a regularly segmenting tetrahedral shoot apical cell is usually identifiable.
Miller and Dee Dee Raap, Marketing Director of the South Dakota Department of Tourism, visited Imaichi City and its Western Village in November 1994 for the sister city document signing ceremony.
Investigators think Takizawa jumped off a bridge over the swamp in Imaichi, the police said.
The challengers are Akio Fukuda, 52, a former mayor of Imaichi in the prefecture, and former prefectural official Kaname Noguchi, 59.
After two years of planning it decided to establish a sister city relationship with Imaichi City of the Tochigi Prefecture in Japan.
Chiaki Fukuda, a 28-year-old native of Imaichi, Tochigi Prefecture, is another young Japanese who has decided to stay, having changed his mind about America and Americans.
Epipetiolar buds are well documented from several families of ferns, including Hymenophyllaceae, Gleicheniaceae, and Dennstaedtiaceae (Bower, 1923; Troop and Mickel, 1968; Bierhorst 1969, 1974; Imaichi, 1980, 1985).
It also registered 3 in Imaichi and Tochigi in Tochigi Prefecture, in Narita, Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo, in the village of Miyagi and town of Oizumi, Gunma Prefecture, northwest of Tokyo, and in Kazo, Saitama Prefecture, north of Tokyo, the agency said.