Broussonetia kazinoki

Family Moraceae
Scientific name Broussonetia kazinoki Siebold
Synonyms Broussonetia kaempferi Siebold; Broussonetia kazinoki Siebold var. australis Suzuki; Broussonetia kazinoki Siebold var. ruyangensis P. H. Ling & X. W. Wei; Broussonetia monoica Hance; Broussonetia sieboldii Blume; Morus kaempferi Séringe; Papyrius kaempferi (Siebold) Kuntze
Common name (Japanese common name) kozo (コウゾ, 楮), hime kozo (ヒメコウゾ,姫楮 [meaning: dwarf kozo])
(English common name) small paper mulberry
Distribution (Japan) Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa
(Other nations) Korea, China, Taiwan
Chromosomal number n=13, 2n=26, 39
Description Plants 2-5m tall. Leaves 5-15cm long. Flowers flowering in April to May. Deciduous. Arbor trees.
Reference Broussonetia kazinoki Siebold
Broussonetia kazinoki Siebold
StudieS on the Breeding of Paper Mulberry. II. On the chromoSome numbers of several agricultural varieties of Kozo (Broussonetia Kazinoki SIEB.) and Kajinoki (B.papyrifera VENT.) culturing in Kochi Pref.
Fluid containing dispersed particles simulating leukocytes and method for producing same (US Patent 4020006/1977)
Static heat-and-moisture exchanger (US Patent 4051898/1977)
Magnetic head cleaning article (US Patent 4104436/1978)
Polyvinyl alcohol fiber for binding a fibrous sheet and a process for the preparation thereof (US Patent 4267016/1981)
Analysis film and a method of analysis using the same (US Patent 4472498/1984)
Fluorometirc enzyme inhibition immunoassay for measuring potency of allergen extracts (US Patent 4528267/1985)
Method for measurement of liquid samples (US Patent 4540670/1985)
Process for preparing pulp using potassium-based alkaline solution (US Patent 5306392/1994)
Plate for stencil printing (US Patent 5463947/1995)
Method and apparatus for detecting a type of stencil and controlling thermal perforation energy thereby (US Patent 5551337/1996)
Stamp assembly and stamp unit including the stamp assembly and a perforation device (US Patent 5595112/1997)
Process for perforating a solvent soluble stencil (US Patent 5669300/1997)
Process for producing and perforating an aqueous solvent soluble stencil printing sheet (US Patent 5709146/1998)
Tape cassette housing thermally perforatable stencil paper (US Patent 5771803/1998)
Stamp ink and stamp ink impregnation pad for stencil printing (US Patent 5704968/1998)
Method of restoring paper paintings and calligraphic works (US Patent 5958506/1999)
Heat sensitive stencil having a porous substrate with tightly bound fibers (US Patent 5875711/1999)
Binding tape paper and binding tape using the paper (US Patent 5993959/1999)
Skin whitening composition containing bearberry extract and a reducing agent (US Patent 5980904/1999)
Heat-sensitive stencil, process of fabricating same and method of producing printing master using same (US Patent 6050183/2000)
Photoreactive agent containing photoreactive semiconductor for removing harmful materials (US Patent 6346253/2002)
Deinking of waste paper (US Patent 6576083/2003)
Heating unit of carbon fiber-mixed sheet (US Patent 6593555/2003)
Method for producing a stencil plate from a heat sensitive stencil sheet (US Patent 6536338/2003)
Method for slowing the decomposition of a cosmetic composition (US Patent 6759033/2004)
Stencil plate having independent dot perforations (US Patent 6679166/2004)
Heat-sensitive stencil, process of fabricating same and printer using same (US Patent 6889605/2005)
Floor covering based on perforated PVC sheet (US Patent 6887555/2005)
Iontophoretic device to enhance skin renetrarion of bioactive material(s) and/or drug carrier(s) (WIPO Patent WO/2001/012260)

May 2006
at Ushiku Forest Park
May 2006
at Ushiku Forest Park

Male flowers

April 2006
at Ushiku Forest Park
May 2006
at Ushiku Forest Park
May 2006
at Ushiku Forest Park

Female flowers

May 2006
at Ushiku Forest Park
May 2006
at Ushiku Forest Park