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Articles by Y. Matsubara
Total Records ( 2 ) for Y. Matsubara
  M.A. Maya , M.G. Rabbani , M.G. Mahboob and Y. Matsubara
  Genetic relationship among 15 citrus fruits (one from the genus Poncirus and the rest from the genus Citrus) was assessed using Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers. Seven primers were selected after screening of 39 decamer primers which generated 91 clear and bright polymorphic bands. The Unweighted Pair-group Method using Arithmetic averages (UPGMA) dendrogram based on Nei’s genetic distance segregated 15 citrus fruits into 2 main clusters where Poncirus trifoliata alone formed one cluster and the rest 14 species grouped together into another cluster. Inter-species similarity index and the UPGMA dendrogram based on Nei’s genetic distance revealed that Citrus megaloxycarpa and C. limonia as the most closely related species among the 15 citrus fruits under study.
  M. Abualtayef , M. Kuroiwa , K. Tanaka , Y. Matsubara and J. Nakahira
  A new development of a three dimensional (3D) multi-layer wind-induced circulation model of Ariake Sea region is described in this study. The hydrodynamic equations are derived from 3D Navier Stokes equations and solved using the Fractional Step Method (FSM). The 3D hydrodynamic model is first tested against analytical solution in order to investigate the performance of the model. And then, it was applied to the Ariake Sea. For model test, the numerical results are almost identical to the analytical solutions. It was shown that the numerical model developed was capable to simulate wind-induce flows in shallow semi-enclosed/enclosed waters.
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