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Thursday - August 4th, 2005 | Friday - August 5th, 2005 | Saturday - August 6th, 2005 | Poster Presentation


The Government of
Papua Province

PT Freeport Indonesia

BP Tangguh

Japan Society for
the Promotion of Science
Time Title of Paper/
08.00 - 08.45 Future Prospects Of Sago Palm (Species Questions)
Prof. M. Flach
08.50 - 09.35 Diverse Utilization and Industrial Development of Sago Biomass
Prof. Masanori OKASAKI, Prof. Sachie TADENUMA and Prof. Masaharu OHMI
09.55 - 10.40 A Crucial Need To Expedite The Commercial Development Of The Sago Industry
Dr. F. S. JONG
10.45 - 11.15 Feasibility Study Of The Natural Sago Forest Conversion To The Sustainable Sago Palm Plantation At South Sorong Papua Province, Indonesia
Ir. F. LUHULIMA,M.M, Ir. Karyoto Sardi AMAT,MS. and Ir. Yunus ABDULLAH, M.Si
11.20 - 11.50 Feasibility Study Of The Natural Sago Forest Conversion To The Sustainable Sago Palm Plantation At Kaureh District Jayapura, Papua Province Indonesia
Ir. H. MATANUBUN, MS, Ir. Budi SANTOSO, M.P. and Monica NAUW, S.Sos
11.55 - 12.25 Conversion Of The Natural Sago Forest To The Sustainable Sago Palm Plantation At Masirei District, Waropen - Papua Province Indonesia: Feasibility Study
Ir. Prawatya ISTALAKSANA,MP, Ir. Yosias GANDHI, M.Sc, Ir. Patria HADI, M.Si and Ir. Achmad ROCHANI, MS
14.30 - 14.50 1. Environmental Factors Limiting Sago Production and Genetic Variation in Metroxylons sagu Rottb
  Prof. Hiroshi EHARA, Prof. H. NAITO and Prof. C. MIZOTA
2. Anatomical Leaf Structure Related To Photosynthesis And Conductive Activities In Sago Palm
  Dr. Y. NITTA, Dr. T. MATSUDA and Dr. R. MIURA
14.50 - 15.30 1. Sago Palm (Metroxylon sagu Rottb) Cultivation Trial in Tanzania, Africa
  Prof. A.J.P. TARIMO, Prof. Hiroshi EHARA, Dr. M.H. Bintoro, Etc
2. Morphological Characteristics of Leaf Surface in Metroxylon Palms
  Prof. H. NAITO, Prof. H. EHARA, Prof. H. SHIBATA, Etc
15.30 - 15.50 1. Potential Use of Sago Starch For Instant Noodle Production
2. Free-Living Nitrogen Fixing Bacteria Are Colonizing Different Parts of Sago Palm (Metroxylon sagu)
  Archana SHRESTHA, Yoko NAKANO, Koki TOYOTA, Etc.
16.10 - 16.30 1. Development of Transparent Noodle To Promote consumption of Sago In Indonesia
2. Regeneration of Somatic Embryos of Sago Palm (Metroxylon sagu Rottb) on Solid Media

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Traditional sago extraction.