Graduate School of Global Food Resources Hokkaido University


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Plant Breeding
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Production in Global Food Resources
Bio-production and Technology
Wandervogel Study in Global Food Resources III
Preparations and Analyses for Wandervogel Study Trip III
Wandervogel Research Internship in Global Food Resources V
Seminar in Global Food Resources I
Seminar in Global Food Resources II
Dissertation Research in Global Food Resources I

Selected research publications

1. Ethylene biosynthesis ispromoted by very-long-chain fatty acids during lysigenous aerenchyma formation in rice roots.

2. RCN1/OsABCG5, an ATP-binding cassette(ABC) transporter, is required for hypodermal suberization of roots in rice (Oryza sativa).

3. Rice RCN1/OsABCG5 mutation alters accumulation of essential and nonessential minerals and causes high Na/K ratio resulting in a salt-sensitive phenotype.

4. Isolation of a major genetic interaction associated with an extreme phenotype using assorted F2 populations in rice.

5. The rice REDUCED CULM NUMBER11 gene controls vegetative growth under low-temperature conditions in paddy fields independent of RCN1/OsABCG5.

6. Multiple and independent origins of short seeded alleles of GS3 in rice.

7. Genome-wide analysis and expression Analysis profiling of half-size ABC protein subgroup G in rice in Response to abiotic stress and phytohormone treatments.

8. Plant architecture and its responses to high planting density and low fertilizer of reduced culm number mutants in rice (Oryza sativa L.).

9. Strigolactones negatively regulate mesocotyl elongation in rice during germination and growth in darkness.

10. Rice shoot branching requires an ATP-binding cassette subfamily G protein.