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Toshihiko YAMADA

Research
Fields
Crop Production Science
Subjects
in charge

Introduction to Global Food Resources
Production in Global Food Resources
Sustainable Production
Special Lecture in Global Food Resources
Diversity in Agriculture
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. Ecological characteristics and in situ genetic associations for yield-component traits of wild Miscanthus from eastern Russia

2. DNA markers for identifying interspecific hybrids between Miscanthus sacchariflorus and Miscanthus sinensis

3. Contrasting allelic distribution of CO/Hd1 homologs in Miscanthus sinensis from the East Asian mainland and the Japanese archipelago

4. Genetic structure of Miscanthus sinensis and M. sacchariflorus in Japan indicates a gradient of bidirectional but asymmetric introgression.

5. Evaluation of morphological traits, winter survival and biomass potential in wild Japanese Miscanthus sinensis Anderss. populations in northern Japan.

6. A footprint of past global climate change on the population genetic structure of Miscanthus sinensis

7. Genetic variation in Miscanthus ×giganteus and the importance of estimating genetic distance thresholds for differentiating clones

8. Effects of salinity on germination, growth, photosynthesis, and ion accumulation in wild Miscanthus sinensis Anderss. populations.

9. Soil carbon stocks and carbon sequestration rates in seminatural grassland in Aso region, Kumamoto, Southern Japan

10.Establishment of an efficient in vitro culture and particle bombardment – mediated transformation systems in Miscanthus sinensis Anderss., a potential bioenergy crop.

Message
for examinees
Students should develop the ability to identify problems on their own and find solutions. Recently, it is said that many students are introverts, but I hope that students at the Graduate School of Global Food Resources will actively go to other countries to compete on the world stage and also re-evaluate Japan’s strengths.
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