(Last updated : 2019-03-20 17:57:24)
   School of Agriculture
   Associate Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. Book Photosynthesis. Energy from the sun (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2008/01
2. Paper Unveiling the Molecular Mechanisms of Plant Autophagy - From Autophagosomes to Vacuoles in Plants (Co-authored (first author)) 2018/07
3. Paper Autophagy Controls Resource Allocations and Protein Storage Accumulation in Arabidopsis Seeds. (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2018/03
4. Paper Autophagy, plant senescence, and nutrient recycling. (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2014/07
5. Paper Plant autophagy is responsible for peroxisomal transition and plays an important role in the maintenance of peroxisomal quality. (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2014/05
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2019/03/15 Plant autophagy: an intracellular system for bulk and selective self-degradation (Japan-Taiwan Plant Biology 2019)
2. 2018/11/12 Physiological meanings of plant autophagy in response to environmental stresses. Aiming to elucidate plant specific functions of autophagy (XVI Latin American Plant Physiology Congress)
3. 2018/09/05 Molecular mimicry: Parasitic Strategy of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus
4. 2016/03 Adaptation of metabolism in autophagy-defective plants during environmental stresses
5. 2015/10 Organelle degradation by autophagy, an intracellular self-degradation system (11th International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology)
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 1991/04~1995/03 University of Shizuoka Graduated
2. 1995/04~1997/03 University of Shizuoka 〔Master degree program〕 Completed
3. 1997/04~2001/03 University of Shizuoka 〔Doctoral course〕 Accomplished credits for doctoral program
4. 2001/09
Degree Acquisition
University of Shizuoka
■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1. 2012/09~2016/09  Role of autophagy in plant adaptation to nitrate and sulfate limitaion in environment 
2. 2011/12~2015/12  Clever survival strategy for plants: selective degradation of organelle/proteins via autophagy in response to environmental stresses 
■ Current Specialized Field
Plant molecular biology/Plantphysiology, Cell biology, Plant nutrition/Soil science