IIJIMA Morio

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Name
IIJIMA Morio
Affiliation
Kindai University
Section
Faculty of Agriculture Department of Agricultural Science
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Agriculture(Nagoya University)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1991
Graduate School, Division of Agriculture, Nagoya University
 
 
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1983
Faculty of Agriculture, Nagoya University
 

Published Papers

 
Iijima, M, Awala SK, Watanabe Y, Kawato Y, Fujioka Y, Yamane K, Wada KC
Journal of Plant Physiology   192 21-25   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
Iijima M, Yamane K, Izumi Y, Daimon H, and Motonaga T
Plant Production Science   18(2) 197-208   Dec 2015   [Refereed]
Iijima M, Watanabe T, Yoshida T, Kawasaki M, Kato T, Yamane K
Journal of plant physiology   178 64-68   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
Iijima M, Matsushita N
Journal of plant physiology   168(17) 2072-2080   Nov 2011   [Refereed]
Iijima M, Yoshida T, Kato T, Kawasaki M, Watanabe T, Somasundaram S
Journal of experimental botany   62(6) 2179-2188   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
Iijima M, Higuchi T, Barlow PW
Annals of botany   94(3) 473-477   Sep 2004   [Refereed]
Crop Production in Namibia: Present situation and perspectives.
Tokai Journal of Crop Science   134 9-14   Mar 2004
Proceedings for the 4th International Crop Science Congress      Jan 2005
Plant Production Science   11(1) 17-27   Jan 2008
Contrasting root responses by genotypes of rice species under compacted soil in the upland.
Proceedings of the 13th agricultural scientific society of Namibia   44-48   Aug 2009
Seasonal variations in the performance of rice genotypes grown in north-central Namibia.
Proceedings of the 13th agricultural scientific society of Namibia   49-56   Aug 2009
Preliminary Results on Energy Balance of Seasonal Wetland in Northern Namibia Toward the water Use Assessment to Introduce Rice Cropping.
Proceedings of the 13th agricultural scientific society of Namibia   57-68   Aug 2009
Regulation of rhizosphere acidification by photosynthetic activity in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. walp.) seedlings.
Rao TP, Yano K, Iijima M, Yamauchi A, Tatsumi J
Annals of botany   89(2) 213-220   Feb 2002   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Effects of Soil Compaction on the Development of Rice and Maize Root Systems
Environmental and Experimental BotanyEnvironmental and Experimental Botany   31 333-342   1991
Interspecific Differences of the Root System Structures of Four Cereal Species as Affected by Soil Compaction. (共著)
Japanese Journal of Crop ScienceJapanese Journal of Crop Science   60 130-138   1991
Seminal Root Growth in Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor. M)under Allelopathic Influences from Residues of Taro (ColoCasia Esculenta L).
Annals of BotanyAnnals of Botany   69 493-496   1992
Morio IIJIMA, Jiro TATSUMI, Yasuhiro KONO
Environmental Control in BiologyEnvironmental Control in Biology   28(2) 41-51   1990
Effects of Soil Compaction on Yield Response of Four Cereal Species
Crop Production and Improvement Technology in AsiaCrop Production and Improvement Technology in Asia   115-122   1993

Books etc

 
The influence of high root zone temperature during plant establishment on the development of the root system of cassava and sweet potato(共著)
Crop research in Asia : Achievements and perspectiveCrop research in Asia : Achievements and perspective   1996   
Effects of soil compaction on the radial expansion of axile roots in cereal and leguminous species(共著)
Crop research in Asia : Achievements and perspectiveCrop research in Asia : Achievements and perspective   1996   
Approach for sustainable crop production system in red acid soil region in indonesia. In Horie, T. et al. eds. World food security and crop production technologies for tomorrow
Cosmic Printing, Kyoto.In Horie, T. et al. eds. World food security and crop production technologies for tomorrow, Cosmic Printing, Kyoto.   1999   
Regulation of phosphorus solubilization by light conditions on shoot in legumes. In Horst WJ et al. eds, Developments in plant and soil sciences vol. 92, Plant Nutrition, Food security and sustainability of agro-ecosystems through basic and applied res・・・
Kluwer academic publishers, Dordercht   2001   
Regulation of phosphorus solubilization by light conditions on shoot in legumes. In Horst WJ et al. eds, Developments in plant and soil sciences vol. 92, Plant Nutrition, Food security and sustainability of agro-ecosystems through basic and applie...
Developments in plant and soil sciences vol. 101, Roots: The dynamic interface between plants and the earth.
Kluwer academic publishers, Dordercht   2003   
Proposal of sustainable cropping systems in red acid soil region in Indonesia: coffee hilly area and cassava middle terrace area. Proceedings of the international symposium “Can biological production harmonize with environment? -Reports from research s・・・
The university of Tokyo and The United Nations University   1999   
Proposal of sustainable cropping systems in red acid soil region in Indonesia: coffee hilly area and cassava middle terrace area. Proceedings of the international symposium “Can biological production harmonize with environment? -Reports from resea...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
 Analyzing origin of rainwater and shallow groundwater in seasonal wetlands
22 May 2016   
Collaboration between Local Farmers and Scientists towards Introduction of Flood- and Drought-adaptive Cropping Systems
22 May 2016   
Field Evaluation of Mixed cropping of millet species with rice in temperate Japan and semiarid Namibia: The survival rates and yields of millets under flash flood stress
28 Mar 2016   
Survival of Mix-cropped Pearl Millet and Sorghum with Rice under Flash Flood Stresses in the Experimental Paddy Field in Semiarid North-Central Namibia
5 Sep 2015   
Evaluation of surface water dynamics for water-food security in seasonal wetlands, north-central Namibia. IAHS-EGU
Hiyama, T., T. Suzuki, M. Hanamura, H. Mizuochi, J.R. Kambatuku, J.N. Niipele, Y. Fujioka, T. Ohta, and M. Iijima
International Symposium on Agricultural Use of Seasonal Wetlands in Southern Africa   8 Sep 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ecological Roles of Root Border Cell and Mucilage exudation
No tillage cultivation & Root growth