Yamaguchi Tomio

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Yamaguchi Tomio
Hiroshima University
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Academic & Professional Experience

Aug 1995
Apr 2000
Research Assistant, Hiroshima University
Apr 1992
Jul 1995
Research Assistant, University of the Ryukyus
May 2000
Associate Professor, Hiroshima University
Apr 2013
Professor, Hiroshima University


Apr 1984
Mar 1990
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Hiroshima University
Apr 1978
Mar 1982
Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of the Ryukyus

Published Papers

Shimamura, Masaki; Yamaguchi, Tomio; Deguchi, Hironori
JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH   121(1) 69-71   Jan 2008   [Refereed]
We have obtained the first momentary photographs of sperms just as they are discharged from the antheridium of a liverwort, Conocephalum conicum, and have succeeded in monitoring the airborne sperms of bryophytes under field conditions. Airborne s...
Oguri, Emiko; Yamaguchi, Tomio; Shimamura, Masaki; Tsubota, Hiromi; Deguchi, Hironori
BRYOLOGIST   111(2) 260-270   May 2008   [Refereed]
Leucobryum boninense is an enigmatic species distributed in southeast China and islands of the northwestern Pacific and is the only species of Leucobryum known from the Bonin Islands which are typical oceanic islands. Molecular phylogenetic analys...
Akiyama, Hiroyuki; Chang, Ying; Yamaguchi, Tomio; Tan, Benito C.
JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY   33 42-49   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
Yakushimabryum longissimum gen. & sp. nov. (Pylaisiadelphaceae, Musci), is described from Yakushima Island, Japan, on the basis of morphology and rbcL data. It is characterized by more or less glossy, yellowish green living plants, naked dormant b...
Male plants of the Japanese species of Leucobryum Hampe (Leucobryaceae, Musci).
HIKOBIA   13(3) 579-590   Dec 2001   [Refereed]
The genus Benitotania (Daltoniaceae, Bryopsida) from Mt. Kinabalu
Bryologist   106(3) 454-459   Apr 2003   [Refereed]


Phylogenetic and morphological notes on Uleobryum naganoi Kiguchi et al. (Pottiaceae, Musci)
HIKOBIA   14(2) 143-147   Dec 2004
Type specimens of bryophytes located in the herbaria of Japan
Building Capacity in Biodiversity Information Sharing 2003   147-152   Apr 2003