KUROIWA Tsuneyoshi

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Name
KUROIWA Tsuneyoshi
E-mail
tkuroiwafc.jwu.ac.jp
Affiliation
Japan Women's University
Section
Departtment of Chemical and Biological Science
Job title
Visiting Fellow
Research funding number
50033353

Research Areas

 
 
  • Biological Science / Cell biology / Genome-micromorphology Organelle biology

Education

 
 
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1971
Graduate School, Division of Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1968
Graduate School, Division of Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1966
Faculty of Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University(東京都立大学)
 

Published Papers

 
DNA replication pattern in somatic chromosomes of Creplis capillaris.
Kuroiwa, T. and Tanaka, N.
Cytologia   35 271-279   1970   [Refereed]
Fine structures of interphase nuclei. II The behavior of The chromatin during G1 period revealed by electron microscopic autoradiography.
Kuroiwa, T. and Tanaka, N.
J. Electron Microscopy   19 63-69   1970   [Refereed]
Asynchronous dispersion of chromosomes from telophase to G1 period as revealed by electron microscopic autoradiography.
Kuroiwa, T. and Tanaka, N.
Exp. Cell Res.   65 177-185   1971   [Refereed]
Asynchronous condensation of chromosomes from early prophase tolate prophase as revealed by electron microscopic autoradiography.
Kuroiwa, T.
Exp. Cell Res   69 97-105   1971   [Refereed]
Fine structures of interphase nuclei I. The morphological classification of nucleus in interphase of Crepis capillaris.
Kuroiwa, T. and Tanaka, N.
Cytologia   36 143-160   1971   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Fine stuctures of interphase nuclei IV. The behavior of late replicating chromatin during a late portion of the S period as revealed by electron microscopic autoradiography
KUROIWA Tsuneyoshi
49 939-942   1971
Studies on mitochondrial structure and function in Physarum polycephalum III. Electron microscopy of a large amount of DNA released from a central body in mitochondria by trypsin digestion
KUROIWA Tsuneyoshi
63 299-306   1974
Studies on mitochondrial structure and function in Physarum polycephalum V. Behavior of mitochondrial nucleoids throughout mitochondrial division cycle
KUROIWA Tsuneyoshi
72 687-697   1977

Books etc

 
Cell Dyamics 1 - Protoplasma Supplement 1 (M. Tazawa ed.): Division of plastids by a plastid-dividing ring in Cyanidium caldarium.
Mita,T. and Kuroiwa, T.
Springer-Verlag Wien New York   1988   
The molecular and Cellular Biology of the Yeast Saccharomyces Vol.1 Genome Dynanics, Protein Synthesis and Energetics (J. R. Broach, J.R. Pringle and E. W’ Jons eds).
Kuroiwa, T., Miyakawa, I. and Sando,N.
Cole Spring Harbor Laboratory Press   1991   
Evolutionary Pathways and Enigmatic Algae: Cyanidium caldarium (Rhodophyta)and Related Cells (J. Seckbach ed): Cyanidium caladrium as a model cell for studying division of chloroplasts
Kuroiwa, T., Kuroiwa, H., Mita, T. and Ohta, N.
Kluwer Academic Publishers   1994   
Tobacco BY-2 cells, Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry, 53, (Nagata T, Hasezawa S, Inze D eds.) : Studies on dynamic changes of organelles using tobacco BY-2 as the model plant cells line
Sakai A, Miyazawa ,Y. and Kuroiwa, T.
Springer-Verlag Wien New York   2004   
The Structure and Function of Plastids (R. R. Wise and J. K. Hoober eds):The mechanism of plastid division: The structure and origin of the plastid division apparatus.
Miyagishima, S. and Kuroiwa, T.
Springer   2006   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Genome-micromorphological elucidation of the structure and function of division machineries of 3 cellular organelles
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: KAKENHI Grant-in-Aid for Scientific (B)
Project Year: 2016 - 2018    Investigator(s): Kuroiwa Tsuneyoshi
Micromorphological elucidation of the structure and function of the cell division apparatus of three cell organelles (plastids, mitochondria, peroxisomes) based on genome information.
Elucidation of the whole picture of organelle proliferation based on elucidation of peroxisome dividing machinery
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: KAKEN Grant-in-Aid for Scientific (Challenging sprouts)
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2014    Investigator(s): Kuroiwa Tsuneyoshi
We analyzed the structure and function of a single cell membrane microbody (peroxisome) dividing machinery that was first discovered in the world. As a result, the machinery
was a complex ring structure mainly composed of dynamin (Dnm 1) and a thi...
Elucidating the whole picture of plastids and mitochondria dividing machines
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: KAKENHI Grant-in-Aid for Scientific (A)
Project Year: Apr 2010 - Mar 2012    Investigator(s): Kuroiwa Tsuneyoshi
In this study, in addition to the synchronized culture of the cell division of the primitive red alga Cyanidioschyzon established so far, by using gene destruction technology, the isolation of the organelle dividing machineries, the 100% genome de...