ARASE Sakae

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Name
ARASE Sakae
Affiliation
Shimane University
Degree
(BLANK)(Nagoya University)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
Studies on host-selective infection mechanism of Pyricularia oryzae Cavara(2) Production of susceptibility-inducing factor(2) from germinating spores and their phytotoxicity(jointly worked)
Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   56(3)    1990
Studies on host-selective infection mechanism of Pyricularia oryzae Cavara(3) Light-dependency of leaf necrosis formation by toxin(s) from germinatinting spores(jointly worked)
Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   56(3)    1990
Studies on host-selective infection mechanism of Pyricularia oryzae Cavara(1) Usefulness of rice cv. Sekiguchi-asahi as a test plant for detection of disease determinant(s)(jointly worked)
Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Shimane University   22    1988
Induction of inaccessibility of Pyricularia oryzae Preinoculation of P. grisea in rice leaf-sheath cells(jointly worked)
Journal of Phytopathology   134(2)    1992
Protection of broad bean leaves against chocolete or red spot by several Pyricularia spp. (jointly worked)
Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Shimane University   24    1990

Books etc

 
Pathogenicity and susceptibility-inducing factor
1991   
Host-Specific Toxins : Recognition and Specificity Factors in Plant Disease(jointly worked)
The Organizing Committee of Tottori University's International Symposium on Host-Specific Toxins   1989   
Host-specific toxin : Biosynthesis, receptor and molecular biology
The Organizing Committee of Tottori University's International Symposium on Host-Specific Toxins   1994   
Toxins in plant disease development and evolving bitotechnology
Oxford and IBH Publishing Co   1997   
Molecular Genetics of Host-Specific Toxins in Plant Disease
Klumer Academic Publishers   1998   

Works

 
U. S. -Japan joint research on the molecular pathology of host-specific-toxin-depending fungal infection to plants
1991
Signal transduction in plant infection
1992 - 1993
US-Canada-Japan Joint Study on plant molecular Pathology : New development in research of host-specific-toxin-depending fungal infection to plants
1993
Signal transduction in plant infection
1993
The Japan-U.S.Scientific Seminar on Molecular aspects of pathogenicity and host resistance : Reguirements for signal transduction
1995

Research Grants & Projects

 
Host-selective infection mechanism of Pyricularia oryzae in rice blast
Project Year: 1979   
Light-dependent necrosis formation by fungal toxins
Project Year: 1985   
Role of PR-protein in systemic induced resistance
Project Year: 1995   
Elucidation of blast resistance by using lesion mimic mutant rice
Plant disease control by light
Project Year: 2001