EZAKI Bunichi

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Name
EZAKI Bunichi
URL
http://www.rib.okayama-u.ac.jp/research/pgm-hp.html
Affiliation
Okayama University
Section
Institute of Plant Science and Resources
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Dr(Med)(Kumamoto University), Ms(Engineering)(Sojo University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1992
   
 
 Research Associate,Okayama University
 
2005
   
 
- Associate Professor,Institute of Plant Science and Resources,Okayama University
 
1981
 - 
1987
 Researcher,Dojindo Laboratories Dept. Res. & Develop. Researcher
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1992
Moleclar genetics, Graduate School, Division of Medicine, Kumamoto University
 
 
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1985
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Sojo University
 
 
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1981
Faculty of Agriculture, Kagoshima University
 

Misc

 
Estimation of anionic residues of agar-agar for electrophoresis by colloid titration
Bunseki Kagaku   33    1984
Molecular mechanisms on adaptation against heavy metal stress in the musty-odor producing cyanobacterium Oscillatoria brevis
Preparative Chromatography Association   1(3) 16-25   2007
Effect of heavy metal ions on the profile of metallothionein in the musty-producing cyanobacterium Oscillatoria brevis
Nakashima, Hirose, Hashimoto, Ezaki, Yamasaki,Konnno
J. Prep. Chromatography   3(1) 62-64   2008

Books etc

 
The Mechanism of Aluminium Toxicity and Tolerance in Higher Plants
Biotechnology and Biodiversity in Agriculture/Forestry   1999   
Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model system for the study of aluminum (Al) resistant mechanism in plants
Recent Res.Devel Microbiology Research Signpost T.C.36/248(1) Trivandrum-8,India   2000   ISBN:81-7736-014-0

Conference Activities & Talks

 
AvSAMS1 gene dependent epigenetic gene-regulation and Al accumulation by the AvABCG1 transporter under Al stress in a poaseae wild plant, Andropogon virginicus L.
Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition   2014   
AvSAMS1 gene of Andropogon virginicus L. is related to an epigenetic gene-regulation under Al stress and confers Al tolerance.
VISCEAIII Austropa Interconvention (Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance III)   2015   
An S-adenosyl methionine synthetase (SAMS) gene from Andropogon virginicus L. facilitates epigenetic gene regulation under aluminum (Al) stress in Arabidopsis thaliana.
27th International Congress on Arabidopsis Research 2016   2015   
Characterization of epigenetic gene-regulation through the AvSAMS1 gene derived from a poaceae wild plant Andropogon virginicus L. in Al tolerance
24th International Congress on Arabidopsis Research 2015   2015   
AvSAMS1 gene dependent epigenetic gene-regulation under Al stress
Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition   2015   

Works

 
Can an epigenetic gene-regulation via SAMS confer aluminum stress tolerance in plants?
2015 - 2018
Can an epigenetic gene-regulation via SAMS confer aluminum stress tolerance in plants?
2015 - 2018
Relation between an epigenetic gene-regulation via the AvSAMS1 gene and Al tolerant mechansim in plant
2015 - 2016
Screening and molecular biological characterization of novel aluminum (Al) resistant genes derived from weed plants
Screening and molecular biological characterization of novel aluminum (Al) resistant genes derived from weed plants
2004 - 2006

Research Grants & Projects

 
Adaptation to environmental stress by epigenetic gene-regulation in plants
Basic Science Research Program
Project Year: 2010   
Epigenetic gene-regulatioon is a very important system to adapt to various environmentla stress in plants. The SAMS1, Suvh4, Met1 genes are molecular genetically characterized to clarify the mechansim.
Molecular biological analysis for tolerance mechanism for metal ion stresses and oxidalive stress in microorganisms
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1994   
Molecular genetical analyses for response mechanisms to matel ion stresses and oxidative stresses in plants.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1996   
Characterization of high tolerant mechanisms for various stresses (metal stresses and oxidative stresses) in wild plants and an application for global environmental problems
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2004