IINO Moritoshi

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Name
IINO Moritoshi
Affiliation
Osaka City University
Section
Graduate School of Science, Biology and Geosciences Course
Degree
Ph. D.(The Australian National Univiersity)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1982
Graduate School, Division of Bioresearch, Under Construction
 
 
 - 
1975
Faculty of Science, Toho University
 

Misc

 
Phototropic response of the stage I Phycomyces sporangiophore to a pulse of blue light(共著)
Proceedings of the national Academy of Science, U. S. A.   81,7103-7107    1984
Kinetic properties of the blue light response of stomata(共著)
Proceedings of the national Academy of Science, U. S. A.   82,8019-8023    1985
The occurrence of a Ca2+ -dependent period in the red-light-induced late G1 phase of germinating Adiantum spores(共著)
Plant Physiology   91,610-616    1989
Mediation of tropisms by lateral translocation of endogenous indole-3-acetic acid in maize coleptiles
Plant, Cell and Environment   14,279-286    1991

Books etc

 
The blue light response of stomata : mechanism and function (共著)
Stomatal Function, Stanford University Press   1987   
Red-light-induced shift of the fluence-response curve for first postive phototropic curvature of maize coleoptiles (共著)
Blue Light Effects on Biological Systems, Springer-Verlag   1984   
Outward-rectifying K+-channels in stomatal guard-cell protoplasts (共著)
Plant Water Relations and Growth under Stress, Yamada Science Foundation   1989   
IAA biosynthesis in maize coleoptiles and pea plumules (共著)
Plant Water Relations and Growth under Stress, Yamada Science Foundation   1989   
The effects of salt concentration and aging on the pigment conposition in ┣DBDunaliella(/)-┫DB (共著)
Plant Water Regulations and Growth under Stress, Yamada Science Foundation   1989   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Functions of plasma membrane in light and hormonal responses
Responses of Plants to Light and Signal Transduction
Auxin-mediated growth regulation
Responses of Plants to Light Environment