HATAKEYAMA Masatsugu

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Name
HATAKEYAMA Masatsugu
Affiliation
National Agriculture and Food Research Organization
Section
Institute of Agrobiological Sciences,NARO
Job title
Principal Scientist
Degree
Ph.D(Kobe University)
Research funding number
50281142
ORCID ID
0000-0002-6220-5613

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Yunxian Huang, Masatsugu Hatakeyama, Osamu Shimmi
Arthropod Structure & Development   47(4) 408-415   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
Masayuki Saigusa, Yuriko Hirano, Bong Jung Kang, Kazuki Sekiné, Masatsugu Hatakeyama, Takahiro Nanri, Masami Hamaguchi, Nobufumi Masunari
Journal of Marine Biology & Oceanography   7(2)    Apr 2018   [Refereed]
Daisuke S. Yamamoto, Megumi Sumitani, Masatsugu Hatakeyama, Hiroyuki Matsuoka
Transgenic Research   27(1) 51-60   Feb 2018   [Refereed]
Daisuke Kageyama, Chung-Hsiung Wang, Masatsugu Hatakeyama
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology   150 76-81   Nov 2017   [Refereed]
Shotaro Mine, Megumi Sumitani, Fugaku Aoki, Masatsugu Hatakeyama, Masataka G. Suzuki
Applied Entomology and Zoology   52 497-509   Aug 2017   [Refereed]
© 2017, The Author(s). Sexual fate of the sawfly, Athalia rosae (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) is determined by the complementary sex determination (CSD) mechanism as is the case in honeybees. However, to date, genes involved in sex determination h...

Misc

 
Factors involved in sex determination in Hymenoptera
HATAKEYAMA Masatsugu
The Nature & Insects   54(5) 11-14   Apr 2019   [Invited]

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2005 - 2008    Investigator(s): Masatsugu HATAKEYAMA
Development of systems for gene functional analysis in non-model insects using transgenic technology
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2005   
Regulation of meiotic cell cycle arrest in insects
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2003   
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 1998 - 2000    Investigator(s): Kugao OISHI
Most oviparous animals, both invertebrates and vertebrates, employ vitellin (Vn) as the major egg yolk protein. In most insects, the precursor, vitellogenin (Vg), is synthesized in the fat body cells, cleaved to subunits and secreted into the hemo...