OHNUMA Akio

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Name
OHNUMA Akio
Affiliation
The Dainippon Silk Foundation
Section
Institute of Sericulture
Job title
Chief Researcher
Degree
Doctor of Agriculture(Kyushu University)

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Breeding of the new balanced lethal strain which aims at the increase in efficiency of PLATINA BOY eggs production in the silkworm .
AKIO OHNUMA, YOKO TAKEMURA, YUJI MOCHIDA and MASAE MATSUMOTO
Rep. Joul. Dainippon Silk Foundation.   64 17-29   Feb 2017   [Refereed]
Development of the only males strain with Midlle Size Cocoon Filament using the sex-linked balanced lethal strain and sex-limited black-egg strains of the silkmorm.
AKIO OHNUMA, YOKO TAKEMURA, YUJI MOCHIDA and MASAE MATSUMOTO
Rep. Joul. Dainippon Silk Foundation.   61 11-20   2013   [Refereed]
Birth of special silkworm breed that can hatch only males from the eggs
Akio OHNUMA and Hajime INOUE
FARMING JAPAN   39(5) 42-44   2005   [Refereed][Invited]
A new type of sex-linked chocolate mutant schℓ.
Akio OHNUMA
Rep. Joul. Dainippon Silk Foundation.   49 1-7   2001
Search for food habit mutations hidden in native races of the silkworm, Bombyx mori, and their mode of inheritance
Akio OHNUMA
Rep. Joul. Dainippon Silk Foundation.   47(47) 5-49   1999   [Invited]

Misc

 
The history of the development of male-rearing silkworm strains , Bombyx mori.
Akio OHNUMA
Rep. Joul. Dainippon Silk Foundation.   54 1-10   2006
Dosage effects of polyphagous genes, PhB, PhS and Sek, of the Silkworm, Bombyx mori.
AKIO OHNUMA, YOKO TAKEMURA, and YATARO TAZIMA
Rep. Joul. Dainippon Silk Foundation.   50 79-87   2002
Further studies on non-preference mutations in the silkworm 1. Induction of new mutants and their transmissibility
REPORTS OF THE SILK SCIENCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE   33, 1-19    1985
Further studies on non-preference mutation in the silkworm 2. Gnetic analyses of mutant strains and their interrelationship
REPORTS OF THE SILK SCIENCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE   34, 1-16    1986
Further studies on non-preference mutation in the silkworm 3. A new sex-linked mutant that show defective food-preference
REPORTS OF THE SILK SCIENCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE   34, 17-25    1986

Research Grants & Projects

 
Genetic studies of food habit mutations in the silkworm.
Breeding of wide food range strains of the silkworm