His primary areas of investigation include Arabidopsis thaliana, Mutant, Cell biology, Arabidopsis and Botany. His Arabidopsis thaliana research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Primordium and Petiole. Genetics and Gene are inextricably linked to his Mutant research.
The concepts of his Cell biology study are interwoven with issues in Cell, Cotyledon, Cell growth and Cell Enlargement. His research investigates the connection between Arabidopsis and topics such as Cell division that intersect with issues in Mitosis. His studies deal with areas such as Auxin and Shade avoidance as well as Botany.
Hirokazu Tsukaya focuses on Botany, Cell biology, Arabidopsis thaliana, Mutant and Arabidopsis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Morphogenesis and Leaf morphogenesis. His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Primordium, Cell growth, Cell division, Cell Enlargement and Meristem.
The Arabidopsis thaliana study which covers Petiole that intersects with Shade avoidance. His Mutant research includes elements of Mutation and Phenotype. His research integrates issues of Plant biochemistry and Plant physiology in his study of Plant ecology.
Hirokazu Tsukaya spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Arabidopsis thaliana, Botany, Mutant and Arabidopsis. His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like Endoreduplication, Primordium, Cell division and Pavement cells. He has researched Arabidopsis thaliana in several fields, including Cell morphology, Cell Enlargement, Gametophore, Physcomitrella patens and Plant cell.
As part of the same scientific family, Hirokazu Tsukaya usually focuses on Cell Enlargement, concentrating on Cell growth and intersecting with Cell and Glyoxylate cycle. Hirokazu Tsukaya combines subjects such as Mutation, Sporophyte, Phenotype and Ribosomal protein with his study of Mutant. Genetics and Gene are the areas that his Arabidopsis study falls under.
His primary areas of study are Mutant, Arabidopsis thaliana, Cell biology, Arabidopsis and Mutation. His work carried out in the field of Mutant brings together such families of science as Chloroplast, Thallus and Cell Enlargement. His Arabidopsis thaliana study combines topics in areas such as Marchantia polymorpha, Ribosomal protein, Cell morphology, Biophysics and Bryophyte.
The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Endoreduplication, Ploidy and Cell, Cell division. His Cell division study incorporates themes from Glyoxylate cycle and Cell growth. His research on Arabidopsis concerns the broader Genetics.
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Cell cycling and cell enlargement in developing leaves of Arabidopsis.
Petra M Donnelly;Dario Bonetta;Hirokazu Tsukaya;Ronald E Dengler.
Developmental Biology (1999)
The transcription factor AtGRF5 and the transcription coactivator AN3 regulate cell proliferation in leaf primordia of Arabidopsis thaliana.
Gorou Horiguchi;Gyung-Tae Kim;Hirokazu Tsukaya;Hirokazu Tsukaya;Hirokazu Tsukaya.
Plant Journal (2005)
The ASYMMETRIC LEAVES2 gene of Arabidopsis thaliana, required for formation of a symmetric flat leaf lamina, encodes a member of a novel family of proteins characterized by cysteine repeats and a leucine zipper.
Hidekazu Iwakawa;Yoshihisa Ueno;Endang Semiarti;Hitoshi Onouchi.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2002)
The ASYMMETRIC LEAVES2 gene of Arabidopsis thaliana regulates formation of a symmetric lamina, establishment of venation and repression of meristem-related homeobox genes in leaves
Endang Semiarti;Yoshihisa Ueno;Hirokazu Tsukaya;Hidekazu Iwakawa.
Biological functions of proline in morphogenesis and osmotolerance revealed in antisense transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana
Tokihiko Nanjo;Masatomo Kobayashi;Yoshu Yoshiba;Yukika Sanada.
Plant Journal (1999)
MECHANISM OF LEAF-SHAPE DETERMINATION
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2006)
Two independent and polarized processes of cell elongation regulate leaf blade expansion in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh.
Tomohiko Tsuge;Hirokazu Tsukaya;Hirofumi Uchimiya.
The evolution and functional significance of leaf shape in the angiosperms
Adrienne B. Nicotra;Andrea Leigh;C. Kevin Boyce;Cynthia S. Jones.
Functional Plant Biology (2011)
Sugar-Dependent Expression of the CHS-A Gene for Chalcone Synthase from Petunia in Transgenic Arabidopsis.
Hirokazu Tsukaya;Toshiyuki Ohshima;Satoshi Naito;Mitsuo Chino.
Plant Physiology (1991)
The ANGUSTIFOLIA gene of Arabidopsis, a plant CtBP gene, regulates leaf-cell expansion, the arrangement of cortical microtubules in leaf cells and expression of a gene involved in cell-wall formation
Gyung Tae Kim;Keiko Shoda;Tomohiko Tsuge;Tomohiko Tsuge;Kiu Hyung Cho.
The EMBO Journal (2002)
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