Hiroshi Ezura mainly focuses on Botany, Biochemistry, Genetics, Gene and Solanum. The Botany study combines topics in areas such as Symbiosis, Signal transduction and Horticulture. His research combines Ripening and Biochemistry.
Gene is closely attributed to Cell biology in his work. His work deals with themes such as Salinity, Abscisic acid, Starch, Sucrose and Aminobutyric acid, which intersect with Solanum. His study looks at the intersection of Genome and topics like Mutagenesis with Biotechnology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Gene, Biochemistry, Genetics and Mutant. His Botany research includes elements of Genetically modified crops, Melon and Transformation. He combines subjects such as Cultivar and Cucurbitaceae with his study of Melon.
His Gene research incorporates themes from Solanum, Parthenocarpy and Cell biology. Hiroshi Ezura combines topics linked to Ripening with his work on Biochemistry. His Mutant research includes themes of Mutation and TILLING.
His primary areas of investigation include Gene, Mutant, Horticulture, Parthenocarpy and Genetics. His studies deal with areas such as Solanum and Cell biology as well as Gene. The various areas that Hiroshi Ezura examines in his Mutant study include Mutation, TILLING, Sugar and Sterility.
His Parthenocarpy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Gibberellin, Wild type and Ovary. His Genetics research incorporates elements of Cytidine and Carotenoid. His research in Genome editing tackles topics such as Biotechnology which are related to areas like Botany.
Gene, Mutant, Cell biology, Biochemistry and Genetics are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Ripening, Transcription factor and Jasmonate in his study of Cell biology. In his study, Aminobutyric acid and Botany is inextricably linked to Plant biochemistry, which falls within the broad field of Ripening.
His primary area of study in Botany is in the field of Plant species. His Biochemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Solanum. His Gene expression study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cucumis and Melon.
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Targeted base editing in rice and tomato using a CRISPR-Cas9 cytidine deaminase fusion
Zenpei Shimatani;Sachiko Kashojiya;Mariko Takayama;Rie Terada.
Nature Biotechnology (2017)
A Highly Efficient Transformation Protocol for Micro-Tom, a Model Cultivar for Tomato Functional Genomics
Hyeon-Jin Sun;Sayaka Uchii;Shin Watanabe;Hiroshi Ezura.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2006)
Large-scale analysis of full-length cDNAs from the tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) cultivar Micro-Tom, a reference system for the Solanaceae genomics
Koh Aoki;Kentaro Yano;Ayako Suzuki;Shingo Kawamura.
BMC Genomics (2010)
Salinity induces carbohydrate accumulation and sugar-regulated starch biosynthetic genes in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L. cv. ‘Micro-Tom’) fruits in an ABA- and osmotic stress-independent manner
Yong-Gen Yin;Yoshie Kobayashi;Atsuko Sanuki;Satoru Kondo.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2010)
Biochemical mechanism on GABA accumulation during fruit development in tomato.
Takashi Akihiro;Satoshi Koike;Ryoji Tani;Takehiro Tominaga.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2008)
TOMATOMA : A Novel Tomato Mutant Database Distributing Micro-Tom Mutant Collections
Takeshi Saito;Tohru Ariizumi;Yoshihiro Okabe;Erika Asamizu.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2011)
Stage- and tissue-specific expression of ethylene receptor homolog genes during fruit development in muskmelon.
Kumi Sato-Nara;Ken-Ichi Yuhashi;Katsumi Higashi;Kazushige Hosoya.
Plant Physiology (1999)
Tomato TILLING Technology: Development of a Reverse Genetics Tool for the Efficient Isolation of Mutants from Micro-Tom Mutant Libraries
Yoshihiro Okabe;Erika Asamizu;Takeshi Saito;Chiaki Matsukura.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2011)
Effects of ethylene precursor and inhibitors for ethylene biosynthesis and perception on nodulation in Lotus japonicus and Macroptilium atropurpureum.
Noriyuki Nukui;Hiroshi Ezura;Ken Ichi Yuhashi;Tsuyoshi Yasuta.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2000)
Rhizobitoxine Production by Bradyrhizobium elkanii Enhances Nodulation and Competitiveness on Macroptilium atropurpureum
Ken-Ichi Yuhashi;Norikazu Ichikawa;Hiroshi Ezura;Shoichiro Akao.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2000)
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