2022 - Research.com Plant Science and Agronomy in Japan Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Botany, Herbivore, Tetranychus urticae, Arabidopsis and Jasmonic acid. His Botany research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phytoseiidae and Horticulture. His Herbivore research is classified as research in Ecology.
His studies in Tetranychus urticae integrate themes in fields like Salicylic acid, Spider and Tetranychus. His Arabidopsis research incorporates elements of Arabidopsis thaliana, Cell fate determination and Cell biology. Junji Takabayashi has included themes like SA - Salicylic acid, Methyl salicylate, Silver thiosulfate, 1-Aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid and Regulation of gene expression in his Jasmonic acid study.
Junji Takabayashi spends much of his time researching Botany, Herbivore, Ecology, Host and Parasitoid. Many of his studies on Botany apply to Horticulture as well. His Herbivore research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Pest control, Plant defense against herbivory and Natural enemies.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Zoology, Hymenoptera, Mythimna separata and Pieris rapae. His work deals with themes such as Diamondback moth and Parasitism, which intersect with Parasitoid. His Tetranychus urticae research integrates issues from Phytoseiidae, Acariformes, Predation and Olfactometer.
His primary areas of study are Botany, Herbivore, Horticulture, Larva and Parasitoid. Junji Takabayashi frequently studies issues relating to Spider and Botany. His Spider research includes themes of Omnivore, Tetranychus urticae and Noctuidae.
Herbivore is a subfield of Ecology that Junji Takabayashi explores. Junji Takabayashi usually deals with Larva and limits it to topics linked to Olfactometer and Infestation. His studies deal with areas such as Diamondback moth, Terpenoid and Brassica rapa as well as Parasitoid.
Junji Takabayashi focuses on Botany, Larva, Herbivore, Predation and Aphid. His work in Biological pest control, Spodoptera litura, Glycoside and Plant species are all subfields of Botany research. His work is dedicated to discovering how Biological pest control, Animal ecology are connected with Cotesia vestalis and other disciplines.
The various areas that Junji Takabayashi examines in his Larva study include Horticulture and Olfactometer. He works in the field of Herbivore, focusing on Green leaf volatiles in particular. His Predation research incorporates elements of Linalool, Miridae, Spider and Noctuidae.
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PLANT STRATEGIES OF MANIPULATING PREDATOR- PREY INTERACTIONS THROUGH ALLELOCHEMICALS: PROSPECTS FOR APPLICATION IN PEST CONTROL
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1990)
Herbivory-induced volatiles elicit defence genes in lima bean leaves.
Gen-ichiro Arimura;Rika Ozawa;Takeshi Shimoda;Takaaki Nishioka.
Plant-carnivore mutualism through herbivore-induced carnivore attractants.
Trends in Plant Science (1996)
Chemical and molecular ecology of herbivore-induced plant volatiles: proximate factors and their ultimate functions.
Gen Ichiro Arimura;Kenji Matsui;Junji Takabayashi.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2009)
Volatile herbivore-induced terpenoids in plant-mite interactions: Variation caused by biotic and abiotic factors.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1994)
SCREAM/ICE1 and SCREAM2 Specify Three Cell-State Transitional Steps Leading to Arabidopsis Stomatal Differentiation
Masahiro M. Kanaoka;Lynn Jo Pillitteri;Hiroaki Fujii;Yuki Yoshida.
The Plant Cell (2008)
Developmental stage of herbivore Pseudaletia separata affects production of herbivore-induced synomone by corn plants.
J. Takabayashi;S. Takahashi;M. Dicke;M.A. Posthumus.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1995)
Involvement of Jasmonate- and Salicylate-Related Signaling Pathways for the Production of Specific Herbivore-Induced Volatiles in Plants
Rika Ozawa;Gen Ichiro Arimura;Junji Takabayashi;Takeshi Shimoda.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2000)
Changing green leaf volatile biosynthesis in plants: An approach for improving plant resistance against both herbivores and pathogens
Kaori Shiojiri;Kyutaro Kishimoto;Rika Ozawa;Soichi Kugimiya.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2006)
Variation in composition of predator-attracting allelochemicals emitted by herbivore-infested plants: Relative influence of plant and herbivore
Junji Takabayashi;Marcel Dicke;Maarten A. Posthumus.
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