His main research concerns Botany, Aerenchyma, Cell biology, Oryza sativa and Biochemistry. His Botany study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Mutant. Mikio Nakazono studies Aerenchyma, focusing on Aerenchyma formation in particular.
His Aerenchyma formation course of study focuses on Reactive oxygen species and Microdissection. The various areas that Mikio Nakazono examines in his Cell biology study include Microarray analysis techniques, Lotus japonicus and Gene expression profiling. In his research on the topic of Oryza sativa, Suberin and Epidermis is strongly related with Exodermis.
Mikio Nakazono mainly focuses on Botany, Gene, Aerenchyma, Genetics and Biochemistry. The Botany study combines topics in areas such as Laser capture microdissection, Abscisic acid, Lotus japonicus and Cell biology. His Cell biology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cell, Regulation of gene expression and Arabidopsis, Mutant.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Molecular biology under Gene, and may sometimes address concerns connected to NADH dehydrogenase and Ribosomal RNA. The Aerenchyma formation and Zea nicaraguensis research Mikio Nakazono does as part of his general Aerenchyma study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Oxygen transport, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Oryza sativa research integrates issues from Biophysics and Plant physiology.
Mikio Nakazono mostly deals with Aerenchyma, Horticulture, Aerenchyma formation, Soil water and Shoot. His study on Aerenchyma is covered under Botany. His work in Botany addresses issues such as Adaptation, which are connected to fields such as Xylem.
His Aerenchyma formation study which covers Auxin that intersects with Root system and Agronomy. Mikio Nakazono works mostly in the field of Shoot, limiting it down to topics relating to Hypocotyl and, in certain cases, Phloem transport, Sucrose and Cork cambium, as a part of the same area of interest. His studies deal with areas such as Biophysics and Crop as well as Oryza sativa.
His primary areas of investigation include Aerenchyma, Auxin, Aerenchyma formation, Soil water and Cell biology. His study connects Oryza sativa and Aerenchyma. His Oryza sativa research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Shoot, Horticulture, Stele and Crop.
His Soil water research includes themes of Agronomy and Root system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Aleurone, Gene, Mutant and Transport inhibitor. His research in the fields of Lateral root overlaps with other disciplines such as Programmed cell death.
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Rice plants take up iron as an Fe3+-phytosiderophore and as Fe2+.
Yasuhiro Ishimaru;Motofumi Suzuki;Takashi Tsukamoto;Kazumasa Suzuki.
Plant Journal (2006)
The complete sequence of the rice (Oryza sativa L.) mitochondrial genome: frequent DNA sequence acquisition and loss during the evolution of flowering plants
Y Notsu;S Masood;T Nishikawa;N Kubo.
Molecular Genetics and Genomics (2002)
Rice OsYSL15 is an iron-regulated iron(III)-deoxymugineic acid transporter expressed in the roots and is essential for iron uptake in early growth of the seedlings
Haruhiko Inoue;Takanori Kobayashi;Tomoko Nozoye;Michiko Takahashi.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2009)
Drought Induction of Arabidopsis 9-cis-Epoxycarotenoid Dioxygenase Occurs in Vascular Parenchyma Cells
Akira Endo;Yoshiaki Sawada;Hirokazu Takahashi;Masanori Okamoto.
Plant Physiology (2008)
Nod Factor/Nitrate-Induced CLE Genes that Drive HAR1-Mediated Systemic Regulation of Nodulation
Satoru Okamoto;Erika Ohnishi;Shusei Sato;Hirokazu Takahashi.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2009)
Frequent fusion and fission of plant mitochondria with unequal nucleoid distribution
Shin-ichi Arimura;Junko Yamamoto;Gen Paul Aida;Mikio Nakazono.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Ethylene promotes submergence-induced expression of OsABA8ox1, a gene that encodes ABA 8'-hydroxylase in rice.
Hiroaki Saika;Masanori Okamoto;Kentaro Miyoshi;Tetsuo Kushiro.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2006)
GAMYB controls different sets of genes and is differentially regulated by microRNA in aleurone cells and anthers
Hiroyuki Tsuji;Koichiro Aya;Miyako Ueguchi-Tanaka;Yukihisa Shimada.
Plant Journal (2006)
Characterization of the gene family for alternative oxidase from Arabidopsis thaliana
Daisuke Saisho;Eiji Nambara;Satoshi Naito;Nobuhiro Tsutsumi.
Plant Molecular Biology (1997)
Mechanisms for coping with submergence and waterlogging in rice
Shunsaku Nishiuchi;Takaki Yamauchi;Hirokazu Takahashi;Lukasz Kotula.
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