In his work, Wataru Sakamoto performs multidisciplinary research in Fishery and Oceanography. Wataru Sakamoto incorporates Oceanography and Fishery in his studies. Many of his studies on Turtle (robot) involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Sea turtle. His research ties Turtle (robot) and Sea turtle together. He merges many fields, such as Gene and Genetics, in his writings. His study deals with a combination of Genetics and Molecular biology. Molecular biology and Gene are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. He performs integrative Meristem and Inflorescence research in his work. Many of his studies on Inflorescence involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Botany.
As a part of the same scientific family, Wataru Sakamoto mostly works in the field of Turtle (robot), focusing on Fishery and, on occasion, Squid. Many of his research projects under Strontium are closely connected to Cephalopod with Cephalopod, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study connects Strontium and Organic chemistry. Wataru Sakamoto integrates many fields, such as Ecology, Zoology and Oceanography, in his works. His study deals with a combination of Zoology and Ecology. He integrates several fields in his works, including Oceanography and Fishery. His work in Internal medicine is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Urinary system. His Internal medicine research extends to the thematically linked field of Urinary system. Endocrinology and Blood pressure are commonly linked in his work.
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Coordinated Regulation and Complex Formation of YELLOW VARIEGATED1 and YELLOW VARIEGATED2, Chloroplastic FtsH Metalloproteases Involved in the Repair Cycle of Photosystem II in Arabidopsis Thylakoid Membranes
Wataru Sakamoto;Adi Zaltsman;Zach Adam;Yuichiro Takahashi.
The Plant Cell (2003)
Protein Degradation Machineries in Plastids
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2006)
The VAR1 locus of Arabidopsis encodes a chloroplastic FtsH and is responsible for leaf variegation in the mutant alleles.
Wataru Sakamoto;Takayuki Tamura;Yuko Hanba-Tomita;Minoru Murata.
Genes to Cells (2002)
The YELLOW VARIEGATED (VAR2) locus encodes a homologue of FtsH, an ATP-dependent protease in Arabidopsis.
Katsuaki Takechi;Sodmergen;Minoru Murata;Fusao Motoyoshi.
Plant and Cell Physiology (2000)
Cloning and molecular analysis of the Arabidopsis gene Terminal Flower 1
S. Ohshima;M. Murata;W. Sakamoto;Y. Ogura.
Molecular Genetics and Genomics (1997)
Altered mitochondrial gene expression in a maternal distorted leaf mutant of Arabidopsis induced by chloroplast mutator.
Wataru Sakamoto;Hideki Kondo;Minoru Murata;Fusao Motoyoshi.
The Plant Cell (1996)
Highly Oxidized Peroxisomes Are Selectively Degraded via Autophagy in Arabidopsis
Michitaro Shibata;Michitaro Shibata;Kazusato Oikawa;Kohki Yoshimoto;Kohki Yoshimoto;Maki Kondo.
The Plant Cell (2013)
The Variegated Mutants Lacking Chloroplastic FtsHs Are Defective in D1 Degradation and Accumulate Reactive Oxygen Species
Yusuke Kato;Eiko Miura;Kunio Ido;Kentaro Ifuku.
Plant Physiology (2009)
Widespread Endogenization of Genome Sequences of Non-Retroviral RNA Viruses into Plant Genomes
Sotaro Chiba;Hideki Kondo;Akio Tani;Daisuke Saisho.
PLOS Pathogens (2011)
Functional divergence of the TFL1‐like gene family in Arabidopsis revealed by characterization of a novel homologue
Naozumi Mimida;Koji Goto;Yasushi Kobayashi;Takashi Araki.
Genes to Cells (2001)
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