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Science Seminar

The 8th Science Seminar

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Research

top_img Microbial communities demonstrate a wealth of behavior in response to environmental stimuli due to the variety of and interactions between microbes in these communities. Furthermore, they have a significant impact on human life and well-being, highlighting the need for innovative technologies to control microbial community development.

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Jun 5, 2018
Associate Professor Takuya Suzaki from Interkingdom Interaction Group at University of Tsukuba( Life and Environmental Sciences ) and his research on a bacterium that invades the plant roots have been featured on the database website, Nature INDEX.
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“Rooting out plant responses”
April 1, 2018
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University of Tsukuba
Life Science Center for Survival Dynamics of TARA, Building C
ERATO NOMURA Microbial Community Control Project
1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN
March 20, 2018
The 8th Science Seminar will take place at University of Tsukuba on May 17, 2018.
Feb 5, 2018
Associate Prof. Takuya Suzaki's group has announced new study which reveals the Lotus japonicus NITRATE UNRESPONSIVE SYMBIOSIS 1 (NRSYM1) gene encoding a NIN-LIKE PROTEIN transcription factor acts as a key regulator in the nitrate-induced pleiotropic control of root nodule symbiosis. The original paper has published in Nature Communications volume 9: A NIN-LIKE PROTEIN mediates nitrate-induced control of root nodule symbiosis in Lotus japonicus. See also Study sheds light on how plants get their nitrogen fix"
Jan 25,2018
Takeshita Ph.D.(et al.) has published new paper in Science Advances 24 Jan 2018.See also "High-res imaging gives an unparalleled view of how fungi grow".
Jan 1,2018
Our research manajor, Shigeyuki Betsuyaku Ph.D.(et al.) has published new paper in Plant & Cell Physiology issued on January 2018. This paper is introduced in the same issue's Commentary and selected as Research Highlights.

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