Ryuji Ishikawa


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Ryuji

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Ishikawa

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2019-02 Molecular discrimination of landraces of Citrus species in the Okinawa, Japan in GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
  • 2016-09 Archaeogenetic study of prehistoric rice remains from Thailand and India: evidence of early japonica in South and Southeast Asia in ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  • 2016-03 Morphological and molecular genetics of ancient remains and modern rice (Oryza sativa) confirm diversity in ancient Japan in GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
  • 2014-12 Chloroplast Genome of Novel Rice Germplasm Identified in Northern Australia in TROPICAL PLANT BIOLOGY
  • 2014 DNA Extraction from Rice Endosperm (Including a Protocol for Extraction of DNA from Ancient Seed Samples) in CEREAL GENOMICS
  • 2013-12 Molecular relationships between Australian annual wild rice, Oryza meridionalis, and two related perennial forms in RICE
  • 2013-05 A population genetics-based approach reveals candidate gene regions important in the determination of resistance specificity for the Pik family of rice blast resistance genes in JOURNAL OF GENERAL PLANT PATHOLOGY
  • 2012-10 DDM1 (Decrease in DNA Methylation) genes in rice (Oryza sativa) in MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
  • 2010-12 Australian Oryza: Utility and Conservation in RICE
  • 2010-06 Rice archaeological remains and the possibility of DNA archaeology: examples from Yayoi and Heian periods of Northern Japan in ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCES
  • 2010-02 Haplotype diversity and molecular evolution of the rice Pikm locus for blast resistance in JOURNAL OF GENERAL PLANT PATHOLOGY
  • 2009-12 Mapping of rice Ur1 (Undulated rachis‐1) gene with effect on increasing spikelet number per panicle and sink size, and development of selection markers for the breeding by the use of Ur1 in HEREDITAS
  • 2006-03 Genetic Erosion from Modern Varieties into Traditional Upland Rice Cultivars (Oryza sativa L.) in Northern Thailand in GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
  • 2005-06 Origin of Weedy Rice Grown in Bhutan and the Force of Genetic Diversity in GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
  • 2003-09 Isolation of a subfamily of genes for R2R3-MYB transcription factors showing up-regulated expression under nitrogen nutrient-limited conditions in PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
  • 2002-09 Origin of cytoplasm substituted rice cultivars found in Japan in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
  • 2002-06 Genetic resources of primitive upland rice in Laos in ECONOMIC BOTANY
  • 2002-05 Different maternal origins of Japanese lowland and upland rice populations in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
  • 2002-05 Analysis of the duplicated CHS1 gene related to the suppression of the seed coat pigmentation in yellow soybeans in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
  • 2001-06 Characterization of a DMC1 homologue, RiLIM15, in meiotic panicles, mitotic cultured cells and mature leaves of rice (Oryzasativa L.) in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
  • 1999-03 Enhanced expression and differential inducibility of soybean chalcone synthase genes by supplemental UV-B in dark-grown seedlings in PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
  • 1997-12 Complex constitutive nature of Japanese upland rice, Oryza sativa L. in EUPHYTICA
  • 1993-04 Establishment of somatic hybrid cell lines between Zea mays L. (maize) and Triticum sect, trititrigia MacKey (trititrigia) in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
  • 1993 Molecular State in Somatic Hybrids among Gramineous and Leguminous Species in BIOTECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE
  • 1992-05 Pollen-derived rice calli that have large deletions in plastid DNA do not require protein synthesis in plastids for growth in MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
  • 1992-01 DNA-RAPDs detect genetic variation and paternity in Malus in EUPHYTICA
  • 1990-12 Variation in a single protoplast- and seed-derived population of Lotus corniculatus L. in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
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