藤岡 昭三 FUJIOKA Shozo

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理研・CSRS RIKEN・CSRS (2015年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • P053 Brassinosteroid signaling mutant bil7-1D  [in Japanese]

    Miyaji Tomoko , Ichikawa Takanari , Matsui Minami , Fujioka Shozo , Shinozaki Kazuo , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 50(0), 71, 2015

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  • P052 Brassinosteroid signaling mutant bil8-1D  [in Japanese]

    Yamagami Ayumi , Nakata Genki , Ichikawa Takanari , Matsui Minami , Fujioka Shozo , Shinozaki Kazuo , Kushiro Tetsuo , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 50(0), 70, 2015

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  • P029 Auxin signalling through SCF^<TIR1/AFB> complex mediates feedback regulation of IAA biosynthesis  [in Japanese]

    Takato Shin , Nakamura Ayako , Mochida Keiichi , Soeno Kazuo , Shimada Yukihisa , Mitsui Marie , Ishida Yosuke , Suzuki Masashi , Kakei Yusuke , Yamazaki Chiaki , Ishii Takahiro , Hayashi Ken-ichiro , Fujioka Shozo

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 50(0), 47, 2015

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  • S14 Analysis for physiological function and search for target protein of PPG as a novel compound of promoter for plant growth  [in Japanese]

    Tanaka Shota , Fujioka Shozo , Kushiro Tetsuo , Osada Hiroyuki , Shinozaki Kazuo , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 50(0), 36, 2015

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  • 40. Physiological function of FPX as a novel plant callus inducible compound and PPG as a novel promoter for plant growth  [in Japanese]

    Tanaka Shota , Fujioka Shozo , Osada Hiroyuki , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 49(0), 58, 2014

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  • 38. Brassinosteroid signaling mutants bil7  [in Japanese]

    Miyaji Tomoko , Ichikawa Takanari , Matsui Minami , Fujioka Shozo , Osada Hiroyuki , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 49(0), 56, 2014

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  • 33. Brassinosteroid signaling mutants bil7  [in Japanese]

    Miyaji Tomoko , Ichikawa Takanari , Matsui Minami , Fujioka Shozo , Osada Hiroyuki , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 48(0), 48, 2013

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  • 20. CYP90A1, a brassinosteroid biosynthetic cytochrome P450 of Arabidopsis, catalyzes C-3 oxidation  [in Japanese]

    Ohnishi Toshiyuki , Godza Blanka , Watanabe Bunta , Fujioka Shozo , Hategan Lidia , Shibata Kiyomi , Yokota Takao , Szekeres Miklos , Mizutani Masaharu

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 47(0), 37, 2012

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  • 9. Brassinosteroid signaling mutants bil4  [in Japanese]

    Yamagami Ayumi , Nakano Takeshi , Saito Chieko , Nakazawa Miki , Matsui Minami , Sakuta Masaaki , Nakano Akihiko , Fujioka Shozo , Osada Hiroyuki , Asami Tadao

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 47(0), 26, 2012

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  • 18. Brassinosteroid signaling mutants bil4  [in Japanese]

    Yamagami Ayumi , Saito Chieko , Nakazawa Miki , Matsui Minami , Sakuta Masaaki , Nakano Akihiko , Fhjioka Shozo , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    Brassinosteroids (BRs) are perceived by a cell surface receptor kinase BRI1, and then various components are predicted to be involved to transduce the BRs signal in the cell. To identify additional co …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 46(0), 34, 2011

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  • 7. The mechanism of action of the auxin biosynthesis inhibitor KOK1169  [in Japanese]

    Narukawa Megumi , Soeno Kazuo , Fujioka Shozo , Shimada Yukihisa , Kikuzato Ko , Sato Akiko , Mitani Yuka , Nakamura Ayako , Jikumaru Yusuke , Kamiya Yuji , Hayashi Ken-ichiro , Asami Tadao

    Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), the most important member of the auxin family, has been reported to play an important role in plant development and growth. TRYPTOPHAN AMINOTRANSFERASE of ARABIDOPSIS 1 (TA …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 46(0), 23, 2011

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  • 66. Brassinosteroid signaling mutants bil4  [in Japanese]

    Yamagami Ayumi , Saito Chieko , Nakazawa Miki , Matsui Minami , Sakuta Masaaki , Fujioka Shojo , Nakano Akihiko , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi

    Brassinosteroids (BRs) are perceived by a cell surface receptor kinase BRI1, and then various components are predicted to be involved to transduce the BR signal in the cell. To identify additional com …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 45(0), 83, 2010

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  • 9C27 New auxin-biosynthesis inhibitors, search and it's functional analysis for auxin biosynthesis.  [in Japanese]

    Soeno Kazuo , Ishii Takahiro , Tachikawa Tomoe , Yoshida Shigeo , Fujioka Shozo , Asami Tadao , Shimada Yukihisa

    講演要旨集 (34), 143, 2009-02-27

  • 9C26 Auxin-biosynthesis inhibitor, identified by genomics-based approach  [in Japanese]

    Goda Hideki , Soeno Kazuo , Sasaki Eriko , Yoshida Shigeo , Fujioka Shozo , Asami Tadao , Shimada Yukihisa

    講演要旨集 (34), 142, 2009-02-27

  • 51. Brassinosteroid signaling mutants bil4  [in Japanese]

    Yamagami Ayumi , Nakano Takeshi , Saito Chieko , Nakazawa Miki , Matsui Minami , Sakuta Masaaki , Nakano Akihiko , Fujioka Shozo , Tsujimoto Masafumi , Asami Tadao

    Brassinosteroids (BRs) are perceived by a cell surface receptor kinase BRI1, and then various components are predicted to be involved to transduce the BR signal in the cell. To identify additional com …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 44(0), 65, 2009

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  • 7. Identification of auxin-biosynthesis inhibitors and its functional analysis for auxin biosynthesis  [in Japanese]

    Soeno Kazuo , Ishii Takahiro , Tachikawa Tomoe , Yoshida Shigeo , Fujioka Shozo , Asami Tadao , Shimada Yukihisa

    We were successful to identify the first auxin-biosynthesis inhibitor, aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG), which blocks L-Trp aminotransferase. Additional screening allowed us to identify L-aminooxyphenylp …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 44(0), 21, 2009

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  • 6. Analysis of large-scale DNA microarray data to identify auxin-biosynthesis inhibitor  [in Japanese]

    Goda Hideki , Soeno Kazuo , Ogura Takehiko , Sasaki Eriko , Yoshida Shigeo , Fujioka Shozo , Asami Tadao , Shimada Yukihisa

    We established transcriptome data of hormone responses in AtGenExpress project. We have also established correlation analysis to estimate hormone status from microarray data by using hormone-inducible …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 44(0), 20, 2009

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  • 49. Mechanism of the fruit self-thinning trait of Japanese pear  [in Japanese]

    Yamaguchi Ayako , Saito Toshihiro , Matsuyama Tomoki , Asami Tadao , Nakano Takeshi , Yamamoto Toshiya , Fujioka Shozo , Kitahata Nobutaka , Takada Norio , Terakami Shingo , Kim Hoyteak , Hosaka Fumiko , Tsujimoto Masafumi , Sawamura Yutaka

    To grow Japanese pears in big size and with high quality, it is necessary to restrict the number of flowers. Usually, Japanese pears bear six to eight flowers within a flower cluster. It is known that …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 43(0), 63, 2008

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  • 39. Biochemical characterization of rice CYP734As involved in brassinosteroid catabolism  [in Japanese]

    Kawabe Ayami , Shimizu Bun-ichi , Shimada Yukihisa , Fujioka Shozo , Sakamoto Tomoaki , Mizutani Masaharu

    Brassinosteroids (BRs) are inactivated by cytochrome P450 monooxygenases in plants. It is known that Arabidopsis CYP734A1 (BAS1) and tomato CYP734A7 inactivate BRs by C26 hydroxylation of castasterone …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 43(0), 53, 2008

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  • 55. Brassinosteroid regulates stem elongation and gravitropic response  [in Japanese]

    Tachikawa Tomoe , Soeno Kazuo , Sasaki Eriko , Asami Tadao , Fujioka Shozo , Shimada Yukihisa

    Gravitropic curvature occurs in stem along the whole elongation zone in various plant species. The mechanism to define the elongation zone and the gravitropic responding zone is unknown. Here, we used …

    The Janapese Society for Chemical Regulation of Plants, Abstract 42(0), 68, 2007

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