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Original Papers 2018

  1. Owusu-Nketia, S., Inukai, Y., Suralta, R., Doi, K., Mitsuya, S., Kano-Nakata, M., Niones, J., Nguyen, D. T. N., Kabuki, T., Makihara, D. and Yamauchi, A.
    Root plasticity under fluctuating soil moisture stress exhibited by backcross inbred line of a rice variety, Nipponbare carrying introgressed segments from KDML105 and detection of the associated QTLs.
    Plant Production Science, 21, 106-122.
  2. Njinju, S. M., Samejima, H., Katsura, K., Kikuta, M. Gwei-Onyango, J. P., Kimani, J. M., Yamauchi, A. and Makihara, D.
    Grain yield responses of lowland rice varieties to increased amount of nitrogen fertilizer under tropical highland conditions in central Kenya.
    Plant Production Science, 21, 59-70.
  3. Wainaina, C. M., Makihara, D., Nakamura, M., Ikeda, A., Suzuki, T., Mizukami, Y., Nonoyama, T., Doi, K., Kikuta, M., Samejima, H., Menge, D. M., Yamauchi, A., Kitano, H., Kimani, J. M. and Inukai, Y.
    Identification and validation of QTLs for cold tolerance at the booting stage and other agronomic traits in a rice cross of a Japanese tolerant variety, Hananomai and a NERICA parent, WAB56-104.
    Plant Production Science, 21, 132-143.
  4. Inahashi, H., Shelley, I. J., Yamaiuchi, T., Nishiuchi, S., Takahashi-Nosaka, M., Matsunami, M., Ogawa, A., Noda, Y. and Inukai, Y.
    OsPIN2, which encodes a member of the auxin efflux carrier proteins, is involved in root elongation growth and lateral root formation patterns via the regulation of auxin distribution in rice.
    Physiologia Plantarum, doi: 10.1111/ppl.12707.
  5. Shelley, I. J., Watanabe, S., Ozaki, H., Nagasawa, N., Ogawa, A., Takahashi-Nosaka, M., Nishiuchi, S., Yamauchi, A., Kitano, H. and Inukai, Y.
    Analysis of the rrl3 mutants reveals the importance of arginine biosynthesis in the maintenance of root apical meristem in rice.
    Journal of Plant Studies, 7, 36-46.
  6. Yoshimura, M., Sato, A., Kuwata, K., Inukai, Y., Kinoshita, T., Itami, K., Tsuchiya, Y. and Hagihara, S.
    Discovery of shoot branching regulator targeting strigolactone receptor DWARF14.
    ACS Central Science, 4, 230-234.

Original Papers 2017

  1. Kikuta, M., Yamamoto, Y., Pasolon, Y. B., Rembon, F. S., Miyazaki, A. and Makihara, D.
    Effects of slope-related soil properties on upland rice growth and yield under slash-and-burn system in South Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia.
    Tropical Agriculture and Development, in press
  2. Pasolon, Y. B., Gago, C., Boer, D., Rembon, F. S., Muhidin, Kikuta, M., and Yamamoto, Y.
    Growth of upland rice in variable soil water-holding capacity.
    Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, 8, 1608-1614.
  3. Chit-aree, L., Ehara, H., Chakhatrakan, S., Prathumyot, W., Frank, B. M.
    Effect of biogas effluent from pig manure and durian residues on soil chemical property and growth of marigold.
    International Journal of Agricultural Technology, 13, 1285-1293.
  4. Kundu, C. A., Ishii, M., Sato, K., Wanjogu, R. K., Makihara, D., Yamauchi, A. and Masunaga, T.
    An assessement of paddy production system in Central Kenya with special reference to micronutrients.
    Journal of Agricultural Science, 9, 49-63.
  5. Kawai, T., Nosaka-Takahashi, M., Yamauchi, A. and Inukai, Y.
    Compensatory growth of lateral roots responding to excision of seminal root tip in rice.
    Plant Root, 11, 48-57.
  6. Wainaina, C. M., Makihara, D., Samejima, H., Kikuta, M., Menge, D. M., Kimani, J. M. and Inukai, Y.
    Development of a new cultivation technology for cold stress escape through flowering time manipulation by water management in the highlands of East Africa.
    Journal of International Cooperation for Agricultural Development, 15, 32-41.
  7. Kano-Nakata, M., Inukai, Y., Siopongco, J. D. L. C., Mitsuya, S. and Yamauchi, A.
    Quantitative evaluation of plastic root responses to contiguous water gradient in rice.
    Plant Root, 11, 70-78.
  8. Utami, A., Isono, N. and Ehara, H.
    High-level ethanol production from sago residue hydrolysate prepared with thermostable α-amylase and amyloglucosidase.
    SAGO PALM, 25, 14-20.
  9. Santoso, H., Sakakura, K., Naito, H., Ohmi, M., Nishimura, Y., Uchiyama, T., Itaya, A., Hisamatsu, M., Ehara, H. and Mishima T.
    Effects of wet milling sago pith waste on yield and physical properties of sago starch.
    International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 17, 1-6.
  10. Iseki, K., Marubodee, R., Ehara, H. and Tomooka, N.
    A rapid quantification method for tissue Na+ and K+ concentrations in salt-tolerant and susceptible accessions in Vigna vexillata (L.) A.
    Rich.. Plant Production Science 20:1, 144-148, DOI: 10.1080/1343943X.2016.1251826 (2017).

Original Papers 2016

  1. Chutimanukul, P., Inagaki, T., Naito, H., Goto, M. and Ehara, H.
    Effect of different aluminum concentrations in culture media on growth characteristics of sago palm seedlings.
    SAGO PALM, 24, 1-9.
  2. Irmawati, Ehara, H., Kodama, I., Osawa, M., Suwignyo, R. A., Junaedi, A. and Sakagami, J.
    Growth characteristics of two Indonesian rice cultivars under several submerged durations.
    Tropical Agriculture and Development, 60, 40-47.
  3. Iseki, K., Marubodee, R., Ehara, H. and Tomooka, N.
    A rapid quantification method for tissue Na+ and K+ concentrations in salt-tolerant and susceptible accessions in Vigna vexillata (L.) A. Rich.
    Plant Production Science, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1343943X.2016.1251826.
  4. Kikuta, M., Makihara, D., Arita N., Miyazaki, A. and Yamamoto, Y.
    Growth and yield responses of upland NERICAs to variable water management under field conditions.
    Plant Production Science, 20, 36-46.
  5. Kikuta, M., Yamamoto, Y., Pasolon, Y. B., Rembon, F. S., Miyazaki, A. and Makihara, D.
    How growth and yield of upland rice vary with topographic conditions: a case of slash-and-burn rice farming in South Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia.
    Tropical Agriculture and Development, 60, 162-171.
  6. Kundu, C. A., Ishii, M., Sato, K., Masunaga, T., Wanjogu, R. K., Njagi, R. E., Yamauchi, A. and Makihara, D.
    Evaluation of soil chemical properties under paddy production system in central Kenya: soil exchangeable cations.
    Journal of Agricultural Science, 8, 136-148.
  7. Matsukawa, M., Ito, K., Kawakita, K. and Tanaka, T.
    Current status of pesticide use among rice farmers in Cambodia.
    Applied Entomology and Zoology, 51, 571-579.
  8. Menge, D., Kameoka, E., Kano-Nakata, M., Yamauchi, A., Asanuma, S., Asai, H., Kikuta, M., Suralta, R.R., Koyama, T., Tran, T. T., Siopongco J. D .L. C., Mitsuya, S., Inukai, Y. and Makihara, D.
    Drought induced root plasticity of two upland NERICA varieties under conditions with contrasting soil depth characteristics.
    Plant Production Science, 19, 389-400.
  9. Mikolo Yobo, C. and Ito, K.
    Evolution of policies and legal frameworks governing the management of forest and National Parks resources in Gabon.
    International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation, 8, 41-54.
  10. Prathumyot, W., Prasopphonrangsi, P., Chit-aree, L., Ehara, H. and Chakhatrakan, S.
    Durian Residues as Potential Resource for Biogas Production in an Anaerobic System.
    International Journal of Agricultural Technology, 12, 1265-1273.
  11. Santoso, H., K. Sakakura, H. Naito, M. Ohmi, Y. Nishimura, T. Uchiyama, A. Itaya, M. Hisamatsu, H. Ehara and T. Mishima
    Effects of micro powder milling on physicochemical properties of sago starch.
    Journal of Applied Glycoscience, 62, 73-80.
  12. Suindramedhi, S., Tokuda, H. and Ehara, H.
    Rural socio-economic development: A comparative study of Thai and Japanese experiences on organic farming.
    GMSARN International Journal, 10, 57-68.
  13. Wainaina, C. M., Makihara, D., Samejima, H., Kikuta, M., Menge, D. M., Kimani, J. M. and Inukai, Y.
    Development of a new cultivation technology for cold stress escape through flowering time manipulation by water management in the highlands of East Africa.
    Journal of International Cooperation for Agricultural Development, 15, 32-41.
  14. Yamane, Y. and Higuchi, H.
    Subsistence strategy of small farmers observed in planting of commercial crops of the homestead of the mountains of rural Tanzania : A case study of Kiboguwa Village in Eastern Slopes of Uruguru Mountain in Tanzania.
    Journal of agricultural development studies 27, 1-12.

Original Papers 2015

  1. Alcedo, M. J., Ito, K., and Maeda, K.
    Stockmanship Competence and its Relation to Productivity and Economic Profitability: The context of backyard goat production in the Philippines.
    Asian-Australian Journal of Animal Science, 28, 428-434.
  2. Irmawati, Ehara, H., Suwignyo, R. A. and Sakagami, J.
    Swamp rice cultivation in South Sumatra, Indonesia : an Overview.
    Tropical Agriculture and Development, 59, 35-39.
  3. Marubodee, R., Ogiso-Tanaka, E., Isemura, T., Chankaew, S., Kaga, A., Naito K., Ehara, H. and Tomooka, N.
    Construction of an SSR and RAD-marker based molecular linkage map of Vigna vexillata(L.) A. Rich.
    PLoS ONE, DOI 10.1371/jounal.pone.0138942
  4. Matsukawa, M., Ito, K., Kawakita, K. and Tanaka, T.
    Farmer Perceptions and Management of Rice Planthoppers in Cambodia.
    Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly, 49, 103-109.
  5. Mikolo Yobo, C. and Ito, K.
    Trade of the Most Popular Indigenous Fruits and Nuts: Threats and Opportunities for their Sustainable Management around the Ivindo National Park (INP), Gabon.
    International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation, 7, 85-102.
  6. Nasuda, A., Sakurai, T., Murage, H. and Makihara, D.
    Dual role of irrigation schemes for NERICA diffusion in the central highlands in Kenya: sources of supplemental water and technology information.
    Journal of International Cooperation for Agricultural Development, 13, 29-37.
  7. Niones, J. M., Inukai, Y., Suralta, R. R. and Yamauchi, A.
    QTL associated with lateral root plasticity in response to soil moisture fluctuation stress in rice.
    Plant and Soil, 391, 63-75.
  8. Song, X. J., Kuroha, T., Ayano, M., Furuta, T., Nagai, K., Komeda, N., Segami, S., Miura, K., Ogawa, D., Kamura, T., Suzuki, T., Higashiyama, T., Yamasaki, M., Mori, H., Inukai, Y., Wu, J., Kitano, H., Sakakibara, H., Jacobsen S. E. and Ashiakri E.
    Rare allele of a novel Histone H4 acetyltransferase enhances grain weight, yield and plant biomass in rice.
    PNAS, 112, 76-81.
  9. Tran, T. T., Kano-Nakata, M., Suralta, R. R., Menge, D., Mitsuya, S., Inukai, Y. and Yamauchi, A.
    Root plasticity and its functional roles were triggered by water deficit but not by the resulting changes in the forms of soil N in rice.
    Plant Soil, 386, 65-76.
  10. Wainaina, C. M., Inukai, Y., Masinde, P. W., Ateka, E. M., Murage, H., Kano-Nakata, M., Nakajima, Y., Terashima, T., Mizukami, Y., Nakamura, M., Nonoyama, T., Saka, N., Asanuma, S., Yamauchi, A., Kitano, H., Kimani, J. and Makihara, D.
    Evaluation of cold tolerance in NERICAs compared with japanese standard rice varieties at the reproductive stage.
    J. Agron. Crop Sci., 201, 461-472, doi:10.1111/jac.12125.
  11. Yamane, Y., Asanuma, S. and Umenura, K.
    Influence of livestock farming on vegetation in a degraded soil area on the east coast of Lake Victoria in western Kenya: a case study of Jimo East sub-Location in Nyando sub-County.
    Journal of Environmental Protection, 6, 824-836.
  12. Yamane, Y. and Asanuma, S.
    Economic and socio-cultural evaluation of livestock farming amid severe soil degradation in western Kenya.
    African Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, 3, 253-265.
  13. Yoshida, Y., Marubodee, R., Ogiso-Tanaka, E., Iseki, K., Isemura, T., Takahashi, Y., Muto, C., Naito, K., Kaga, A., Okuno, K., Ehara, H. and Tomooka, N.
    Salt tolerance in wild relatives of adzuki bean, Vigna angularis (Willd.) Ohwi et Ohashi.
    Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, DOI 10.1007/s10722-015-0272-0.

Original Papers 2014

  1. Anugoolprasert, O., Ehara, H. and Naito, H.
    Growth response and nutrient concentrations of sago palm under aluminum stress.
    Thammasat International Journal of Science and Technology, 19, 37-52.
  2. Chutimanukul, P., Tanaka, H., Naito, H., Inagaki, T., Pasolon, Y. B., Padang, M. S., Mishima, T., Nishimura, Y., Itaya, A., Uchiyama, T., Junaedi, A. and Ehara, H. (2014)
    Growth of sago palm seedlings under different soil pH conditions at the experimental farm in Kendari, Indonesia.
    SAGO PALM, 22, 13-19.
  3. Sakurai, T., Nasuda, A., Murage, H. and Makihara, D.
    Impact of adopting a new cash crop: A randomized rice seed provision trial in the Kenyan highlands.
    The Japanese Journal of Rural Economics, 16, 25-32.
  4. Kano-Nakata, M., Tatsumi, J., Inukai, Y., Asanuma, S. and Yamauchi, A.
    Effect of various intensities of drought stress on δ13c variation among plant organs in rice: comparison of two cultivars.
    Am. J. Plant Sci., 5, 1686-1693.
  5. Matsukawa, M., Ito, K., Kawakita, K. and Tanaka, T. (2014)
    Current Status of the Occurrence and Farmer Perceptions of Rice Planthopper in Cambodia.
    JARQ, 48, 167-173..
  6. Tran, T. T., Kano-Nakata, M., Takeda, M., Menge, D., Mitsuya, S., Inukai, Y. and Yamauchi, A.
    Nitrogen application enhanced the expression of developmental plasticity of root system triggered by mild drought stress in rice.
    Plant and Soil, 378, 139-152.
  7. Alcedo, M.J., Ito, K., and Maeda, K.
    Creating Animal Welfare Assessment Method for Backyard Goat Production in the Philippines using Stockmanship Competence as Proxy Indicator.
    International Journal of Livestock Production, 5, 173-180.
  8. Maisura, Chozin, M. A., Lubis, I., Junaedi. A. and Ehara, H.
    Some physiological character responses of rice under drought conditions in a paddy system.
    Journal of International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences, 20, 104-114.
  9. Mikolo Yobo, C. and Ito, K.
    Regulation of Usages and Dependency on Indigenous Fruits (Ifs) for Livelihoods Sustenance of Rural Households: A case study of the Ivindo National Park (INP), Gabon.
    Journal of Ecology and the Natural Environment., 6, 349-364.
  10. Mikolo Yobo, C. and Ito, K.
    Availability and size class distribution of the most popular indigenous fruits trees and implications for sustainable harvest around the Ivindo National Park, Gabon.
    International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation, 6, 777-789.
  11. Utami, A., Sunarti, T. C., Isono, N., Hisamatsu, M. and Ehara, H.
    Preparation of biodegradable foam from sago residue.
    SAGO PALM, 22, 1-5.

Books, Reviews, and others 2014-

  • Suralta, R., Kano-Nakata, M., Niones, J. M., Inukai, Y., Kameoka, E., Thiem, T. T., Menge, D. M., Mitsuya, S. and Yamauchi, A.
    Root plasticity for maintenance of productivity under abiotic stressed soil environments in rice: Progress and prospects.
    Field Crops Research, 220, 57-66.
  • Ehara, H., Toyoda, Y. and Johnson, D.
    Sago Palm: Multiple Contributions to Food Security and Sustainable Livelihoods.
    Springer, ISBN 978-981-10-5268-2 ISBN 978-981-10-5269-9 (eBook)
    https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5269-9
  • Makihara, D., Kimani, J., Samejima, H., Kikuta, M., Menge, D., Doi, K., Inukai, Y., Maekawa, M., Masunaga, T., Sasaki, Y., Katsura, K., Kitano, H., Mitsuya, S., Kano-Nakata, M., Wainaina, C., Gichuhi, E., Njinju, S., Kagito, S., Magoti, R., Wakaria, M., Kundu, C., and Yamauchi A.
    Development of rice breeding and cultivation technology tailored for Kenya's environment.
    In Kokubun, M. and Asanuma, S. (Eds.) Crop Production under Stressful Conditions - Application of Cutting-edge Science and Technology in Developing Countries Springer, in press.
  • Shelley, I. J., Nosaka-Takahashi, M., Kano-Nakata, M., Haque, M. S., and Inukai, Y.
    Rice cultivation in Bangladesh: present scenario, problems, and prospects.
    J. Intl. Cooper. Agric. Dev., 14, 20-29.
  • Ehara, H.
    Taxonomy. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p1-16. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ehara, H
    Geographical origin, dispersal and distribution of the true sago palm. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p17-22. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ehara, H.
    Flower, fruit and seed. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p88-92. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ehara, H.
    Germination. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p99-104. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ehara, H.
    Propagation. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p164-168. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ehara, H.
    Sago palm production in the world. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p246-252. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ehara, H.
    Uses of trunk apex. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p302-304. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ehara, H.
    Uses of fruit. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p304-307. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Naito, H. and Ehara, H.
    Mechanisms of adaptation to seawater. In: Society of Sago Palm Studies ed., The Sago Palm: The Food and Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century.
    Kyoto University Press (Kyoto) and Trans Pacific Press (Melbourne), p146-150. ISBN 978-1-920901-13-4.
  • Ahmadi, N., Audebert, A., Bennett, M. J., Bishopp, A., Costa de Oliveira, A., Courtois, B., Diedhiou, A., Diévart, A., Gantet, P., Ghesquière, A., Guiderdoni, E., Henry, A., Inukai, Y., Kochian, L., Laplaze, L., Lucas, M., Luu, D. T., Manneh, B., Mo, X., Muthurajan, R., Périn1, C., Price, A., Robin, S., Sentenac, H., Sine, B., Uga, Y., Véry, A. A., Wissuwa, M., Wu, P. and Xu, J.
    The roots of future rice harvests.
    Rice, 7, 29.

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