Chairman
Date Time
Hall  A Hall  B Hall  C
Nov 24(Wed.)
9:15-10:45
YOUICHI KAMAGATA
KAZUYA WATANABE
AIST
Univ. Tokyo
MASATAKA TSUDA
NAOHIRO NODA
Tohoku Univ.
AIST
SHIN HARUTA
MOTOO UTSUMI
Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.
Univ. Tsukuba
Nov 24(Wed.)
14:45-17:00
HIROYUKI FUTAMATA
MITSURU EGUCHI
KIWAMU MINAMISAWA
Shizuoka Univ.
Kinki Univ.
Tohoku Univ.
IKUO YOSHINAGA
NOBUTAKA SOMEYA
KAZUHIRO IWASAKI
Kyoto Univ.
Saga Univ.
National Institute for Environmental Studies
YUJI SEKIGUCHI
SATOSHI ISHII
TATSUNORI NAKAGAWA
AIST
Univ. Tokyo
Nihon Univ.
Nov 25(Thu.)
9:15-10:45
 
YOSHITERU AOI
WOOJUN PARK
 
Northeastern Univ.
Korea Univ.
 
TAKESHI YAMADA
HOR-GIL HUR
 
Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
(GIST)
KOHEI NAKAMURA
JANG-CHEON CHO
 
Gifu Univ.
INHA Univ.
 
JSME26 List of Oral Presentations

Date Time
 
Hall   A
Hall   B
Hall   C
Nov. 24 (Wed.)
9:15-10:45

Facultative aerobic thermophiles capable of ferric iron reduction in a coastal hydrothermal field

SATOSHI KAWAICHI  Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto UniversityD. Extreme environment

Induction of heterocyst differentiation in the cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120


SHIGEKI EHIRA  Department of Biological Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo UniversityG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Functional analysis of Bradyrhizobium japonicum genes identified by signature-tagged mutagenesis


KEISUKE FURUKAWA  Graduate School of Life Sciences Tohoku UniversityB. Soil ecosystem

Crude oil biodegradation and methane production in a deep subsurface oil field

HANAKO MOCHIMARU  AISTD. Extreme environment

Factor identification for RelE toxin sensitivity in Eschelichia coli

KENJI KAKINUMA  Grad Sch of Engineering, Hokkaido Univ.G. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Growth properties and functions of psychrophilic Clostridium spp. isolated from rice paddy soil

SACHI SAITO  Yamagata Univ. Facul. of Agricul.B. Soil ecosystem

Influence of chemosynthetic symbionts: the lipid and fatty acid compositions of a deep-sea vent gastropod, Ifremeria nautilei


HIROAKI SAITO  NRIFSD. Extreme environment

Oligotrophic mutants of a gamma-HCH-degrading bacterium Sphingobium japonicum UT26


HIROKI UI  TOHOKU Univ.G. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Application of bacterial signal molecules to nitrification process

YOHEI HASHIMOTO  Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. Research and Development CenterC. Water treatment ecosystem

Possible electrolithotrophy sustained by electrical current generation across a black smoker chimney

MASAHIRO YAMAMORO  JAMSTEC SUGAR ProjectD. Extreme environment

Screening of the genes for the organic solvent tolerance in bacteria from activated sludge by a metagenomic approach

KOJI YAMADA  Graduate School of Life and Environmental Science, University of Tsukuba, Bioproduction Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST)G. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Effective removal of Microcystis using Spirodela polyrhiza, and the biological mechanism


KOUSUKE MIZUTANI  Yokohama National UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem

Depth variation in microbial community structure and metabolic activities in granitic aquifers at the Mizunami Underground Research Laboratory (MIU), Gifu, Japan


AKARI FUKUDA  JAEAE. Microbial community analysis

A new geobiological DNA extraction method with alkaline treatment: Application to deep subsurface biomes


MARIKO KOUDUKA  Advanced industrial science and technology (AIST)I. Methodology

Shotgun proteomics of dissolved proteins in coastal seawater

MITSUHIRO YOSHIDA  CMES, Ehime Univ.A. Aquatic ecosystem

 Analysis on the microbial community structure in Izu-Akazawa deep-sea water

KATSUHISA YAMADA  DHC Co.E. Microbial community analysis

Specificity of random genomic DNA fragment probes used in shotgun isotope array

TOMOHIRO TOBINO  Grad Sch of Engineering, Univ of TokyoI. Methodology

A diverse species of algicidal bacteria abundantly inhabiting with particles in seawater column

IKUO YOSHINAGA  KYOTO UNIVA. Aquatic ecosystem
Nov. 24 (Wed.)
14:45-17:00

Characterization of electricity production and bacterial community in microbial fuel cell with organic waste

SHUJI YAMAMOTO  Shizuoka Univ.E. Microbial community analysis

Current situation of microbial ecology within the biodiversity projects

HIROYUKI YAMAMOTO  Japan Agency fro Marine-Earth Science and TechnologyP. Others

Distribution and genetic diversity of chlorophyll d-containing cyanobacteria in Lake Biwa

SATOSHI OHKUBO  Grad Sch Human & Env., Kyoto UnivA. Aquatic ecosystem

Molecular diversity of bacterial community in the phyllosphere of sugar beet

SEISHI IKEDA  National Agricultural Research Center for Hokkaido RegionE. Microbial community analysis

Microbial ecology related to the issue of radioactive waste treatment


KENJI KATO  Shizuoka Univ.P. Others

Effects of the antibiotic oxytetracycline on a freshwater microcosm

KENICHI SHIBATA  Yokohama National UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem

Seasonal variation of bacterial key species maintaining an aquaculture environment

AKITO TANIGUCHI  Graduate School of Agriculture, Kinki UniversityE. Microbial community analysis

An evaluation of DNA extraction kit for enviromental samples


MAYU OKAMOTO  J-Bio 21 CorporationP. Others

Seasonal dynamics of fungoid protists, Thraustochytrids


MAYUMI UEDA  Graduate School of Natural Science, Konan Univ.A. Aquatic ecosystem

Potential of subsurface microbes to produce natural gas


SUSUMU SAKATA  AISTD. Extreme environment

Candidate division OP1 species located in deeply branching bacterial lineage is a thermophilic acetogen

HIDETO TAKAMI  JAMSTEC, BioGeosJ. Genomics

Proteorhodopsin functions as a light-driven proton pump among marine Flavobacteria


SUSUMU YOSHIZAWA  Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, the University of TokyoA. Aquatic ecosystem

Identification of the N-acyl-L-homoserine lactones-degrading genes from a β-lactam antibiotics resistant bacterium Acidovorax sp.strain S7

HIROYUKI KUSADA  Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba,Bioproduction Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)K. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction

Diversity and role of Integron/gene cassette metagenome in extreme marine environments

HOSAM ELSAIED  National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyJ. Genomics

Trench biosphere exploration –Microbial ecosystem in the Challenger Deep at the Mariana Trench


TAKURO NUNOURA  Extremobiosphere Research Program, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science & TechnologyA. Aquatic ecosystem

The cep gene is necessary for invasion of leguminous hosts by Mesorhizobium loti

SATOSHI SUGAWARA  Graduated School of Life Sciences,Tohoku UniversityM. Biofilm

Methylmercury resistance of Bifidobacterium

MASAAKI NAGANO  National Institute for Environmental StudiesO. Environmental hygienics

Pattern and mechanism of fluctuation of soil metagenomes induced by contamination with aromatic hydrocarbons

HIROMI KATO  Tohoku UniversityB. Soil ecosystem

A high-throughput screening for novel quorum sensing autoinducers from metagenomic libraries


ERI NASUNO  Graduate school of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ. of Tsukuba, Bioproduction Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction

Development of automated determination of Escherichia coli O157 in irrigation water by the micro-colony FISH combined with fluorescence antibody technique


TAKASHI SOMEYA  Faculty of Agriculture, Saga UniversityO. Environmental hygienics

Identification, isolation, and characterization of the N2O-reducing denitrifiers in rice paddy soil

SATOSHI ISHII  Univ. TokyoB. Soil ecosystem

Characterization of endobacterial communities in dark-sepate endophytic fungus, Veronaeopsis simplex associated with biocontrol mechanisms of Fusarium disease of Chinese Cabbage

RIDA KHASTINI  TUATK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction

Denitrification in groundwater at 140 m depth in sedimentary rock

CHIE KATSUYAMA   Fac. Sci., Shizuoka Univ.; Fac. Sci. & Eng., Chuo Univ.F. Biogeochemical cycle

Metagenomic analysis of microbial communities in  paddy soil

HIDEOMI ITOH  Graduate School of Agriculutural and Life Sciences, The University of TokyoB. Soil ecosystem

Serial and generalised transducing particle mediated high-frequency horizontal gene transfer

HIROSHI X. CHIURA  AORI Univ. TokyoN. Gene transfer

Distribution and activity of ANME-1 archaea in the terrestrial subsurfaces

MIO TAKEUCHI   AISTF. Biogeochemical cycle

Study to enhance methanogenesis by subsurface microorganisms within petroleum reservoirs


HAJIME KOBAYASHI  The University of TokyoB. Soil ecosystem
Nov. 25 (Thu.)
9:15-10:45

Regulation of the cell-localization of Rhodococcus erythropolis PR4 on medium/alkane two-phase cultures by the addition of minerals


YUMIKO AKASE  Appl. Bio. Sci., Nihon UnivM. Biofilm

Characteruzation of novel chloroethene-dechlorinating enrichment culture

HIROYA UEDA  Shizuoka Univ.L. Bioremediation

Isolation and characterization of aerobic butanol-tolerant bacteria 

MANABU KANNO  AISTG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Effects of GroEL2 on the cell-localization and solvent tolerance of Rhodococcus erythropolis PR4 on medium/alkane two-phase cultures


HAYATO TAKIHARA  Dept. Appl.Bio.Sci., Nihon Univ.M. Biofilm

Construction of analysis method for tetrachloroethylene dissimilate-degrading microbes

SHOUHEI YAMASAKI  Univ. of Tsukuba Graduate School of Life and Environmental SciencesL. Bioremediation

Culturability restoration and cell multiplication of the population of R. solanacearum following different stress responses


SERGIO DANIEL MOREIRA ASCARRUNZ  Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology United Graduate School of Agriculture, Utsunomiya University United Graduate School of AgricultureG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Interaction between growth of tomato and bacteria communities of rhizoplane biofilms in the organic-hydroponic system


SHOKO YAMAMOTO  IAI corporationM. Biofilm

Characterization of novel Geobacter sp. strain AY that dechlorinates 1,2-dichloroethane to ethylene

NAOKO YOSHIDA  Div. Appl. Life Sc i. Grad. Sch. Agri. Kyoto Univ., EcoTopia Institute Nagoya UniversityL. Bioremediation

Uncovering the bacterial cytochrome P450 system capable of catabolizing mycotoxin deoxynivalenol

MICHIHIRO ITO  National Institute for Agro-environmental SciencesG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Complexity of cell-cell interaction between Pseudomonas sp. AS1 and Acinetobacter sp. DR1: Commensalism, quorum sensing and biofilms


HYOJU  SEO  Korea UniversityM. Biofilm

Detection of novel Dehalococcoides populations in a microbial consortium exhibiting complete PCE dechlorination using Titanium Pyrosequencing and quantitative PCR


JAEJIN  LEE  Yonsei UniversityL. Bioremediation

Characterization of fatty acid compositions from wastewater-adapted microalgae


SUNG-GEUN  WOO  Yonsei UniversityG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Analysis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa mucoid-nonmucoid mixed biofilm

RYOSUKE SAKAI  Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of TsukubaM. Biofilm

Analysis of benzene-degrading microorganisms by novel Stable Isotope Probing

YUANBAI PAN  Graduate school of Life and Environmental Science Life science and Bioengineering University of TsukubaL. Bioremediation

Emergence of disparate exoelectrogens from a MFC according to isolation methods


SUNAH KIM  PNUG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth

Adaptive transformation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm structure in response to changing respiration conditions


YUTAKA YAWATA  Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Univ. of TsukubaM. Biofilm

Isolation and characterization of alkane-degrading Pseudoalteromonas species isolated from oil spill coastal area


JUNGSOON PARK  Korea UniversityL. Bioremediation

Use of barcoded pyrosequencing and shared OTUs to determine sources of fecal bacteria


TATSUYA UNNO  GISTG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth