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No. Title
1
Microbial communities associated with hadopelagic sediments at the Ogasawara Trench

MIHO HIRAI  JAMSTECA. Aquatic ecosystem
2
Diversity of purple photosynthetic bacteria in epilithic biofilm of streambed in Tama River

SETSUKO HIROSE  Dept.of Biol.Sci.,Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.,A. Aquatic ecosystem
3
Search for Denitrification Photosynthetic Bacteria in hydrosphere

TAKEHIRO MATSUKAWA  Tokyo Metropolitan UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
4
Evaluation of P. aeruginosa growth activity based on gene expression and elongated cell

AKIKO SAKOTANI  Faculty of Pharmacy, Osaka Ohtani University, JapanA. Aquatic ecosystem
5
Spring- and ground water at the foot of Mt. Fuji –aquatic environment and distribution of microbes–

TAKUYA SEGAWA  Grad Sch Sci. Shizuoka UnivA. Aquatic ecosystem
6
Community structure of marine planktonic archaea in the Pacific sector of the Arctic Ocean

SHOHEI AKIYAMA  University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Life and Environmental SciencesA. Aquatic ecosystem
7
Distribution of ammonia-oxidizing archaea and bacteria in Matsushima Bay

TOMOKO SAKAMI  Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, Fisheries AgencyA. Aquatic ecosystem
8
Effect of ammonia concentration on activity of ammonia oxidization of ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms in sand of an eelgrass zone at Tanoura Bay, Shizuoka, Japan

TATSUNORI NAKAGAWA  Coll. Bioresour. Sci., Nihon Univ.A. Aquatic ecosystem
9
Distribution of polyunsaturated lipid-producing bacteria in marine environment

TARO MOTOIGI  Hokkaido UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
10
Establishment of a standard microcosm system including ecosystem function

KAZUHITO MURAKAMI  Chiba Inst. Tech.A. Aquatic ecosystem
11
Distribution and diversity of haloarchaea in marine environments

KENTARO INOUE  AORI, The University of TokyoA. Aquatic ecosystem
12

Quantitative survey of Scalindua anammox organisms in water environments using TaqMan probe assay of Real Time PCR


TETSURO KOHNO  Dept of Civil & Environ Engineering, Yamanashi UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
13
Cross resistance to antibiotics and metals in marine bacteria

CHUI WEI BONG  Ehime University, MatsuyamaA. Aquatic ecosystem
14
Cren- and Euryarchaeal Population Change in Coastal Area of Suruga Bay, Japan

HAO DO  Grad Sch Sci&Tech. Shizuoka Univ.A. Aquatic ecosystem
15
Distribution and diversity of tetracycline-resistant bacteria in Kasumigaura lake, Japan

TATSUYA IMAI  Ibaraki UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
16

Seasonal dynamics of cyanophages infectious to Microcystis aeruginosa in Hirosawanoike Pond


SHIGEKO KIMURA  Graduate School of Agriculture,Kyoto UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
17

Comparison of bacterial population densities and community composition in the waters of inside and outside Saemangeum Sea Dike


UNG-HEE  KIM  Kunsan National UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
18
Isolation and identification of bacteria from excrement and skin of bottlenose dolphin or excrement of Otaria

GO OGAWA  Tokyo University of Marine Science and TechnologyA. Aquatic ecosystem
19

Effects of surface planktonic production on bacterial abundance, composition and activity in hypolimnion of Lake Biwa


YUSUKE OKAZAKI  Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
20
Dynamics of the parasitic ciliate Cryptocaryon irritans in aquaculture area estimated by real time PCR

HIROYUKI ONISHI  Graduate school of Kinki UniversityA. Aquatic ecosystem
21
In situ metabolic analysis of marine bacterial community using the ROCS incubate system

CHIE SATO  Univ. of TsukubaA. Aquatic ecosystem
22

Relationship between antibiotics and metal resistance in Bacillus sp. isolated from marine sediment


KIM SOO-JIN   Ehime University, G-COEA. Aquatic ecosystem
23

Impacts of extra-cellular organic matter derived from red tide forming algae (Chattonella marina and C.antiqua, Raphydophyceae) on bacterial population


YUKIKO TAKANO  NagasakiUniv.Grad sch.Sci&TechA. Aquatic ecosystem
24
Transition and diversity of denitrification bacillus that exists in compost manufacturing process that uses livestock waste

ERIKA SHINDO  Tohoku Gakuin University a graduate schoolB. Soil ecosystem
25

Proteome analysis of the response of Pseudomonas putida F1 to aromatic hydrocarbon in soil


HAJIME MORIMOTO  Inst. Low Temp. Sci., Hokkaido Univ.B. Soil ecosystem
26

Nitrous oxide-producing activity of fungi isolated from no-tilled upland soils


MEGUMI AKAIKE  Ibaraki University College of AgricultureB. Soil ecosystem
27
Fundamental studies on the relationship between soil particle size and microbial flora

RINA ONO  University of TsukubaB. Soil ecosystem
28
Change analysis of the biodegradable plastic degrading bacteria by stable – isotope – probing

MARI SAITOU  University of TsukubaB. Soil ecosystem
29
Development of the soil microbe ecosystem impact statement method

TAKUYA YOSHIMOTO  Grad. Sch. Life Env. Sci., Univ. TsukubaB. Soil ecosystem
30
Investigation of denitrifying bacteria involved in N2O reduction during livestock waste composting

WAKAKO IKEDA-OHTSUBO  Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku Gakuin UniversityB. Soil ecosystem
31

Diversity of culturable chitin degrading enzyme-producing bacteria in rhizospheres of agronomic plants


NOBUTAKA SOMEYA  National Agricultural Research Center for Hokkaido Region (NARCH), NAROB. Soil ecosystem
32
Methane absorption caused by microorganisms in tropical peat soil affected by forest fire and agriculture

HIRONORI ARAI  Chiba Univ.B. Soil ecosystem
33
Effects of sampling time and environmental factors on bacterial, fungal and nematode community compositions in geographical Andosols in Japan

ZHIHUA BAO  NIAESB. Soil ecosystem
34

Effect of ploughing on coliform population in lettuce field


NOBUYUKI KIJIMA  National Institute of Vegetable and Tea Science / National Agriculture and Food Research OrganizationB. Soil ecosystem
35

Detection and phylogenetic characteristics of exopolysaccharide producing bacteria in rhizospere soil of medicinal herbs


HAE-RAN  LEE  Mokwon UniversityB. Soil ecosystem
36
Influence of bacterial signal molecules on a mixed species community

YUKO KOBAYASHI  Grad. Sch. of Life and Env. Sci.,Univ. of TsukubaC. Water treatment ecosystem
37
Microorganisms causing sludge bulking of methanogenic wastewater treatment systems

MAYU TOYONAGA  Nagaoka University of TechnologyC. Water treatment ecosystem
38
Diversity of propionate-producing bacteria in the phylum Actinobacteria isolated from a methanogenic reactor

YASUMITSU AKITA  Yamagata Univ. Facul. of Agricul.C. Water treatment ecosystem
39
Manganese removal from water by microbial consortia from biological filter media

KAZUSA SAKURABA  Grad. Schl. Eng, Yokohama Natl. Univ.C. Water treatment ecosystem
40
Specific detection of Hyphomicrobium sp. in biological filtration reactor for removal of Fe and Mn from groundwater

ICHIRO SUZUKI1  Grad. Schl. Eng., Yokohama Natl. Univ.C. Water treatment ecosystem
41

Monitoring of nitrite-oxidizing bacteria in filtration materials of marine aquarium tank by reverse transcription PCR


RYOTA HAGAI  Grad. Sch. Bioresour. Sci., Nihon Univ.C. Water treatment ecosystem
42
Evaluation of sample concentration methods for the profiling of bacteriophages in activated sludge treated water by PFGE method

HE YANG  School of Frontier Sciences, Univ. TokyoC. Water treatment ecosystem
43

Analyzing microbial diversity of nitrate-reducing and autotrophic biocathode biofilm communities using Titanium FLX pyrosequencing


TUAN VAN  DOAN  Yonsei UniversityC. Water treatment ecosystem
44
Phenol degradation without electron acceptors by phenol-degrading microbial communities enriched under sulfate-reducing conditions

DAISUKE SUZUKI  EcoTopia Science Institute, Nagoya UniversityC. Water treatment ecosystem
45
Effect of electrochemical redox control on population structure of polyphosphate-accumulating organisms

TADASHI SHOJI  CRIEPIC. Water treatment ecosystem
46
Metagenomic analyses for a novel anammox bacterium, Candidatus "Brocadia gluttonica", responsible for high-rate nitrogen removal

KAORI SHINYAKO  Hokkaido UniversityC. Water treatment ecosystem
47
Relationship between bacterial population in activated sludge and phylotype of free DNA in treated water 

EGODAHA GEDARA WASANA GUNAWARDANA  School of Frontier Sciences, Univ. TokyoC. Water treatment ecosystem
48

Comparative study of bacterial communities in wastewater treatment plants by pyrosequencing of partial 16S rRNA gene


PURNIKA RANASINGHE  School of Frontier Sciences, Univ. TokyoC. Water treatment ecosystem
49
Taxonomic and physiological characterizations of novel bacteria isolated from deep-sea hydrothermal vent chimneys

NAOYA MORI  Hokkaido UniversityD. Extreme environment
50
An approach to clarifying the population genetic structures of chemoautotrophic bacteria in deep-sea hydrothermal fields

SAYAKA MINO  Hokkaido UniversityD. Extreme environment
51
Distribution and abundance of viruses in hydrothermal vent fields

YUKARI YOSHIDA (TAKASHIMA)  Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and TechnologyD. Extreme environment
52
Characterization of methanogenic archaea isolated from deep-sea sediments and their response to hydrostatic pressure

EIJI TASUMI  JAMSTECD. Extreme environment
53
Visual detection of uncultured Archaea living in marine subsurface sediments by fluorescence in situ hybridization

MASAYUKI EHARA  Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan Agency for Marine-Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)D. Extreme environment
54

Isolation and characterization of novel bacteria which were frequently detected in marine subsurface sediments


SANAE SAKAI  JAMSTECD. Extreme environment
55
Genome analysis of endosymbionts in a deep-sea hydrothermal field, Central Indian Ridge

SATOSHI NAKAGAWA  Hokkaido Univ.D. Extreme environment
56
Synthesis and accumulation of cellular mutagen from bacteria in the deep-sea environment

HIROE HAYASHI  Lab.Mol.,Coll.Agr.,Ibaraki Univ.D. Extreme environment
57

Culturable diversity of thermophilic archaea from a hydrothermal vent of Tofua Arc


IN-TAE  CHA  Chungbuk National UniversityD. Extreme environment
58
Isolation and characterization of a new thermophilic carboxydotroph from an acidic hot spring

YASUKO YONEDA  Kyoto University Graduate School of AgricultureD. Extreme environment
59

Laboratory cultivation of hot spring microbial mat containing sulfur-oxidizing bacteria and sulfide-reducing bacteria


NATSUMI HARA  Tokyo metropolitan UniversityD. Extreme environment
60

Phylogenetic analysis of anaerobic and thermophilic Thermotogae and Clostridia that will survive in 74℃ and 98℃ subsurface petroleum crude oil deposits


KUNIO YAMANE  University of Tsukuba, Life and Environmental SciencesD. Extreme environment
61
Stable isotope tracer study of methanogenesis by a syntrophic microbial community in a petroleum reservoir

DAISUKE MAYUMI  AISTD. Extreme environment
62

Influence of supercritical CO2 on subsurface microbial communities from Horonobe URL and Yubari CCS site


SATORU SHIMIZU  H-RISED. Extreme environment
63

Isolation and characterization of anaerobic bacteria targeted for CO2 fixing from deep subsurface groundwater in Horonobe area, Japan


RAHUL UPADHYE  Horonobe Research Institute for the Subsurface EnvironmentD. Extreme environment
64
Study of effective utilization of the N2-fixing terrestrial cyanobacterium, Nostoc commune based on the desiccation analysis of desiccation-responsible genes and a photosynthesis gene

HIROSHI KATOH  Life Sci. Res. Center, Mie Univ.D. Extreme environment
65
Diversity and functional analysis of bacterial communities associated with soda lake in Khovsgol, Mongolia

NATSUKO HAMAMURA  Ehime Univ CMESD. Extreme environment
66
Functional analysis of a thermostable sulfide dehydrogenase from a non-culturable large sausage-shaped bacterium dominating in a white microbial mat

SATOSHI TAMAZAWA  Graduate School of Life and Environment Sciences University of Tsukuba, Bioproduction Research Institue(AIST)D. Extreme environment
67
The molecular biological detection of Thermaerobacter sp. in hyperthermal compost

ANNA TANAKA  Kyushu UniversityD. Extreme environment
68
Diversity of eukaryotes in cryoconite on Greenland Ice sheet

JUN UETAKE  NIPRD. Extreme environment
69
Molecular phylogenetic characters of microbes detected in body fluid of shallow-sea invertebrates

MASANORI AIDA  Hokkaido UniversityE. Microbial community analysis
70

Phylogenetic analysis of change in a grassland bacterial population

(1) Clustering of isolates within a grassland eco-collection into clades


REIKO HATTORI  Attic LabE. Microbial community analysis
71

Phylogenetic analysis of change in a grassland bacterial population

(II) Substitution among clades


TSUTOMU HATTORI  Attic LabE. Microbial community analysis
72

Diversity and distribution of mcrA genes in the coastal sediment of the Shonai area


SEIICHIRO SAITOU  Yamagata Univ.E. Microbial community analysis
73
DGGE analysis of bacterial community structure in hyperthermal compost

ASUKA ITAHARA  kyushu UniversityE. Microbial community analysis
74
Effects of light on electricity production using microbial fuel cells set in rice paddy field and analysis of cathodic microbial community structure

NOBUO KAKU  Fac. of Agr, Yamagata Univ.E. Microbial community analysis
75
Bacterial community in cryoconite holes from Russell Glacier, Greenland

RYOU KANEKO  Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of TokyoE. Microbial community analysis
76
T-RFLP profiling of soil archaeal community in no-tilled upland soils

AKIHIRO KAWAMURA  Ibaraki University College of AgricultureE. Microbial community analysis
77

Diversity and distribution of methanogenic archaea in the Midagahara peat bog at Mt.Gassan


SATOSHI HATTORI  Yamagata Univ.E. Microbial community analysis
78

Possible depths for methanogenesis in deep subsurface environment of sedimentary geological setting


HIROAKI NASHIMOTO  Grad Sch Sci. Shizuoka UnivE. Microbial community analysis
79
Changes of gas production and microbial community by addition of ferric iron oxide or manganese oxide on the acetate degradation in thermophilic methane fermentation

CHIHAYA YAMADA  Grad. Sch. Agr. Life Sci., Univ. TokyoE. Microbial community analysis
80

Biodiversity and population dynamics of denitrifying bacteria in solid-phase denitification processes with poly(L-lactic acid) as the substrate


TAKESHI YAMADA  Toyohashi University of Techonology, Department of Environmental and Life SciencesE. Microbial community analysis
81

Community analysis of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in rice roots grown in paddy field


AINA KITANO  Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University, Katahira, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi, JapanE. Microbial community analysis
82
Analyses of bacterial community structure and nitrifying/denitrifying abilities in the eutrophied lake

YOSHIKI SUGIURA  SHIZUOKA UNIV.E. Microbial community analysis
83
Community Structure of Denitrifying Bacteria in Rice Paddy Soils, as Revealed by Functional Single Cell Isolation

YUSUKE UEI  Grad. Sch. of Life Sci., Univ. TokyoE. Microbial community analysis
84
Diversity of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and archaea in relict niter-bed due to a past saltpeter production

TAKASHI NARIHIRO  AIST, IPODE. Microbial community analysis
85
Analysis of bacterial community in early stage of soil ecosystem after the 2000 volcanic eruption in Miyake Island, Japan

YONG GUO  Ibaraki UniversityE. Microbial community analysis
86

Unexpectedly high diversity of bacterial community

in continental shelf sediment 

JIN KYUNG  HONG  Hankuk University of Foreign StudiesE. Microbial community analysis
87

Comparison between clones and isolates of ultramicrobacteria at Ulleung-basin, Korea 


MI-REE  KIM  KORDIE. Microbial community analysis
88

Sequence analysis of reverse dissimilatory sulfite reductase genes in sediments of Tokyo Bay


YUMI MORI  Depertment of Marine bioscience, Fukui Prefectural UniversityE. Microbial community analysis
89
Effect of the soil collection method on the fungal community analysis

MARIKO UCHIDA  University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Life and Environmental SciencesE. Microbial community analysis
90
Effect of practical preservation and RNA extraction methods of activated sludge samples on the analysis of active microbial community structure

MIYUKI NISHIJIMA  TechnoSuruga Laboratory Co., Ltd.E. Microbial community analysis
91
Changes of bacterial population and community on the leaf surface of wheat plant during the growing season

RIEKO NIWA  NIAESE. Microbial community analysis
92

Microbial compositions of travertines in Anraku hot spring, Kagoshima, Japan


TOMOYO OKUMURA  Kyushu Univ.E. Microbial community analysis
93
Differences of microbial diversities in sediments depending on the hydrothermal areas

YUI TAKAHASHI  Department of environmental studies, Tohoku UniversityE. Microbial community analysis
94

Application of ribosomal intergenic spacer analysis (RISA) for monitoring bacterial population responsible for the rapid tissue necrosis (RTN) of stony coral


MINORU WADA  Nagasaki Univ. Graduate School, Sci & TechE. Microbial community analysis
95
The community structure of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and ammonia-oxidizing archaea in cattle manure compost

NOZOMI YAMAMOTO  Laboratory of Sustainable Environmental Biology, Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tohoku UniversityE. Microbial community analysis
96
Effect of copper nonylphenol sulfonate on ammonia-oxidizing archaea and bacteria in soil percolation column

KEI YAMADA  Ibaraki UniversityE. Microbial community analysis
97
Determination of microbial methane production via syntrophic process under high hydrostatic pressure

TOMOYUKI SATO  Bioproduction Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and TechnologyF. Biogeochemical cycle
98

Phylogenetic location of oceanic ammonia-oxidizing archaea demonstrated by enrichment culture


MINORU IJICHI  AORI, The University of TokyoF. Biogeochemical cycle
99
Nitrate production and nitrifying communities in nitrogen-saturated subtropical forest soils in southern China

KAZUO ISOBE  The University of TokyoF. Biogeochemical cycle
100
Effects of temperature on organic matter decomposition process in anaerobic marine sediment

TAKATO MATSUI  Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido UniversityF. Biogeochemical cycle
101
Arsenate respiratory reductase genes distributed in Japanese rice paddy soils

KAZUHIRO SAKURAI  Grad. Sch. of Hort., Chiba Univ.F. Biogeochemical cycle
102

Isolation and Characterization of Actinomycetes, Producing Cholesterol Esterase from Marine Environment


KAORU ONODERA  Tokyo University of Marine Science and TechnologyG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
103

Different relationships between starvation-survival and ATP level in several purple phototrophic bacteria


NANAKO KANNO  Dep. of Biol., Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.G. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
104
Effects of growth promoting factors on a thermophilic bacterial isolate from compost

HIROSHI URAZONO  KAGOSHIMA UNIVERSITYG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
105

Growth Characteristics of Uncultured Nitrite-Oxidizing Nitrospira


HIROTSUGU FUJITANI  Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience, Waseda UniversityG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
106
Characterization of clostridia able to grow in sweet sorghum juice and produce butanol

MOHO KANEMOTO  Ibaraki University College of AgriculutreG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
107
Analysis of Succinoyl Trehalose Lipids production regulation mechanism in Rhodococcus sp.

TOMOHIRO INABA  Graduate school of Life and Environmental Science, University of TsukubaG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
108

Mathematical modeling of gas production by methanogens


YUTALA ONAKA  Univ. of TokyoG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
109
Coenzyme A biosynthetic pathway of methanogenic archaea

HIROKI KATO  Ibaraki Univ. College of Agr.G. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
110
Analysis of transporter-like genes for aromatic compounds of Burkholderia multivorans ATCC17616

NAOTO OGAWA  Shizuoka UniversityG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
111

Purification and characterization of deoxynivalenol dehydrogenase from Gram negative bacterium SS5


IKUO SATO  National institute for agro-environmental sciencesG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
112

Identification of eukaryotic functional genes from lignocellulolytic activity-induced forest soil using metatranscriptomic approach


KAZUTO TAKASAKI  Bioproduction Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)G. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
113
Identification of gene clusters responsible for anaerobic degradation of uric acid by Escherichia coli

ARUNEE THONG-ON  Japan Collection of Microorganisms, RIKEN BioResource CenterG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
114

Characteristics of FAMEs produced by Chlorella sp. 227

in various compositions of culturing mediums

DUKHAENG LEE  PNUG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
115

Availability of domestic wastewater for mass-cultivation of Chlorella sp. 227 as a feedstock for biodiesel production 


THANH THAO  LUONG  PNUG. Physiology/Metabolism/Growth
116

Genetic and ecological analysis of cyanobacterial bloom occurred in reservoir Kutsuwa-zeki at Yokosuka


AYAKO HOSHINO  Ibaraki UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
117
Genetic and ecological analysis of cyanobacterial genus Microcystis occurred in Lake Kasumigaura

RYOU MURAKAMI  Ibaraki UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
118

Taxonomic study of aerobic bacteria isolated from deep subseafloor sediments


MASAYUKI MIYAZAKI  JAMSTECH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
119
Does 365 meters vertical profile of oceanic sediments afford cues to solve the correlation between archaea and their habitat?

TAISHI TSUBOUCHI  JAMSTEC(Biogeos)H. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
120

Polyphasic taxonomy of novel species in the Gammaproteobacteria and Flavobacteriaceae isolated from the Yellow Sea


AYOUNG  CHOI  Inha UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
121
Phylogenetic and physiological analyses of novel marine Verrucomicrobia groups, cultivated by dilution-to-extinction from surface seawaters

KWANG-HYUN RHEE  Inha UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
122
A novel marine acetate-utilizing methanogen, Methanosaeta sp. isolated from tidal flat sediment

KOJI MORI  NBRC, NITEH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
123
Biodiversity and phylogenetic analysis of Actinobacteria collected from bamboo forest soil

HYO-JIN  LEE  Mokwon UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
124
Isolation and characterization of a p-xylene-degrading, sulfate-reducing bacterium

YURIKO HIGASHIOKA  Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
125

Isolation of a representative strain of the SAR116 clade and culture properties of Puniceispirillum marinum gen. nov. sp. nov.


HYUN-MYUNG OH  Inha UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
126

Research on Classification of the Genus Polaribacter


KENTARO INOMATA  Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of TokyoH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
127
Identification of Aspergillus species within the section Flavi by multilocus sequence typing

HITOMI NAKAMURA  AISTH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
128

Intraspecies classification of antibiotic-producing Rhodococcus erythropolis strains using multilocus sequence analysis (MLSA) and MALDI-MS analysis


WATARU KITAGAWA  AISTH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
129
Characterization actinomycetes-like bacteria belonging to the class Ktedonobacteria in the phylum Chloroflexi

SHUHEI YABE  Kennan Eisei Kogyo, Co., Ltd. Hazaka Plant Research CenterH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
130
Thinking about ecological species and ecotype of bacteria

HIROYUKI OTA  Ibaraki UniversityH. Taxonomy/Phylogeny
131

Sensitivity enhancement of RNA-based stable isotope probing by introducing 13C-Carrier-RNA


MAKOTO ATO  Grad. Sch. Agr. Life Sci., Univ. TokyoI. Methodology
132
Specific detection of Archaea in the microbial community as minor populations using LNA primers

KOHEI NAKAMURA  Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Gifu Univ.I. Methodology
133
Establishment of novel nucleic acid extraction method –highly efficient method for microbial lysis and nuceleic acid recovery

TAKESHI TERADA  Marine Works Japan Ltd.I. Methodology
134
Profiling of Bacterial Populations in Freshwater Environments Using Microchip Electrophoresis

NOBUYASU YAMAGUCHI  Grad. Sch. Pharm. Sci., Osaka Univ.I. Methodology
135
Novel on-chip method for time cource analysis of microbial metabolisms

ERIKA SETOYAMA  Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of TsukubaI. Methodology
136
Development of in vivo cultivation method targeting human oral microbes

TAKUYA SUZUKI  Waseda Univ. Dept. Life Science and Medical BioscienceI. Methodology
137
High throughput in situ cultivation - accessing to uncultivable environmental microorganisms -

TATSUROU SUZUKI  Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience,Waseda UniversityI. Methodology
138

Comparison of PCR primers suited for denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) and real-time PCR analysis of amoA from soil ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB)


YUMI SHIMOMURA  National Institute of Agro-Environmental SciencesI. Methodology
139

Microbial ecosystem revealed by metagenomic analysis of the deepest sea mud of the Mariana Trench


SHINRO NISHI  JAMSTECJ. Genomics
140
Metabolic potential of deep subsurface biosphere revealed by metagenomic analysis

YOSHIHIRO TAKAKI  JAMSTECJ. Genomics
141

Isolation of eight bacteriophages infecting marine bacteria belonging to the Proteobacteria and Flavobacteriaceae


HANI  JANG  Inha UniversityJ. Genomics
142

Cultivation and draft genome sequences of strain IMCC3088 add proteorhodopsin-based phototrophic potential to the OM60 clade


YOONRA  JANG  Inha UniversityJ. Genomics
143

Strategy for bioinformatic dissection of
next generation metagenomic sequence data


SEOK HWAN  YOON  SNUJ. Genomics
144
Characterization of population-to-population interactions and system stability in a mixed chemostat culture

AZWANI FATMA   SHIZUOKA UNIV.K. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
145

Probing carbon and nitrogen pathway in a syntrophic microbial community using Raman-FISH


YUNA SEO  AISTK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
146
Phylogenetic diversity of bacterial populations within digestive organs of predatory natural enemy insects

KI-KWANG  KIM  Mokwon UniversityK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
147

Molecular characterization of bacteria associated with the trophosome of Lamellibrachia satsuma and ambient sediment from cold seeps in the Kagoshima Bay, Japan


SANG-JIN  KIM  KORDIK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
148
Studies on hydrogenase genes of symbiotic oxymonad protists in the gut of the termite Reticulitermes speratus

KEISUKE SASHIDA  TOYO UNIVERSITY,RIKENK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
149
Impact of protozoan grazing on the bacterial community in a rice field soil oxidizing methane

JUN MURASE  Grad. Sch. Bioagr. Sci., Nagoya Univ.K. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
150
Charactracterization of Alviniconcha endosymbiont from hydrothermal fields in Central Indian Ridge (CIR)

MARIKO ABE  JAMSTEC SUGARK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
151

Vibrio species bio-control by the phytoplankton–bacteria interaction in a microcosm experiment 


NOOR EMILIA SHARIFAH  Graduate School of Agriculture, Kinki UniversityK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
152

Isolation and characterization of N-acylhomoserine lactone-degrading bacteria from the roots surface of potato plants


TOMOHIRO MOROHOSHI  Grad. Sch. Eng., Utsunomiya Univ.K. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
153
Survival of E. coli O57:H7 in growing Tomato plants

MASAYUKI MAEDA  Niigata Agricultural Research InstituteK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
154
Anaerobes living in flowers

KANA KUROSAWA  Tokyo Univ. Agri. Bio.K. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
155
Screening of some root endophytic fungi induced salt tolerance into canola (Brassica napus).

SHUICHI NAKAMURA  IBARAKI UNIV, COLLEGE OF AGRK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
156

Selection and determination of the best system for applying of a root endophyte which promote sweet sorghum growth under low temperature condition


AKANE YONEKURA  Ibaraki Univ. College of AgrK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
157
Effect of co-cultivated bacteria on the growth of microalgae

HOAN THI VU  The University of TokyoK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
158
Growth of green algae under nitrogen-deficient conditions was supported by coexisting nitrogen-fixing Cyanobacteria

YO GOTOH  Tokyo Metropolitan UniversityK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
159

Promoting factors for gliding motility of filamentous photosynthetic bacterium Chloroflexus aggregans


SHO MOROHOSHI  TMUK. Microbial syntrophy/Microbial interaction
160

Optimization of parameters for the effective sorption of cadmium using isolated fungi from e-waste contaminated site


CONGEEVARAM SHANKAR  Yonsei UniversityL. Bioremediation
161

Bioremediation of Cd polluted soil by two host plant species treated with three different species of dark-septapte root endophytic fungi originated from the subarctic-subtropical areas


YUKI KAWAI  Ibaraki univ, college of agrL. Bioremediation
162
Evaluation of bioremediation techniques for marine oil spill using microplates

KEIKO KITAMURA  AISTL. Bioremediation
163
The analysis of rhizospere microbe in the oil-contaminated soil for phytoremediation

MEGUMI OKAWA  NIESL. Bioremediation
164
Autochthonous bioaugmentation tests
predicting the contamination of Hokkaido coasts by crude oil

NAOFUMI SAKAGUCHI  Hokkaido UniversityL. Bioremediation
165

Interactions between fungi and bacteria associated with degradation of persistent organic pollutants


SHUOZHI WANG  University of TsukubaL. Bioremediation
166

Salicylic acid stimulates the cometabolic biotransformation of the 3-ring PAH fluorene by a phenanthrene-degrading bacterium


NAOYA SUEHIRO  Yokohama City UniversityL. Bioremediation
167

Bacterial biotransformation of the PAH nitrogen heterocycle, 9H-carbazole and metabolite analyses by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry


SATOKO MIZUMURA  Yokohama City UnivarsityL. Bioremediation
168
Liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry analyses of the bacterial biotransformation products of the sulfur heterocycle benzothiophene

YUUKI NEMOTO  Yokohama City UniversityL. Bioremediation
169
Biodegradation of kata-annelated PAHs by Sphingobium species strain KK22

MARIE KUNIHIRO  Yokohama City UniversityL. Bioremediation
170
Population dynamics under anaerobic growth conditions of novel Rhizobium strains isolated from anaerobic dechlorinating consortia

SHINICHI KAIYA  Dept. Environmental and Life Sciences, Toyohashi University of TechnologyL. Bioremediation
171
Analysis of tetrachloroethylene dissimilate-degrading microbes in microcosm by SIP-D method

TAKAHIRO SUZUKI  Univ. of Tsukuba Graduate School of Life and Environmental SciencesL. Bioremediation
172
Evaluation of analysis range of SIP-D method

TAKUMI MINAKAWA  Univ. of Tsukuba Graduate School of Life and Environmental SciencesL. Bioremediation
173

Involvement of Terminal Oxidase cbb3 in Biofilm Formation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa under Anaerobic Environments


MASAKAZE HAMADA  Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of TsukubaM. Biofilm
174

Subinhibitory concentrations of ethanol stimulates biofilm formation by the Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1


AYA INAGAKI  Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of TsukubaM. Biofilm
175
Involvement of cell surface proteins in biofilm formation of Lactobacillus plantarum JCM1149

KENSUKE KAKIHARA  Institute of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of TsukubaM. Biofilm
176

Analysis of aggregation in Rhodococcus sp. SD-74


TAKUMA KIKUKO  Grad. Sch. Life Env. Sci., Univ. TsukubaM. Biofilm
177

Removal of nutrient ions from surrounding water to reed biofilm


YUKARI OSHIMA  Ritsumeikan UniversityM. Biofilm
178
Surface characteristics of bacterial cells isolated from reed biofilm at an early formation stage

CHIHO KIRIYAMA  Grad. Sch. Sci. & Eng. Rits. Univ.M. Biofilm
179
Variation of bacterial community structure during the biofilm formation process  
-Comparison among the biofilm at the same seasons of different years -

YUKI TSUCHIYA  Grad. Sch. Sci. & Eng. Rits. Univ.M. Biofilm
180

Analysis of interaction between other bacterial species by aromatic compounds


HIROMU OURA  Graduate school of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of TsukubaM. Biofilm
181
Aminoglycoside antibiotics promote Escherichia coli biofilm formation

HIROAKI EIDA  Hokkaido UniversityM. Biofilm
182
Control of curli production and biofilm formation by an engineered bacteriophage

MAY THITHIWAT  HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITYM. Biofilm
183
Fitness effects of pellicle formation in aerobic bacteria

KYOSUKE YAMAMOTO  Dept. Biotech., Univ. of TokyoM. Biofilm
184
High throughput assay to evaluate membrane biofouling

KEITARO YOSHIDA  Hokkaido UniversityM. Biofilm
185

Localization of Filamentous Bacteriophages in Escherichia coli Biofilms


KENJI TSURUTA  Hokkaido UniversityM. Biofilm
186

Novel lineage of transferable multi-drug resistance plasmids derived Vibrionaceae isolated from coastal aquaculture site


LISA NONAKA  Dokkyo Med. Unv. Sch. Med.N. Gene transfer
187
Structure of 2,4-D degrading megaplasmids distributed throughout paddy fields in Japan

YORIKO SAKAI  NIAESN. Gene transfer
188
A study of bacterial culturability during bioaerosol challenge test using a test chamber

NORIO HASEGAWA  Yamatake CorporationO. Environmental hygienics
189
Identification of coliforms from rivers flowing into Lake Inawashiro

KOJI ONO  Graduate School of Fukushima Univ.O. Environmental hygienics
190

Isolation of antifungal materials producing bacteria and their biocontrol potential against Candida albicans and Cryptococcus neoformans


HYEOK-DO  KWON  Kangwon National UniversityO. Environmental hygienics
191
Occurrence of antibiotic resistant bacteria in aquatic environment associated with shrimp farm in Bangladesh

FARZANA NEELA  Rajshahi UniversityO. Environmental hygienics
192
Microbial flora of biofilms in dwelling environments

TAKEHISA YANO  Kao CorporationO. Environmental hygienics
193
Evaluation of the number of mercury resistance bacteria by quantification of mercury reductase gene (merA)

SATOSHI YOSHINAMI  Kinki Univ.P. Others
194
Diversity of bacteria transported with Asian dust

TAKASHI BABA  Grad. Sch. Pharm. Sci. Osaka Univ.P. Others
195

Abundance of bacteria transported with Asian dust determined by rRNA gene-targeted approach


TOMOAKI ICHIJO  Grad. Sch. Pharm. Sci., Osaka Univ.P. Others
196

Study on the water pollution and microbial diversity in a river flowing through an urban area


SHOUTA SATO  TOHOKU GAKUIN HIGH SCHOOLP. Others
197
Applications of the electrochemical reaction with microbes for environmental technology

NAOKI SAITO  Univ. of TokyoP. Others
198

Attempt to isolate novel uncultivable bacteria by improved culturing methods


KATSUYA KOBAYASHI  Univ. of Tsukuba Graduate School of Life and Environmental ScienceP. Others
199

A chemotactic response toward inorganic phosphate of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia


TAKAHIRO KONDOU  Dept. Appl. Chem., Utsunomiya Univ.P. Others
200
Effect of Mimicking Microgravity on the Swarming Motility and Gene Expression of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Strains on the Agar Medium

SHINYA SATO  Ibaraki UniversityP. Others