Sympojium A Nov. 26 (Fri.) 9:15-11:45 Hall A
The 2nd Japan-Korea International Symposium on Microbial Ecology
Organizer : JUN MURAESE(Nagoya Univ.), MIO TAKEUCHI(AIST), HAMASAKI KOJI(Univ. Tokyo)
Presentation in English
No. Title
1
Accuracy of Titanium Pyrosequencing in Functional Gene Amplicon Analysis

JOONHONG PARK  Yonsei University
2

Symbioses of cellulolytic protists and their intracellular bacteria in the gut of termites


MORIYA OHKUMA  RIKEN BioResource Center
3
Phylogenetic and Functional Diversities of Denitrifiers in Rice Paddy Soils in Japan

KEISHI SENOO  The University of Tokyo
4

Power of attached bacteria for restoration of disturbed aquatic ecosystem


TAE SEOK AHN  Kangwon National Univ.
5
Microbial Ecology Research in China*1

Liping Zhao  Shanghai Jiao Tong University
*1:Abstract is not included in the proceeding because of the late arrangement.
Sympojium B Nov. 26 (Fri.)13:15-15:45 Hall C
Nitrogen dynamics and microbial ecology in soil-plant ecosystem:
Towards mitigation of N2O emission from soil environments
Organizer : KEISHI SENOO(Univ. Tokyo), KIWAMU MINAMISAWA(Tohoku Univ.)
Presentation in English
No. Title
1
Bridging the research gap between greenhouse gas emission and soil microorganisms

HIROKO AKIYAMA  National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences
2
Mechanism and reduction of N2O emission from nodulated soybean rhizosphere

KIWAMU MINAMISAWA  Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University
3

Denitrifiers Responsible for Low Emission of N2O in Paddy Soils: Identification, Isolation, and Application to Mitigate N2O Emission from Upland Soils


KEISHI SENOO  Univ. of Tokyo
4
Biological nitrification inhibition –New approach to control nitrification in soil–

TAKAYUKI ISHIKAWA  JIRCAS
5

Nitrogen cycling in forested ecosystems:

Needs of microbial ecological approaches from biogeochemical viewpoint

NOBUHITO OHTE   Department of Forest Science, The University of Tokyo
Sympojium C Nov. 26 (Fri.)13:15-15:45 Hall A
Challenges for complex microbial ecosystems: Beyond reductionism
Organizer : FUTAMATA HIROYUKI(Shizuoka Univ.), HARUTA SHIN(Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Presentation in Japanese
No. Title
1
Find the principle of Microbial Ecosystem;  about the Mechanisms of Self-Organization or Dynamic Equilibrium   

HIROYUKI FUTAMATA  Shizuoka Univ.
2

Rapid adaptation and its effect on predator-prey interaction


TAKEHITO YOSHIDA  University of Tokyo
3
The comparative and combined study of mathematical modeling, computer simulation and experimental data analysis

YOSHITERU AOI  Northeastern University
4
Plasticity, Robustness and Evolution

KUNIHIKO KANEKO  Univ. Tokyo
5
Adaptation with phenotypic fluctuation

TETSUYA YOMO  Osaka University