研究業績

原著論文

  • [37] Ezura K, Kim J.S, Mori K, Suzuki Y, Kuhara S, Ariizumi T* & Ezura H*: Genome-wide Identification of Pistil-specific Genes Expressed During Fruit Set Initiation in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). PLoS ONE, 2017 in press
  • [36] Shimatani Z1, Kashojiya S1, Takayama S1, Terada R, Arazoe T, Ishii H, Teramura H, Yamamoto T, Komatsu H, Miura K, Ezura H*, Nishida K*, Ariizumi T* & Kondo A: Targeted base editing in rice and tomato using a CRISPR-Cas9 cytidine deaminase fusion. Nature Biotechnology, 2017, in press
  • [35] Hao S, Ariizumi T & Ezura H: SEXUAL STERILITY is essential for both male and female gametogenesis in tomato. Plant & Cell Physiol2017in press
  • [34] Takayama M, Matsukura C, Ariizumi T & Ezura H: Activating glutamate decarboxylase activity by removing the autoinhibitory domain leads to hyper γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) accumulation in tomato fruit. Plant Cell Reports, in press, 2016
  • [33] Ning W, Duhita N, Ariizumi T* & Ezura H*: Involvement of vacuolar processing enzyme (SlVPE5) post-transcriptional process invertase in sucrose accumulation in the tomato. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, in press
  • [32] Mubarok S, Okabe Y, Fukuda N, Ariizumi T & Ezura H: Favorable effects of the weak ethylene receptor mutation  Sletr1-2 on postharvest fruit quality changes in tomatoes.  Postharvest Biology and Technology, 120: 1-9, 2016
  • [31] Shinozaki Y, Ezura H & Ariizumi T*: The role of ethylene in the regulation of ovary senescence and fruit set in tomato (Solanaum lycopersicum). Plant Signaling Behavior, in press, 2016
  • [30] Shikata M, Hoshikawa K, Ariizumi T, Fukuda N, Yamazaki Y & Ezura H: TOMATOMA update: Phenotypic and metabolite information in the Micro-Tom mutant resources. Plant & Cell Physiology, 57(1):e11, 2016
  • [29] Mubarok S, Okabe Y, Fukuda N, Ariizumi T & Ezura H: The potential use of a weak ethylene receptor mutant Sletr1-2 as a breeding material to extend fruit shelf-life of tomato. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 63:7995-8007, 2015 [link]
  • [28] Shinozaki Y, Hao S, Kojima M, Sakakibara H, Ozeki-Iida Y, Zheng Y, Fei Z, Zhong S, Giovannoni JJ, Rose JK, Okabe Y, Heta Y, Ezura H & Ariizumi T*: Ethylene suppresses tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) fruit set through modification of gibberellin metabolism. The Plant Journal, 83:237-251, 2015
  • [27] Takayama M, Koike S, Kusano M, Matsukura C, Saito K, Ariizumi T & Ezura H: Tomato glutamate decarboxylase genes SlGAD2 and SlGAD3 play key roles in regulatiing gamma-aminobutyric acid levels in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). Plant & Cell Physiol, 2015, in press
  • [26] Ariizumi T*, Kishimoto S, Kakami R, Maoka T, Hirakawa H, Suzuki Y, Ozeki Y, Shirasawa K, Bernillon S, Okabe Y, Moing A, Asamizu E, Rothan C, Ohmiya A & Ezura H*: Identification of the Carotenoid Modifying Gene PALE YELLOW PETAL 1 as an Essential Factor in Xanthophyll Esterification and Yellow Flower Pigmentation in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). The Plant Journal , 79:453-465, 2014 [link]
  • [25] Chusreeaeom K, Ariizumi T, Asamizu E, Okabe Y, Shirasawa K & Ezura H: Regulatory change in cell division activity and genetic mapping of a tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) elongated-fruit mutant. Plant Biotechnology, 31:149-158, 2014 [link]
  • [24] Hauvermale AL1Ariizumi T1 Steber CM: The Roles of the GA Receptors GID1a, GID1b, and GID1c in sly1-independent GA signaling. 1, equally contributed to the work, Plant Signaling Behavior,  e28030 2014 [link]
  • [23] Chusreeaeom K, Ariizumi T, Asamizu E, Okabe Y, Shirasawa K & Ezura H:  A novel tomato mutant, Solanum lycopersicum elongated fruit1 (Slelf1), exhibits an elongated fruit shape caused by increased cell layers in the proximal region of the ovary. Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 289:399-409, 2014 [link]
  • [22] Kimbara J, Yoshida M, Ito H, Kitagawa M, Takada W, Hayashi K, Shibutani Y, Kusano M, Okazaki Y, Nakabayashi R, Mori T, Saito K, Ariizumi T & Ezura H: Inhibition of CUTIN DEFICIENT 2 causes defects in cuticle function and structure and metabolite changes in tomato fruit. Plant & Cell Physiology, 54:1535-1548, 2013 [link]
  • [21] Ariizumi T1, Hauvermale AL1, Nelson SK, Hanada A, Yamagushi S & Steber CM: Lifting DELLA repression of Arabidopsis seed germination by non-proteolytic GA signaling. 1, equally contributed to the work, Plant Physiology, 162:2125-2139, 2013 [link]
  • [20] Asamizu E, Shirasawa K, Hirakawa H, Sato S, Tabata S, Yano K, Ariizumi T, Shibata D & Ezura H: Mapping of Micro-Tom BAC-End sequences to the reference tomato genome reveals possible genome rearrangements and polymorphisms. International Journal of Plant Genomics 2012  [link]
  • [19] Kimbara J, Yoshida M, Ito H, Hosoi K, Kusano M, Kobayashi M, Ariizumi T, Asamizu E & Ezura H: A novel class of sticky peel and light green mutations causes cuticle deficiency in leaves and fruits of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum). Planta 236:1559-70, 2012 [link]
  • [18] Aouni A, Hernould M, Ariizumi T, Matsukura C, Ezura H, Asamizu E: Overexpression of the tomato gltamate receptor-like genes SlGLR1.1 and SlGLR3.5 hinders Ca2+ utilization and promotes hypersensitivity to Na+ and K+ stresses. Plant Biotechnology, 29, 229-235, 2012 [link]
  • [17] Okabe Y, Asamizu E, Ariizumi T, Shirasawa K, Tabata S & Ezura H: Availability of Micro-Tom Mutant Library Combined with TILLING in Molecular Breeding of Tomato Fruit Shelf-life. Breeding Science 62(2): 202–208, 2012 [link]
  • [16] Okabe Y, Asamizu E, Matsukura C, Saito T, Ariizumi T, Brès C, Rothan C, Mizoguchi T & Ezura H: Tomato TILLING Technology: Development of a Reverse Genetics Tool for the Efficient Isolation of Mutants from Micro-Tom Mutant Libraries. Plant & Cell Physiology (On the Cover) 52:1994-2005, 2011 [link]
  • [15] Ariizumi T & Steber CM:  Mutations in the F-box gene SNEEZY result in decreased Arabidopsis GA signaling. Plant Signaling Behavior, 1:6(6) 2011 [link]
  • [14] Saito T1, Ariizumi T1, Okabe Y, Asamizu E, Fukuda N, Mizoguchi T Hiwasa-Tanase K & Ezura H: TOMATOMA: A novel tomato mutant database distributing Micro-Tom mutant collections. 1, equally contributed to the work, Plant & Cell Physiology, 52, 283-296, 2011 [link]
  • [13] Ariizumi T, Higuchi, Arakaki S, Sano T, Asamizu E & Ezura H: Genetic suppression analysis of novel vacuolar processing enzymes reveals their roles in controlling sugar accumulation in tomato fruits.  Journal of Experimental Botany, 62(8):2773-86, 2011 [link]
  • [12] Ariizumi T, Lawrence PK, & Steber CM: The role of two F-box proteins, SLEEPY1 and SNEEZY, in Arabidopsis GA signaling. Plant Physiology, 155(2):765-75, 2011 [link]
  • [11] Ariizumi T, Murase K, Sun TP, & Steber CM: Proteolysis-independent downregulation of DELLA repression in Arabidopsis by the gibberellin receptor GIBBERELLIN INSENSITIVE DWARF1. The Plant Cell, 20, 2447-2459, 2008 [link]
  • [10] Ariizumi T, Kawanabe T, Sato S, Kato T, Tabata S, & Toriyama K: Gene trap strategy, an effective tool for identification of novel genes expressed in anther tissues in Arabidopsis thaliana.  Plant Biotechnology, 25, 391-395, 2008 [link]
  • [9] Ariizumi T1, Kawanabe T1, Hatakeyama K, Sato S, Kato T, Tabata S & Toriyama K: Ultrastructural characterization of exine development of the transient defective exine 1 mutant suggests the existence of a factor involved in constructing reticulate exine architecture from sporopollenin aggregates transient exine defect1 mutant suggests existence of a factor involved in constructing reticulate exine architecture from sporopollenin aggregates. 1, equally contributed to the work, Plant & Cell Physiology, 49, 58-67, 2008 (selected as editor’s choice’s paper) [link]
  • [8] Ariizumi T & Steber CM: Seed germination of GA-insensitive sleepy1 mutants does not require RGL2 protein disappearance in Arabidopsis sleepy1 mutants does not require RGL2 protein disappearance. The Plant Cell, 19, 791-804, 2007 [link]
  • [7]Kawanabe T, Ariizumi T, Kawai-Yamada M, Uchimiya H & Toriyama K:Abolition of the tapetum suicide program ruins microsporogenesis. Plant & Cell Physiology, 47, 784-787, 2006 [link]
  • [6] Ariizumi T, Hatakeyama K, Hinata K, Sato S, Kato T, Tabata S & Toriyama T: The HKM gene, which is identical to the MS1 gene of Arabidopsis thaliana, is essential for primexine formation and exine pattern formation.  Sexual Plant Reproduction, 18, 1-7, 2005 [link]
  • [5] Ariizumi T, Hatakeyama K, Hinata K, Inatsugi R, Nishida I, Sato S, Kato T, Tabata S & Toriyama K: Disruption of the novel plant protein NEF1 affects lipid accumulation in the plastids of the tapetum and exine formation of pollen, resulting in male sterility in Arabidopsis thaliana. NEF1, affects lipid accumulation in the plastids of the tapetum and exine formation of pollen, resulting in male sterility in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Plant Journal, 39, 170-181, 2004 [link]
  • [4] Ariizumi T, Hatakeyama K, Hinata K, Sato S, Kato T, Tabata S & Toriyama K: A novel male-sterile mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana, faceless pollen-1, produces pollen with a smooth surface and an acetolysis-sensitive exine. Plant Molecular Biology, 53, 107-116, 2003 [link]
  • [3] Amagai M1, Ariizumi T1, Endo M1, Hatakeyama K, Kuwata C, Shibata D, Toriyama K & Watanabe M: Identification of anther-specific genes in a cruciferous model plant, Arabidopsis thaliana, by using a combination of Arabidopsis macroarray and mRNA derived from Brassica oleracea. 1, equally contributed to the work. Sexual Plant Reproduction, 15, 213-220, 2003 [link]
  • [2] Ariizumi T, Amagai M, Shibata D, Hatakeyama K, Watanabe M & Toriyama K: Comparative study of promoter activity of three anther-specific genes encoding lipid transfer protein, xyloglucan endotransglucosylase/hydrolase and polygalacturonase in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell Reports, 21, 90-96, 2002 [link]
  • [1] Ariizumi T, Kishitani S, Inatsugi R, Nishida I, Murata N & Toriyama K: An increase in unsaturation of fatty acids in phosphatidylglycerol from leaves improves the rates of photosynthesis and growth at low temperatures in transgenic rice seedlings. Plant & Cell Physiology, 43, 751-758, 2002 [link]