Major Achievements of Prof. Inubushi in 2010 本文へジャンプ

1-Peer-reviewed Articles
  1. Ren, Lixuan, Yunsheng Lou, Kazunori Sakamoto, Kazuyuki Inubushi, Yoshimiki Amemiya, Qirong Shen, Guohua Xu (January 2010) Effects of Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization on microbial community in rhizosphere soil and Fusarium wilt disease in tomato. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 41(11):1399-1410
  2. Watanabe Mirai, Shigeki Yamamura, Takejiro Takamatsu, Masami K.Koshikawa, Seiji Hayashi, Tomoyoshi Murata, Shoko S. Saito, Kazuyuki Inubushi, Kazunori Sakamoto (Feb. 2010) Microbial biomass and nitrogen transformations in surface soils strongly acidified by volcanic hydrogen sulfide deposition in Osorezan, Japan. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 57(1):123-132
  3. Kato, Sigeru, Daisuke Abe, Takaaki Miki, Shinji Iwaishi, Tatsuo Harakawa, Kazuyuki Inubushi (March 2010) Effects of application methods of organic manure at transplanting time on rice yield and suppression of paddy weeds in organic rice cultivation. HortResearch 64: 25-34
  4. Ogiyama,Shinichi, Hiroyuki Suzuki, Kazuyuki Inubushi, Hiroshi Takeda, Sigeo Uchida (Feb.2010) Root-uptake of 14C derived from acetic acid and 14C transfer to rice edible parts. Applied Radiation and Isotopes 68:256-264.
  5. Ogiyama,Shinichi, Hiroyuki Suzuki, Kazunori Sakamoto, Kazuyuki Inubushi (March 2010) Absorption of zinc and copper by maize and sweet potato in an arable field after pig farmyard manure application – contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and effects of wood charcoal application–, HortResearch 64: 9-18
  6. Hadi A, K. Inubushi, K. Yagi (July 2010) Effect of water management on greenhouse gas emissions and microbial properties of paddy soils in Japan and Indonesia. Paddy Water Environment 8(4): 319-324
  7. Kuroda H, T. Kato, Y. Koshigoe, D. Yaegashi, S. Horaguti, K. Inubushi, T. Yamagishi, Y.Suwa (July 2010) The improvement of the nitrogen removal capacity in wetlands. Desalination and Water Treatment 19: 146-148
  8. Inubushi, K., W. Cheng, T. Mizuno, Y. Lou , T. Hasegawa, H. Sakai, K. Kobayashi (Dec. 2010) Microbial biomass carbon and methane oxidation influenced by rice cultivars and elevated CO2 in a Japanese paddy soil. European Journal of Soil Science (first publishied on line on 3 Dec. 2010) doi:10.1111/j.1365-2389.2010.01323.x
  9. Bueno, C.S. , M. Bucourt, N. Kobayashi, K. Inubushi, T. Lafarge (Dec. 2010) Water productivity of contrasting rice genotypes grown under water-saving conditions in the tropics and investigation of morphological traits for adaptation. Agricultural Water Management 98(2): 241-250
2-Book
  1. Matsushima M, Nagano H, Inubushi K (July 2010) Global nitrogen cycling and its availability from soils. In: Nitrogen Assimilation in Plants, edited by Takuji Ohyama and Kuni Sueyoshi, Research Signpost, India: 19-32

3-Oral Presentations
  1. Hadi, A., and Inubushi, K. (Feb. 2010) Comparison of greenhouse gas dynamics in sandy paddy soil and other soils, Seminar in Coastal Sandy Lands. Gajah Mada University, Indonesia, February 13-17, abstract.
  2. Sophoanrith, Ro, Patcharee, S., Tepparit, T., Inubushi, K. (March 2010) Effect of sulfate quality on methane production in paddy soil: laboratory experiment. 11th Graduate Research Conference, Khon Kaen University, BMP 13
  3. Horaguchi, S., Obana, S., Togashi, S., Inubushi, K., Tobita, S., Hayashi, K., Ohmori, M. (May 2010) Restoration of problematic aridisol by terrestrial cyanobacteria, Selection of strains and cultivation on soil. International Symposium "Microalgal BiotechnologyーFood・Environment・Energy ", the University of Tokyo, 31. May, 2010.
  4. Inubushi, K. (June 2010) Soil Health and Environment. 10th SCA Conference, Meeting the Health Challenges in the Asia Pacific Region, June 13-16, Programme and Book of abstracts: 52
  5. Alam S. S., Sakamoto, K., Amemiya, Y., Inubushi, K. (Sep. 2010) Biocontrol and plant growth promotion by a root-colonizing fungus, Penicillium sp. EU0013 in tomato and cabbage. annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Hokkaido University, Sep. 7-9, 2010, Abstract 42
  6. Inubushi, K .(Sep.2010) Methane emission from paddy fields under elevated CO2 and tropical conditions. The second International Symposium on Sustainable Agriculture for Subtropical Regions, Changsha, China, September 15-18, Abstracts: 109
  7. Inubushi, K., Arai, H., Hadi, A., Untung, D., Suwido, H. Limin., Hatano, R. (Sep. 2010)Seasonal Dynamics of N2O, CH4 and CO2 emission from tropical peat soil. International workshop on wild fire and carbon management in peat-forest in Indonesia, Palangka Raya, September 28-29, Abstracts: 5
  8. Padre, A., Sharma, S., Borbe, A., Gathala, M., Ladha, J. K., Inubushi, K. (Nov.2010) Can DSR improve soil health and reduce global warming potential? 3rd International Rice Congress, Hanoi, Vietnam, Nov. 8-12, Congress Program: 129
4-Poster Presentations
① annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Soil Microbiology(May 21-22, 2010, the University of Tokyo)
  1. Vano I, Changyuan Tang, Inubushi K: Nitrous oxide emission and nitrate leaching from an acidic upland blueberry soil as affected by applications of organic amendments and ammonium sulfate, Abstract 38.

② the 19th World Congress of Soil Science (WCSS) (August 1-6, 2010, Brisbane, Australia)
  1. Inubushi K, Mizuno T, Lou Yunsheng, Hasegawa T, Lin Yanhung, Cheng Weiguo, Kobayashi K, Okada M: Microbial biomass and activities in a Japanese paddy soil with differences in atmospheric CO2 enrichment, soil/water warming and rice cultivars. P-0126, Handbook: 67
  2. Nagano H, Sugihara S, Utsugi I, Adachi M, Okubo F, Horaguchi S, Matsushima M, Okitsu S, Prikhodko V, Manakova E, Zdanovich G, Zdanovich D, Funakawa S, Kawahigashi M, Inubushi K : Biological properties of paleosols and present-day soils in Arkaim and its surrounding area, south Urals, Russia. P-0926, Handbook: 70
  3. Alam S S, Sakamoto K, Amemiya Y, Inubushi K : Biocontrol of soil-borne Fusarium wilts of tomato and cabbage with a root-colonizing fungus, Penicillium sp.EU0013. P-0317, Handbook: 49
  4. Vano I, Sakamoto K, Inubushi K : Selection of dark septate endophytes from Ericaceae plants to enhance blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) seeding growth. P-0349. Handbook: 49
  5. Shibahara F, Takehisa K, Nishibori Y, Hotta S, Kitagawa T, Inubushi K, Kyuma K: Microbial biomass and organic carbon stock in paddy soils in the Lake Biwa Basin, Japan.P-1117, Handbook: 76
③ annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (Sep.7-9, 2010, Hokkaido University)
  1. Bueno C, Wiangsamut B, Inubushi K, Lafarge T : Water productivity and grain yield in irrigated rice fields as affected by alternate wetting and drying conducted in distinct soil types in the Philippines. Abstract: 111
  2. Nagano H, Sugihara S, Matsushima M, Prikhodko V,E, Manakhova E, Zdanovich G,B, Zdanovich D, G, Funakawa S, Kawaguchi M, Inubushi K : Greenhouse gaseous dynamics and soil microbial properties in soils of Arkaim, south Urals, Russia- Effects of agricultural history and soil age- Abstract: 179 (text in Japanese)
  3. Inubushi K, Saito H, Nishitsuji J, Arai H, Iswandi A, Hadi A, Makarim K, Setyanto P, Suralta R, Constancio A : Propaties regulating methane production in Southeast Asian paddy soils-1, Abstracts: 188
  4. Saito H, Nishitsuji J, Arai H, Inubushi K, Suphachai A, Smakgahn K, Patcharee S, Duangsamorn T, Amnat C : Propaties regulating methane production in Southeast Asian paddy soils-2, Abstracts: 188
  5. Nishitsuji J, Saito H, Inubushi K, Thanh Nguyen Huu, Ha Tran Thi Le, Ha Pham Quang, Thang Vu, Cong Phan Thi, Quynh Nguyen Thi, Tinh Tran Kim :Propaties regulating methane production in Southeast Asian paddy soils-3, Abstracts: 188
④ the 3rd International Rice Congress (Nov. 8-12, 2010, Hanoi, Vietnam)
  1. Inubushi K et al. : Chemical properties regulating methane production in South-east Asian paddy soils, Congress Program: 150
⑤ the 26th annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Microbial Ecology(Nov. 24-26, 2010, Tsukuba University)

  1. Arai H, Hadi A, Untung D, Suwido L, Hatano R, Inubushi K: Methane absorbtion caused by microorganisms in tropical peat soil affected by forest fire and agriculture. Program and abstract: 110
⑥ the 5th International Nitrogen Conference (Dec.3-7, 2010, New Delhi, India)
  1. Inubushi K, Utsugi I, Kuroda H, Yamagishi T, Saito M, Suwa Y: Do anammox activity exist in paddy field? Abstract: 48
  2. Antil R. S., Nagano H, Kobayashi S, Inubushi K : Effects of organic vs. conventional forming on soil organic matter pools in particle-size fractions. Abstract: 55

5- Doctor Theses under the mentorship

  1. Crisanta Sunio Bueno (July 2010) Impacts of soil and water management, and of genotype characteristic on crop productivity and sustainability in irrigated rice (Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University)
  2. Imre Vano (July 2010) Screening of soil amendments, root endophytes and mitigation of nitrogen losses to improve the upland soil adaptability of rabbiteye blueberry (Vaccinum ashei Read.) (Graduate School of Horticulture, Chiba University)
  3. Kato Shigeru (July 2010) Effects of application of anaerobically fermented manure on paddy weeds, soil microorganism and corp yield in organic cultivation(Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University)