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Tetsuro Mimura Department of Biology, Kobe University, Graduate School of Science, Japan
2 protocols

Miwa Ohnishi Department of Biology, Kobe University, Graduate School of Science, Japan
2 protocols

Satomi Kanno Department of Biology, Kobe University, Graduate School of Science, Japan
2 protocols
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Arsalan Daudi University of California
153 protocols

Dennis Nürnberg Imperial College London
26 protocols

Eunsook Park Seoul National University
3 protocols

Rumen Ivanov Heinrich-Heine University
5 protocols

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Yuko Kurita
  • Post-Doc, Ryukoku University
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 2 Author merit

Education

Doctor of Science, Kobe University, 2016

2 Protocols published
Autoradiography of Pi Distribution in Barley Seedlings
Authors:  Satomi Kanno, Yuko Kurita, Miwa Ohnishi and Tetsuro Mimura, date: 07/05/2014, view: 3133, Q&A: 0
Phosphorus-32 and Phosphorus-33 are radioisotopes of phosphorus. These isotopes are used to trace ionic phosphorus and phosphorus compounds. This protocol is used to follow the movement of inorganic phosphate (PO43-) from a ...
Extraction of Ions from Leaf Sections
Authors:  Yuko Kurita, Satomi Kanno, Miwa Ohnishi and Tetsuro Mimura, date: 07/05/2014, view: 2629, Q&A: 0
The concentration of ions in plant cells and tissues is an important factor to determine their functions and conditions. Here, we describe the method to extract ions from leaf sections for measurements with an ion chromatogram. This method is ...
7 Protocols reviewed
Rice Lamina Joint Inclination Assay
Authors:  Hsing-Yi Li, Hsin-Mei Wang and Seonghoe Jang, date: 07/20/2017, view: 1003, Q&A: 0
Brassinosteroids (BRs) promote rice lamina inclination. Recently, we showed that OsBUL1 knockout mutant rice (osbul1) is defective in brassinosteroid signaling (Jang et al., 2017). To show that lamina joint inclination of ...
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Miniature External Sapflow Gauges and the Heat Ratio Method for Quantifying Plant Water Loss
Author:  Robert Paul Skelton, date: 02/05/2017, view: 1536, Q&A: 0
External sapflow sensors are a useful tool in plant ecology and physiology for monitoring water movement within small stems or other small plant organs. These gauges make use of heat as a tracer of water movement through the stem and can be applied ...
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