Group of Plant Stress PhysiologyOkayama University

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Original Papers (Since 1999)

PXXX

  1. Ma, J. F., Taketa, S., Chang, Y. C., Iwashita, T., Matsumoto, H., Takeda, K. and Nomoto, K. 1999. Genes controlling hydroxylations of phytosiderophores are located in different chromosomes in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Planta 207: 590-596.
  2. Ma, J. F., Yamamoto, R., Nevins, D. J., Matsumoto, H. and Brown, P. H. 1999. Al binding in the epidermis cell wall inhibits cell elongation of okra hypocotyl. Plant Cell Physiol. 40: 549-556.
  3. Chang, Y. C., Ma, J. F., Iwashita T. and Matsumoto, H. 1999. Effect of Al on the phytosiderophore-mediated solubilization of Fe and uptake of Fe-phytosiderophore complex in wheat (Triticum aestivum). Physiol. Plant. 106: 62-68.
  4. Ma, J. F., Taketa, S., Chang, Y. C., Takeda, K. and Matsumoto, H. 1999. Biosynthesis of phytosiderophores in several Triticeae species with different genomes. J. Expt. Bot. 50: 723-726.

PXXW

  1. Chang, Y. C., Ma, J. F. and Matsumoto, H. 1998. Mechanisms of Al-induced iron chlorosis in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Physiol. Plant. 102: 9-12.
  2. Zheng, S. J., Ma, J. F. and Matsumoto, H. 1998. Continuous secretion of organic acid is related to aluminium resistance in relatively long-term exposure to aluminium stress. Physiol. Plant. 103: 209-214.
  3. Zheng, S. J., Ma, J. F. and Matsumoto, H. 1998. High aluminum resistance in buckwheat. I. Al-induced sepcific secretion of oxalic acid from root tips. Plant Physiol. 117: 745-751.
  4. Ma, J. F., Hiradate, S. and Matsumoto, H. 1998. High aluminum resistance in buckwheat. II. Oxalic acid detoxifies aluminum internally. Plant Physiol. 117: 753-759.

PXXV

  1. Ma, J. F., Zheng, S. J., Hiradate, S. and Matsumoto, H. 1997. Detoxifying aluminium with buckwheat. Nature 390: 569-570.
  2. Ma, J. F., Sasaki, S. and Matsumoto, H. 1997. Al-induced inhibition of root elongation in corn, Zea mays L. is overcome by Si addition. Plant Soil 188:171-176.
  3. Ma, J. F., Hiradate, S., Nomoto, K., Iwashita, T. and Matsumoto, H. 1997. Internal detoxification mechanism of Al in hydrangea. Identification of Al form in the leaves. Plant Physiol. 113:1033-1039.
  4. Ma, J. F., Zheng, S. J., Li, S. F., Takeda, K. and Matsumoto, H. 1997. A rapid hydroponic screening system for aluminum tolerance in barley. Plant Soil 191: 133-137.
  5. Ma, J. F., Zheng, S. J. and Matsumoto, H. 1997. Specific secretion of citric acid induced by Al stress in Cassia tora L. Plant Cell Physiol. 38: 1019-1025.
  6. Sasaki, M., Yamamoto, Y., Ma, J. F. and Matsumoto, H. 1997. Early events induced by aluminum stress in elongating cells of wheat root. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr. 43: 1009-1014.

PXXU

  1. Ma, J. F. and Nomoto, K. 1996. Effective regulation of iron acquisition in gramineous plants. The role of mugineic acids as phytosiderophores. Physiol. Plant. 97: 609-617.

PXXT

  1. Ma, J. F., Shinada, T., Matsuda, C. and Nomoto, K. 1995. Biosynthesis of phytosiderophores, mugineic acids, associated with methionine cycling. J. Biol. Chem. 270: 16549-16554.

PXXS

  1. Ma, J. F. and Nomoto, K. 1994. Biosynthetic pathway of 3-epihydroxymugineic acid and 3-hydroxymugineic acid in gramineous plants. Soil Sci. Plant Nutri. 40: 311-317.
  2. Ma, J. F. and Nomoto, K. 1994. Incorporation of label from 13C, 2H, 15N-labeled methionine molecules during the biosynthesis of 2'-deoxymugineic acid in roots of wheat. Plant Physiol. 105: 607-610.

PXXR

  1. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E. 1993. Interaction between calcium and silicon in water-cultured rice plants. Plant Soil 148: 107-113.
  2. Ma, J. F. and Nomoto, K. 1993. Two related biosynthetic pathways for mugineic acids in gramineous plants. Plant Physiol. 102: 373-378.
  3. Ma, J. F., Kusano, G., Kimura, S. and Nomoto, K. 1993. Specific recognition of mugineic acid-ferric complex by barley roots, Hodeum vulgare. Phytochemistry 34: 599-603.
  4. Ma, J. F. and Nomoto, K. 1993. Inhibition of mugineic acid-ferric complex uptake in barley by copper, zinc and cobalt. Physiol. Plant. 89: 331-334.

PXXQ

  1. Ma, J. F. and Nomoto, K. 1992. Biosynthesis of avenic acid A, a ferric chelating substance secreted from Avena Sativa L. Chem. Pharm. Bull 40: 2888-2890.

PXXP

  1. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E. 1991. Availability of rice straw Si to rice plants. Soil Sci. Plant Nutri. 37: 111-116.
  2. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E. 1991. Effect of silicate on phosphate availability for rice in a P-deficient soil. Plant Soil 133: 151-155.

PXXO

  1. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E.1990. New aspects of silicon nutrition in rice plants. 14th International Congress of Soil Science (Kyoto), Vol IV, pp 158-162.
  2. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E. 1990. Effect of silicon on the growth and phosphorus uptake of rice. Plant Soil 126: 115-119.
  3. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E. 1990. The effect of silicic acid on rice in a P-deficient soil. Plant Soil 126: 121-125.
  4. Takahashi, E., Ma, J. F. and Miyake, Y. 1990. The possibility of silicon as essential element for higher plants. Comments Agric. Food Chem. 2: 99-122.

PXWX

  1. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E. 1989. Effect of silicic acid on phosphorus uptake by rice plant. Soil Sci. Plant Nutri. 35: 227-234.
  2. Ma, J. F., Nishimura, K. and Takahashi, E. 1989. Effect of silicon on the growth of rice plant at different growth stages. Soil Sci. Plant Nutri. 35: 347-356.
  3. Ma, J. F. and Takahashi, E. 1989. Release of silicon from rice straw under flooded conditions. Soil Sci. Plant Nutri. 35: 663-667.

PXWW

  1. Ma, J. F. and Bao, S. D. 1988. Study on potassium supply of soil, III. The fixation and release of potassium in several soils. J. Nanjing Agric. Univ, 11: 74-78.