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Shosei Kubota

Shosei Kubota

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo University

3-8-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8902, Japan

tel: +81-3-5454-6368; fax: +81-3-5454-4305

e-mail: skubota44'atmark'gmail.com



Biography

2013-current. Project researcher in Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo University

2010-2013. PostDoc. in Graduate School of Life Science, Tohoku University

2007-2010. Ph.D. in Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkado University

2005-2007. M.S. in Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkado University

2001-2005. B.S. in Faculty of Science (Biology), Hokkaido University

1982. Born in Fuji city, Shizuoka


Teaching Experience

2006. Apr-Sep. Teaching assistant at Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University

2005. Apr-Sep. Teaching assistant at Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University


Grants

2007-2010. Fellowship of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science for Young Scientists (DC1)

2010-2013. Fellowship of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science for Young Scientists (PD)

2012. International travel grant from Kato Memorial Bioscience Foundation


Research Interests

The Evolution of Flowering Plants

I am interested in the evolution of flowering plants. So far my research has invloved themes such as measuring adaptive significance of plant reproductive systems, inferring evolutionary history of plant species, and investigating molecular evolution of floral organs. My current research project utilizes next generation sequencing (NGS) technology and evolutionary ecological approach to understand the genetic basis of adaptive evolution in wild Arabidopsis species.

I have experience in field experiments, molecular techniques such as maker development, isolation of genes, real time PCR, yeast hybrid assay, GST pull down assay, Arabidopsis transformation, analyses of population genetics, molecular phylogeny, and bioinformatics.


Plants of Interest

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Trillium camschatcense (Melanthiaceae)

  • Hermaphroditic and gyonodioecious populations
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Self-incompatible and self-compatible populations
T. camscahtcense
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Cardiocrinum cordatum (Liliaceae)

  • Hermaphroditic
  • Monocarpic perennial
  • Self-compatible
  • Vegetative reproduction
C. cordatum
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Clintonia udensis (Liliaceae)

  • Hermaphroditic
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Self-compatible
C. udensis
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Viola selkirkii (Violaceae)

  • Hermaphroditic
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Self-compatible
  • Cleistogamous flower
V. selkirkii
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Veratrum album ssp. oxysepalum (Liliaceae)

  • Andromonoecious
  • Monocarpic perennial
  • Self-incompaible
  • Simultaneous flowering
V. album
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Arisaema serratum (Araceae)

  • Dioecious
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Sex change
A. serratum
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Artemisia tridentata (Asteraceae)

  • Hermaphroditic
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Self-incompatible
  • Plant communication
A. tridentata
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Asparagus schoberioides (Asparagaceae)

  • Dioecious
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Chromosomal sex determination
A. schoberioides
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Tricyrtis hirta (Liliaceae)

  • Hermaphroditic
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Application of transgenic technologies
T. hirta
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Asparagus officinalis (Asparagaceae)

  • Dioecious
  • Polycarpic perennial
  • Chromosomal sex determination
A. officinalis
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Felis silvestris ssp. catus (Felidae)

  • Dioecious (both-female)
  • Pet owned by our secretary
  • Named Ponzu (left) and Mirin (right)
F. catus

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