東京大学土壌圏科学研究室

JP

Soil Science Laboratory

Research Topics

We are studying soil sciences and soil microbial ecology to clarify the fundamental mechanisms of soil biological functions which support sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation.

  • 1. Clarification of microbial mechanisms supporting sustainable nitrogen fertility of rice paddy soil, and their application to low-nitrogen agriculture. (Keishi SENOO)
  • 2. Identification and isolation of soil microorganisms responsible for N2O generation and elimination in upland field, and their application to N2O mitigation. (Keishi SENOO)
  • 3. Clarification of microbial functions involved in phosphate dynamics in soil, to improve P-availability by plants. (Shigeto OTSUKA)
  • 4. Clarification of mechanisms underlying robustness of soil microbial community. (Shigeto OTSUKA)
  • 5. Ecology of microorganisms in forest soils to understand the microbial regulation of nitrogen and carbon dynamic soils. (Kazuo ISOBE)

Publications

Refer to Publications.

Members

Professor Keishi Senoo
 e-mail: asenoo[at]g.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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Associate Professor Shigeto Otsuka
Assistant Professor Kazuo Isobe
 e-mail: e-mail: akisobe[at]g.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Academic Assistant Noriyo Shimoji
Postdoctoral Fellows Yoko Masuda
Shen Haoyang
Xu Zhenxing
PhD Candidates Zhang Zhengcheng(D3)
Graduate Students Sakura Sato (M2)
Xueding Wang (M2)
Syunsuke Iwata (M2)
Takumi Kasahara (M2)
Kouki Ishikawa (M1)
Katsuki Yoshimura (M1)
Guo Kerui (M1)
Mayuko Abe (M1)
Undergraduate Students Yuusuke Kato (B4)
Mitsutaka Chihara (B4)

Contact

  • Keishi Senoo (Prof.)  E-mail: asenoo[at]g.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp
  • Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo
    1-1-1, Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-8657, Japan

Refer to the website of our department.

Accsess

See the website of Univ. Tokyo.

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