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)
Refer to Publications.
|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
|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)
- 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.
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