(Last updated : 2019-12-16 15:47:29)
  MIZOGUCHI, Tsuyoshi

   Professor

   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1991/04~1995/03 Graduate School, Division of Bioresearch, University of Tsukuba, Completed, PhD
2. 1987/04~1991/03 University of Tsukuba, Graduated
■ #Professional Background
1. 2017/04~2018/03 Cabinet Office of Government of Japan
2. 2016/04~ Director of Center for Research Planning and Support, Center for Research Planning and Support, International Christian University
3. 2015/04~2018/03 Chair of Department of Natural Sciences, Department of Natural Sciences, International Christian University
4. 2014/04~2015/03 Chair of Department of Life Science, Department of Life Science, International Christian University
5. 2012/04~ Professor, International Christian University
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■ #Present Specialized Fields
Environmental agriculture(including landscape science), Plant molecular biology/Plant physiology, Molecular biology 
■ #Main Course Titles
Plant Physiology, Basic Concepts in Plant Physiology , Laboratory in Plant Physiology
■ #Books and Articles
1. Article Ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal hydrolases are required for period maintenance of the circadian clock at high temperature in Arabidopsis. Scientific Reports  (Collaboration) 2019
2. Article Differential effects of light-to-dark transitions on phase setting in circadian expression among clock-controlled genes in Pharbitis nil. Plant Signal & Behavior  (Collaboration) 2018
3. Article Evaluation of internal control genes for quantitative realtime PCR analyses for studying fruit development of dwarf tomato cultivar 'Micro-Tom'. Plant Biotechnology  (Collaboration) 2018
4. Article A loss-of-function mutateon in the DWARF4/PETANKO5 gene enhances the late-flowering and semi-dwarf phenolypes of the Arabidopsis clock mutant lhy-12;cca1-101 under continuous light without affecting FLC expression. Plant Biotechnology 33,pp.315-321 (Collaboration) 2016
5. Article Density effects on late flowering mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana under continuous light. Plant Biotechnology 33,pp.323-331 (Collaboration) 2016
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■ #Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2017/11/26 Inversion of photoperiodic response by mutations of circadian clock genes in Arabidopsis thaliana (Tunisia-Japan Symposium on Science, Society and Technology (TJASSST 2017))
2. 2016/11/25 Density effects on late and early flowering mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana under continuous light (The 13th Japan Solanaceae Consortium (JSOL 2016))
3. 2016/11/25 Effect of night break on flowering time and FT expression in elf3;gi, an SDP-type mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana (The 13th Japan Solanaceae Consortium (JSOL 2016))
4. 2016/11/25 Effect of night break on flowering time and FT expression in elf3;gi, an SDP-type mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana (The 13th Japan Solanaceae Consortium (JSOL 2016))
5. 2016/11/25 Identification of PH-domain-containing RAB5 effectors (The 13th Japan Solanaceae Consortium (JSOL 2016))
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■ #Teaching Experience
1. Foundation of Biology(International Christian University)
2. Laboratory in Foundation of Biology(International Christian University)
3. 学際科学総合演習(国際基督教大学)
4. Research II(International Christian University)
5. Research III(International Christian University)
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■ #Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1. 2017/04~2020/03  Understanding of a mechanism underlying a control of flowering time by photoperiod  (Key Word : )
■ #Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
70281623