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KATAYAMA Hironori
Graduate School of Agricultural Science / Food Resources Education and Research Center
Associate Professor
Agriculture
Last Updated :2021/06/12

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

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    Graduate School of Agricultural Science / Food Resources Education and Research Center
  • <Related Faculty / Graduate School / Others>

    Faculty of Agriculture / Department of Bioresource Science , Graduate School of Agricultural Science / Department of Bioresource Science

Teaching

Research Activities

Research Interests

  • Conservation Genetics
  • Pomology
  • Fruit genetics and breeding
  • Fruit genetic resources

Research Areas

  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Horticulture
  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Plant genetics and breeding

Committee Memberships

  • Apr. 2019 - Present, Japanese society of breeding, Editor of 'Breeding Science'
  • Sep. 2018 - Present, Japanese society for horticultural science, Symposium committee members

Awards

  • Nov. 2015 日本学術振興会, 科研費審査員表彰

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    科学研究費助成事業に有意義かつ公平な審査意見を付していただいた審査委員を選考し表彰する

    Others

  • Oct. 2012 神戸大学, 学長表彰特別賞, 神戸大学東日本大震災復興支援事業’校庭にイワテヤマナシの花を咲かせよう’

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    片山寛則氏は、東日本大震災に見舞われた被災地の復興を願い、平成23年度からイワテヤマナシの苗木を、復興のシンボルとして被災地の学校に贈る神戸大学復興支援プロジェクト「校庭にイワテヤマナシの花を咲かせよう」を展開している。昨年12月、片山准教授を中心とした食資源センターの教職員が津波で被災した三陸沿岸南部地域の陸前高田市から宮古市までの小中高等学校、特別支援学校43校を訪問し結果、約半数の学校から苗木を育ててみたいという返答を得、今年3月には片山准教授に加え、その他農学研究科関係者も参加して吉里小学校、高浜小学校、宮古水産高校にて、生徒たちとイワテヤマナシの祈念植樹を行った。さらに、宮古水産高校ではイワテヤマナシを材料として加工品を開発し、地元の活性化を目指す取り組みにつながっている。これら一連の活動は朝日新聞夕刊の1面トップ記事として大きく取り上げら

    Others

Published Papers

  • 高田偲帆 片山寛則 村元隆行

    Oct. 2019, 日本畜産学会報, 90, 147 - 151, Japanese

    [Refereed]

  • Two new species of Camellia (Theaceae) from Vietnam.

    Nguyen, L. T, Tran, N, Uematsu, C, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, Luong, D. V, Hoang, S. T, Thai, T

    Two new species of Camellia (Theaceae) are described from Vietnam: Camellia vuquangensis Luong, Tran et L. T. Nguyen and Camellia hatinhensis Luong, Tran et L. T. Nguyen. The new taxa were col- lected from Vu Quang National Park, Central of Vietnam. The new finds are morphologically dissimilar to all known Camellia species. Recent Camellia discoveries have increased the number

    Korean Society of Plant Taxonomists, Jun. 2018, Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, 48, 115 - 122, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Camellia tuyenquangensis (Theaceae), a new species from Vietnam

    Hai Le, Ninh Nguyet, Uematsu Chiyomi, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, Nguyen, Lieu Thi, Tran, Ninh, Luong, Dung Van, Hoang, Son Thanh

    Camellia tuyenquangensis (Theaceae), a new yellow species of camellia from the Chiem Hoa dis- trict of the Tuyen Quang province in Vietnam, is described and illustrated. Camellia tuyenquangensis is similar to Camellia luongii but different from the latter species in several morphological features: leaves oblong-ovate to narrow elliptic; flowers 1–2; bracteoles glabrous on both

    Korean Society of Plant Taxonomists, Aug. 2017, Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, 47 (2), 95 - 99, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Effect of different immersing solutions on the properties of collagen and oxidation status in Japanese shorthorn beef

    TEZUKA SAKI, SHIBA NOBUYA, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, WATANABE MANABU, MURAMOTO TAKAYUKI

    日本畜産学会, Jun. 2016, Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho, 87 (2), 157-163, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Physical and chemical characteristics of Japanese shorthorn beef after immersion in juice of different varieties of Iwateyamanashi

    SAKI TEZUKA, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, WATANABE MANABU, MURAMOTO TAKAYUKI

    日本畜産学会, Jun. 2016, Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho, 87 (2), 149 - 155, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • K. Yamada, C. Uematsu, H. Katayama

    Although ornamental pear trees (Pyrus calleryana) are popular in North America and Australia, we have no ornamental pear cultivar in Japan. Two pear accessions available for ornamental trees were selected from 'Iwateyamanashi' (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatica) endemic in northern Japan. 95 accessions deposited as germplasm collection at Kobe University were selected first with the PCA based on the 9 floral morphological traits such as numbers of petal, stamen, stigma, flowers per bud, pedicel length, flower diameter, colour of petal edge, petal length and petal width, and flowering date, tree form, fruits quality and autumnal leaf colouration. And then 30 accessions were chosen from evenly considering PCA score plot. Finally two accessions of 'i1717' and 'i1525' were organoleptically evaluated by 123 panelists for full size pictures of flower, corymb and flowering branch. They had longer petal length, flower diameter, and petal width compared to those of other accessions and the petal shapes were circle. By PCA and the organoleptic evaluation, 'i1525' and 'i1759' were selected. The former showed rose pink petal edge, better fruit quality, and compact tree form. The latter possessed better fruit quality and compact tree shape, and the leaf turned a deep red colour in the fall. Two accessions had unique ornamental traits not found in Japanese pear cultivars (Pyrus pyrifolia). Pear genetic resources collected from the northern part of Japan will provide new resources for breeding and industry.

    International Society for Horticultural Science, 15 Sep. 2015, Acta Horticulturae, 1094, 117 - 122, English

    [Refereed]

    International conference proceedings

  • T. Ieguchi, H. Katayama, K. Nomura, M. Takaoka, C. Uematsu

    Iwateyamanashi' (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatica) is one of the Pyrus species grown wild in Japan. They have been utilized traditionally as food and medicine, but are not used now. Therefore, it has been decreasing, so conservation and evaluation are urgently needed. Over 750 accessions including Iwateyamanashi were collected and maintained at Kobe University. Antioxidant capacity of accessions from the collection maintained to evaluate its functional characters were analysed. In 2010 and 2011, we measured total polyphenol content and DPPH radical scavenging activity at mature stage among 29 accessions. In 2013, we evaluated temporal total polyphenol content and DPPH radical scavenging activity among 3 accessions. Almost 'Iwateyamanashi' had much higher antioxidant capacity than Japanese pear cultivars (P. pyrifolia) and European pear cultivars (P. communis L.). Especially, accession 'i0868' contained much polyphenol (1.40 mg g-1 FW of (-)-epicatechin equivalent) and showed high DPPH radical scavenging activity (19.76 μmol g-1 FW of ascorbic acid equivalent). It indicated about 23 times higher polyphenol content and about 33 times higher DPPH radical scavenging activity than 'Hosui'. The fruit used in this study was found to possess high antioxidant capacity in an early development stage, and then it reduced according to increasing of fruit weight at full maturity. 'Iwateyamanashi' with high antioxidant capacity might stimulate the new demands as breeding materials and health foods.

    International Society for Horticultural Science, 15 Sep. 2015, Acta Horticulturae, 1094, 539 - 548, English

    [Refereed]

    International conference proceedings

  • Population structure of and conservation strategies for wild Pyrus ussuriensis Maxim. in China

    WUYUN TANA, AMO HITOMI, XU JINGSHI, MA TENG, UEMATSU CHIYOMI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Pyrus ussriensis Maxim. is native to the northern part of China, but whose habitats are currently being destroyed by environmental changes and human deforestation. An investigation of population structure and genetic diversity of wild Ussurian pear is a priority in order to acquire fundamental knowledge for conservation. A total of 153 individuals of wild Ussurian pear from t

    Aug. 2015, PLoS ONE, 10 (8), 1 - 20, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Isolation and Expression Analysis of Floral Homeotic Genes in Four Flowering Cherries, Prunus lannesiana

    HOSOKAWA KENTO, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    Jul. 2015, Acta Horticulturae, 1087, 121 - 128, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Complete chloroplast genome sequence of pineapple (Ananas comosus)

    NASHIMA KENJI, TERAKAMI SHINGO, NISHITANI CHIKAKO, KUNIHISA MIYUKI, SHODA MORIYUKI, TAKEUCHI MAKOTO, URASAKI NAOA, TARORA KAZUHIKO, YAMAMOTO TOSHIYA, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Since chloroplasts are maternally inherited and have unique features in evolution, their genome sequences have been broadly used in phylogenetic studies of plants. Here, we assembled the chloroplast genome sequence of cultivated pineapple (Ananas comosus (L.) Merr.) that is the most economically significant plant in the Bromeliaceae using next-generation sequencers. The genome

    Springer, May 2015, Tree Genetics & Genomes, 11 (60), English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Effects of different immersing solutions and immersion times on the physical and chemical characteristics of beef from Japanese shorthorn steers

    TEZUKA SAKI, YAMAGATA KENTO, KATAYAMA, HIRONORI, WATANABE MANABU, MURAMOTO TAKAYUKI

    浸漬液および浸漬時間の違いが日本短角種牛肉の理化学特性に及ぼす影響について検討を行った.4 頭の日本短角種去勢牛の大腿二頭筋をパイナップル果汁(pH3.5),豊水果汁(pH4.4),イワテヤマナシ果汁(pH3.9),および RO水(pH5.9)に 0,24,48,および 96 時間浸漬させた.また,別の 4 頭の日本短角種去勢牛の大腿二頭筋を pH4.01 標準緩衝液,pH6.86 標準緩衝液,および RO 水(pH5.8)に 0 および 24 時間浸漬させた.浸漬後,ドリップロス,クッキングロス,色調値,および最大荷重を測定した.クッキングロスは,イワテヤマナシ果汁が RO 水およびパイナップル果汁に比較して浸漬 48 時間まで有意に低かった.最大荷重は,パイナップル果汁が他の浸漬液に比較して浸漬 96 時間で有意に低くなったが,イワテヤマナシ果汁

    日本畜産学会, Feb. 2015, 日本畜産学会報, 86 (1), 37 - 43, Japanese

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Chiyomi Uematsu, Hironori Katayama, Izumi Makino, Azusa Inagaki, Osamu Arakawa, Cathie Martin

    Flowering peach Prunus persica cv. Genpei bears pink and variegated flowers on a single tree. The structural genes involved in anthocyanin biosynthesis were expressed strongly in pink petals but only very weakly or not at all in variegated petals. A cDNA clone encoding a MYB-like gene, isolated from pink petals was strongly expressed only in pink petals. Introduction of this gene, via biolistics gave magenta spots in the white areas of variegated petals, therefore this gene was named as Peace (peach anthocyanin colour enhancement). Differences in Peace expression determine the pattern of flower colouration in flowering peach. The R2R3 DNA-binding domain of Peace is similar to those of other plant MYBs regulating anthocyanin biosynthesis. Key amino acids for tertiary structure and the motif for interaction with bHLH proteins were conserved in Peace. Phylogenetic analysis indicates that Peace is closely related to AtMYB123 (TT2), which regulates proanthocyanidin biosynthesis in Arabidopsis, and to anthocyanin regulators in monocots rather than to regulators in dicots. This is the first report that a TT2-like R2R3 MYB has been shown to regulate anthocyanin biosynthesis.

    OXFORD UNIV PRESS, Mar. 2014, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY, 65 (4), 1081 - 1094, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Hironori Katayama, Miho Ohe, Etsuko Sugawara

    Some local cultivars and wilds of Iwateyamanashi (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatica) that grows wild in Northern Tohoku, Japan have good aromatic fruit. Iwateyamanashi may be valuable germplasms as a donor of odor compounds in breeding of Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia), because almost all Japanese pear cultivars have faint odor. Fruits odors from a local cultivar 'Sanenashi', a wild accession (i0830) in Iwateyamanashi, cultivars of 'Kosui' and 'La France' were characterized at first with comparative Aroma Extract Dilution Analysis (AEDA). Application of AEDA, based on Gas chromatography/Olfactometry analysis (GC/O), on the odor concentration prepared from 'Sanenashi' indicated the presence of 33 odor-active compounds including methyl and ethyl esters, aldehydes and alcohol. The eleven odor compounds from 16 accessions of Iwateyamanashi showed various combinations and wide range of odor concentrations by Principal Component Analysis (PCA). Especially 2 accessions of local cultivar 'Natsunashi' plotted in the highly ethyl ester group might be useful for Japanese pear breeding.

    JAPANESE SOC BREEDING, Mar. 2013, BREEDING SCIENCE, 63 (1), 86 - 95, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Tana Wuyun, Teng Ma, Chiyomi Uematsu, Hironori Katayama

    In order to understand the genetic diversity of wild Ussurian pears in China, chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) of 186 wild accessions from 12 populations in Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang and Jilin Provinces and 51 Chinese and European pear cultivars including Pyrus ussuriensis, Pyrus pyrifolia, Pyrus bretschneideri, Pyrus sinkiangensis and Pyruscommunis were investigated. Each accession was classified into one of three types (types A, B and C) based on two large deletions in the hypervariable regions between the accD-psaI and rps16-trnQ genes. Thirty haplotypes were identified by 32 mutations including 17 gaps (in/dels) and 15 base changes. Haplotype network analysis revealed that wild Chinese Ussurian pears could be grouped into subgroup I of type A. A haplotype, Hcp3, in subgroup I detected in Heilongjiang and Jilin Provinces was considered to be a divergent centre in Chinese Ussurian pears. However, the genetic diversity of wild accessions revealed by the two hypervariable regions was quite low. In particular, 98 % of wild Ussurian accessions in Inner Mongolia shared an identical haplotype Hcp1 and are, therefore, monomorphic. In comparison, Chinese pear cultivars were more divergent. These results suggest that the cpDNAs from wild Ussurian pears in Inner Mongolia have specifically differentiated compared to those from pears of other areas. The number of wild Ussurian pears has been decreasing because of desertification and land development, therefore conservation is needed. © 2012 Springer-Verlag.

    Springer-Verlag, 2013, Tree Genetics and Genomes, 9 (1), 167 - 177, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Hiroyuki Iketani, Hironori Katayama, Chiyomi Uematsu, Nobuko Mase, Yoshihiko Sato, Toshiya Yamamoto

    By use of Bayesian statistical inference and allelic data for 18 microsatellite loci, we analyzed the genetic structure of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese pear cultivars and of native populations of Pyrus ussuriensis. Although Japanese pear cultivars had a simple genetic structure, Chinese and Korean pear cultivars were admixures of Japanese pear and native P. ussuriensis from the Asian continent. Genetic differentiation between groups of native populations and those of cultivars was high, but cultivars were not well differentiated from each other. Chinese and Korean cultivars, which have traditionally been classified as either P. ussuriensis, P. bretschneideri, or P. pyrifolia, were much closer to Japanese cultivars, which have traditionally been classified as P. pyrifolia, than to native P. ussuriensis. We propose a new classification of cultivars by using the Group concept in accordance with the International Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants, namely, the Pyrus Ussurian pear group, the Pyrus Chinese white pear group, the Pyrus Chinese sand pear group, and the Pyrus Japanese pear group.

    SPRINGER WIEN, Nov. 2012, PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION, 298 (9), 1689 - 1700, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Shingo Terakami, Yuichiro Matsumura, Kanako Kurita, Hiroyuki Kanamori, Yuichi Katayose, Toshiya Yamamoto, Hironori Katayama

    The chloroplast genome of Pyrus was found to be 159,922 bp in length which included a pair of inverted repeats (IRs) of 26,392 bp, separated by a small single-copy region of 19,237 bp and a large single-copy region (LSC) of 87,901 bp. A total of 130 predicted genes (113 unique genes and 17 genes, which were duplicated in the IR) including 79 protein-coding genes, four ribosomal RNA genes and 30 tRNA genes were identified based on similarity to homologs from the chloroplast genome of Nicotiana tabacum. Genome organization was very similar to the inferred ancestral angiosperm chloroplast genome. Comparisons between Pyrus, Malus, and Prunus in Rosaceae revealed 220 indels (a parts per thousand yen10 bp). Excluding ycf1 and ycf2, which contained deletions in the coding region, all of these were detected in the spacer or intron regions. Three insertions and 13 deletions were detected in Pyrus compared to the same loci in Malus and Prunus. After comparing 89 noncoding chloroplast DNA regions in Pyrus and Malus, highly variable regions such as ndhC-trnV and trnR-atpA were identified. In Pyrus and Malus, the IR/LSC borders were 62 bp shorter than those of Prunus. In addition, there were length mutations at the IRa/LSC junction and in trnH. A total of 67 simple sequence repeats (more than 10 repeated motifs) were identified in the Pyrus chloroplast genome. The indels and simple sequence repeats will be useful evolutionary tools at both intra- and interspecific levels. Phylogenetic analysis demonstrated a close relationship between Pyrus and Prunus in the Rosaceae.

    SPRINGER HEIDELBERG, Aug. 2012, TREE GENETICS & GENOMES, 8 (4), 841 - 854, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Hironori Katayama, Miho Tachibana, Hiroyuki Iketani, Shao-Ling Zhang, Chiyomi Uematsu

    The genome structure of pear chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) is extremely highly conserved in comparison with that of other angiosperms, and therefore, relatively few phylogenetic analyses for pear (Pyrus spp.) have been carried out using cpDNA as a marker. In this study, we identified two hypervariable regions in intergenic spacers of cpDNA from 21 species in Pyrus. One of these regions is 857 bp in length and lies between the accD-psaI genes, and the other is a 904-bp region between the rps16-trnQ genes. The mutation rate of gaps for the two regions was 10 and 26 times higher, respectively, than the base change rate. Twenty-five haplotypes were revealed among 21 species in Pyrus by 36 mutations found in the two regions. These included 27 gaps and 9 base changes but excluded cpSSRs. Phylogenetic relationships between the 25 haplotypes were generated by haplotype network analysis. The 25 haplotypes represented three groups (types A-C) with two large deletions, one 228 bp in length between the accD-psaI genes and the other 141 bp between the rps16-trnQ genes. Types A and B consisted mostly of pears native to East and South Asia. Type C contained mainly Pyrus communis and wild relatives native to Europe, West and Central Asia, Russia, and Africa. Type B might have diverged from primitives such as pea pears in type A. Phylogenetic utility of structural alterations (gaps) occurring in the hypervariable regions of Pyrus cpDNA is discussed.

    SPRINGER HEIDELBERG, Apr. 2012, TREE GENETICS & GENOMES, 8 (2), 313 - 326, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Flower Color Variegation in Single Petal Flowering Peach

    C. Uematsu, K. Uozumi, I. Makino, O. Arakawa, H. Katayama, C. Martin

    The mechanism underpinning flower colour variegation in single petal flowering peach (Prunus persica) was investigated. This tree bears three different types of flowers within one tree, i.e., deep pink coloured flowers (P1), flowers with pink sectors on a pale pink background (PPS1), and flowers with pink sectors on a white background (W1). In spite of the difference in flower colour appearance, all three petal types possess same pigment of cyanidin-3-gulcoside as the major pigment. The differences in petal colour could be attributed to differences in pigment content. Structural genes of the anthocyanin biosynthetic pathway showed no differences in structure at the level of homologous Southern hybridization. But expression of the genes encoding the biosynthetic enzymes CHI, F3H, DFR and ANS was lower in PPS1 and W1 petals compared to P1 petals.

    INT SOC HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE, 2012, XXVIII INTERNATIONAL HORTICULTURAL CONGRESS ON SCIENCE AND HORTICULTURE FOR PEOPLE (IHC2010): INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON GENOMICS AND GENETIC TRANSFORMATION OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS, 929, 287 - 292, English

    [Refereed]

    International conference proceedings

  • Pear (Pyrus L.) Genetic Resources from Northern Japan: Evaluation of Threatened Landraces for Morphological and Agronomical Traits

    Y. Matsumura, S. Kakehi, K. Masaki, M. Miyake, H. Katayama, C. Uematsu

    The region of distribution of Pyrus L., endemic in northern Japan including 'Iwateyamanashi', (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatic author) has been decreasing, thus conservation and evaluation are urgently needed. 750 pear accessions were collected and deposited at Kobe University in an ex situ field genebank. The 30 landraces in this collection were established by top grafting to evaluate morphological and agronomical fruit traits of. Flowering date, harvest date, fruit shape, skin color, diameter, height, peduncle length, fresh weight, number of locules, calyx persistency, number of sepals, flavor, firmness, sugar content (Brix), pH, and astringency were investigated for two years. Sugar content ranged from 9 to 16.1%. pH of fruit extract ranged from 3.0 to 4.8. Fruit having a high acid content are suitable for cooking or processing. Days from full bloom to harvest ranged from 94 to 209. By sensory evaluation, eleven accessions were revealed to have sweet and strong flavors previously undetected in modern Japanese pear cultivars. Early maturing cultivars had a significant tendency to have a strong flavor. One landrace, 'Sanenashi' was seedless. Until the 1940s, 'Sanenashi' fruit was used for canning. These threatened landraces possessed unique agronomic traits not found in named Japanese pear cultivars. Pear genetic resources collected from northern Japan will provide new resources for breeding and industry.

    INT SOC HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE, 2011, XXVIII INTERNATIONAL HORTICULTURAL CONGRESS ON SCIENCE AND HORTICULTURE FOR PEOPLE (IHC2010): III INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES, 918, 971 - 982, English

    [Refereed]

    International conference proceedings

  • Hiroyuki Iketani, Toshiya Yamamoto, Hironori Katayama, Chiyomi Uematsu, Nobuko Mase, Yoshihiko Sato

    Hybridization between native and cultivated species is a concern in conservation biology. However, detecting such hybridization and distinguishing true natives from prehistorically naturalized species based on phenotypic characteristics is difficult. Here, we report on introgression between native and prehistorically introduced pear (Pyrus) species in Northern Tohoku (northern end of Honshu Island), Japan. We analyzed 20 microsatellites in 226 wild, seemingly wild, or cultivated materials. Phenetic analysis showed that wild Japanese populations of P. ussuriensis var. ussuriensis in Northern Tohoku, previously considered true natives based on morphology and phytogeography, differed from those in continental Asia, confirming their nativeness. However, Bayesian inference of population structures showed that Japanese P. ussuriensis was genetically admixed with two genetic clusters: true native P. ussuriensis var. ussuriensis and prehistorically introduced P. pyrifolia. Even in the Kitakami Mountains, where true native populations of var. ussuriensis are believed to persist, most wild trees were at least somewhat admixed. Prehistorically introduced then naturalized plants are treated as natives in Japan's conservation management, and some are considered endangered. However, introgression of prehistorically naturalized P. pyrifolia into threatened native P. ussuriensis var. ussuriensis has occurred. This paper examines the implications for conservation management.

    SPRINGER, Feb. 2010, CONSERVATION GENETICS, 11 (1), 115 - 126, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Hironori Katayama, Shiho Adachi, Toshiya Yamamoto, Chiyomi Uematsu

    Iwateyamanashi (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatica) is one of the Pyrus species which grows wild in Japan. The number of Iwateyamanashi trees has been decreasing, so conservation and evaluation is urgently needed. Over 500 accessions of Pyrus species collected from Iwate in northern Tohoku region are maintained at Kobe University as an Iwateyamanashi germplasm collection. In order to investigate the genetic diversity, five SSR (simple sequence repeat) markers, developed from Japanese and European pear were examined for 86 Pyrus individuals including 58 accessions from Iwate. These SSR loci could discriminate between all the Iwate accessions except for 10 that bear seedless fruit, as well as determine the genetic diversity in Iwateyamanashi germplasms. High levels of variation were detected in 41 alleles and the mean observed heterozygosity across 5 loci was 0.50 for the Iwate accessions. Seedless accessions sharing identical SSR genotype with the local pear variety "Iwatetanenashi" were supposed to have been propagated vegetatively via grafting. In an UPGMA phenogram, Japanese pear varieties (P. pyrifolia) were clustered into two groups with some Iwate accessions including seedless ones. Another 38 Iwate accessions were not clustered clearly, and there was no clear relationship between these accessions and geographical distribution or morphological characters. Allele frequency revealed that the Iwate accessions were genetically more divergent than the Japanese pear varieties. Most Japanese pears possessed a 219 bp deletion at a spacer region between the accD and psaI genes in the chloroplast DNA (cpDNA), but other Pyrus species and two Iwateyamanashi trees did not. In the Iwate accessions, 79.3% had a deletion type cpDNA and others had a standard type cpDNA without deletion. These results are indicative of the wide range of genetic diversity in the Iwate accessions which include Japanese pear varieties. A combination of SSR and cpDNA analyses revealed high heterogeneity in Iwateyamanashi and coexistence of Iwateyamanashi and hybrid progeny with P. pyrifolia. These could be reasons for the wide range of continuous morphological variation described previously.

    SPRINGER, Nov. 2007, GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION, 54 (7), 1573 - 1585, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Pear (Pyrus species) genetic resources in Iwate, Japan

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    Iwateyamanashi (Pyrus ussuriensis Maxim. var. aromatica (Nakai et Kikuchi) Rehd.) is one of the Pyrus species grown wild in Japan. The origin of the Japanese pear (P. pyrifolia) is uncertain but it has been suggested that Iwateyamanashi is the possible progenitor of the modern Japanese cultivar. During the last few decades, the number of Iwateyamanashi trees has been decreasing

    Springer-Verlag, Apr. 2006, Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 53, 483 - 498, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Evaluation and utilities of pear genetic resources in Sanriku area, Japan

    片山 寛則

    Jun. 2005, 三陸総合研究, vol 27 93-98, Japanese

    Scientific journal

  • Structural analysis of chloroplast DNA in Prunus (Rosaceae): evolution, genetic diversity and unequal mutations.

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    In order to understand the evolutionary aspects
    of the chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) structures in Rosaceous plants, a physical map of peach (Prunus persica cv. Hakuhou) cpDNA was constructed. Fourteen lambda phage clones which covered the entire sequence of the peach cpDNA were digested by restriction enzymes (SalI, XhoI, BamHI, SacI, and PstI) used singly or in combination. The mol

    Springer-Verlag, 2005, Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Vol 111 1430-1439, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • H Katayama, C Uematsu

    A physical map of chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) of pear [Pyrus ussuriensis var. hondoensis (Nakai et Kikuchi) Rehder] was constructed using five restriction enzymes, SalI, XhoI, BamHI, SacI and PstI. This information will make it possible to investigate the phylogenetic relationships between Pyrus species. Pear cpDNA was found to be a circular molecule with a total size of about 156 kb in which two inverted repeats of 24.8 kb divide the molecule into small (17 kb) and large (90 kb) single-copy regions. The endonuclease recognition sites in the physical map were determined by single and double digestion of 13 lambda phage clones which covered the entire sequence of the pear cpDNA. Twenty nine genes were localized on the physical map of the pear cpDNA. The structure of pear cpDNA was almost the same in terms of genome size and gene order as that of tobacco cpDNA. RFLP analysis was carried out on cpDNAs from five Pyrus species (Pyrus pyrifolia, Pyrus ussuriensis, Pyrus calleryana, Pyrus elaeagrifolia and Pyrus communis). Two mutations, a recognition-site mutation and a length mutation (deletion), were found only in the cpDNA of P pyrifolia cultivars. These mutations were localized on the physical map of pear cpDNA. The number of mutations of cpDNA in Pyrus species are small in comparison with those of other angiosperms, suggesting a high degree of genome conservatism in Pyrus species.

    SPRINGER-VERLAG, Jan. 2003, THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS, 106 (2), 303 - 310, English

    Scientific journal

  • H. Katayama, C. Uematsu

    To investigate the phylogenetic relationships in Pyrus and other species in the Rosaceae, structure of chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) in pear (Pyrus ussuriensis var. hondoensis (Nakai et Kikuchi) Rehder) was compared with that of tobacco in Solanaceae and those of Gramineous plants. Twenty-nine genes were mapped onto pear cpDNA by Southern hybridization. The gene order in pear cpDNA was the same as those for tobacco and Arabidopsis thaliana cpDNA, but differed from those for Gramineous plants which have large deletions (the regions including some genes) and inversions compared with pear and tobacco cpDNA. Also the structure of pear cpDNA was different from that of Lotus japonicus and Oenothera elata with a large inversion in the region between rps16 and rbcL. Three deletions were detected in the non-coding region between rbcL and accD in pear cpDNA when compared with tobacco cpDNA. Distribution of these deletions were surveyed by PCR in 20 Rosaceous plants including 11 Pyrus species from subfamily Maloideae, and 9 other species from subfamilies Prunoideae, Rosoideae, and Spiraeoideae. These deletions were found in all of the Rosaceous plants except 5 Prunus species, suggesting that the deletions occurred before the differentiation of Rosaceae, and additional alterations might occur in Prunus species.

    International Society for Horticultural Science, 2002, Acta Horticulturae, 587, 259 - 268, English

    [Refereed]

    International conference proceedings

  • Sequence comparison of the 5'flanking region of Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia) S-RNase associated with gametophytic self-incompatibility

    NORIOKA NAOKO, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, MATSUKI TOHRU, ISHIMUZU TAKESHI, TAKASAKI TAKESHI, NAKANISHI TETSU, NORIOKA SHIGEMI

    Genomic clones of 2.8 kb, 4.3 kb and 6.5 kb
    for the S2-, S3- and S5-RNases of Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia), respectively, were isolated and sequenced. Comparison of the 5’-flanking regions of these genes with the same region of the S4-RNase gene indicated that a highly similar region of approximately 200 bp exists in
    the regions just upstream of the putative TATA boxes of th

    Springer-Verlag, 2001, Sexual Plant Reproduction, 13, 289–291, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

MISC

  • KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Iwateyamanashi (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatica) is one of the Pyrus species grown wild in the Tohoku district of Japan. It had been utilized at least until 1940’s as food, traditional medicine, or timber. Nowadays it is not only forgotten among local people but also facing to extinction. Therefore author focused on Iwateyamanashi as genetic resources, performed explorations s

    Lead, 近畿作物・育種研究会, Oct. 2019, Journal of Crop Research, 64, 1 - 9, Japanese

    [Refereed][Invited]

  • ‘Iwateyamanashi’ as an aromatic pear genetic resource endemic to Northern Tohoku, Japan

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Iwateyamanashi (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatica) is a species of pear that grows wild in several regions of Japan. Some of the local cultivars and wild individuals of the species growing in Northern Tohoku, Japan bear good aromatic fruit. Iwateyamanashi may provide valuable germplasms as a donor of fruit flavor in the breeding of the Japanese pear (P. pyrifolia), as almost all

    日本香料協会, Sep. 2018, 香料, 279, 59 - 64, Japanese

    [Invited]

    Introduction scientific journal

  • Genetic structure and diversity of the wild Ussurian pear in East Asia

    HIRONORI KATAYAMA, HITOMI AMO, TANA WUYUN, CHIYOMI UEMATSU, HIROYUKI IKETANI

    The Ussurian pear is the most important cultivated pear in the northern part of China. Cultivated Ussurian pears are considered to have derived from Pyrus ussuriensis Maxim. which is native to the northeast of China. In Japan, two varieties of P. ussuriensis, P. ussuriensis var. aromatica and var. hondoensis are native to the northern area and the central area of the main isl

    Japanese Society of Breeding, Apr. 2016, Breeding Science, 66 (1), 90 - 99, English

    [Refereed][Invited]

    Introduction scientific journal

  • よみがえるイワテヤマナシ~その保全遺伝学的研究と新規遺伝資源としての利用~

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    日本園芸農業協同組合連合会, Aug. 2013, 果実日本, 68 (8), 99 - 102, Japanese

    [Invited]

    Introduction commerce magazine

  • ニホンナシ‘豊水’の葉緑体ゲノムの全塩基配列決定

    松村有一郎, 寺上伸吾, 栗田加奈子, 金森裕之, 片寄裕一, 山本俊哉, 片山寛則

    29 Mar. 2011, 育種学研究, 13, 287, Japanese

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ遺伝資源(第4報)‘サネナシ’(岩手無核)無核果実形成について

    三ツ橋昇平, 植松千代美, 山本俊哉, 片山寛則

    Mar. 2010, 園芸学研究, 別9 (1), 277

  • 植物遺伝資源・東北地方のナシ属植物の遺伝的多様性

    片山 寛則, 植松 千代美

    2004, 遺伝, 58 55-62, Japanese

    Others

Books etc

  • 耕作放棄地できる野生梨のジャムやシロップ 「エシカルな農業 」(伊藤一幸編著 )

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Joint work, 誠文堂新光社, Oct. 2016, Japanese, 耕作放棄地の解消を目指して粗放栽培適性の高い野生ナシを定植することで減農薬等の環境に優しく、手のかからない栽培が可能となった。野生ナシのジャムやシロップへの加工・販売は初めての試みであり、野生ナシの選抜から栽培法、加工法など一連のエシカルな農法についての事例を紹介している。, ISBN: 9784416916421

    Scholarly book

  • Introgression and Long-Term Naturalization of Archaeophytes into Native Plants – Underestimated Risk of Hybrids

    IKETANI HIROYUKI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Joint work, In-Tech Educational and publishing, Apr. 2012, English, Ussurian pear Populations from northeastern Japan were more or less genetically admixed with P. pyrifolia. This phenomenon was more conspicuous in local landraces and wild individuals collected from outside of the Kitakami Mountains, but was also evident in wild individuals in that region. This result and the ubiquity of intermediate trees clearly show introgression between nat, ISBN: 9789535105404

    Scholarly book

  • 医薬バイオテクノロジー事典(医薬バイオテクノロジー事典編集委員会編)

    片山 寛則

    Joint work, 廣川書店, 2003, Japanese

    Scholarly book

Presentations

  • Genetic features of the subgenus Protocamellia in Vietnam revealed by population analysis using SSR markers

    Nguyen T.L., Luong V.D., Le N.H.N., Katayama H., Fukuyama K., Uematsu C.

    日本育種学会令和2年度春季大会, Mar. 2020, Japanese

    Poster presentation

  • Population analysis for the subgenus Protocamellia distributing in the Southern area of Vietnam based on SSR analysis

    Nguyen T.L., Luong V.D., Katayama H., Fukuyama K., Uematsu C

    The International CAMELLIA Congress, Feb. 2020, Japanese

    Oral presentation

  • Confirmation and isolation of plant virus from some variegated Camellia cultivars

    Terada K., Katayama H., Uematsu C

    The International CAMELLIA Congress, Feb. 2020, English

    Oral presentation

  • Towards the marker development applicable for the reconsideration of genetic relationships in the genus Camellia

    Fukuyama K., Katayama H., Nguyen T.L., Luong V.D., Le N.H.N., Wuyun T., Liu H.M., Hakoda N., Uematsu

    The International CAMELLIA Congress, Feb. 2020, English

    Oral presentation

  • ツバキ属植物の系統関係の再検討

    福山 敬, 片山 寛則, Nguyen Thi Lieu, Luong Van Dung, Le Nguyet Hai Ninh, Wuyun Tana, 箱田 直紀, 植松 千代美

    日本植物学会, Sep. 2019, Japanese

    Oral presentation

  • Genetic diversity and population structure of wild Camellia species distributing in Southern Vietnam inferred from SSR analysis

    Nguyen T. L., Fukuyama K., Katayama H., Uematsu C.

    日本育種学会令和元年度秋季大会, Sep. 2019, English

    Poster presentation

  • 斑入りツバキにおけるウイルスの探索

    寺田健人,片山寛則、植松千代美

    園芸学会令和元年度秋季大会, Sep. 2019, Japanese

    Poster presentation

  • 官能評価・機器分析によるニホンナシおよびナシ遺伝資源の果実香気特性プロファイリング

    OHASHI RYOTA, FUYAMA IKUE, SAITO TOSHIHIRO, KANAZAWA KO, FUJII MIHO, YAMAMOTO TOSHIYA, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成31年度春季大会, Mar. 2019, Japanese, 一般社団法人園芸学会, 川崎市(明治大学), Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • ナツナシにおいて香気成分のQTL を示した領域への AAT(alcohol acyl transferase)遺伝子のマッピング

    岸本 祐子, 関本 陽介, 保坂 ふみ子, 上野 真奈, 山本 俊哉, 吉田 康子, 齋藤 寿広, 名田 麻希子, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成31年度春季大会, Mar. 2019, Japanese, 園芸学会, 川崎市(明治大学), Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Utilization of wild pear for aromatic pear breeding

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Joint seminar of Chinese academy of forestry (CAF) and Kobe Univ., Mar. 2019, English, Zhengzhou, China, International conference

    Public discourse

  • Population structure of wild camellia species distributing in Southern Vietnam inferred from SSR analysis

    LIEU NGUYEN, DUNG LUONG, FUKUYAMA KEI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    Joint seminar of VNU, OCU, and KU, Dec. 2018, English, Ha noi (VNU), International conference

    Public discourse

  • Phylogenetic relationships in genus Camellia inferred from cpDNA markers

    FUKUYAMA KEI, LIEU NGUYEN, DUNG LUONG, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    Joint Seminar of VNU, OCU, and KU, Dec. 2018, English, Ha Noi (VNU), International conference

    Public discourse

  • 「よみがえるイワテヤマナシ-その保全と遺伝資源としての利用-」

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    シニア自然大学校自然と文化科, Sep. 2018, Japanese, 大阪市, Domestic conference

    Public discourse

  • ツバキ属遺伝資源の評価と系統関係の解明

    FUKUYAMA KEI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    日本育種学会134回講演会, Sep. 2018, Japanese, 一般社団法人日本育種学会, 岡山市(岡山大学), Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • Genetic relationships among Camellia species collected from Southern Vietnam

    NGUYEN T LIEU, FUKUYAMA KEI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    日本育種学会134回講演会, Sep. 2018, English, 一般社団法人日本育種学会, 岡山市(岡山大学), Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • 「新規ナシ遺伝資源としてのイワテヤマナシ」 ~保全と利用の両立を目指して~

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    近畿作物・育種研究会 第185回例会, Jun. 2018, Japanese, 近畿作物・育種研究会, 神戸市(神戸大学), Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Invited oral presentation

  • ‘幸水’とイワテヤマナシの交雑集団を用いた果実形質に関するQTL解析

    UENO MANA, NOMURA KEIICHI, YOSHIDA YASUKO, HOSAKA FUMIKO, YAMAMOTO TOSHIYA, SAITO TOSHIHIRO, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成30年度春季大会, Mar. 2018, Japanese, 園芸学会, 近畿大学(奈良県), 東北地方に自生するイワテヤマナシの在来品種の一つである‘ナツナシ’は芳香が豊かで,高いポリフェノール含量と抗酸化能を持つ等の現在の二ホンナシ栽培品種が持たない有用な形質を多くもつことが報告されている(Katayama et al. 2013) (Ieguchi et al. 2015).本研究では‘ナツナシ’を育種母本としたこれらの形質に対するマーカー利用選抜育種に利用するために,‘幸水’בナツナシ’の交雑集団を用いて新鮮重や果皮色といった3種類の形態形質,果皮色, 香気成分,PH, Brix, 褐変度, クロロゲン酸含量,プロアントシアニジン含量、ポリフェノール含量に関するQTL解析を行った, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • Discription of wild camellia genetic resources collected from South of Vietnam

    NGUYEN LIEU THI, LUONG DUNG VAN, FUKUYAMA KEI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    日本育種学会第132回講演会, Oct. 2017, English, 日本育種学会, 岩手大学, Camellia is the most wildly distributed genus of the family Theaceae, Center of genetic diversity of Camellia species was thought to be near the boundary between southern part of China and northern part of Vietnam (Sealy, 1958; Chang, 1984; Tran Ninh, 2002). In Vietnam, more than 20 species were newly reported since 2006, mainly from the south. Consequently, it is suggested th, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • Breeding utilization of aromatic wild pear

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Joint seminar of molecular breeding for woody species, Oct. 2017, English, Chinese Academy of Forestry, Zhengzhou, China, Monoculturalization is problem in Japanese pear cultivars. Japanese pear breeding needs a wide range of genetic diversity. landraces or wild pears could be useful as a donor of various important agricultural traits. It is a reason why I have interest in wild pear. Breeding projects of wild pear are continuously ongoing now. Some of collected landraces and wild pears possess u, International conference

    Public discourse

  • 官能評価・機器分析によるニホンナシおよびイワテヤマナシの果実香気評価

    FUYAMA IKUE, SAITO TOSHIHIRO, KANAZAWA KO, FUJII MIHO, YAMAMOTO TOSHIYA, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成29年度秋季大会, Sep. 2017, Japanese, 園芸学会, 酪農学園大学(北海道江別市), ニホンナシは香りに乏しいことが知られており,香りのある品種育成が望まれている.また東北地方に自生するイワテヤマナシは多様な芳香をもつ個体が多く,有用な育種素材として期待されている.これまで育種現場では香気は官能的に評価されてきた.この官能評価に対して機器分析は主観的になりがちな官能評価の結果の妥当性を検討する手段として利用される.そこで本研究ではニホンナシおよびイワテヤマナシの果実香気の官能評価を行い,官能評価用語の決定と香気特性をレーダーチャートで示した.また機器分析にて香気特性のプロファイリングを行い,官能評価の結果と照合した., Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • ニホンナシの新規ポリネータ-としてのハエの有用性

    ISHIDA KANA, TANIKAWA TAKAHIRO, TAKEMORI YOHEI, KISHIKAWA ASUKA, GOTO KENTARO, WATANABE YUKO, KAKEHI SHIGEFUMI, FUDAN TETSUO, MASAKI KENTARO, SUGAWARA ETSUKO, MAETO KAORU, SATO TAKUYA, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成29年度秋季大会, Sep. 2017, Japanese, 園芸学会, 酪農畜産大学(北海道江別市), 現在のニホンナシ栽培では, 人工授粉もしくはミツバチを導入しての受粉が主流である. しかし開花時期の低温やナシの花蜜糖度の低さが原因で, ミツバチはナシの最適なポリネーターとされていない. 当研究室では, ナシ園の訪花昆虫観察からクロバエ科のハエが多く訪花していることを見出し、ニホンナシの新規ポリネーターとしてのハエの利用を目指している. 本研究では, ヒロズキンバエの新規ポリネーターとしての有用性を示すことを目的とし, ハエの送粉能力および, ニホンナシ‘豊水’花器の持つハエ誘引成分とその誘引効果の調査を行った., Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • The wild pear conservation as a case study of woody species

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Pro Natura Symposium focused on the conservation of woody species, Sep. 2017, English, Pro Natura Foundation, Dalat University, Vietnam, To develop conservation strategies of woody plants in Vietnam, the wild pear conservation as a case study of woody species was introduced and discussed., International conference

    [Invited]

    Nominated symposium

  • 「大学との連携による特産品の六次産業化:ヤマナシを例に」

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    よかわオ ープンイノベーションラボ開設記念シンポジウム, Jul. 2017, Japanese, 三木市, Domestic conference

    Public discourse

  • 「岩手の宝・イワテヤマナシ」

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    岩手食文化研究会第20回総会特別講演会, Jun. 2017, Japanese, 岩手食文化研究会, 盛岡市(岩手大学), Domestic conference

    Public discourse

  • ‘幸水’בナツナシ’交雑集団を用いた果実由来揮発性成分のQTL解析

    関本 陽介, 山本 俊哉, 保坂 ふみ子, 吉田 康子, 齋藤 寿広, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    日本園芸学会平成29年度春季大会, Mar. 2017, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • ‘幸水’בナツシ交雑集団を用いた果実由来揮発性成分のQTL解析

    SEKIMOTO YOSUKE, YAMAMOTO TOSHIYA, HOSAKA FUMIKO, YOSHIDA YASUKO, SAITO TOSHIHIRO, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成29年度春季大会, Mar. 2017, Japanese, 日本大学生物資源科学部(神奈川), 現在栽培されている主要な ニホンナシ栽培品種は果実の香気が乏しいことが知られている。本研究では‘ナツシ’ を育種母本とした芳香性ニホンナシの早期選抜が可能な DNAマーカー(MAS)の作出を目指して,‘幸水’ בナツシ’ との交雑集団64 個体を用いて果実由来揮発性成分の QTL解析を行った。エステル、アルデヒド、テルペン類など13種類の揮発性成分で形質と関連したQTLが見つかった。, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Framework linkage maps constructed by using an interspecific cross between Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia) and Iwateyamanashi (Pyrus ussuriensis var. aromatica)

    SEKIMOTO YOSUKE, YAMAMOTO TOSHIYA, HOSAKA FUMIKO, YOSHIDA YASUKO, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    日本育種学会第130回講演会, Sep. 2016, Japanese, 鳥取大学, DNAマーカーを用いたQTL解析を行うためにイワテヤマナシとニホンナシの種間交雑集団を用いたナツナシと‘幸水’の骨格連鎖地図を作成した。ナツナシで189 SSRマーカー、 幸水で166 SSRマーカーが座乗した連鎖地図が出来た。, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • 東アジアの野生梨 (Pyrus ussuriensis) の集団構造と起 源に関する研究

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    日本育種学会129回春季大会 グループ研究集会 (第45 回生物進化・細胞遺伝談話会 / 遺伝資源海外調査 の現状と課題), Mar. 2016, Japanese, 一般社団法人日本育種学会, 横浜市立大学, 日本育種学会グループ研究集会「第45 回生物進化・細胞遺伝談話会 / 遺伝資源海外調査 の現状と課題」にて、日本の東北地方に自生するイワテヤマナシの起源を明らかにする研究についてこれまでの成果を報告した。イワテヤマナシと中国に自生する秋子梨の広範な探索調査、分布域の確認、両者の形態比較、集団遺伝学的分析、遺伝的多様性の把握、保全単位の決定、起源についての考察など幅広い議論を展開した。, Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Invited oral presentation

  • 中国の野生梨の保全研究への貢献と神戸大学におけるイワテヤマナシの ジーンバンクの紹介

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成27年度秋季大会アジア遺伝資源利用促進小集会「アジアにおける遺伝資源のポテンシャルとその育種利用」, Sep. 2015, Japanese, 徳島大学, 中国の野生ナシである秋子梨の探索、分子生態学的手法による保全単位の決定、イワテヤマナシとの類縁関係などの最近の研究結果を発表した。また神戸大学におけるイワテヤマナシジーンバンク事業を紹介した。, Domestic conference

    Public symposium

  • 異なる品種のイワテヤマナシ果汁に浸漬させた日本短角種牛肉の理化学特性

    手塚 咲, 片山寛則, 渡邊 学, 村元 隆行

    日本畜産学会第120回大会, Sep. 2015, Japanese, 酪農学園大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • ナシのルーツを求めて:世界のナシ、日本のナシ

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    2015年度日本育種学会市民公開シンポジウム「作物の起源と人が育てた栽培植物」, Sep. 2015, Japanese, 日本育種学会第128回講演会運営委員会, 新潟大学, アジアナシ、セイヨウナシ、ニホンナシ、イワテヤマナシなど、世界のナシのルーツについて最近の研究結果にもとづき解説した。, Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Nominated symposium

  • 緑色の花をつけるサクラの花器官におけるホメオティック遺伝子の発現

    HOSOKAWA KENTO, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, UEMATSU CHIYOMI

    園芸学会平成27年度春季大会, Mar. 2015, Japanese, 園芸学会, 千葉大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • フェノール類に着目した東北地方由来のナシ属遺伝資源の評価

    IEGUCHI TAKAHIRO, NOMURA KEIICHI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成27年度春季大会, Mar. 2015, English, 園芸学会, 千葉大学, イワテヤマナナシの褐変に関係するクロロゲン酸や渋みに関連するプロアントシアニジンについて分析した。在来品種"ナツナシ"これらの成分が多く含まれていた。, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • パインアップルのクロロプラストゲノムDNAの全長配列の決定とその解析

    KENJI NASHIMA, TERAKAMI SHINGO, NISHITANI CHIKAKO, KUNIHISA MIYUKI, SHODA MORIYUKI, TAKEUCHI MASATO, SUGIURA NAOYA, TARORA KAZUHIKO, YAMAMOTO TOSHIYA, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成26年度秋季大会, Oct. 2014, Japanese, 園芸学会, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Conservation strategy of wild Ussurian pear in China based on the genetic structure analysis

    AMO HITOMI, XU JINGSHI, Ma TENG, WUYUN TANA, UEMATSU CHIYOMI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    日本生態学会, Apr. 2014, English, 広島, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • Phylogenetic analysis of pears (Pyrus species) using chloroplast DNA markers. Seminar on Breeding and Biotechnology of Fruit Trees

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    Joint seminar of Univ. of Tehran and Kobe Univ., Oct. 2013, English, Tehran (Univ. of Tehran), International conference

    Public discourse

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ遺伝資源(第8報)果実に含まれる主要フェノール類の特徴づけ

    家口嵩広, 野村啓一, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成25年度秋季大会, Sep. 2013, Japanese, 園芸学会, 岩手大学, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ遺伝資源(第7報)花器形態特性の評価による観賞用系統の選抜

    山田勝久, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成24年度秋季大会, Sep. 2012, Japanese, 園芸学会, 福井県立大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ果実の形態形質および機能性成分

    MATSUZAKI AYA, NOMURA KEIICHI, TAKAOKA MOTOKO, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成24年度春季大会, Mar. 2012, Japanese, 大阪府立大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ果実の形態形質および機能性成分

    松崎綾, 野村啓一, 高岡素子, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成23年度春季大会, 2012, Japanese, 園芸学会, 大阪府立大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 次世代シーケンサーを用いたナシ葉緑体DNAの全塩基配列決定

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成24年春季大会,小集会, 2012, Japanese, 園芸学会, 大阪府立大学, Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Nominated symposium

  • ニホンナシ’豊水’の葉緑体ゲノムの全塩基配列決定

    松村有一郎, 寺上伸吾, 栗田加奈子, 金森裕之, 片寄裕一, 山本俊哉, 片山 寛則

    育種学研究第13巻別1,p287, 2011, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 横浜市立大学, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • 豊かな香りを持つナシ在来品種たち ー新たな育種素材としての香りの評価ー

    KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成22年度秋季大会市民公開シンポジウム, Sep. 2010, Japanese, 園芸学会, 大分大学, Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Nominated symposium

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ遺伝資源(第5報)エチレン生成量の多様性とその関連形質

    浜亮介, 板井章浩, 片山 寛則

    園芸学研究第9巻別2、p82, Sep. 2010, Japanese, 園芸学会, 大分大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 南アジアと東南アジアで栽培されているナシ属植物はPyrus pyrifoliaである

    池谷祐幸, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, 植松千代美, 間瀬誠子, 山本俊哉

    日本植物分類学会第9回大会 研究発表要旨集,p48, 2010, Japanese, 日本植物分類学会, 愛知教育大学, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ遺伝資源(第4報)’サネナシ’(岩手無核)無核果実形成について

    三ツ橋昇平, 植松千代美, 山本俊哉, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学研究第9巻別1、p277, 2010, Japanese, 園芸学会, 日本大学生物資源科学部, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • 絶滅危惧種イワテヤマナシとニホンナシの雑種化-形態、核SSR、葉緑体のデータはなぜ矛盾するのか?

    橘美穂, 片山寛則

    園芸学会春期大会小集会:ナシゲノム研究の発展と展望, 2010, Japanese, 園芸学会, 日本大学生物資源学部, Domestic conference

    Public symposium

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ遺伝資源(第3報)糖類および有機酸の含量と組成

    松村有一郎, 野村啓一, 三宅幹雄, 筧重文, 正木健太郎, 植松千代美, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学研究第8巻別2、p84, Sep. 2009, Japanese, 園芸学会, 秋田大学, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • 東北地方より収集したナシ遺伝資源(第3報)糖類および有機酸の含量と組成

    松村 有一郎, NOMURA KEIICHI, MIAKE MIKIO, KAKEI SHIGEFUMI, MASAKI KENTAROU, UEMATU CHIYOMI, KATAYAMA HIRONORI

    園芸学会平成21年度秋季大会, Sep. 2009, Japanese, 秋田大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • DNAと形態から見たイワテヤマナシ集団の多様性評価

    橘美穂, KATAYAMA HIRONORI, 池谷祐幸, 山本俊哉, 植松千代美

    育種学研究第11巻別2, Sep. 2009, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 北海道大学, Domestic conference

    Poster presentation

  • The relationship among East Asian cultivated pears revealed by population genetics analysis of microsatellite

    IKETANI Hiroyuki, KATAYAMA Hironori, UEMATSU Chiyomi, MASE Seiko, YAMAMOTO Toshiya, SATO Yoshihiko

    園芸学会平成18年秋季大会, Sep. 2006, Japanese, 園芸学会, 長崎大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Evolution of chloroplast genome in Rosaceous fruit tree

    KATAYAMA Hironori

    園芸学会平成18年秋季大会, Sep. 2006, Japanese, 園芸学会, 長崎大学, Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Invited oral presentation

  • Analysis of odorants contributing iwateyamanashi aroma by the AEDA method

    KATAYAMA Hironori, Ohe miho, SUGAWARA Etsuko

    園芸学会平成18年秋季大会, Sep. 2006, Japanese, 園芸学会, 長崎大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Populational genetics analysis of michinokunashi revealed by SSR

    IKETANI Hiroyuki, KATAYAMA Hironori, UEMATSU Chiyomi, MASE Seiko, YAMAMOTO Toshiya, SATO Yoshihiko

    日本分類学会, Mar. 2006, Japanese, 日本分類学会, 琉球大学, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • PEACE, a MYB-related transcription factor, regulating pigmentation in flowering peach, can alter morphological characters of transgenic tobacco,

    UEMATSU C, TAKASHIMA M, KATAYAMA Hironori, MARTIN C

    XVII International Botanical Congress, Jul. 2005, English, 未記入, Vienna, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • バラ科の系統解析(Ⅳ)ナシ属葉緑体ゲノムのrps16-trnQ 遺伝子間に見つかった高頻度組み換え領域

    片山 寛則, 植松 千代美

    育種学研究, 2005, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 7 別1,2 312, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • ハナモモ由来のPEACE遺伝子を導入した形質転換タバコの特徴

    高島 幸, 植松 千代美, 片山 寛則, MARTIN C

    育種学研究, 2005, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 7 別1,2 367, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 東北地方における梨の遺伝的多様性,遺伝資源の宝庫‘岩手’

    片山 寛則

    第19回東北育種談話会, 2004, Japanese, 東北育種談話会, 未記入, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • バラ科の系統解析(Ⅲ)ナシ属(Pyrus)とサクラ属(Prunus)の葉緑体ゲノムの比較研究

    片山 寛則, 植松 千代美

    育種学研究, 2004, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 未記入, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • バラ科の系統解析(Ⅱ)サクラ属(Prunus)における葉緑体ゲノムの構造解析

    片山 寛則, 植松 千代美, 高島 幸

    育種学研究, 2004, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 未記入, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 源平咲きハナモモの花色の斑入り変異をつかさどる転写因子.

    植松 千代美, 片山 寛則, MARTIN C

    育種学研究5 巻(別2), Sep. 2003, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 未記入, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • SSR マーカーおよび葉緑体DNA マーカ ーによる岩手県ナシ属収集系統の遺伝的多様性.

    片山 寛則, 足立 志穂, 山本 俊哉, 植松 千代美

    育種学研究5 巻(別2), Sep. 2003, Japanese, 日本育種学会, 未記入, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • A gene responsible for colour variegation in flowering peach. Plant Biology 2003

    UEMATSU C, KATAYAMA Hironori, ARAKAWA O, MARTIN C

    Annual Meeting of the American society of Plant Biologists, Aug. 2003, English, 未記入, Hawaii, USA, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Mechanisms of flower colour variegation in flowering peach.

    UEMATSU C, KATAYAMA Hironori, MARTIN C

    日本植物生理学会年会要旨集, Mar. 2003, English, 日本植物生理学会, 未記入, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

Association Memberships

  • 日本遺伝学会

  • 日本園芸学会

  • 日本育種学会

Research Projects