Updated on 2021/09/10

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OKUNISHI Suguru
 
Organization
Research Field in Fisheries, Agriculture, Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine Area Faculty of Fisheries Associate Professor
Title
Associate Professor

Degree

  • 博士(水産学) ( 2003.2   鹿児島大学 )

Research Interests

  • 赤潮 モニタリング 赤潮防除 微生物群集構造解析 現場調査

Education

  • Kagoshima University

    1998.4 - 2002.3

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    Country: Japan

  • Ritsumeikan University

    1995.4 - 1997.3

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    Country: Japan

  • Kinki University   Fisheries

    1991.4 - 1995.3

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    Country: Japan

Research History

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Fisheries, Agriculture, Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine Area Faculty of Fisheries   Associate Professor

    2021.2

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Fisheries, Agriculture, Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine Area Faculty of Fisheries   Assistant Professor

    2018.4 - 2021.1

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Fisheries, Agriculture, Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine Area Faculty of Fisheries Department of Fisheries Science and Technology   Associate Professor

    2013.7 - 2018.3

Professional Memberships

  • 日本陸水学会

    2015.4

  • 日本水産学会

    2013.10

  • 日本微生物生態学会

    1995.8

Qualification acquired

  • Small Craft Control Person

  • Pollution Prevention Manager

 

Papers

  • Endo H. .  Vegetative reproduction is more advantageous than sexual reproduction in a canopy-forming clonal macroalga under ocean warming accompanied by oligotrophication and intensive herbivory .  Plants10 ( 8 )   2021.8

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  • Masao Inoue, Ayumi Tanimura, Yuto Fukuyama, Suguru Okunishi, Hiroto Maeda, Takashi Yoshida, Yoshihiko Sako .  Draft Genome Sequence of Thermanaeromonas sp. Strain C210, Isolated in the Presence of Carbon Monoxide .  Microbiology Resource Announcements9 ( 33 ) e00608-20   2020.8Reviewed

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  • Masaki Kihira, Suguru Okunishi, Tadashi Inagaki, Susumu Kato, Hiroto Maeda .  What caused the pink coloration of water at the bottom of Lake Shiraishi? .  Rikunomizu (Limnology in Tokai Region of Japan)in press   2020.8What caused the pink coloration of water at the bottom of Lake Shiraishi?Reviewed

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  • Islam Teiba, Suguru Okunishi, Takeshi Yoshikawa, Makoto Ikenaga, Mohammed Fouad El Basuini, Sheila Mae S Santander-De Leon, Hiroto Maeda. .  Use of Purple Non-sulfur Photosynthetic Bacteria (Phodobacter sphaeroides) in Promoting Ciliated Protozoa Growth .  Biocontrol Science25 ( 2 ) 81 - 89   2020.6Use of Purple Non-sulfur Photosynthetic Bacteria (Phodobacter sphaeroides) in Promoting Ciliated Protozoa GrowthReviewed

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  • Islam Teiba, Takeshi Yoshikawa, Suguru Okunishi, Makoto Ikenaga, Mohammed El Basuini, Hiroto Maeda .  Diversity of the Photosynthetic Bacterial Communities in Highly Eutrophicated Yamagawa Bay Sediments .  Biocontrol Science25 ( 1 ) 25 - 33   2020.3Diversity of the Photosynthetic Bacterial Communities in Highly Eutrophicated Yamagawa Bay SedimentsReviewed

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  • TEIBA ISLAM, OKUNISHI SUGURU, YOSHIKAWA TAKESHI, IKENAGA MAKOTO, FOUAD EL BASUINI MOHAMMED, MAE S SANTANDER-DE LEON SHEILA, MAEDA HIROTO .  Use of Purple Non-Sulfur Photosynthetic Bacteria (<i>Rhodobacter sphaeroides</i>) in Promoting Ciliated Protozoa Growth .  Biocontrol Science25 ( 2 ) 81 - 89   2020

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    Photosynthetic bacterium (PSB) was isolated from sediment samples of Yamagawa Bay, Kagoshima, Japan. Phylogenetic analysis results of PSB isolate were closely related to <i>Rhodobacter sphaeroides</i>, purple non-sulfur photosynthetic bacteria (PNSB). Pink-colored smooth edges of single bacterial colonies were observed after 3-5 days of incubation period on Basic I medium agar plates. <i>Rhodobacter sphaeroides</i> microscopic examination showed a short rod cell (1-2 µm length) with round ends. Sediment and water samples used for ciliates cultivation were collected from Kuwano-ura Bay, Koshiki Island, Japan. Ciliates were cultivated using fish meal with radish leaves medium (MI), with sediment into MI (MII) and algae media (MIII). The use of the algae media (MIII) in cultivation mixture produced the highest total number of ciliates. Big size ciliates were identified as <i>Euplotes minuta</i> and <i>Cyclidium varibonneti</i>, while small size was identified as <i>Micrometopion nutans</i>, based on PCR-DGGE. When ciliates were cultured with the PSB isolate, <i>Rhodobacter sphaeroides</i> as a feed, ciliates grow to 2,081 individual ml<sup>-1</sup> 72 hrs later. These findings indicate that PNSB can be used to promote ciliates growth.

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  • TEIBA ISLAM, YOSHIKAWA TAKESHI, OKUNISHI SUGURU, IKENAGA MAKOTO, BASUINI MOHAMMED EL, MAEDA HIROTO .  Diversity of the Photosynthetic Bacterial Communities in Highly Eutrophicated Yamagawa Bay Sediments .  Biocontrol Science25 ( 1 ) 25 - 33   2020

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    Yamagawa Bay, located in Ibusuki, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan, is a geographically enclosed coastal marine inlet, and its deteriorating seabed sediments are under an anoxic, reductive, sulfide-rich condition. In order to gain insight into diversity of anoxygenic photosynthetic bacteria (AnPBs) and their ecophysiological roles in the sediments, three approaches were adopted: isolation of AnPBs, PCR-DGGE of 16S rDNA, and PCR-DGGE of <i>pufM</i>. Among the bacterial isolates, relatives of <i>Rhodobacter sphaeroides</i> were most dominant, possibly contributing to transforming organic pollutants in the sediments. Abundance of <i>Chlorobium phaeobacteroides</i> BS1 was suggested by 16S rDNA PCR-DGGE. It could reflect intensive stratification and resultant formation of the anoxic, sulfide-rich layer in addition to extreme low-light adaptation of this strain. Diverse purple non-sulfur or sulfur bacteria as well as aerobic anoxygenic photoheterotrophs were also detected by <i>pufM</i> PCR-DGGE, which could be associated with organic or inorganic sulfur cycling. The outcome of the present study highlights ecophysiologically important roles of AnPBs in the organically polluted marine sediments.

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  • Study on Facility Scale Index of Bubble Circulation Countermeasure .    75 ( 2 ) I_985 - I_990   2019.8Study on Facility Scale Index of Bubble Circulation CountermeasureReviewed

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  • Inoue M. .  Draft genome sequence of parageobacillus thermoglucosidasius strain tg4, a hydrogenogenic carboxydotrophic bacterium isolated from a marine sediment .  Microbiology Resource Announcements8 ( 5 )   2019.1

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  • Masao Inoue, Ayumi Tanimura, Yusuke Ogami, Taiki Hino, Suguru Okunishi, Hiroto Maeda, Takashi Yoshida, Yoshihiko Sako .  Draft Genome Sequence of Parageobacillus Thermoglucosidasius Strain TG4, a Hydrogenogenic Carboxydotrophic Bacterium Isolated from a Marine Sediment .  Microbiology Resource Announcements8   e01666-18   2019.1Draft Genome Sequence of Parageobacillus Thermoglucosidasius Strain TG4, a Hydrogenogenic Carboxydotrophic Bacterium Isolated from a Marine SedimentReviewed

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  • FURUSATO Eiichi, SOU Rai, KUNOU Makoto, IMAMOTO Hiroomi, OKUNISHI Suguru, MAEDA hiroto .  STUDY ON FACILITY SCALE INDEX OF BUBBLE CIRCULATION COUNTERMEASURE .  Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering)75 ( 2 ) I_691 - I_696   2019

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    <p> As the basis of design method for facility scale of bubble circulation as the countermeasure for water quality preservation, simple index is theoretically investigated. Firstly, simple dynamic model for cyanobacteria is proposed based on some simple assumptions including far field horizontal density flow induced by bubble plume. Secondly, by using some assumptions, theoretical required simple index equation is derivated under steady state condition for preventing harmful cyanobacter. Finally, we analyzed required facility scale under the some parameters corresponding to actual engineering and natural conditions. The required theoretical facility scale agree with empirical value being successfully suppressing cyanobacteria in actual reservoirs in spite of some assumptions. Furthermore, the effects of some conditions such as the countermeasure managements as well as natural conditions on the facility scale are discussed. These results can provide useful scientific basis for actual dam managements of eutrophicated reservoirs.</p>

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  • Algicidal Activity and Dynamics of a Heterosigma akashiwo-killing Bacterium with Bacterial Community in natural sea .  Journal of Antibacterial and Antifungal Agents   2018.6Algicidal Activity and Dynamics of a Heterosigma akashiwo-killing Bacterium with Bacterial Community in natural seaReviewed

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  • S. N. Nuñal, S. M. S Santander-De Leon, H. Wei, A. A. Regal, T. Yoshikawa, S. Okunishi, H. Maeda .  Hydrocarbon Degradation and Bacterial Community Responses During Remediation of Sediment Artificially Contaminated with Heavy Oil .  Biocontrol Science22 ( 4 ) 187 - 203   2017.12Hydrocarbon Degradation and Bacterial Community Responses During Remediation of Sediment Artificially Contaminated with Heavy OilReviewed

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  • S. Takenaka, T. Yoshikawa, S. Kadowaki, S. Okunishi, H. Maeda .  Microflora in the soft tissue of the pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas exposed to the harmful microalga Heterosigma akashiwo .  Biocontrol Science22 ( 2 ) 79 - 87   2017.6Microflora in the soft tissue of the pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas exposed to the harmful microalga Heterosigma akashiwoReviewed

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  • 樋口 能士, 今井 洋介, 森田 康敬, 奥西 将之 .  生物脱臭装置における栄養塩溶液の供給方式および供給条件がVOCガス処理性能に及ぼす影響 .  におい・かおり環境学会誌48 ( 1 ) 25 - 35   2017.1生物脱臭装置における栄養塩溶液の供給方式および供給条件がVOCガス処理性能に及ぼす影響

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    充填塔型生物脱臭装置を適切に維持・運転するためには、装置の充填層に適切な水分と栄養塩類が維持されている必要がある。本研究では、ガス状VOC(揮発性有機化合物)を処理対象とする生物脱臭装置で供給される栄養塩成分として窒素源に着目し、栄養塩溶液を多孔性PVF(Polyvinyl formal)担体充填層に浸漬供給する装置での塩化アンモニウムの物質移動過程を、モデル浸漬実験により推定した。また、実際の生物脱臭装置における最適な浸漬条件の検索、また浸漬方式と通常装置で適用される散布方式との間での装置性能の比較を目的に、VOCガスの処理実験を行った。その結果、浸漬方式での栄養塩供給は、散布方式と比較して疎水性ガスであるトルエンの除去に有効であった。また、栄養塩溶液から充填担体への物質移動については、含水率75%を境に、高含水率側では分子拡散が、低含水率側では水分移動に伴う移流が、それぞれ主要な物質移動推進力となっていた。ただし、低含水率の充填層に対する実際の栄養塩移動量は、水分移動量から推定される移動量よりも低くなる傾向にあった。浸漬頻度を上げると充填層に過剰な菌体増殖が生じる傾向にあり、その原因は窒素源よりも水分の過剰な存在にあると推察された。過剰な菌体増殖を抑制するためには、充填層の含水率が75%を下回る程度まで乾燥してから浸漬操作を実施すべきと考えられた。(著者抄録)

  • TAKENAKA SHINKURO, YOSHIKAWA TAKESHI, KADOWAKI SHUSAKU, OKUNISHI SUGURU, MAEDA HIROTO .  Microflora in the Soft Tissue of the Pacific Oyster <i>Crassostrea gigas</i> Exposed to the Harmful Microalga <i><i>Heterosigma akashiwo</i></i> .  Biocontrol Science22 ( 2 ) 79 - 87   2017

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    <p> A marine raphidophyte <i>Heterosigma akashiwo</i> is a causative agent of harmful microalgal blooms, which often cause the massive mortality of aquacultured finfish. In the present study, the Pacific oyster <i>Crassostrea gigas</i> was reared with <i>H. akashiwo</i>, and effect of the microalga on filter-feeding behavior and microflora of the gastrointestinal tract was investigated. The intake of the raphidophyte cells inhibited the molluscan filter-feeding activities, suggesting the negative physiological effect of the microalgal cell contents. However, the bivalves ingested the <i>H. akashiwo</i> cells to the same extent as the diatom <i>Chaetoceros calcitrans</i>, a non-harmful indicator to estimate the filtration rate, showing a continuation of their non-selective ingestion of the phytoplankton. Microflora of the oyster soft tissue was dominated by bacteria affiliated with the family <i>Rhodobacteraceae</i>, some of which are associated with microalgae. In addition, the Bacteroidetes species, in which algicidal bacteria are included, were also found in the bivalve individuals exposed to <i>H. akashiwo</i>. These results suggested that the ingested phytoplankton affected the microbial flora in the gastrointestinal tracts, some constituents of which helped the mollusc assimilate the ingested red tide phytoplankton. This study will provide beneficial information to clarify mechanisms by which the oyster evades the ichthyotoxicity of harmful microalgae and the participation of the intestinal microorganisms in these processes.</p>

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  • HIGUCHI Takashi, IMAI Yosuke, MORITA Yasutaka, OKUNISHI Suguru .  Influence of methods and conditions of nutrient solution supply on the performance of gaseous VOCs treatment in a biofiltration system .  Journal of Japan Association on Odor Environment48 ( 1 ) 25 - 35   2017

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    <p>In biofiltration systems for gaseous pollutants control, appropriate range of moisture and nutritious ingredients have to be maintained in a packed bed to obtain a stable performance. In this study, mass-transfer mechanisms of ammonium chloride in the biofiltration, which treats gaseous VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and which has the packed bed of porous PVF (polyvinyl formal) irrigated by soaking, were evaluated through a simplified soaking experiment focused on nitrogen source as the key constituent. And a series of experiments on biofiltration of gaseous VOCs was carried out for the following two purposes : to specify an optimal condition of soaking-irrigation, and to compare the performance between the system with soaking-irrigation and that with trickling-irrigation which is commonly applied. Results showed that soaking-irrigation was more effective than trickling-irrigation in removal of gaseous toluene, a hydrophobic component. With regarding 75% of moisture content of packed bed as the boundary value, molecular diffusion and irrigating-water advection were dominant mass-transfer mechanisms of nutritious materials in higher and lower moisture content, respectively. However, the amount of mass-transfer of nutritious material in lower moisture content tended to be lower than that is expected by the estimation under the amount of advection with water transfer. Excess frequency of soaking-irrigation led to excess biomass growth in the packed bed, and this is possibly derived not from excess nitrogen source but from water accumulation. Soaking-irrigation had better be conducted after that moisture content of packed bed is confirmed to be below 75%.</p>

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  • N. NUÑAL SHARON, SANTANDER-DE LEON SHEILA MAE S., HONGYI WEI, REGAL ADEL AMER, YOSHIKAWA TAKESHI, OKUNISHI SUGURU, MAEDA HIROTO .  Hydrocarbon Degradation and Bacterial Community Responses During Remediation of Sediment Artificially Contaminated with Heavy Oil .  Biocontrol Science22 ( 4 ) 187 - 203   2017

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    <p> Natural biodegradation of heavy oil in the marine environment can be accelerated by the addition of nutrients or seeding of pre-selected microorganisms. In this study, a microcosm experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of inorganic nutrient supplementation (biostimulation) and bacterial consortium amendment (bioaugmentation) on the natural degradative processes of artificially contaminated sediment. Our results revealed that the addition of nutrients had greater effect on remediation than the addition of bacterial cells. Supplementation of inorganic nutrients promoted and sustained the growth of oil-degrading and heterotrophic bacteria throughout the experimental period. Highest reduction in the total petroleum hydrocarbons, and of their components, <i>n</i>-alkanes, polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and alkyl PAHs, were obtained in the biostimulated microcosms. Changes in the bacterial community were monitored by the PCR-DGGE (polymerase chain reaction-denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis) method targeting the 16S rDNA gene. Results revealed different responses of the bacterial community to the addition of heavy oil and remediation agents. Shifts in the bacterial communities in the seawater were more dynamic than in the sediment. Results of this study showed that addition of remediation agents significantly enhanced the natural biodegradation of heavy oil in a sediment-seawater microcosm trial.</p>

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  • Influence of methods and conditions of nutrient solution supply on the performance of gaseous VOCs treatment in a biofiltration system .    48 ( 1 ) 25 - 35   2016.12Influence of methods and conditions of nutrient solution supply on the performance of gaseous VOCs treatment in a biofiltration systemReviewed

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  • Hongyi Wei, Suguru Okunishi, Takeshi Yoshikawa Yuto Kamei, Mahmoud A. O. Dawwoda, Sheila Mae S Santander-De Leon, Sharon Nonato Nuñal, Hiroto Maeda .  Synergistic effect of photosynthetic bacteria and isolated bacteria in their antifungal activities on root rot fungi .  Biocontrol Science21 ( 3 ) 173 - 177   2016.9Synergistic effect of photosynthetic bacteria and isolated bacteria in their antifungal activities on root rot fungiReviewed

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  • Sheila Mae S Santander-de Leon, Wolfgang Reichardt, Shielameh Peralta-Milan, Maria Lourdes San Diego-McGlone, Sharon Nonato Nunal, Hongyi Wei, Takeshi Yoshikawa, Suguru OKunishi, Hiroto Maeda .  Bacterial community composition of sediments from a milkfish Chanos chanos Forsskal farm .  Aquaculture Research47   2569 - 2581   2016.4Bacterial community composition of sediments from a milkfish Chanos chanos Forsskal farmReviewed

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  • Hongyi Wei, Suguru Okunishi, Takeshi Yoshikawa, Yuto Kamei, Hiroto Maeda .  Isolation and characterization of a purple non-sulfur photosynthetic bacterium Rhodopseudomonas faecalis strain A from swine sewage wastewater. Biocontrol Science .  Biocontrol Science21 ( 1 ) 29 - 36   2016.4Isolation and characterization of a purple non-sulfur photosynthetic bacterium Rhodopseudomonas faecalis strain A from swine sewage wastewater. Biocontrol ScienceReviewed

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  • 堀英美子, 吉川毅,吉永拓真,冨吉亜也子,奥西将之,前田広人 .  葉緑体DNA遺伝子を標的とした定量PCRによる赤潮原因藻Chattonella marinaの定量化 .  日本防菌防黴学会誌43 ( 9 ) 401 - 406   2015.9葉緑体DNA遺伝子を標的とした定量PCRによる赤潮原因藻Chattonella marinaの定量化Reviewed

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  • Sheila Mae S. Santander-De Leon, Okunishi Suguru, Kihira Masaki, Nakano Miyo, Sharon N. Nunal, Hidaka Masayasu, Yoshikawa Takeshi, Maeda Hiroto .  Characterization of the Bacterial Community in the Sediment of Brackish Lake with Oyster Aquaculture .  Biocontrol Science18 ( 1 ) 29 - 40   2013.4Characterization of the Bacterial Community in the Sediment of Brackish Lake with Oyster AquacultureReviewed

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  • Sheila Mae S. Santander-De Leon, Okunishi Suguru, Kihira Masaki, Nakano Miyo, Sharon N. Nuñal, Hidaka Masayasu, Yoshikawa Takeshi and Maeda Hiroto .  Effect of Magnesium Peroxide Biostimulation of Fish Feed-loaded Marine Sediments on Changes in the Bacterial Community .  Biocontrol Science18 ( 1 ) 41 - 51   2013.4Effect of Magnesium Peroxide Biostimulation of Fish Feed-loaded Marine Sediments on Changes in the Bacterial CommunityReviewed

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  • Okunishi Suguru, Morita Yasutaka, Higuchi Takashi, Maeda Hiroto, Katsuji Nishi .  Transformation of Microflora during Degradation of Gaseous Toluene in a Biofilter detected using PCR-DGGE. .  Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association62 ( 7 ) 748 - 757   2012.7Transformation of Microflora during Degradation of Gaseous Toluene in a Biofilter detected using PCR-DGGE. Reviewed

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  • Morita Yasutaka, Okunishi Suguru, Higuchi Takashi and Nakajima Jun .  Optimizing nutrient supply in a rotatory-switching biofilter for toluene vapor treatment .  Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association62 ( 4 ) 451 - 460   2012.4Optimizing nutrient supply in a rotatory-switching biofilter for toluene vapor treatmentReviewed

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  • 加藤進, 奥西将之, 紀平征希, 小林康志, 大原興太郎 .  伊賀市菜の花プロジェクトを通じた地域活性化について-交流効果額の推定法- .  環境技術41 ( 3 ) 38 - 44   2012.4伊賀市菜の花プロジェクトを通じた地域活性化について-交流効果額の推定法-Reviewed

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  • Morita Yasutaka, Okunishi Suguru, Higuchi Takashi, Nakajima Jun .  Enhancing toluene removal in a rotatory-switching biofilter by optimizing nutrient additions .  Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control   167 - 174   2011.9Enhancing toluene removal in a rotatory-switching biofilter by optimizing nutrient additions

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  • Iehata Shunpei, Inagaki Tadashi, Okunishi Suguru, Nakano Miyo, Tanaka Reiji and Maeda Hiroto .  Improved gut environment of abalone Haliotis gigantea through Pediococcus sp. Ab1 treatment .  Aquaculture305 ( 1-4 ) 59 - 65   2010.9Improved gut environment of abalone Haliotis gigantea through Pediococcus sp. Ab1 treatmentReviewed

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  • Nakano Miyo, Inagaki Tadashi, Okunishi Suguru, Tanaka Reiji and Maeda Hiroto .  Effect of salinity on denitrification under limited single carbon source by Marinobacter sp. isolated from marine sediment .  Journal of Basic Microbiology50 ( 3 ) 285 - 289   2010.6Effect of salinity on denitrification under limited single carbon source by Marinobacter sp. isolated from marine sedimentReviewed

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  • 加藤進, 稲垣直史, 奥西将之, 粟冠真紀子, 山本好男, 前田広人 .  固定化微生物担体を用いたBDF洗浄排水中の油分の連続分解の試み .  環境技術39 ( 5 ) 308 - 312   2010.5固定化微生物担体を用いたBDF洗浄排水中の油分の連続分解の試みReviewed

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  • Nakano Miyo, Okunishi Suguru, Tanaka Reiji and Maeda Hiroto .  Denitrifying activity and homologous enzyme analysis of Alcanivorax dieselolei strain N1203 .  Biocontrol Science14 ( 3 ) 97 - 105   2009.9Denitrifying activity and homologous enzyme analysis of Alcanivorax dieselolei strain N1203Reviewed

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  • Iehata Shunpei, Inagaki Tadashi, Okunishi Suguru, Nakano Miyo, Tanaka Reiji and Maeda Hiroto .  Colonization and probiotic effects of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) in the gut of the abalone Haliotis gigantean .  Fishries Science75 ( 5 ) 1285 - 1293   2009.9Colonization and probiotic effects of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) in the gut of the abalone Haliotis giganteanReviewed

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  • 前田広人,池田俊之,田岡洋介,奥西将之,日高正康,Crispino Saclauso .  紫外線による赤潮防除に関する研究 .  日本海水学会60 ( 4 ) 275 - 278   2006.8紫外線による赤潮防除に関する研究Reviewed

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  • Mano Hironobu, Tanaka Fumiko, Watanabe Asuka, Kaga Hiroko, Okunishi Suguru and Morisaki Hisao .  The Surface and Endophytic Culturable Bacterial Flora of the Maturing Seeds of Rice Plants (Oryza sativa) Cultivated in a Paddy Field .  Microbes and Environments21 ( 2 ) 86 - 100   2006.6The Surface and Endophytic Culturable Bacterial Flora of the Maturing Seeds of Rice Plants (Oryza sativa) Cultivated in a Paddy FieldReviewed

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Books

  • バイオフィルム入門

    森崎久雄、岩淵範之、磯部賢治、菊池靖志、奥西将之、紙野圭、松山東平( Role: Joint author ,  環境中のバイオフィルム–ヨシの茎表面に形成されるバイオフィルムを中心に–)

    日科技連出版社  2005.10 

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  • 川田 宏之, 合田 学剛, 藤田 八束, 松山 弘幸, 前田 広人, 奥西 将之, 寺田 厚, 藤澤 倫彦, 柿内 梨那, 中馬 猛久   食鳥肉の細菌汚染に対する食品添加物殺菌料 亜塩素酸水の有効性  

    日本カンピロバクター研究会総会抄録集  2019.9  日本カンピロバクター研究会

  • 松山 弘幸, 久保 貴大, 川田 宏之, 前田 広人, 奥西 将之, 寺田 厚, 藤澤 倫彦, 合田 学剛, 藤田 八束, 柿内 梨那, 中馬 猛久   食鳥肉のカンピロバクター属菌(C.jejuni/coli)汚染低減策としての化学的殺菌処理(食品添加物殺菌料 亜塩素酸水)による有効性確認試験  

    日本カンピロバクター研究会総会抄録集  2018.12  日本カンピロバクター研究会