Updated on 2021/10/14

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YABUTA Shin
 
Organization
Research Field in Agriculture, Agriculture, Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine Area Faculty of Agriculture Senior Assistant Professor
Title
Senior Assistant Professor

Degree

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Science ( 2012.3   Kagoshima University )

Research Interests

  • Plant physiology

  • Biomass

  • Tropical crop

Education

  • Kagoshima University

    2009.4 - 2012.3

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    Country: Japan

Research History

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

    2016.8

 

Papers

  • Goto K. .  Response of leaf water potential, stomatal conductance and chlorophyll content under different levels of soil water, air vapor pressure deficit and solar radiation in chili pepper (Capsicum chinense) .  Scientia Horticulturae281   2021.4

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.scienta.2021.109943

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  • Khanthavong P. .  Root response to soil water status via interaction of crop genotype and environment .  Agronomy11 ( 4 )   2021.4

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    DOI: 10.3390/agronomy11040708

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  • Nurrahma A.H.I. .  Analysis of non-structural carbohydrate in relation with shoot elongation of rice under complete submergence .  Sustainability (Switzerland)13 ( 2 ) 1 - 11   2021.1

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    DOI: 10.3390/su13020670

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  • Khanthavong Phanthasin, Yabuta Shin, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Root response to various soil water status via interaction of crop genotype and environment .  日本作物学会講演会要旨集251 ( 0 ) 106 - 106   2021

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.251.0_106

  • Nurrahma Arinal H. I., Goto Keita, Yabuta Shin, Junaedi Ahmad, Kojima Mikiko, Takebayashi Yumiko, Sakakibara Hitoshi, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Plant hormone regulation between <i>Sub1A</i> and non-<i>Sub1A</i> rice genotype during temporary submergence .  日本作物学会講演会要旨集251 ( 0 ) 102 - 102   2021

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.251.0_102

  • Izzawati Nurrahma A.H. .  Characterizing the photosynthetic ability of the submergence-tolerant rice variety of Inpari30 via maximum quantum yield performance during transient flooding stress and recovery .  Australian Journal of Crop Science15 ( 1 ) 107 - 113   2021

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    DOI: 10.21475/ajcs.21.15.01.2889

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  • Tamaru Shotaro, Yabuta Shin, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  The effect of radial oxygen loss and oxygen consumption of rice root to 0.1% agar solution .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ251 ( 0 ) 139 - 139   2021

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.251.0_139

  • Goto Keita, Yabuta Shin, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Changes in leaf chlorophyll content, chlorophyll a/b ratio and leaf area corresponded to different level of soil moisture status and incident light energy .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ251 ( 0 ) 162 - 162   2021

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.251.0_162

  • Nakao Yoshihiro, Tamaru Shotaro, Yabuta Shin, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Study of the Vitality of Primed Rice Seed in Extremely Dry Soil Conditions .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ251 ( 0 ) 103 - 103   2021

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.251.0_103

  • Widuri L.I. .  Short-term drought exposure decelerated growth and photosynthetic activities in chili pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) .  Annals of Agricultural Sciences65 ( 2 ) 149 - 158   2020.12

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.aoas.2020.09.002

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  • Nakabaru M. .  Responses of leaf gas exchange rate to acute soil drying in Jatropha curcas L .  Plant Production Science23 ( 3 ) 333 - 342   2020.7

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    DOI: 10.1080/1343943X.2020.1730699

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  • Mai Nakabaru,Dinh T. Hoang,Kenta Watanabe,Hiroo Takaragawa,Shin Yabuta,Masami Ueno &Yoshinobu Kawamitsu .  Responses of leaf gas exchange rate to acute soil drying in Jatropha curcas L. .  Plant Production Science23 ( 3 )   2020.2Responses of leaf gas exchange rate to acute soil drying in Jatropha curcas L.Reviewed

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  • Sakagami J.I. .  Plant adaptations to anaerobic stress caused by flooding .  IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science418 ( 1 )   2020.1

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    DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/418/1/012080

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  • Kartika K. .  Morpho-Physiological Response of Oryza glaberrima to Gradual Soil Drying .  Rice Science27 ( 1 ) 67 - 74   2020.1

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.rsci.2019.12.007

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  • Nurrahma Arinal Haq Izzawati, Yabuta Shin, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Starch and sugar as source of reserved carbohydrates on rice with different mechanism toward submergence .  日本作物学会講演会要旨集249 ( 0 ) 102 - 102   2020

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.249.0_102

  • Tamaru Shotaro, Yabuta Shin, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Anaerobic response of lysigenous aerenchyma and size of tissue in rice seminal root .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ249 ( 0 ) 111 - 111   2020

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.249.0_111

  • Minami Sayaka, Yabuta Shin, Tominaga Katsuhiro, Yamamoto Yuuna, Nakanouchi Akiko, Iki Kayo, Ishikawa Daitaro, Ishiguro Etsuji, Hakoyama Susumu .  The Crop Productivity of Cassava (<i>Manihot esculenta</i> Crantz) in Kagoshima, Prevailing a Temperate Zone in East Asia I. Growth, Dry Matter Production and Yield .  Japanese Journal of Crop Science89 ( 4 ) 277 - 284   2020

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    <p>Cassava (<i>Manihot esculenta</i> Crantz) is highly productive in the tropics and sub-tropics, including marginal conditions. A high starch content cultivar IAC-576-70, selected at the Instituto Agronômico de Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil, was grown in a field in Kagoshima Prefecture during cropping seasons from 2007 to 2009, to determine its capability as a biomass source even in a temperate region of southwest Japan. At the experimental site, the annual mean temperature was 18.3°C with several incidences of frost in winter and annual mean rainfall of 2280 mm (for years from 1971 to 2000). Under these conditions, cassava grew for 8 months from late April to mid-December, and produced a total dry weight of 1793 g m<sup>–2</sup>, tuberous root dry yield of 524 g m<sup>–2</sup> and tuberous root fresh yield of 2000 g m<sup>–2</sup>. The yield in Kagoshima was equivalent to that at 8 months after planting in tropical regions.</p>

    DOI: 10.1626/jcs.89.277

  • Siaga, Erna; Sakagami, Jun-Ichi; Lakitan, Benyamin; Yabuta, Shin; Hasbi, Hasbi; Bernas, Siti Masreah; Kartika, Kartika; Widuri, Laily Ilman .  Morpho-physiological responses of chili peppers ('Capsicum annuum') to short-term exposure of water-saturated rhizosphere .  Australian Journal of Crop Science13 ( 11 )   2019.11Morpho-physiological responses of chili peppers ('Capsicum annuum') to short-term exposure of water-saturated rhizosphereReviewed

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  • Siaga E. .  Morpho-physiological responses of chili peppers (Capsicum annuum) to short-term exposure of water-saturated rhizosphere .  Australian Journal of Crop Science13 ( 11 ) 1865 - 1872   2019.11

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    DOI: 10.21475/ajcs.19.13.11.p2046

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  • Takafumi Konaka ,Shin Yabuta ,Charles Mazereku ,Yoshinobu Kawamitsu ,Hisashi Tsujimoto ,Masami Ueno and Kinya Akashi .  Use of Carbonized Fallen Leaves of Jatropha Curcas L. as a Soil Conditioner for Acidic and Undernourished Soil .  Agronomy9 ( 5 )   2019.5Use of Carbonized Fallen Leaves of Jatropha Curcas L. as a Soil Conditioner for Acidic and Undernourished SoilReviewed

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  • Konaka T. .  Use of carbonized fallen leaves of Jatropha curcas L. As a soil conditioner for acidic and undernourished soil .  Agronomy9 ( 5 )   2019.5

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    DOI: 10.3390/agronomy9050236

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  • Nurrahma Arinal Haq Izzawati, Yabuta Shin, Junaedi Ahmad, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Photosynthetic rates of rice with contrast mechanism during complete submergence followed by reaeration condition .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ247 ( 0 )   2019

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.247.0_30

  • Choi Ju-Young, Nurrahma Arinal H.I., Iwata Yukiko, Nakao Yoshihiro, Yabuta Shin, Roy Swapan Kummer, Kwon Soo-Jeong, Woo Sun-Hee, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Morpho-physiological response of flooding stress at different growth stages of Common Buckwheat ( <i>Fagopyrum esculentum</i> ) .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ247 ( 0 )   2019

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.247.0_52

  • Tamaru Shotaro, Yabuta Shin, Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  The effect of leaf thickness on the correlation with chlorophyll content and SPAD value .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ248 ( 0 ) 115 - 115   2019

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  • Yabuta Shin, Nakao Yoshihiro, Nurrahma Arinal H.I., Sakagami Jun-Ichi .  Effect on the Change of Green Leaf Area at Ripening period on Yield and its component of NERICA4 .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ247 ( 0 )   2019

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    DOI: 10.14829/jcsproc.247.0_71

  • sakagami junichi, komori kenta, nakao yoshihiro, Nurrahma Arinal Haq Izzawati, nagata taijiro, yabuta shin .  Can topping reduces injury of typhoon in sugarcane .  Abstracts of Meeting of the CSSJ247 ( 0 )   2019

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  • Effect of Sowing Time on Growth and Yield Characteristics of Six Commercial Sunflower Cultivars in Okinawa .    87 ( 3 ) 223 - 232   2018.7Effect of Sowing Time on Growth and Yield Characteristics of Six Commercial Sunflower Cultivars in Okinawa Reviewed

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  • Ishimoto Yudai, Yabuta Shin, Kgokong Sylvia, Motsepe Marea, Tominaga Jun, Teramoto Sayuri, Konaka Takafumi, Mmopelwa Gagoitseope, Kawamitsu Yoshinobu, Akashi Kinya, Ueno Masami .  Environmental evaluation with greenhouse gas emissions and absorption based on life cycle assessment for a Jatropha cultivation system in frost- and drought-prone regions of Botswana. .  BIOMASS & BIOENERGY110   33 - 40   2018.3Environmental evaluation with greenhouse gas emissions and absorption based on life cycle assessment for a Jatropha cultivation system in frost- and drought-prone regions of Botswana.Reviewed

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  • Ishimoto Y. .  Environmental evaluation with greenhouse gas emissions and absorption based on life cycle assessment for a Jatropha cultivation system in frost- and drought-prone regions of Botswana .  Biomass and Bioenergy110   33 - 40   2018.3

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.biombioe.2017.12.026

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  • WATANABE Kenta, YABUTA Shin, NAKABARU Mai, KAWAMITSU Yoshinobu .  Effects of Shading on the Frost Damage and Photosynthesis of <i>Jatropha curcas</i> L. in Gaborone, Botswana .  Tropical Agriculture and Development62 ( 4 ) 158 - 166   2018

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    <p>Jatropha (<i>Jatropha curcas</i> L.) is well-adapted to arid areas and thus has been recognized as a new energy crop for bio-diesel production in Africa. Low temperatures due to radiative cooling effects are known to cause frost damage to jatropha and this is an important limiting factor of its cultivation in Gaborone, Botswana. To mitigate heat loss at night and rapid increments of light intensity and air temperature after dawn, shading screens were applied to field-grown jatropha. Then, the protection effects and the photosynthesis after being damaged by frost were examined. Cold waves severely damaged branches and leaves of jatropha trees; however, this damage was greatly alleviated by the shading treatments. Without shading, nearly half of the branches showed blackened apexes and most of the leaves had fallen off, while only a few branches were damaged and a number of leaves were maintained in the shading plots. The number of inflorescences was also higher in these plots though it was investigated earlier than the flowering period, therefore further observation is surely necessary. Photosynthesis measurements suggested that shading significantly reduced CO<sub>2</sub> assimilation and transpiration rates of jatropha leaves due to the limited sunlight, yet the shaded leaves properly functioned in response to changing light intensity. From these results, it was concluded that shading was an effective technique to protect jatropha branches and leaves from frost damage, which may have further improved inflorescence formation as well. Shading screens need to be removed after winter to increase light availability and enhance photosynthetic ability.</p>

    DOI: 10.11248/jsta.62.158

  • Takaragawa Hiroo, Yabuta Shin, Watanabe Kenta, Kawamitsu Yoshinobu .  Effect of Sowing Time on Growth and Yield Characteristics of Six Commercial Sunflower Cultivars in Okinawa .  Japanese Journal of Crop Science87 ( 3 ) 223 - 232   2018

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    <p>Sunflower has been cultivated as a decorative plant in subtropical Okinawa; however, the optimal sowing time and suitable cultivar for oil production have not yet been determined. In this study, six cultivars were grown in four seasons and the growth and yield characteristics were examined to determine the optimal sowing time and suitable cultivar in the region. The effective accumulated temperature from emergence to flowering was 1000–1100°C, and some cultivars showed lower values under short day conditions in autumn and winter sowings. Sunflower can be grown year round in Okinawa because the temperature in winter is above 10°C. However, it is important to consider lodging due to typhoons during the seed harvesting season in sunflower sown in spring or summer (July–October). The results revealed that high growth rates before and after flowering were important for obtaining high yields in sunflower sown in autumn and winter; however, the yield was lowered by decreased biomass at flowering and reduced number of seeds caused by high temperatures in spring and summer. Therefore, the optimum sowing time to harvest sunflower seed for oil production was considered to be from the beginning of October to the beginning of February. By using cultivars that are photosensitive and have a high growth rate after flowering, a high seed yield of 300 kg 10 a<sup>−1</sup> and high oil yield of 110 kg 10 a<sup>−1</sup> could be obtained.</p>

    DOI: 10.1626/jcs.87.223

  • Suwa Ryuichi, Tajima Hironori, Gima Shinichi, Uehara Naoko, Watanabe Kenta, Yabuta Shin, Tominaga Jun, Kawamitsu Yoshinobu .  Polyphenol Production in <i>Peucedanum japonicum</i> Thunb. varies with Soil Type and Growth Stage .  The Horticulture Journal87 ( 3 ) 382 - 388   2018

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    <p>In Japan, several plant species have high commercial value because of their functional properties. In this study, we aimed to investigate the effects of soil type (red, dark-red, and gray soil) and growth stage (vegetative and reproductive) on the growth and polyphenol production (chlorogenic acid, rutin, hesperidin, and diosmin) of <i>P. japonicum</i>. Plants grown in gray soil had the heaviest dry weight, followed by those grown in dark-red soil. Flowering plants grown in gray soil had a polyphenol concentration lower than those grown in the other two soil types. However, differences in the concentration of polyphenols were even larger between the growth stages. During the flowering period, the concentration of polyphenols sharply increased in the stems. Additionally, the flowers contained relatively similar amounts of polyphenols to stems and leaves, accounting for approximately 1/4–1/2 of the net amount in the plant.</p>

    DOI: 10.2503/hortj.OKD-069

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  • The effects of BA (6-Benzyladenine) treatment on seed production and its components of Jatropha curcas L. .    10 ( 2 ) 51 - 56   2017.9The effects of BA (6-Benzyladenine) treatment on seed production and its components of Jatropha curcas L.Reviewed

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  • Watanabe K. .  Effects of Different Kinds of Potassium and Chloride Salts on Sugarcane Quality and Photosynthesis .  Sugar Tech19 ( 4 ) 378 - 385   2017.8

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    DOI: 10.1007/s12355-016-0486-2

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  • Yudai Ichimoto, Sylivia Kgokong, Shin Yabuta, Jun Tominaga, Tidimalo Coetzee, Takafumi Konaka, Charles Mazereku, Yoshinobu Kawamitsu and Kinya Aashi .  Flowering pattern of biodiesel plant Jatropha in frost- and drought-prone regions of Botswana. .  International Journal of Green Energy 14 ( 11 ) 908 - 915   2017.7Flowering pattern of biodiesel plant Jatropha in frost- and drought-prone regions of Botswana.Reviewed

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  • TAKARAGAWA Hiroo, YABUTA Shin, WATANABE Kenta, KAWAMITSU Yoshinobu .  Effects of Application of Bagasse- and Sunflower Residue-derived Biochar to Soil on Growth and Yield of Oilseed Sunflower .  熱帯農業61 ( 1 ) 32 - 39   2017

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    <p>Oilseed sunflower (<i>Helianthus annuus</i> L.) has a lower seed yield and harvest index than other oil crops, and consequently produces a large amount of residue such as stem, receptacle, and oil cake. Our study attempted to use these residues as biochar for improving soil fertility, sunflower growth, and yield in subtropical island, Okinawa, Japan. To reveal the synergistic effect of biochar and inorganic fertilizer, we established four treatments: biochar (B), biochar + fertilizer (BF), fertilizer (F), and control, using biochar derived from bagasse (Exp. 1) and sunflower residue (Exp. 2). As a result, biochar application improved soil fertility, including soil electrical conductivity and mineral concentration. In spite of the initial positive effect of biochar application to plant growth this effect became negative later. The reason for this response might be the reduction of the net assimilation rate (NAR) during the later growth stage due to nitrogen deficiency after biochar application. Biochar application had a positive effect on sunflower growth during the early growth stage when the leaf area index (LAI) was dominant for the crop growth rate (CGR), while this effect became negative during the later growth stage when the NAR was dominant for the CGR. Further research is required to determine the effects of biochar application depending upon application methods, plant growth stages, and plant species.</p>

    DOI: 10.11248/jsta.61.32

  • YABUTA Shin, TOMINAGA Jun, KAWASAKI Shun-ichiro, JAIPHONG Thanankorn, WATANABE Kenta, UENO Masami, KAWAMITSU Yoshinobu .  The effects of BA (6-Benzyladenine) Treatment on Seed Production and its Components of <i>Jatropha curcas</i> L. .  Research for Tropical Agriculture10 ( 2 ) 51 - 56   2017

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    <p>Jatropha (<i>Jatropha curcas</i> L.) has been widely introduced to the Tropics and Subtropics as an energy crop because it can be grown in the dry climate and in various soils without competing with food production due to its toxicity. Foliar application of BA (6-Benzyladenine) may increase the yield through enhancing the number of the fruit. However, too much fruit may also cause fruit drop and shortening of harvest due to exhaustion. This study investigated the effects of BA on the seed yield throughout the harvest season. 120 one year old cuttings were transplanted to the field on April 24, 2013, and 72 plants were treated with BA on September 6 when the first flowers appeared. The flowering percentage, the number of flower sets and fruit bunches were counted from the 9th day before the treatment started to the 148th day after starting the treatment (DAT). The number of fruit was counted on 69 DAT. Harvesting was started from 82 DAT, and the characteristics of the seeds were analyzed. The BA treatment reduced the number of fruit bunches towards the later harvest time by restricting the second and third flower set initiations. However, the number of fruit was greater in the BA treatment mostly due to the increased number of fruits for the first bunch. As a result, seed yield was higher in the BA treatment (44.0g plant <sup>-1</sup>) than in the control group (38.6g plant <sup>-1</sup>). As a further improvement of the yield would be expected through increasing the fruit bunches, the method of application should be tested.</p>

    DOI: 10.11248/nettai.10.51

  • Shin Yabuta .  Study on Photoperiodic Response of Rice .      2012.3Study on Photoperiodic Response of Rice

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