Staff_Department of Plant Ecology




“ogasa”

Dr Mayumi Y. OGASA


Position: Researcher, Ecophysiology Laboratory


Mail Address: mayumiogasa atmark ffpri.affrc.go.jp


Research Subjects: Plant Physiological Ecology; Wood Anatomy; Xylem water transport


Selected Publications:

  1. Ogasa M.Y., Utsumi Y., Miki N.H., Yazaki K., Fukuda K. (in press) Cutting stems before relaxing xylem tension induces artefacts in Vitis coignetiae, as evidenced by magnetic resonance imaging. Plant, Cell and Environment. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12617
  2. Yazaki K., Kuroda K., Nakano T., Kitao M., Tobita H., Ogasa M.Y., Ishida A. (2015) Recovery of physiological traits in saplings of invasive Bischofia tree compared with three species native to the Bonin Islands under successive drought and irrigation cycles. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0135117. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135117
  3. Fukuda, K., Kawaguchi, D., Aihara, T., Ogasa, M.Y., Miki, N.H., Umebayashi, T. (in press) Vulnerability to cavitation differs between current-year and older xylem: nondestructive observation with a compact MRI of two deciduous diffuse-porous species. Plant, Cell and Environment. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12510
  4. Tanaka-Oda, A., Ogasa, M.Y., Kenzo, T., Fukuda, K. (2015) Relationship between drought tolerance and susceptibility of photoinhibiton in three deciduous wood species. Tree and Forest Health 19:29-36 (in Japanese)
  5. Ogasa, M.Y., Miki, N.H., Yoshikawa, K. (2014) Acclimation of water transport property to different irradiance in evergreen Quercus glauca and Eurya japonica seedlings. Applied Forest Science 23:23-31 (in Japanese)
  6. Ogasa, M., Miki, N.H., Okamoto, M., Yamanaka, N., and Yoshikawa, K. (2014) Water loss regulation to soil drought associated with xylem vulnerability to cavitation in temperate ring-porous and diffuse-porous tree seedlings. Trees 28:461-469. DOI: 10.1007/s00468-013-0963-0
  7. Ogasa, M., Miki, N.H., Murakami, Y. and Yoshikawa, K. (2013) Recovery performance in xylem hydraulic conductivity is correlated with cavitation resistance for temperate deciduous tree species. Tree Physiology 33:335-344. DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpt010
  8. Ogasa, M., Miki, N. and Yoshikawa, K. (2010) Changes of hydraulic conductivity during dehydration and rehydration in Quercus serrata Thunb. and Betula platyphylla var. japonica Hara: the effect of xylem structures. Tree Physiology 30:608−617. DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpq011

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