(Last updated : 2022-12-09 16:58:36)
  Iwamoto Akitoshi
   Kanagawa University  Faculty of Science Department of Science
   Kanagawa University Graduate School  Graduate School of Science Course of Science (Field of Biological Sciences)
■ Present specialized field
Plant Morphology,Plant Physiology (Key Word:Plant Morphology, Floral development, Shoot organization, Root growth) 
■ Book and Papers
1. Papers Measurement of mechanical forces on floral meristem inducing morphological changes of floral development in Arabidopsis thaliana  (Single)  2021/05
2. Papers Floral development reveals the existence of a fifth staminode on the labellum of basal Globbeae  (Collaboration)  2020/06 Link
3. Papers Quantitative analysis of chromosome polytenization in synthetic autopolyploids of Arabidopsis thaliana  (Collaboration)  2020/06
4. Papers Mathematical model studies of the comprehensive generation of major and minor phyllotactic patterns in plants with a predominant focus on orixate phyllotaxis  (Collaboration)  2019
5. Papers Floral development of petaloid Alismatales as an insight into the origin of the trimerous Bauplan in the flower of the Monocots  (Collaboration)  2018/05
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2017/07/28 Forces in flower ontogeny (XIX International Botanical Congress)
2. 2017/07/25 Floral development of petaloid Alismatales as a clue to the origin of the trimerous pentacyclic flower of the Monocots (XIX International Botanical Congress)
3. 2017/07/23 The effect of mechanical force on the floral development of Arabidopsis thaliana (XIX International Botanical Congress)
4. 2016/09/17 Floral development in Ceratophyllum demersum: Influence of mechanical force in phyllotactic patterns (JPR International Symposium)
5. 2015/03/16 Kinematic analysis and mathematical modeling of the effects of aluminum on root Growth in Arabidopsis thaliana
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■ Belonging society
1. 2003/04~ Botanical Society of America
2. 2002/04~ Botanical Society of Japan Link
3. 2020/01~ ∟ Editor, Journal of Plant Research
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