Takeshi Naganuma

Last Updated :2017/09/01

Affiliations, Positions
Office ofIndustry-Academia-Government and Community Collaboration, Professor
Web Site
E-mail
taknhiroshima-u.ac.jp
Other Contact Details
1-4-4, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
TEL : (+81)82-424-7986 FAX : (+81)82-424-7916

Basic Information

Educational Backgrounds

  • University of Tsukuba, Graduate School, Division of Bioresearch, Japan, 1984/04, 1989/03

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Science, University of Tsukuba

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Integrated Ecoscience

Research Fields

  • Biology;Basic biology;Biodiversity / Systematics

Research Keywords

  • deep-sea
  • Antarctica
  • deserts
  • space
  • extreme environment

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management Society, 1995
  • Japanese Society for Marine Biotechnology , 1996
  • American Geophysical Union, 1997
  • Society for General Microbiology, 1997
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1995, 2004
  • American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, 1993
  • American Society for Microbiology, 1991
  • Japanese Society of Microbial Ecology, 1989
  • The Oceanographic Society of Japan, 1984

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Research for Academic Degree Dissertation
  2. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Exercises in Assessment of Environmental Dynamics (A)
  3. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Exercises in Assessment of Environmental Dynamics (A)
  4. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Exercises in Assessment of Environmental Dynamics (B)
  5. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Exercises in Assessment of Environmental Dynamics (B)
  6. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Practice in Assessment of Environmental Dynamics
  7. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Introduction to marine ecosystem dynamics
  8. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Marine ecosystem dynamics
  9. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Interdisciplinary Seminars(A)
  10. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Interdisciplinary Seminars(B)

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Population growth rate of bacterioplankton community in a bog, Matsumi-Ike, Japan, Archivs fur Hydrobiologie, 104, 543-556, 19850101
  2. Salinity effect on the growth rate of bacterioplankton in the Teshio River estuary during winter, La Mer, 25, 175-183, 19870301
  3. Population growth rate of bacterioplankton community in a bog, Doh-Hoh-Numa Bog, Japan, Archivs fur Hydrobiologie, 111, 519-531, 19880201
  4. Effect of rapid oligotrphication by an aquatic treatment pilot plant on the microbial community of a mestotrophic bog. IV. Effect on the bacterioplankton community, Water= Air= and Soil pollution, 42, 421-432, 19880401
  5. Abundance and growth rate of bacterioplankton community in hydrothermal plumes of the North Fiji Basin, Deep-Sea Research, 36, 1379-1390, 19890501
  6. Growth characteristics of Thiobacterium sp. from the plume of hydrothermal vents of the North Fiji Basin, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 54, 199-202, 19890601
  7. Vertical distribution of bacterial abundance in the Northwest Pacific Ocean, Journal of Oceanographic Society of Japan, 46, 107-110, 19900601
  8. Sulfur bacteria originating from the water and organisms in a hydrothermally active area of the Mid-Okinawa Trough, Journal of Oceanographic Society of Japan, 46, 111-117, 19900601
  9. Abundane and growth of bacterioplankton inside and ouside the hydrothermal plumes of the North Fiji Basin, La Mer, 29, 18-22, 19910401
  10. Immediate effect of freezing on the viability of a Bacillus strain isolated from deep-sea sediment, Bulletin of Japanese Society of Microbial Ecology., 7, 63-67, 19921101
  11. Characterization of agarolytic Microscilla isolates and their extracellular agarases, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 16, 183-190, 19930101
  12. Protoplasts of Gelidium robustum, Hydrobiologia, 260/261, 421-427, 19930501
  13. The ets multigene family is onserved throughout the Metazoa, Nucleic Acids Research, 21, 3479-3483, 19930601
  14. Abundance and production of bacterioplankton in a eutrophic gradient of Shimoda Bay, Journal of Oceanography, 49, 657-665, 19930601
  15. Extremely halotolerant Halomonas sp. isolated from a tar ball and its cellular fatty acid composition, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 1, 151-157, 19930801
  16. Cellular fatty acids of marine agarolytic gliding bacteria, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 17, 125-127, 19940201
  17. Microbial populations of hydrothermal fluid and plumes in the North Fiji Basin with reference to chemosynthesis, Marine Geology, 116, 243-253, 19940401
  18. Myogenesis in primary cell cultures from larvae of the abalone Haliotis rufescens, Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology, 3, 131-140, 19940601
  19. Acclimatization if cultured salmon cells to a high salinity, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 2, 227-229, 19950401
  20. Fossil worm tubes from the presumed cold-seep carbonates of the Miocene Hayama Group, central Miura Peninsula, Japan, Island Arc, 4, 199-208, 19950701
  21. In situ RT-PCR from the beta-tubulin within the abalone cells in primary cultures, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 4, 75-81, 19960101
  22. Biological community and sediment fatty acids associated with a deep-sea whale skeleton at the Torishima Seamount, Journal of Oceanography, 52, 1-15, 19960201
  23. Deep-sea hydrothermal vent microbiology, Science Journal KAGAKU (Iwanami Shoten Co.= Ltd.), 66(7), 492-499, 19960401
  24. Differential enumeration of intact and damaged marine planktonic bacteria based on cell membrane integrity, Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Health, 5, 217-222, 19960401
  25. In situ fluorescence PCR with cultured cells of chum salmon, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 3, 248-251, 19960701
  26. Photodegradation or photoalteration? Microbial assay of the effect of UV-B on dissolved organic matter, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 135, 309-310, 19960701
  27. The calanoid copepods: linking lower-higher trophic levels by linking lower-higher Reynolds numbers, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 136, 311-313, 19960801
  28. Intracellular occurrence of epsilon-Proteobacterial 16S rDNA sequences in the vestimentiferan trophiosome, Journal of Oceanography, 53, 193-197, 19970301
  29. Morphological diversity of the microbial population in a vestimentiferan tubeworm, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 5, 119-123, 19970301
  30. Photoreactivation of UV-induced damage to embryos of a planktonic copepod., Journal of Plankton Research, 19, 783-787, 19970401
  31. Abundance, production and viability of bacterioplankton in the Seto Inland Sea, Journal of Oceanography, 53, 435-442, 19970901
  32. Abundance and production of bacterioplankton along a transect of Ise Bay, Japan, Journal of Oceanography, 53, 579-583, 19971101
  33. Photoreactivation of UV-induced damage to embryos of a planktonic copepod, Journal of Plankton Research, 19, 783-787, 19971201
  34. Molecular distinction of two resemblant abalones, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 6, 59-61, 19980101
  35. Abundance of thraustochytrids in coastal plankton, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 162, 105-110, 19980601
  36. A hypothetical microbial consortium that stabilizes oxygen-gradient in chemosynthetic microenvironment, Supramolecular Science, 5, 439-443, 19980801
  37. A new, automatic hydrothermal fluid sampler using a shape memory alloy, Journal of Oceanography, 54, 241-246, 19980901
  38. Dive Europa: A search-for-life initiative, Biological Sciences in Space, 12, 126-130, 19980901
  39. Sea-floor fissures, biological communities and sediment faty acids of the Northern Okushiri Ridge, Japan Sea: Implications for possible methane seepage, Island Arc, 8, 232-244, 19990401
  40. Biomass of thraustochytrid protoctists in coastal water, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 189, 27-33, 19990401
  41. Effect of UV radiation on the bioavailability of marine diatom-derived low-molecular-weight dissolved organic matter, Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management, 3, 163-166, 20000401
  42. Pontential dietary effects on the fatty acid composition of the common jellyfish Aurelia Baurita, Marine Biology, 138, 1029-1035, 20010401
  43. Phylogenetic diversity of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxylase(RuBis CO)large subunit genes of deep-sea microorganisms., Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 67, 1751-1765, 20010401
  44. Phylogenetic diversity of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (RuBisCO) large subunit genes of deep-sea microorganisms, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 67, 1751-1765, 20010401
  45. Phylogenetic similarity of aerobic gram-negative halophilic bacteria from a deep-sea hydrothermal mound and Antarctic habitats, Polar Bioscience, 14, 1-9, 20010401
  46. Viable Cytophaga-like bacterium in the 0.2 um-filtrate seawater, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 24, in press, 20010401
  47. Phylogenetic diversity of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase large-subunit genes from deep-sea microorganisms, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 67(4), 1751-1765, 20010401
  48. Potential dietary effects on the fatty acid composition of the common jellyfish Aurelia aurita, Marine Biology, 138, 1029-1035, 20010501
  49. Potential dietary effects on the fatty acid composition of the common jellyfish Aurelia aurita, MARINE BIOLOGY, 138(5), 1029-1035, 20010501
  50. Apparent microfloral response to organic degradation on bathyal seafloor: an analysis based on sediment fatty acids, Marine Ecology, 22, 267-282, 20010801
  51. Thraustochytrids: a neglected agent of the marine microbial food chain, Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management, 4, 13-18, 20010801
  52. Coupling of thraustochytrids and POM, and of bacterio- and phytoplankton in a semi-enclosed coastal area: implication fir different substrate preference by the planktonic decomposers, Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 25, 293-300, 20010901
  53. Apparent microfloral response to organic degradation on bathyal seafloor: An analysis based on sediment fatty acids, MARINE ECOLOGY-PUBBLICAZIONI DELLA STAZIONE ZOOLOGICA DI NAPOLI I, 22(3), 267-282, 20010901
  54. Coupling of thraustochytrids and POM, and of bacterio- and phytoplankton in a semi-enclosed coastal area: implication for different substrate preference by the planktonic decomposers, AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY, 25(3), 293-300, 20010928
  55. Viable Cytophaga-like bacterium in the 0.2 mu m-filtrate seawater, SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, 24(4), 618-622, 20011201
  56. Analyses of 16S rRNA and RuBisCO large subunit genes from an abyssal low-temperature vent, Loihi Seamount, Hawaii, Cahiers de Biologie Marine, 43, 403-408, 20020401
  57. Morphological studies on the bathyal ascidian, Megalodicopia hians Oka 1918 (Octacnemidae, Phlebobranchia), with remarks on feeding and tunic morphology, Zoological Science, 19, 1181-1189, 20020401
  58. Geological and microbial anomalies at the extinct submarine volcano, Shiribeshi Seamount, in the eastern margin of Japan Sea, Island Arc, 11, 269-281, 20020401
  59. Abundance and viability of the groundwater microbial communities from a borehole in the Tono uranium deposit area, central Japan, Microbes and Environments, 17, 63-74, 20020401
  60. Molecular characterization and endosymbiotic localization of the gene encoding ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (RuBisCO) form II in the deep-sea vestimentiferan trophosome, Microbiology, 148, 1947-1957, 20020401
  61. Molecular characterization and endosymbiotic localization of the gene encoding D-ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase (RuBisCO) form II in the deep-sea vestimentiferan trophosome, MICROBIOLOGY-SGM, 148, 1947-1957, 20020602
  62. Morphological studies on the bathyal ascidian, Megalodicopia hians Oka 1918 (Octacnemidae, Phlebobranchia), with remarks on feeding and tunic morphology, ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 19(10), 1181-1189, 20021002
  63. Geological and microbial anomalies in the extinct submarine volcano, Shiribeshi Seamount, in the eastern margin of the Japan Sea, ISLAND ARC, 11(4), 274-286, 20021202
  64. Analyses of 16S rRNA and RuBisCO large subunit genes from an abyssal low-temperature vent, Loihi Seamount, Hawaii, CAHIERS DE BIOLOGIE MARINE, 43(42433.0), 403-408, 20021225
  65. Distribution of microorganisms in the subsurface of the manus basin hydrothermal vent field in Papua new guinea, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 69(1), 644-648, 20030103
  66. Endosymbiotic microflora of the vestimentiferan tubeworm, Lamellibrachia sp., from a bathyal cold seep, Marine Biotechnology, 5, 593-603, 20030401
  67. Ester-linked phospholipid fatty acids in marine sediments: testing the possibility of methane seepage in Japan Sea, 6, 397-408, 20030401
  68. Phylogenetic position of a deep-sea ascidian, Megalodicopia hians, inferred from the molecular data, Zoological Science, 20, 1243-1247, 20030401
  69. Strontium as a marker for estimation of microscopic growth rates in a bivalve, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 257, 295-301, 20030401
  70. Phylogenetic diversity of dissimilatory sulfite reductase genes from deep-sea cold seep sediment, Marine Biotechnology, 5, 458-468, 20030401
  71. Identification by HPLC-MS of carotenoids of the Thraustochytrium CHN-1 strain isolated from the Seto Inland Sea, Bioscience= Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 67, 884-888, 20030401
  72. Molecular characterization and in situ localization of endosymbiotic 16S rRNA and RuBisCO genes in the pogonophoran tissue, Marine Biotechnology, 5, 261-269, 20030401
  73. Distribution of microorganisms in the subsurface of the Manus Basin hydrothermal vent field, Papua New Guinea, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 69, 644-648, 20030401
  74. Molecular characterization and in situ localization of endosymbiotic 16S ribosomal RNA and RuBisCO genes in the pogonophoran tissue, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 5(3), 261-269, 20030601
  75. Strontium as a marker for estimation of microscopic growth rates in a bivalve, MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 257, 295-301, 20030807
  76. Phylogenetic diversity of dissimilatory sulfite reductase genes from deep-sea cold seep sediment, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 5(5), 458-468, 20031001
  77. Phylogenetic position of a deep-sea ascidian, Megalodicopia hians, inferred from the molecular data, ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 20(10), 1243-1247, 20031003
  78. Endosymbiotic microflora of the vestimentiferan tubeworm (Lamellibrachia sp.) from a bathyal cold seep, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 5(6), 593-603, 20031201
  79. Use of different methods for discovery of ice-entrapped microorganisms in ancient layers of the Antarctic glacier, SPACE LIFE SCIENCES: SEARCH FOR SIGNATURES OF LIFE, AND SPACE FLIGHT ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, 33(8), 1222-1230, 20040129
  80. Molecular analysis of deep-sea hydrothermal vent aerobic methanotrophs by targeting the genes of 16S rRNA and particulate methane monooxygenase, Marine Biotechnolog, 6(Special Issue), in press, 20040401
  81. Optimization of astaxanthin production by Thraustochytrium CHN-1through response surface analyses, Marine Biotechnology, 6, 20040401
  82. Pilot system for mass degradation of jellyfish by marine bacterial enzyme, Marine Biotechnology, 6, in press, 20040401
  83. Biological investigations of the Antarctic ice sheet: review, problems and projects, Polar Bioscience, 17, 106-116, 20040401
  84. Comparative phylogenetic analyses of Halomonas variabilis and related organisms based on 16S rRNA, gyrB and ectBC gene sequences, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 27, 323-333, 20040401
  85. Use of different methods for discovery of ice-entrapped microorganisms in ancient layers of the Antarctic glacier, Advances in Space Research, 33, 1222-1230, 20040401
  86. Molecular analysis of deep-sea hydrothermal vent aerobic methanotrophs by targeting the genes of 16S rRNA and particulate methane monooxygenase., Marine Biotechnology, 6(5), 503-509, 20040401
  87. Comparative phylogenetic analyses of Halomonas variabilis and related organisms based on sequences 16S rRNA, gyrB and ectBC gene sequences, SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, 27(3), 323-333, 20040504
  88. Microfabricated flow-through device for DNA amplification - towards in situ gene analysis, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 101(42372.0), 151-156, 20040801
  89. Biological investigations of the Antarctic ice sheet: review, problems and projects., Polar Bioscience, 17, 106-116, 20041001
  90. Molecular analysis of deep-sea hydrothermal vent aerobic methanotrophs by targeting genes of 16S rRNA and particulate methane monooxygenase, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 6(5), 503-509, 20041001
  91. Microfabricated flow-through device for DNA amplification ? towards in situ gene analysis., Chemical Engineering Journal, 101, 151-156, 20041101
  92. Comparative phylogenetic analyses of Halomonas variabilis and related organisms based on 16S rRNA, gyrB and ectBC gene sequences., Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 27(3), 323-333, 20041101
  93. Phylogenetic characterization of 16S rRNA gene clones from deep-groundwater microorganisms that pass through 0.2-micrometer-pore-size filters, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 71(2), in press, 20050201
  94. Phylogenetic characterization of 16S rRNA gene clones from deep-groundwater microorganisms that pass through 0.2-micrometer-pore-size filters, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 71(2), 1084-1088, 20050205
  95. Sediment fatty acids associated with seafloor methane seepage in the Nankai and Sagami Troughs, off central Japan., Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Managemen, 8(1), 73-80, 20050501
  96. Bacterial endosymbioses of gutless tube-dwelling worms in non-hydrothermal vent habitats., Marine Biotechnology, 7(5), 416-428, 20050601
  97. Depth distribution of euryhaline halophilic bacteria in Suribati Ike, a meromictic lake in East Antarctica., Polar Biology,, 28(12), 964-970, 20051001
  98. Bacterial endosymbioses of gutless tube-dwelling worms in nonhydrothermal vent habitats, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 7(5), 416-428, 20051009
  99. Phylogenetic characterization of 16S rRNA gene clones from deep-groundwater microorganisms that pass through 0.2-micrometer-pore-size filters., Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 71(2), 1084-1088, 20051101
  100. Depth distribution of euryhaline halophilic bacteria in Suribati Ike, a meromictic lake in East Antarctica, POLAR BIOLOGY, 28(12), 964-970, 20051105
  101. Molecular characterization of microbial communities in fault-bordered aquifers in the Miocene formation of northernmost Japan, GEOBIOLOGY, 4(3), 203-213, 20040906
  102. Molecular characterization of microbial communities in fault-bordered aquifers in the Meiocene formation of northernmost Japan., Geobiology, 4, 203-213, 20060201
  103. Succession of bacterial communities during petroleum degradation in bark compost as detected by small subunit ribosomal RNA gene profiles., Aquatic Ecosystem Management and Health, 9(4), 457-462, 20060501
  104. Molecular characterization of a deep-sea methanotrophic mussel symbiont that carries a RuBisCO gene., Marine Biotechnology, 8(5), 511-520, 20060501
  105. Isolation and characterization of Pseudomonas strains capable of Fe(III) reduction with reference to redox response regulator genes., Geomicrobiology Journal, 23, 145-155, 20060601
  106. Super-long anabiosis of ancient microorganisms in ice and terrestrial models for development of methods to search for life on Mars, Europa and other planetary bodies, ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH, 38(6), 1191-1197, 20060601
  107. Isolation and characterization of Pseudomonas strains capable of Fe(III) reduction with reference to redox response regulator genes, GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL, 23(42433.0), 145-155, 20060604
  108. A haptophyte bearing siliceous scales: Ultrastructure and phylogenetic position of Hyalolithus neolepis gen. et sp nov (Prymnesiophyceae, Haptophyta), PROTIST, 157(2), 213-234, 20060606
  109. Molecular characterization of a deep-sea methanotrophic mussel symbiont that carries a RuBisCO gene, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 8(5), 511-520, 20061009
  110. Composition of archaeal, bacterial, and eukaryal RuBisCO genotypes in three Western Pacific arc hydrothermal vent systems, EXTREMOPHILES, 11(1), 191-202, 20070107
  111. Distribution and phylogenetic characteristics of the genes encoding enzymes relevant to methane oxidation in oxygen minimum zones of the eastern Pacific Ocean., Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, 1(6), 275-284, 20070201
  112. Application of CE for determination of DNA base composition, ELECTROPHORESIS, 28(3), 366-372, 20070207
  113. Molecular diversity of the genes encoding ammonia monooxygenase and particulate methane monooxygenase from deep-sea sediments, Research Journal of Microbiology, 2(6), 530-537, 20070301
  114. Deep-sea moderately halophilic bacteria Halobacillus profundi sp. nov. and Halobacillus kuroshimensis sp. nov. isolated from a methane cold seep, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 57, 1243-1249, 20070601
  115. Abundances of planktonic thraustochytrids and bacteria and of particulate ATP in the Greenland and Norwegian Seas., Polar Bioscience, 20, 37-45, 20070601
  116. Halobacillus profundi sp nov and Halobacillus kuroshimensis sp nov., moderately halophilic bacteria isolated from a deep-sea methane cold seep, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 57, 1243-1249, 20070607
  117. Phylotype diversity of deep-sea hydrothermal vent prokaryotes trapped by 0.2- and 0.1-mu m-pore-size filters, EXTREMOPHILES, 11(4), 637-646, 20070707
  118. Influence of N2 gas injection on microbial community structure in deep coal seam groundwater, Geobiology, 5, 422-433, 20070710
  119. Molecular diversity of the genes encoding ammonia monooxygenase and particulate methane monooxygenase from deep-sea sediments, Research Journal of Microbiology, 2(6), 530-537, 20070801
  120. Application of capillary electrophoresis for determination of DNA base composition., Electrophoresis, 28, 366-372, 20070801
  121. Phylogenetic diversity and distribution of dissimilatory sulfite reductase genes from deep-sea sediment cores, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 9(4), 429-436, 20070807
  122. Hydrothermal activity on the ultra-slow spreading southern Knipovich Ridge, GEOCHEMISTRY GEOPHYSICS GEOSYSTEMS, 8, 20070828
  123. Distribution and phylogenetic characteristics of the genes encoding enzymes relevant to methane oxidation in oxygen minimum zones of the eastern Pacific Ocean, Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, 1(6), 275-284, 20071001
  124. Deep-sea moderately halophilic bacteria Halobacillus profundi sp. nov. and Halobacillus kuroshimensis sp. nov. isolated from a methane cold seep., International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 57, 1243-1249, 20071001
  125. Detailed identification of desert-originating bacteria carried by Asian dust storms to Japan, Aerobiologia, 23(4), 291-298, 20071201
  126. Molecular characterization of microbial communities in deep coal seam groundwater of northern Japan, GEOBIOLOGY, 5(4), 423-433, 20071207
  127. Detailed identification of desert-originated bacteria carried by Asian dust storms to Japan, AEROBIOLOGIA, 23(4), 291-298, 20071207
  128. Long-term collection of benthic and benthopelagic organisms from a deep-water inlet offshore from Okinawa, Japan, MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 358, 301-307, 20080421
  129. Laminated iron texture by iron-oxidizing bacteria in a calcite travertine, GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL, 25(42433.0), 193-202, 20080531
  130. Redox front formation in an uplifting sedimentary rock sequence: An analogue for redox-controlling processes in the geosphere around deep geological repositories for radioactive waste, APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY, 23(8), 2364-2381, 20080808
  131. The development of Fe-nodules surrounding biological material mediated by microorganisms, ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY, 55(6), 1363-1374, 20080908
  132. Virgibacillus salarius sp nov., a halophilic bacterium isolated from a Saharan salt lake, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 58, 2409-2414, 20081008
  133. Biogeochemical characterization of bacterial assemblages in relation to release of arsenic from South East Asia (Bangladesh) sediments, APPLIED GEOCHEMISTRY, 23(11), 3177-3186, 20081108
  134. Microbiological and ecological responses to global environmental changes in polar regions (MERGE): An IPY core coordinating project, POLAR SCIENCE, 3(3), 139-146, 200911
  135. Spore-forming halophilic bacteria isolated from Arctic terrains: Implications for long-range transportation of microorganisms, POLAR SCIENCE, 3(3), 163-169, 200911
  136. Mixture of Kosa (Asian dust) and bioaerosols detected in the atmosphere over the Kosa particles source regions with balloon-borne measurements: possibility of long-range transport, AIR QUALITY ATMOSPHERE AND HEALTH, 2(1), 29-38, 20090301
  137. Communities of algae and cyanobacteria on glaciers in west Greenland, POLAR SCIENCE, 4(1), 71-80, 201005
  138. Archaeal and bacterial community structures in the anoxic sediment of Antarctic meromictic lake Nurume-Ike, POLAR SCIENCE, 4(2), 421-429, 201008
  139. Response of microbial community structure to natural and accelerated hydrarch successions in the boreal wetlands in northern Hokkaido, Japan, LIMNOLOGY, 11(3), 273-279, 20101210
  140. Microbial Processes Forming Daily Lamination in an Aragonite Travertine, Nagano-yu Hot Spring, Southwest Japan, GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL, 28(2), 135-148, 20110224
  141. Spatiotemporal variations in the abundances of the prokaryotic rRNA genes, pmoA, and mcrA in the deep layers of a peat bog in Sarobetsu-genya wetland, Japan, LIMNOLOGY, 12(1), 1-9, 20110411
  142. Metagenomic Analysis of 0.2-mu m-Passable Microorganisms in Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Fluid, MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY, 13(5), 900-908, 20111011
  143. Methanosarcina horonobensis sp nov., a methanogenic archaeon isolated from a deep subsurface Miocene formation, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 61, 2503-2507, 20111011
  144. Microflorae of aquatic moss pillars in a freshwater lake, East Antarctica, based on fatty acid and 16S rRNA gene analyses, POLAR BIOLOGY, 35(3), 425-433, 20120312
  145. An iron-aided environmental remediation, NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI, 78(2), 278-278, 20120312
  146. Eukaryotic phylotypes in aquatic moss pillars inhabiting a freshwater lake in East Antarctica, based on 18S rRNA gene analysis, POLAR BIOLOGY, 35(10), 1495-1504, 20121012
  147. Biogeographical note on Antarctic microflorae: Endemism and cosmopolitanism, Geoscience Frontiers, 4, 633-646
  148. Diversity of RuBisCO gene responsible for CO2 fixation in an Antarctic moss pillar, POLAR BIOLOGY, 35(11), 1641-1650, 20121112
  149. Phylogeographic analysis of filterable bacteria with special reference to Rhizobiales strains that occur in cryospheric habitats, ANTARCTIC SCIENCE, 25(2), 219-228, 20130413
  150. Genus-specific quantitative PCR of thraustochytrid protists, MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 486, 1-12, 20130712
  151. Methanoculleus horonobensis sp nov., a methanogenic archaeon isolated from a deep diatomaceous shale formation, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 63, 4320-4323, 20131113
  152. Monstrotyphis tosaensis (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Muricidae) collected from off-Satsuma Iōjima Island, northern Satsunan Islands, Japan, Biosphere Science, 53, 23-26, 201412
  153. Structural Alteration of Humic Acids by Pseudomonas spp. from Deep Terrestrial Subsurface Diatomite Formations in Northernmost Japan, GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL, 31(8), 654-663, 20140901
  154. Oligoflexus tunisiensis gen. nov., sp nov., a Gram-negative, aerobic, filamentous bacterium of a novel proteobacterial lineage, and description of Oligoflexaceae fam. nov., Oligoflexales ord. nov and Oligoflexia classis nov., INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 64, 3353-3359, 20141001
  155. Oligoflexia, the newest class of the phylum Proteobacteria, consisting of only one cultured species and uncultured bacterial phylotypes from diverse habitats., Journal of Phylogenetics and Evolutionary Biology, 3, 141, 201501
  156. Methanosarcina subterranea sp nov., a methanogenic archaeon isolated from a deep subsurface diatomaceous shale formation, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 65(4), 1167-1171, 20150415
  157. Aurantimicrobium minutum gen. nov., sp. nov., a novel ultramicrobacterium of the family Microbacteriaceae, isolated from river water., International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 65(11), 4072-4079, 201508
  158. Anaerobic decomposition of humic substances by Clostridium from the deep subsurface, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 6, 20160108
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Publications such as books

  1. 1996/04, High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology , Elsevier Science, 1996, 4
  2. 1999/09, Extremophiles in Deep-Sea Environments , Springer-Verlag Tokyo, 1999, 9
  3. 2003/11, Land and Marine Hydrogeology , Elsevier B.V., 2003, 11, 199
  4. 2002/12, Microbial Approaches to Aquatic Nutrition within Environmentally Sound Aquaculture Systems , World Aquaculture Society, 2002, 12, 256
  5. 2015/10, Marine Protists: Diversity and Dynamics, Springer , 2015, 10, E, Takeshi Naganuma, Kazuhiko Koike, Manabu Asakawa, Susumu Ohtsuka, etc.

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Generation and transportation of molecular oxygen to sub-ice ocean of Europa, ELSI International Symposium , 2015/01, With Invitation
  2. Possible life in the universe viewed from energy, size and membrane, Takeshi Naganuma, A Japanese-German Colloquium, 2015/12, With Invitation, Kiel, Germany