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松元 賢(まつもと まさる) データ更新日:2021.05.28

准教授 /  熱帯農学研究センター 地水・環境保全部門 地球社会統合科学府


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1. Dinh, Thao Le; Zaw, Myo; Matsumoto, Masaru, Diaporthe species complex occurring on Asparagus kiusianus in Japan, JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY, 10.1007/s42161-018-0140-9, 101, 1, 161-167, 2019.02.
2. M. Matsumoto, H. V. Cuong, M. Zaw and S. S. Aye, Genetic diversity of rice Rhizoctonia strains in North Vietnam and Myanmar, Bull. Inst. Trop. Agr., Kyushu Univ, 43, 57-69, 2020.12.
3. ④ Zaw, M. & Matsumoto, M, Plant growth promotion of Trichoderma virens, Tv911 on some vegetables and its antagonistic effect on fusarium wilt of tomato, Environmental Control in Biology, 58, 7-14, 2020.01.
4. Thao, L. D. & Matsumoto, M., Genetic diversity and pathogenic characteristics of Phomopsis asparagi obtained from Asparagus officinalis and A. kiusianus in Japan, Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, 127, 843-853, 2020.05.
5. Abdelrahman, Mostafa; Nakabayashi, Ryo; Mori, Tetsuya; Ikeuchi, Takao; Mori, Mitsutaka; Murakami, Kyoko; Ozaki, Yukio; Matsumoto, Masaru; Uragami, Atsuko; Tsujimoto, Hisashi; Tran, Lam-Son Phan; Kanno, Akira, Comparative Metabolome and Transcriptome Analyses of Susceptible Asparagus officinalis and Resistant Wild A. kiusianus Reveal Insights into Stem Blight Disease Resistance, PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY, 10.1093/pcp/pcaa054, 61, 8, 1464-1476, 2020.08.
6. Zaw, M., Aye, S. S. & Matsumoto, M., Colletotrichum and Diaporthe species associated with soybean stem diseases in Myanmar, JOURNAL OF GENERAL PLANT PATHOLOGY, 10.1007/s10327-019-00902-5, 86, 2, 114-123, 2020.03.
7. Minhaz AHMED,Masaru MATSUMOTO,Kiyoshi KUROSAWA, Contamination of the Summer and Winter Vegetables by Heavy Metals in
a Multi–Industry District of Bangladesh, J. Fac. Agr., Kyushu Univ, 65, 1, 9-14, 2020.02, Heavy metal (Cr, Cu, Zn, As, Cd, and Pb) contamination of the summer and winter vegetables were
examined in a multi–industry district of Bangladesh. In this district, various kinds of industries discharged
their wastewater into nearby irrigation canals, contaminating the vegetables that were cultivated by using
the irrigation water with the heavy metals. Among the vegetables, the heavy metal concentrations were the
highest in root vegetables, followed by leaf vegetables for both the summer and winter vegetables. Zn was
the highest, while Cd was the lowest in concentrations throughout the vegetables. Every heavy metal concentration
was lower in the summer than in the winter vegetables. The reason is probably that the concentrations
of irrigation water and soil were diluted by rainfall during the rainy season when the summer vegetables
were grown. The health risk index, which enables to assess the potential health risk due to the ingestion
of vegetables, showed a high value in root and leaf vegetables, which indicated that the root and leaf
vegetables grown in the district were found unsuitable for human ingestion..
8. Myo Zaw, Seint San Aye, Masaru Matsumoto, Stem blight of asparagus caused by Phomopsis asparagi in Myanmar and their phylogenetic grouping, 2. Bull. Inst. Trop. Agri. Kyushu Univ, https://doi.org/10.11189/bita.42.23, 42, 23-29, 2019.12.
9. Myo Zaw, Seint San Aye, Masaru Matsumoto, Colletotrichum and Diaporthe species associated with soybean stem diseases in Myanmar., Journal of General Plant Pathology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10327-019-00902-5, 86, 2, 114-123, 2019.11.
10. Myo Zaw, Masaru Matsumoto, Plant growth promotion of Trichoderma virens Tv911 on some vegetables and its antagonistic effect on Fusarium wilt of tomato, Environmental Control in Biology, https://doi.org/10.2525/ecb.58.7, 58, 1, 7-14, 2020.01.
11. Minhaz Ahmed, Masaru Matsumoto, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Ecological risk assessment of heavy metal contamination in a multi-industry district of Bangladesh, Bulletin of the Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University, https://doi.org/10.11189/bita.42.31, 42, 1, 31-39, 2019.12, Heavy metal (Cr, Cu, Zn, As, Cd, and Pb) contamination in soil was examined in a multi-industry district of Bangladesh in the dry and wet season. In this district, various kinds of industries discharged their wastewater into nearby irrigation canals, and soil contaminated with this water could be a major environmental pollution factor. The geoaccumulation index (Igeo) indicated that the study areas (in both dry and wet season) were treated as uncontaminated to moderately contaminated with Zn and As in Banglabazar; Zn, Cu, and As in Kashimpur; and Zn in Chandra but uncontaminated with other heavy metals. The pollution load index (PLI) showed the study areas were slightly contaminated in the dry season whereas uncontaminated in the wet season. Based on potential ecological risk index (RI) only Banglabazar area posed moderate risk in the dry season whereas other areas posed low risk in the both seasons. On the other hand, the characteristics of lower Igeo, PLI and RI values in the wet season showing the dilution effect of rainfall (in irrigation water) on the soil’s low absorption of the heavy metals. The results of current study clearly pointed out that the study areas were mostly uncontaminated with heavy metals and pose low risk to the environment..
12. Nguyen Van Thinh, Masaru Matsumoto, Shamim Uddin, Yiping Xie, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Arsenic, Toxic Heavy Metals, and C-N-P in Peaty Sediments in Samta Village, Southwestern Bangladesh, JOURNAL OF THE FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE KYUSHU UNIVERSITY, 63, 2, 207-210, 2018.01, Concentration of Arsenic (As), other toxic heavy metals, and C, N, P of the peaty sediments collected rom Samta Village, Bangladesh were analyzed. The sediment layers were located in 6.5–9.0 m in depth from ground surface. According to the results, As, N (total), NH4–N and C (total) concentrations were larger in peat than peaty clay layers. As is, therefore, may be related to N (total), NH4–N and C (total) in concentrations. There were significant amount of ash, which was inorganic residue (minerals), in the sediments. P2O5 in the sediments may be sourced from phosphate fertilizers. The concentration of Fe, Al and Mn were high, while the concentrations of Cr, Cu, Zn, Pb were low. Based on the correlation analysis, the higher As may be related to higher C, N, H in concentrations. Thus, organic substances may be related to the higher As concentration. P2O5 and NH4–N were not closely related to the As concentrations. Positive correlations of As with Cu, Zn, Cd, and Pb in concentrations were observed, while any correlation of As with Fe and Mn was not observed..
13. Minhaz Ahmed, Matsumoto Masaru, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Heavy Metal Contamination of Irrigation Water, Soil, and Vegetables in a Multi-industry District of Bangladesh, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 10.1007/s41742-018-0113-z, 12, 4, 531-542, 2018.08.
14. 菊原 賢次, 橋本 文武, 松元 賢, 飯山 和弘, 古屋 成人, ナシ赤星病の多発生とDMI 剤の効果減退との関連 ―福岡県八女地域での後ろ向きコホート研究―, 日本植物病理学会報, https://doi.org/10.3186/jjphytopath.84.98, 84, 2, 98-104, 2018.08.
15. 菊原 賢次, 足立 龍弥, 齊藤 紀子, 飯山 和弘, 松元 賢, 古屋 成人, 福岡県におけるDMI 剤低感受性ナシ黒星病菌の発生状況, 九州病害虫研究会報, https://doi.org/10.4241/kyubyochu.64.1, 4, 1-6, 2018.10, Japanese pear scab caused by Venturia nashicola is one of the most prevalent diseases of Japanese pear trees in Japan. We estimated the sensitivity of this fungus to sterol demethylation inhibitor (DMI) fungicides on the basis of the disease severity in young pear trees pretreated with DMI fungicides and inoculated with fungal populations collected from commercial orchards in Fukuoka Prefecture in 2015. The protective values, 26.4-100.0 for

difenoconazole (active ingredient (a.i.), 25 ppm); 42.5-85.3, hexaconazole (a.i., 10 ppm); 25.8- 44.2, fenbuconazole (a.i., 27.5 ppm); and 30.6-49.9 fenarimol (a.i., 30 ppm), were significantly reduced in comparison with those recorded in 2007( P < 0.05, Welch test). In an experimental

orchard in Fukuoka Prefecture, the efficacy of difenoconazole( protective value, 87.6 in cultivar ‘Kousui’ and 74.7 in cultivar ‘Housui’) was higher than that of hexaconazole (protective value, 73.3 in‘ Kousui’ and 59.3 in‘ Housui’) in 2016. In a sensitivity test on young pear trees, the efficacies of difenoconozole (protective values, 85.9) and hexaconazole (protective values, 42.6) against fungal population from that orchard were similar to those in the orchard test. Therefore, the resistance of Venturia nashicola to DMI fungicides has a broad range in Fukuoka Prefecture..
16. Kenji Kikuhara, Kazuhiro Iiyama, Matsumoto Masaru,Naruto Furuya, First report of occurrence of resistance to DMI fungicides in Gymnosporangium asiaticum, the causal agent of Japanese pear rust, in Japan, Journal of General Plant Pathology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10327-018-0820-5, 85, 8, 49-56, 2019.01.
17. Minhaz Ahmed, Masaru Matsumoto, Akinori Ozaki, Nguyen Van Thinh, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Heavy Metal Contamination of Irrigation Water, Soil, and Vegetables and the Difference between Dry and Wet Seasons Near a Multi-Industry Zone in Bangladesh, WATER, 10.3390/w11030583, 11, 3, 1-12, 2019.03.
18. Seok-Gon PARK and Masaru Matsumoto, A Study on the Effects of Light Conditions on the Longevity and Characteristics of Daphniphyllum macropodum Leaves, J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ., 63, 1, 15-19, 2018.01.
19. S. G. Park, M. Matsumoto, A study of the leaf phenology and thermonastic leaf movement of Daphniphyllum macropodum., Journal of Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 2, 329-335, 2017.11.
20. M. H. Yi, S. G. Park, M. Matsumoto, Comparison of the Composition, Population Density, and Diversity of the Soil Seed Bank and Standing Vegetation in Deciduous and Coniferous Forests in Korea, JOURNAL OF THE FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE KYUSHU UNIVERSITY, 62, 2, 323-328, 2017.09.
21. Takeuchi, Y., E. Kakizoe, R. Yoritomi, M. Iwato, A. Kanno, T. Ikeuchi, M. Mori, K. Murakami, A. Uragami, M. Matsumoto, J. Masuda, K. Sakai, Y. Ozaki, Features in stem blight resistance confirmed in interspecific hybrids of Asparagus officinalis L. and A. kiusianus Makino., Hort. J., 10.2503/hortj.OKD-104, 87, 2, 200-205, 2018.01.
22. M. Zaw, T. A. A. Naing, M. Matsumoto., First report of stem blight of asparagus caused by Phomopsis asparagi in Myanmar., New Disease Reports., http://dx.doi.org/10.5197/j.2044-0588.2017.035.017, 35, 17, 2017.06.
23. H. W. W. Kyaw, K. Tsuchiya, M. Matsumoto, K. Iiyama, S. S. Aye, M. Zaw, D. Kurose, M. Horita, N. Furuya, Genetic diversity of Ralstonia solanacearum strains causing bacterial wilt of solanaceous crops in Myanmar, JOURNAL OF GENERAL PLANT PATHOLOGY, 10.1007/s10327-017-0720-0, 83, 4, 216-225, 2017.07.
24. M. Abdelrahman, N. Suzumura, M. Mitoma, S. Matsuo, T. Ikeuchi, M. Mori, K. Murakami, Y. Ozaki, M. Matsumoto, A. Uragami, A. Kanno, Comparative de novo transcriptome profiles in Asparagus officinalis and A. kiusianus during the early stage of Phomopsis asparagi infection, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 10.1038/s41598-017-02566-7, 7, 1-14, 2017.06.
25. M. Zaw, S. S. Aye, M. Matsumoto, Genetic characteristics of Pyricularia grisea and their pathotypes in Myanmar, Bulletin of Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University, 10.3390/i. jerphl3111091, 39, 103-111, 2016.12.
26. Matsumoto Masaru, Ha Viet Cuong, GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RICE SHEATH BLIGHT PATHOGEN RHIZOCTONIA SOLANI AG1-IA IN NORTH VIETNAM BY REP-PCR AND SEQUENCE ANALYSIS, Journal of Plant Pathology, 96, 2, 377-380, 2014.01, Representative isolates of Rhizoctonia solani AG1-IA
associated with rice sheath blight obtained from North
Vietnam were characterized using rep-PCR fingerprinting
and ITS-5.8S rDNA sequencing. For rep-PCR assays primers
ERIC2 and BOXA1R were used. Sequences of these
isolates were aligned with other known R. solani sequences
from the GenBank. Rep-PCR analysis revealed that two
genotypes (Rep-Vet1 and Rep-Vet2) were present based
on the fingerprinting dendrograms having the similarity
coefficient score at 75% differentiation. The two clonal
populations were scattered and had different geographical
localizations in North Vietnam..
27. Matsumoto Masaru, Myo Zaw, Seint San Aye, Modification of plant bait technique for direct diagnosis for Rhizoctonia rice pathogens from Myanmar paddy field soils, Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, .org/10.1080/03235408.2016.1140562, 2016.01, [URL], A modified baiting technique was conducted for selective isolation, fungal DNA
diagnosis and fungal cell lipid assay derived from Myanmar isolates of Rhizoctonia
spp., causal agents of rice sheath diseases by trapping selective plant stem segments.
Bait plant materials of rice, mat rush and cotton were successfully used to isolate R.
solani AG1-IA, R. oryzae and R. oryzae-sativae. Moreover, the three plant materials
were also effectively used to detect genomic DNA derived from all Rhizoctonia spp.
obtained from Myanmar. Rice segment was the most successful materials for
detection of fungal cell lipids including palmitic, stearic and linoleic acids. The
results of this experiment demonstrate that bait plant materials of rice, mat rush and
cotton were the best useful tools for not only direct isolation, but also fungal DNA
diagnosis and cell lipid assay of Myanmar soil environmental conditions.
28. M. Iwato, M. Kozawa, Y. Takeuchi, M. Matsumoto, M. Inada, Y. Ozaki, H. Okubo, Stem blight resistance of Asparagus kiusianus and its hybrid with A. officinalis., 28, 4, 202-207, 2014.12.
29. Yiping Xie, Matsumoto Masaru, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Physicochemical Properties of Plant Growing Medium Comprising Water Treatment Residuals Amended with Composted Park, 4, 1, 80-86, 2014.09, The physicochemical properties were measured formedium comprising water treatment residuals
(WTR) amended with composted bark (two different volume ratios of WTR to composted bark) one
month after creation, in orderto determine its suitability for plant growing purposes. Compared to the
WTR alone, the WTR + bark medium exhibited similar neutral pH and a redox potential (Eh)
indicating aerobic conditions, higher electrical conductivity (EC), cation exchange capacity (CEC),
and total carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) concentrations, and lower phosphate (P) absorption
coefficients and available manganese (Mn) concentrations. Comparing to the theoretical baseline
medium immediately after creation, the WTR + bark medium, after a one-month incubation,
exhibited a decline in available Mn, total C, and total N concentrations and an increase in CEC and
P-absorption coefficients. These changes may be attributable not only to the introduction of
composted bark but, also, to the increase in aerobicmicrobial activityor some factor by incubation..
30. Matsumoto Masaru, Distribution analysis of population structures for Rhizoctonia solani AG-1 IA in Japanese paddy field, using rep-PCR assay., Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 47, 1082-1088, 2014.03.
31. P. N. Dung, H. V. Cuong, N. V. Tuat, M. Matsumoto, Analysis of internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of Phytophthora tropicalis causing quick wilt disease of black pepper in Vietnam., Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 47, 842-851, 2014.02.
32. M. Matsumoto, Aye S. S., Phenotypic variation of Rhizoctonia oryzae in sheath disease of rice in Myanmar., Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 47, 789-784, 2014.01.
33. Seint San Aye, Matsumoto Masaru, Characterisation of antagonistic soil microbes against Rhizoctonia spp. and Sclerotium hydrophilum., Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 10.1080/03235408.2012.729421, 45, 2465-2473, 2012.10.
34. Seint San Aye, Masaru Matsumoto, Pathogenicity and symptom expressions of Rhizoctonia solani, R. oryzae and R. oryzae-sativae to
some commercial cultivars of rice in Myanmar, Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 10.1080/03235408.2012.720461, 45, 1991-1996, 2012.06.
35. Aye S. S. and Matsumoto M., Effect of some plant extracts on Rhizoctonia spp. and Sclerotium
hydrophilum
, Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 16, 2, 3571-3577, 2011.09.
36. Matsumoto M. and Aye S. S., Chemotaxonomic characterization of fungal genera, causal pathogens of rice seedling diseases, using fatty acid analysis., Bull. Inst. Trop. Agr., Kyushu Univ., 34, 1, 77-91, 2011.12.
37. Aye S. S. and Matsumoto M., Genetic diversity of the causal agents of rice sheath diseases in Myanmar and the grouping of Rhizoctonia solani from some rice growing countries., Bull. Inst. Trop. Agr., Kyushu Univ., 34, 1, 1-14, 2011.12.
38. S. S. Aye, M. Matsumoto., Phylogenetic repationships of causal agents of sheath diseases of rice in Myanmar. , Archive of Phytopathology and Plant Protection., 44, 1, 67–77, 2011.01.
39. Ha Viet Cuong, Nguyen Viet Hai, Vu Trieu Ma and Masaru Matsumoto, Rice dwarf disease in North Vietnam in 2009 is caused by southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus (SRBSDV), Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University, 32, 85-92, 2009.12.
40. Matsumoto Masaru, Genetic characterization by rep- PCR of Myanmar isolates of Rhizoctonia spp., causal agents of rice sheath disease, Journal of Plant Pathology , 92, 257-262, 2010.01.
41. S. S. Aye, Y. Y. Myint, T. Lwin, and M. Matsumoto., First report of Rhizoctonia oryzae, causal agent of bordered sheath spot of rice in Myanmar., Plant pathology, 59, 412-412, 2010.01.
42. S. S. Aye, Y. Y. Myint, T. Lwin, and M. Matsumoto, Rhizoctonia oryzae-sativae, causal agent of aggregate sheath spot disease of rice in Myanmar, Plant pathology, 58, 1173-1173, 2009.12.
43. S. S. Aye, Y. Y. Myint YY, T. Lwin, and M. Matsumoto, Stem rot of rice caused by Sclerotium hydrophilum isolated in Myanmar., Plant Pathology,, 58, 712-712, 2009.10.
44. Seint S A, S. Fukuda and M. Matsumoto, Chemotaxonomic characterization of rice seedling blight complex using fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) profiles., Mycoscience, 49:373–378, 2008.12.
45. S. S. Aye, Y. Y. Myint, T. Lwin and M. Matsumoto, Isolation, Identification and Preservation of Rhizoctonia spp. from sheath spot diseases of Rice from Myanmar, Bull. Inst. Trop. Agr. Kyushu Univ, 31: 31-38, 2008.12.
46. Matsumoto M, Chemotaxonomic characterization of fungal genera, causal pathogens of rice seedling diseases, using fatty acid analysis, The 4th Internal Joint Sympodium between Japan and Korea, 65-80, 2007.11.
47. Shinji Fukuda, Pham Van Cuong, Takuya Araki, Tang Thi Hanhm Trin Quang Huy, Do Nguyen Haim Ho Thi Lan Tra, Yuki Mori, Yoshei Simasaki, Masaru Matsumotom, Ha Viet Cuong and kiyoshi Kurosawa, Numerical Simulation of Daily Water Temperature in Paddy Fields under Hybrid Rice Cultivation, Proceeding of the JSPS International Seminer 2007, 162-170, 2007.10.
48. Kurose, D.,Furuya N., Matsumoto M., Inoue Y., Shaw R. H., Djeddour D H., Evans H C, and Takagi M, Biological control of Japanese Knotweed in Europe using Phytopathologenic Fungi (IV) Evaluation of Rust and Leafspot Fungi as Biological Control Agents and Effect of Endopytic Fungi on Leafspot Disease Occurrence in Fallopisa japonica, Jpn J. Phytopathol, 262, 2007.08.
49. S. S. Aye, M Matsumoto, H Kaku, T, Goto, N Furuya and A Yoshimura, Evaluation of Resistance in Rice Plants to Myanmar Isolates of Xanthomonas campestris pv. oryzae., J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ., 52 17-21, 2007.01.
50. M. Matsumoto, T, Yoshida, Characterization of isolates of binucleate Rhizoctonia spp. associated with strawberry black root complex using fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) profiles. , J. General Plant Pathology, 72:5 318-322, 2006.11.
51. Matsumoto M, Seint S A, K Ogata, Characterization of Rhizoctonia-like ecdophytes from wormwood (Artemisia capillaries) roots using whole-cellular fatty acid analysis., Bull. Inst. Trop. Agr. Kyushu Univ. , 2006.10.
52. M. Matsumoto, Comparison of two fatty acid analysis protocols to characterize and differentiate Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici and F. oxysporum f. sp. radicis-lycopersici., Mycoscience, 47 190-197, 2006.07.
53. M. Matsumoto, Comparison of fatty acid methyl ester of Fusarium spp. obtained from field soils using plant baits technique., Bul. Inst. Trop. Agr. Kyushu Univ. , 28:33-40, 2005.10.
54. M. Matsumoto, Analysis of whole cellular fatty acids and anastomosis relationships of binucleate Rhizoctonia spp. associated with Ceratobasidium cornigerum, Mycoscience, 46: 319-324, 2005.09.
55. M. Matsumoto, Diagnosis of Mungbean (Vigna radiate) Bradyrhizobia isolated from Kyushu Island of Japan based on whole cellular fatty acid analysis., J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ. , 50, 2, 489-496, 50:489-496, 2005.01.
56. Matsumoto Masaru, Trial of direct diagnosis of Bradyrhizobium japonicum and B. elkanii from soils by fatty acid analysis based on plant bait technique., J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ., 50, 2, 497-502, 50:497-502, 2005.01.
57. M. Matsumoto, Y. Yamada and O. Hirota, Trial of classification and identification of Bradyrhizobium species from Japan strains based on cellular fatty acid analysis, Soil Microorganisms, Vol. 59 (In press ), 2004.01.
58. M. Matsumoto and S. S. Aye, Analysis of whole-cellular fatty acids for binucleate Rhizoctonia species associated with AG-A., Bulletin of the Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University, 26: 45-52, 2003.01.
59. M. Matsumoto, A qualitative baiting technique for selective isolation and DNA diagnosis of Rhizoctonia spp., causal agents of rice sheath diseases, from soil, J. Fac. Agr., Kyushu Univ., 48, 1-2, 13-20, 48:13-20., 2003.01.
60. M. Matsumoto, Characterizing Rhizoctonia oryzae isolates from diseased rice sheath and paddy soils in Vietnam and Japan based on fatty acid analysis., Inst. Trop. Agric. Kyushu Univ., vol.24: 43-49, 2002.01.
61. M. Matsumoto, Trials of direct detection and identification of Rhizoctonia solani AG 1 and AG 2 subgroups using specifically primed PCR analysis, Mycoscience, 43: 185-189, 2002.01.
62. Naruto Furuya, Satoru Taura, Bui Trong Thuy, Masaru Matsumoto, Seint San Aye and Phan Hun Ton, Isolation and preservation of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae from Vietnam in 2001-2002., Vo. 25:43-50, 2002.01.
63. Y. Hirakawa, N. Furuya, K. Iiyama, H. Ura, M. Matsumoto, M. Takeshita, N. Matsuyama and Y. Takanami, Comparative studies of Burkholderia plantarii and B. vandii based on chemotaxonomic markers., Kyushu Pl. Prot. Res., Vol. 47: 33-38, 2001.01.
64. Faruque Ahmed, Osamu Hirota, You Yamada, Tomohiro Haraguchi, Masaru Matsumoto and Toshihiro Mochizuki, Studies on Yield, Land Equivalent Ratio and Crop Performance Rate in Maize-Mungbean Intercropping, J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ., 45, 1, 39-48, Vol.45: 39-48, 2000.01.
65. N. Furuya, T. Masunaga, A. A. Khan, K. Iiyama, M. Matsumoto and N. Matsuyama, Bacterial Wilt of Russell Prairie Gentian caused by Burkholderia caryophylli., J. Gen. Plant Pathol.,, Vol.66, 316-322, 2000.01.
66. A. Khan, N. Furuya, M. Matsumoto and N. Matsuyama, Differentiation of phytopathogenic Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas pathovars and strains by PCR analysis for DNA topoisomerase genes., J. Fac. Agr., Kyushu Univ.,, 45, 1, 1-6, Vol.45: 1-6, 2000.01.
67. Masaru Matsumoto and Nobuaki Matsuyama, Grouping of isolates in AG 2 of Rhizoctonia solani by total cellular fatty acid analysis., Mycoscience, Vol. 40: 35-39, 1999.01.
68. Abu Ashulaf Khan, Naruto Furuya, Masaru Matsumoto and Nobuaki Matsuyama, Identification of Ralstonia solanacearum isolates from Wilted Tobacco Plants by Fatty acid Profiles and PCR-RFLP analysis., J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ., 44, 1-2, 59-65, Vol.44:59-66, 1999.01.
69. Maria Salete de Melo, Naruto Furuya, Masaru Matsumoto and Nobuaki Matsuyama, Comparative studies on Fatty acid composition of the Whole-cell and outer membrane in Brazilian strains of Ralstonia solanacearum ., J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ., 44, 1-2, 17-23, Vol.44:17-24, 1999.01.
70. Masaru Matsumoto., Achivement and future developments on Agriculture in Japan and Vietnam. Crop Culture, Crop Breeding and Plant Protection., Hanoi Agricultural Univ., pp. 47-52, 1999.01.
71. Abu Ashulaf Khan, Naruto Furuya, Masaru Matsumoto and Nobuaki Matsuyama, Trial of Rapid Identification of Pathogens from Blasted Pear Blossoms and Rotted Radish Leaves by the Direct colony TLC and Wole Cellular Fatty Acid Analysis ., J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ., Vol. 44:327-336, 1999.01.

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