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J-GLOBAL ID:200901006216993043   Update date: Jul. 05, 2020

Watanabe Masanori

ワタナベ マサノリ | Watanabe Masanori
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (3): Applied microbiology ,  Environmental materials/recycling technology ,  Applied biofunctional and bioprocess engineering
Research keywords  (4): Genetic engineeling ,  Bioremediation ,  Biopolymer Chemistry ,  Biochemical Engineeling
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2005 - Development of recycle technology of biomass and treated water derived from rice manufacturing process
  • 2000 - Biosorption and recovery of heavy metal and phosphorus compounds using photosynthetic bacteria
  • 1998 - Study on flocculating mechanism of marine photosynthetic bacteria
Papers (2):
  • C Techapun, N Poosaran, M Watanabe, K Sasaki. Optimization of aeration and agitation rates to improve cellulase-free xylanase production by thermotolerant Streptomyces sp Ab106 and repeated fed-batch cultivation using agricultural waste. JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING. 2003. 95. 3. 298-301
  • N. Nishio, M. Watanabe, S. Kartikeyan, Y. Nakashimada. Removal of organic matters from wastewater using photosynthetic bacterial flocs or artificial UASB granules. Biotechnology forsustainable utilization of biological resources in the tropics (T.Yoshida, P. Matangkasombut, R. E. dela Cruz, E. Sukara and M. I. A. Karim eds.), IC Biotech. 1999. 13. 115-122
MISC (23):
Patents (1):
  • METHOD FOR REMOVING SOLID COMPONENT OF WASTEWATER FROM WASHED RICE AND METHOD FOR RECYCLING SOLID COMPONENT THEREOF
Lectures and oral presentations  (6):
  • Effect of enzymatic treatment for sedimentation and concentrate of solid particles in rice washing drainage and its electrostatic properties
    (APBioChe’09 2009)
  • Heavy metal biosorption and tolerance of marine photosynthetic bacteria
    (The 4th JSPS-NRCT Joint Seminar on Development of Thermotolerant Microbial Resources and Their Applications 2004)
  • Biosorption of heavy metal by photosynthetic bacteria
    (ISPP 2003 2003)
  • Heavy metal removal from marine environment using thermotolerant photosynthetic bacteria and useful material production
    (The 3rd JSPS-NRCT Joint Seminar on Development of Thermotolerant Microbial Resources and Their Applications 2002)
  • Bioremediation of Sediment Mud of Oyster Farm by Denitrifying and Marine Photosynthetic Bacteria Immobilized on Porous Ceramic
    (ISEB 2000 2000)
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Works (1):
  • Useful materials production by thermotorelant photosynthetic bacteria
    2000 -
Education (1):
  • - 1998 Hiroshima University Graduate School, Division of Engineering
Professional career (1):
  • (BLANK)
Work history (2):
  • 2019/06 - 現在 Chiang Mai University (Thailand) visiting professor
  • 1997 - 1998 Hiroshima University
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