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Nagashima Hisae

ナガシマ ヒサエ | Nagashima Hisae
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Research assistant
Research field  (1): Ecology and environmental science
Research keywords  (5): environment ,  growth ,  matter allocation ,  resource utiligation ,  plant physiological ecology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 1999 - 2005 Study on plant growth under competition
Papers (19):
  • Yoshinaka Kenta, Nagashima Hisae, Yanagita Yusuke, Hikosaka Kouki. The role of biomass allocation between lamina and petioles in a game of light competition in a dense stand of an annual plant. ANNALS OF BOTANY. 2018. 121. 5. 1055-1064
  • Ryoji Watari, Hisae Nagashima, Tadaki Hirose. Stem extension and mechanical stability of Xanthium canadense grown in an open or in a dense stand. ANNALS OF BOTANY. 2014. 114. 1. 179-190
  • Hisae Nagashima, Kouki Hikosaka. Not only light quality but also mechanical stimuli are involved in height convergence in crowded Chenopodium album stands. NEW PHYTOLOGIST. 2012. 195. 4. 803-811
  • Ryoji Watari, Hisae Nagashima, Tadaki Hirose. Growth and nitrogen use in Xanthium canadense grown in an open or in a dense stand. PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM. 2012. 144. 4. 335-345
  • Hisae Nagashima, Kouki Hikosaka. Plants in a crowded stand regulate their height growth so as to maintain similar heights to neighbours even when they have potential advantages in height growth. ANNALS OF BOTANY. 2011. 108. 1. 207-214
MISC (3):
Education (3):
  • - 1995 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Science
  • - 1990 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science Department of Biological Sciences
  • - 1990 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science
Professional career (2):
  • Doctor(Science) (The University of Tokyo)
  • Master(Science) (The University of Tokyo)
Awards (2):
  • 2011/03 - The Ecological Society of Japan Ecological Research Award
  • 2010/03 - Ecological Research Award Morphological differentiation of current-year shoots of deciduous and evergreen lianas in temperate forests in Japan
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