Atsushi Ishikawa


Affiliation Bioscience and Biotechnology
Title Professor
Room (Extension3518)
E-mail ( at = @ )
Education Nagoya University
Degree Ph.D. (Agriculture)
Academic Societies Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry, The Phytopathological Society Of Japan

Research Interest

Research Field Plant Molecular Biology
Research Summary Our research is aimed at understanding the resistance response of plants to pathogens. In particular, we are studying nonhost resistance in plants at the molecular and genetic levels. In the future, we would like to contribute to the development of disease-resistant crops using the knowledge obtained.
Keywords Plant-Pathogen Interaction, nonhost resistance, Pyricularia oryzae

Selected Publications

Tryptophan-derived metabolites and BAK1 separately contribute to Arabidopsis postinvasive immunity against Alternaria brassicicola. Scientific reports, 11, 1-14, 2021                       

Photoperiod Following Inoculation of Arabidopsis with Pyricularia oryzae (syn. Magnaporthe oryzae) Influences on the Plant–Pathogen Interaction. International journal of molecular sciences, 22, 5004, 2021

Community Engagement

Fukui Prefectural University Open Lecture
Member of the Collaboration Project of SSH (Koshi High School)

Educational Activites

Classes Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Laboratory Course in Molecular Biology, Seminar in Molecular Biology
Office Hour
Available Topics nonhost resistance

Additional Information