Eiji Tanaka
Eiji Tanaka
Ishikawa Prefectural University
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TitleCited byYear
Plant-symbiotic fungi as chemical engineers: multi-genome analysis of the Clavicipitaceae reveals dynamics of alkaloid loci
CL Schardl, CA Young, U Hesse, SG Amyotte, K Andreeva, PJ Calie, ...
PLoS genetics 9 (2), e1003323, 2013
2472013
Villosiclava virens gen. nov., comb. nov., the teleomorph of Ustilaginoidea virens, the causal agent of rice false smut
E Tanaka, T Ashizawa, R Sonoda, C Tanaka
Mycotaxon 106 (1), 491-501, 2008
131*2008
Host jumping onto close relatives and across kingdoms by Tyrannicordyceps (Clavicipitaceae) gen. nov. and Ustilaginoidea_(Clavicipitaceae)
RM Kepler, GH Sung, Y Harada, K Tanaka, E Tanaka, T Hosoya, ...
American Journal of Botany 99 (3), 552-561, 2012
692012
Phenylpropanoid amides of serotonin accumulate in witches' broom diseased bamboo
E Tanaka, C Tanaka, N Mori, Y Kuwahara, M Tsuda
Phytochemistry 64 (5), 965-969, 2003
672003
PCR‐based Specific Detection of Ustilaginoidea virens and Ephelis japonica
YL Zhou, K Izumitsu, R Sonoda, T Nakazaki, E Tanaka, M Tsuda, ...
Journal of Phytopathology 151 (9), 513-518, 2003
622003
Multiple locus genealogies and phenotypic characters reappraise the causal agents of apple ring rot in China
C Xu, C Wang, L Ju, R Zhang, AR Biggs, E Tanaka, B Li, G Sun
Fungal Diversity 71 (1), 215-231, 2015
272015
Ophiocordyceps pulvinata sp. nov., a pathogen with a reduced stroma
RM Kepler, Y Kaitsu, E Tanaka, S Shimano, JW Spatafora
Mycoscience 52 (1), 39-47, 2011
272011
Simple transformation of the rice false smut fungus Villosiclava virens by electroporation of intact conidia
E Tanaka, T Kumagawa, C Tanaka, H Koga
Mycoscience, 1-5, 2011
242011
Phylogenetic study of clavicipitaceous fungi using acetaldehyde dehydrogenase gene sequences
E Tanaka, C Tanaka
Mycoscience 49 (2), 115-125, 2008
232008
Auxin Production by the Rice Blast Fungus and its Localization in Host Tissue
E Tanaka, H Koga, M Mori, M Mori
Journal of Phytopathology, 2011
192011
Indole-3-acetic acid biosynthesis in Aciculosporium take, a causal agent of witches' broom of bamboo
E Tanaka, C Tanaka, A Ishihara, Y Kuwahara, M Tsuda
Journal of general plant pathology 69 (1), 1-6, 2003
192003
Species separation in Curvularia “geniculata” group inferred from Brn1 gene sequences
G Sun, S Oide, E Tanaka, K Shimizu, C Tanaka, M Tsuda
Mycoscience 44 (3), 239-244, 2003
182003
A Brief Chronicle of the Genus Cordyceps Fr., the Oldest Valid Genus in Cordycipitaceae (Hypocreales, Ascomycota)
B Shrestha, E Tanaka, JG Han, J Oh, SK Han, KH Lee, GH Sung
Mycobiology 42 (2), 93-99, 2014
172014
HeteroepichloŽ, gen. nov.(Clavicipitaceae; Ascomycotina) on bamboo plants in East Asia
E Tanaka, C Tanaka, A Gafur, M Tsuda
Mycoscience 43 (2), 87-93, 2002
172002
Host range of Aciculosporium take, the causal agent of witches' broom of bamboo plants
M Tsuda
Bull Natn Sci Mus, Tokyo, Ser B 23, 25-34, 1997
151997
Specific in situ visualization of the pathogenic endophytic fungus Aciculosporium take, the cause of witches’ broom in bamboo
E Tanaka
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75, 4829-4834, 2009
142009
Comparative Genomics of Taphrina Fungi Causing Varying Degrees of Tumorous Deformity in Plants
IJ Tsai, E Tanaka, H Masuya, R Tanaka, Y Hirooka, R Endoh, N Sahashi, ...
Genome biology and evolution 6 (4), 861-872, 2014
132014
Isolation of basidiomycetous anamorphic yeast-like fungus Meira argovae found on Japanese bamboo
E Tanaka, K Shimizu, Y Imanishi, F Yasuda, C Tanaka
Mycoscience 49 (5), 329-333, 2008
132008
Colonization of the vegetative stage of rice plants by the false smut fungus Villosiclava virens, as revealed by a combination of species‐specific detection methods
E Tanaka, T Kumagawa, N Ito, A Nakanishi, Y Ohta, E Suzuki, N Adachi, ...
Plant Pathology 66 (1), 56-66, 2017
112017
Coleopteran and Lepidopteran Hosts of the Entomopathogenic Genus Cordyceps sensu lato
B Shrestha, E Tanaka, MW Hyun, JG Han
Journal of Mycology 2016 (Article ID 7648219), 2016
112016
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