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NameSHIMONO Hiroyuki
AffiliationIwate University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant-bioscience
TitleAssociate Professor
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E-mail addressshimn@iwate-u.ac.jp
School Attended (except graduate school)
  1. Hokkaido University Faculty of Agriculture Agronomy
    • Classification of School : University
    • Year completed : Mar. 1996
    • Completion status : Graduated
Graduate School Attended, etc.
  1. Hokkaido University Graduate School, Division of Agriculture Agronomy
    • Course of Graduate School : Master Course
    • Year completed : Mar. 1998
    • Completion category : Completed
  2. Hokkaido University Graduate School, Division of Agriculture Agronomy
    • Course of Graduate School : Doctor Course
    • Year completed : Mar. 2003
    • Completion category : Accomplished credits for doctoral program
Degree
  1. Doctor (Agriculture)
    • Degree Field : Agronomy/weed studies
    • Degree Acquisition University : Hokkaido University
    • Acquisition year : 30 Jun. 2003
Employment Record in Research
  1. Iwate University Faculty of Agriculture Agro-bioscience (Abolition organization)
    • [Key Role] Research Associate (1 Apr. 2007 - 30 Nov. 2010)
  2. Iwate University Faculty of Agriculture Agro-bioscience (Abolition organization)
    • [Key Role] Associate Professor (1 Dec. 2010 - )
External Career
  1. National Agricultural Research Center for Tohoku Region
    • [Others] (1 May. 2003 - 31 Mar. 2004)
  2. National Agricultural Research Center for Tohoku Region
    • [Others] (1 Apr. 2004 - 31 Mar. 2005)
  3. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
    • [Others] (1 Apr. 2005 - 15 Mar. 2007)
  4. USDA-ARS, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center
    • [Visiting Scientist] (1 Apr. 2006 - 6 Mar. 2007)
  5. Australian National University
    • [Visiting fellow] (1 Sep. 2013 - 28 Feb. 2014)
  6. Science Council of Japan
    • [Others] (2 Oct. 2017 - 30 Sep. 2023)
Research Field keywords
  1. Low temperature stress
  2. Climate change
  3. Productivity
  4. Rice
  5. (It is not inputted)
  6. Cold damage
Message
Human can not live without food which is prodvided by cereal harvesting the solar energy in past, present and future. The purpose of research is to clarify the physiological and molecular mechanism for keeping crop productivity and for increase the productivity under a chaning climate.
I'm very enjoying our field studies for finding something new and important with students in each crop season. Thee topics are conducting mainly;
(1) Crop productivity and global change
(2) Cold damage in rice for inducing male sterility
(3) Improvement of photosynthesis

Searching for students and also for colabolators.
Research Career
  1. Quantitative evaluation of the effects of water temperature on rice growth and yield under cool climates( Apr. 1995~ Apr. 2003)
    • Keywords : Cool damate, Rice, Water temperature, Dry matter propuction, Photosynthesis, Similation model
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Agronomy/weed studies
    • Style of Research : It is determined uninstalled
    • Research Program : (It does not choose)
    • Contents of Research Career :
  2. Genotypic variations in yield resposnes to elevated CO2 in rice( May. 2003~ Mar. 2005)
    • Keywords : Climate change, CO2, Rice, Yield, Dry matter production, Photosynthesis
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Agronomy/weed studies
    • Style of Research : It is determined uninstalled
    • Research Program : (It does not choose)
    • Contents of Research Career :
  3. Effects of temperature before panicle initiation on spikelet steriltiy induced by cool temperature in rice( Apr. 2004~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Agronomy/weed studies
    • Style of Research : Collaboration in Japan
    • Research Program : (It does not choose)
    • Contents of Research Career :
  4. Role of root activity on leaf senescence accelerated by elevated CO2 in crops( Apr. 2005~ Mar. 2007)
    • Keywords : CO2, Senescence, Photosynthesis, Root
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Agronomy/weed studies
    • Style of Research : It is determined uninstalled
    • Research Program : (It does not choose)
    • Contents of Research Career :
  5. Autumn direct-seeding under cool climate in rice( Apr. 2008~)
    • Style of Research : Collaboration in Japan
    • Research Program :
  6. Screening for high responsive rice cultivars to elevated atmospheric CO2( Apr. 2009~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Agronomy/weed studiesBreeding studiesPlant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program :
  7. QTL for controlling cold tolerance at booting stage( Apr. 2011~ Mar. 2013)
    • Keywords : cold tolerance, ,
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Agronomy/weed studiesBreeding studiesPlant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program : Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
    • Contents of Research Career :
      Rice productivity in cool climate has been limited by male sterility induced by low temperature at the booting stage. This study clarifed QTL related the high cold tolerance and physiological mechanism.
  8. Screening for high photosynthesis mutants in rice( Nov. 2011~)
    • Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification) :
      Breeding studiesAgronomy/weed studiesPlant physiology/molecule
    • Style of Research : Individual
    • Research Program :
Research Achievement (Published Thesis)
  1. Rice yield enhancement by elevated CO2 is reduced in cool weather. [Global Change Biology, 14, ( Feb. 2008), pp.276-284]
  2. Impact of global warming on yield fluctuation in rice in the northern part of Japan [Japanese Journal of Crop Science, 77(4), ( Oct. 2008), pp.489-497] Hiroyuki Shimono
  3. Acclimation of nitrogen uptake capacity of rice to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration [Annals of Botany, 103, ( Jan. 2009), pp.87-94]
  4. Genotypic variation in rice yield enhancement by elevated CO2 relates to growth before heading, and not to maturity group [Journal of Experimental Botany, 60(2), ( Feb. 2009), pp.523-532]
  5. Effect of panicle removal on photosynthetic acclimation under elevated CO2 in rice [Photosynthetica, 48(4), ( Dec. 2010), pp.530-536]
  6. Does regional temperature difference before the panicle initiation affect the tolerance for low temperature-induced sterility in rice? [Plant Production Science, 11(4), ( Oct. 2008), pp.430-433]
  7. Low temperature-induced sterility in rice: Evidence for the effects of temperature before panicle initiation [Field Crops Research, 101(2), (5 Mar. 2007), pp.221-231]
  8. Modeling the effects of water temperature on rice growth and yield under a cool climate. I. Model development. [Agronomy Journal, 99, (10 Sep. 2007), pp.1327-1337]
  9. Modeling the effects of water temperature on rice growth and yield under a cool climate. II. Model application. [Agronomy Journal, 99, (10 Sep. 2007), pp.1338-1344]
  10. Lodging in rice can be alleviated by atmospheric CO2 enrichment [Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 118(1-4), ( Jan. 2007), pp.223-230]
  11. Modeling spikelet sterility induced by low temperature in rice (Oryza sativa L.) [Agronomy Journal, 94, (19 Oct. 2005), pp.1524-1536]
  12. Effects of elevated CO2 on floral sterility of rice plants caused by low temperature [Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, 60(5), ( Jan. 2005), pp.589-592]
  13. Response of leaf photosynthesis and plant water status in rice to low water temperature at different growth stages [Field Crops Research, 89(1), (10 Sep. 2004), pp.71-83]
  14. Response of growth and grain yield in paddy rice to cool water at different growth stages [Field Crops Research, 73(2-3), ( Jan. 2002), pp.67-79]
  15. Quantitative expression of developmental processes as a function of water temperature in rice (Oryza sativa L.) under a cool climate [Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture Hokkaido University, 70, ( Mar. 2001), pp.29-40]
  16. Diurnal and seasonal variations in stomatal conductance of rice at elevated atmospheric CO2 under fully open-air conditions. [Plant, Cell and Environment, 33, ( Mar. 2010), pp.322-331]
  17. Can the cropping schedule of rice be adapted to changing climate? A case study in cool areas of northern Japan. [Field Crops Research, 118, (1 May. 2010), pp.126-134]
  18. Extraordinary hot summer in Hokkaido decrease rice yield and satisfy growing of cultivar in Tohoku region "Hitomebore". [Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, 67, (1 Apr. 2011), pp.269-274]
  19. Genotypic variation in rice cold tolerance responses during reproductive growth as a function of water temperature during vegetative growth [Crop Science, 51, ( Jan. 2011), pp.290-297]
  20. Effect of high water temperature during vegetative growth on rice growth and yield under a cool climate [Field Crops Research, 121, ( Jan. 2011), pp.88-95]
  21. Rice genotypes that respond strongly to elevated CO2 also respond strongly to low planting density. [Agricultural, Ecosystems and Environment, 141, (16 Apr. 2011), pp.240-243]
  22. Earlier rice phenology as a result of climate change can increase the risk of cold damage during reproductive growth in northern Japan [Agricultural, Ecosystems and Environment , 144, (1 Apr. 2011), pp.201-207]
  23. Effects of autum direct-sowing on rice growth and yield under cool climates. [Japanese Journal of Crop Science, 81, (1 Apr. 2012), pp.93-98]
  24. Factors responsible for regional variation of cold tolerance in rice in northern Japan. [Japanese Journal of Crop Science, 81, (1 Apr. 2012), pp.190-193] Kanda, E., Kimura, T., Oikawa, A., Ookawa, S., Sasaki, J. Asano, M., Sato, Y., Kon, K., Fujii, H., Fujimura, S., Suzuki, Y., Hamasaki, T., Nemoto, M. and Shimono, H.*
  25. Nitrogen uptake by rice (Oryza sativa L.) exposed to low water temperatures at different growth stages. [Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science , 198, (1 Apr. 2012), pp.145-151]
  26. Water temperatures during vegetative growth affect cold tolerance at booting stage of rice under controlled environmental conditions. [Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, (1 Apr. 2012)]
  27. Interactive effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 and waterlogging on vegetative growth of soybean (Glycine max). [Plant Production Science, 15, (1 Apr. 2012), pp.238-245]
  28. Do Zambian smallholders choose the optimal sowing date for high maize productivity? [Tropical Agriculture and Development, (1 Apr. 2012)]
  29. Cold tolerance for sterility induced by low temperature at booting stage can be improved by warmer temperature during vegetative growth [Clim. Bios., 12, (1 Apr. 2012), pp.1-5]
  30. Risk map for cool injury inducing spikelet sterility by low temperature at booting stage in rice with taking into account for growth stage and temperature before the booting stage in Tohoku region, Japan. [Clim. Bios., 12, (1 Apr. 2012), pp.6-11] Shimono, H.* and Kanno, H.
  31. Interactive effects of soil salinity and temperature on vegetative growth of rice suffered from TSUNAMI in 2011. [Japanese Journal of Crop Science, (1 Apr. 2012)] Shimono, H.*, Kumagai, E., Kiminarita, N., Ito, M. and Takahashi, Y.
  32. Food Security and Climate Change: On the potential to adapt global crop production by active selection to rising atmospheric carbon dioxide. [Proceedings of the Royal Society (B), 279(1745), (1 Apr. 2012), pp.4097-4105] Ziska, L.H.*, Bunce, J.A., Shimono, H., Gealy, D.R., Baker, J.T., Newton, P.C.D., Reynolds, M.P., Jagadish, K.S.V., Zhu, C., Howden, M. and Wilson, L.T.
  33. Poor grain growth in rice under high temperatures affected by water temperature during vegetative stage [Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, (1 Apr. 2012)] Shimono, H., and Ishii, A.
  34. Variation of sterility induced by cool-irrigation tolerance test caused by years and period of cool irrigation in rice cultivars [Japanese Journal of Crop Science, (1 Apr. 2012)] Abe, A., Oikawa, A. and Shimono, H.*
  35. Plasticity of rice tiller production is related to genotypic variation in the biomass response to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration and low temperatures during vegetative growth. [Environmental and Experimental Botany, (1 Apr. 2012)] Shimono, H.*, and Okada, M.
  36. (It is not inputted) [144, (30 Mar. 2013), pp.11-18]
  37. (It is not inputted) [(1 Apr. 2013)]
  38. Application of a process-based biogeochemistry model, DNC-Rice, on a rice field under free-air CO2enrichment (FACE) [Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, (27 Jul. 2013)] (38) Fumoto, T.*, Hasegawa, T., Cheng, W., Hoque, M.M., Yamakawa, Y., Shimono, H., Kobayashi, K., Okada, M., Li, C. and Yagi, K.
  39. Planting geometry as a pre-screening technique for identifying CO2 responsive rice genotypes: A case study of panicle number. [Physiologia Plantarum, (1 Apr. 2014)] Shimono, H.*, Okzaki, Y., Jagadish, K., Sakai, H., Usui, Y., Hasegawa, T., Nakano, H. and Yoshinaga, S.
  40. Genotypic variation in the response to high water temperature during vegetative growth and the effects on rice productivity under a cool climate. [Field Crops Research, (1 Apr. 2014)] Horai, K., Ishii, A., Shimono, H.*
  41. Food Production Capacity of Japan [Japanese Journal of Crop Science, 83, (1 Apr. 2014), pp.341-351] Hiroyuki Shimono
  42. Cooling water before panicle initiation increases chilling-induced male sterility and disables chilling-induced expression of genes encoding OsFKBP65 and heat shock proteins in rice spikelets. [Plant, Cell and Environments, (1 Apr. 2015)] Suzuki, K, Aoki, N., Matsumura, H., Okamura, M., Ohsugi, R, and Shimono, H.
  43. Phenotypic plasticity conditions the response of soybean seed yield to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration. [Plant Physiology, (1 Oct. 2015)] Kumagai, E., Aoki, N., Masuya, Y., and Shimono, H.
  44. Combining mapping of physiological quantitative trait loci and transcriptome for cold tolerance for counteracting male sterility induced by low temperatures during reproductive stage in rice. [(1 Mar. 2016)] Shimono, H., Abe, A., Aoki, N., Koumoto, T., Sato, M., Yokoi, S., Kuroda, E., Endo, T., Saeki, K. and Nagano, K.
  45. Effects of salt and low light intensity during the vegetative stage on susceptibility of rice to male sterility induced by chilling stress during the reproductive stage [Plant Production Science, (1 Apr. 2016)] Koumoto, T., Saito, N., Aoki, N., Iwasaki, T., Kawai, S., Yokoi, S. and Shimono, H.
  46. Finlay-Wilkinson’s regression coefficient as a pre-screening criterion for yield responsiveness to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration in crops [Physiologia Plantarum, (18 Apr. 2016)] Kumagai, E., Homma, K., Kuroda, E. and Shimono, H.
  47. Mining a yield-trial database to identify high-yielding cultivars by simulation modeling: a case study for rice [Journal of Agricultural Meteorology, (19 Jul. 2016)] Masuya, Y. and Shimono, H.
  48. Effects of elevated CO2 concentration on growth and photosynthesis of Chinese yam under different temperature regimes. [Plant Production Science, (15 Feb. 2017)] Thinh, N.C., Shimono, H., Kumagai, E. and Kawasaki, M.
  49. Genome-Wide association mapping for phenotypic plasticity in rice. [Plant Cell & Environment, (14 Mar. 2017)] Kikuchi, S., Bheemanahall, R., Jagadish, S.V., Kumagai, E., Masuya, Y., Kuroda, E., Raghavan, C., Dingkuhn, M., Abe, A. and Shimono, H.
  50. Effects of planting density on grain yield and quality of rice cultivars in Aomori Prefecture [Jpn. J. Crop Sci, (16 Mar. 2017)] Kimura, T. and Shimono, H.
  51. Effects of elevated CO2 concentration on bulbil germination and early seedling growth in Chinese yam under different air temperatures. [Plant Production Science, (7 Jul. 2017)] Thinh, N.C., Kumagai, E. ,Shimono, H. and Kawasaki, M.
  52. Review: Male sterility induced by low temperature at the booting stage in rice [Jpn. J. Crop Sci., (8 Nov. 2017)] Shimono, H.
  53. Internal transport of CO2 from the root-zone to plant shoot is pH dependent [Physiologial Plantarum, (22 May. 2018)] Shimono, H., Kondo, M., Evans, J.R.
  54. Transgenerational effect of maternal growth environment on flowering date in rice (Oryza sativa L.). [Environmental and Experimental Botany, (12 Jul. 2018)] (55) Koumoto, T., Aoki, N., Hamasai, T., Shiga, S., Yokoi, S. and Shimono, H.
  55. Pre-screening from large populations as a tool for identifying e[CO2]-responsive genotypes in plants [Functional Plant Biology, (16 Aug. 2018)] (56) Shimono, H., Farquhar, G., Brookhouse, M., Bush, F.A., O’Grady, A., Tausz, M. and Pinkard, E.A.
Research Achievement (Book)
  1. Roots: The dynamic interface between plants and the earth [Kluwer Academic ( Jan. 2003)]
    • Classification of Books : The science book
  2. Global warming can not solve cold damage in rice [Nou Bun Kyou (16 Mar. 2012)] Shimono, H
    • Classification of Books : The academic book
Research Achievement (Review)
  1. (It is not inputted) [Yokendo, LTD., Agriculture and Horticulture, 82(6), (1 Jun. 2007), pp.661-666] Hiroyuki Shimono, Masumi Okada
    • Classification of Books or Thesis : Others
Oral Presentation
  1. Can global warming solve cold damge in rice?
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 8 Nov. 2007 - 9 Nov. 2007
    • All Speakers : Hiroyuki Shimono
  2. Impact of global warming on yield fluctuation in rice in the northern part of Japan
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 27 Mar. 2008 - 28 Mar. 2008
    • All Speakers : Hiroyuki Shimono
  3. Rice yield enhancement by elevated CO2 is reduced in cool weather
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 27 Mar. 2008 - 28 Mar. 2008
    • All Speakers : H. Shimono, M. Okada, Y. Yamakawa, H. Nakamura, K. Kobayashi, T. Hasegawa
  4. Developmental stage before the panicle initation affecting the cold tolerance for sterility induced by low temperature in rice
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 24 Sep. 2008 - 25 Sep. 2008
  5. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 5 Oct. 2008 - 9 Oct. 2008
  6. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : Mar. 2009
  7. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 31 Aug. 2009 - 9 Sep. 2009
  8. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 9 Oct. 2009
  9. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 30 Mar. 2010 - 31 Mar. 2010
  10. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 30 Mar. 2010 - 31 Mar. 2010
  11. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 30 Mar. 2011 - 31 Mar. 2011
  12. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The poster ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 27 Sep. 2011 - 30 Sep. 2011
Academic Awards Received
  1. (It is not inputted)
    • Awarded date : 30 Mar. 2010
  2. (It is not inputted)
    • Awarded date : 22 Nov. 2010
  3. Prize of the best paper2013, Japanese Society of Agricultural Meteorology
    • Awarded date : 19 Mar. 2014
    • All winners : Shimono, H., Suto, M., Nagano, K.
Academic Society Joined
  1. Crop Sicence Society of Japan (1 Apr. 1997)
  2. The American Society of Agronomy ( Apr. 2006)
  3. (It is not inputted) ( Apr. 2007)
  4. The Japanese Sciety of Plant Phyisologists (1 Apr. 2007 - 31 Mar. 2009)
  5. (It is not inputted) (1 Apr. 2013)
  6. (It is not inputted) (1 Apr. 2014)
Activities, such as a society and a committee
  1. Crop Sicence Society of Japan ( Apr. 2010 - Mar. 2012)
  2. Crop Sicence Society of Japan (1 Apr. 2007 - 31 Mar. 2008)
  3. Crop Sicence Society of Japan (1 Apr. 2012 - 31 Mar. 2014)
  4. (It is not inputted) Editor (J. Agric. Meteorol.)(1 Apr. 2013 - 31 Mar. 2017)
  5. (It is not inputted) (1 Apr. 2013)
  6. Crop Sicence Society of Japan Editor of Plant Production Science(1 Apr. 2014)
  7. (It is not inputted) (1 Apr. 2017 - 31 Mar. 2020)