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NameKen Sahara
AffiliationIwate University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant-bioscience
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Laboratory telephone number+81-19-621-6147
Laboratory FAX number+81-19-621-6147
Address020-8550 3-18-8, Ueda, Morioka
Degree
  1. phD
    • Degree Field : Applied entomology
    • Degree Acquisition University : Hokkaido University
    • Acquisition year : 25 Mar. 1997
External Career
  1. Hokkaido University
    • [Lecturer] (1 Aug. 2011 - 31 Mar. 2012)
  2. Hokkaido University
    • [Research Associate] (1 Apr. 2007 - 31 Jul. 2011)
  3. Hokkaido University
    • [Research Associate] (1 Jul. 1992 - 31 Mar. 2007)
Research Field (grants-in-aid-for-scientific-research classification)
  1. Applied entomology
Research Achievement (Published Thesis)
  1. FISH identification of Helicoverpa armigera and Mamestra brassicae chromosomes by BAC and fosmid probes. [Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, in press, (28 Apr. 2013)] Sahara K , Yoshido A, Shibata F, Fujikawa N, Okabe T, Tanaka-Okuyama M, Yasukochi Y
  2. Rapid turnover of the W chromosome in geographical populations of wild silkmoths, Samia cynthia ssp. [Chromosome Research, 21, ( Apr. 2013), pp.149-164] Yoshido A, Šíchová J, Kubíčková S, Marec F, Sahara K
  3. Neo-sex chromosomes and adaptive potential in tortricid pests. [The Proceedings National Academy of Sciences USA, 110, (23 Apr. 2013), pp.6931-6936] Nguyen P, Sýkorová M, Šíchová J, Kůta V, Dalíková M, Čapková Frydrychová R, Neven LG, Sahara K, Marec F
  4. EST sequencing and fosmid library construction in a non-model moth, Mamestra brassicae, for comparative mapping [Genome, in press, (29 Oct. 2012)] Kamimura M, Taetishi K, Tanaka-Okuyama M, Okabe T, Shibata F, Sahara K, Yasukochi Y
  5. Phenotypic grouping of 141 BmNPVs lacking viral gene sequences [Virus Research, 165(2), (6 May. 2012), pp.197-206] Ono C, Kamagata T, Taka H, Sahara K, Asano S, Bando H
  6. Sex chromosome evolution in moths and butterflies [Chromosome Research, 20(1), (21 Dec. 2011), pp.83-94] Sahara K, Yoshido A, Traut W
  7. Sex-linked pheromone receptor genes of the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis, are in tandem arrays. [PLoS ONE, 6(4), (22 Apr. 2011), pp.e18843-] Yasukochi Y, Miura N, Nakano R, Sahara K, Ishikawa Y
  8. Samia cynthia versus Bombyx mori: Comparative gene mapping between a species with a low-number karyotype and the model species of Lepidoptera. [Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 41, (15 Mar. 2011), pp.370-377] Yoshido A, Yasukochi Y, Sahara K
  9. Isolation of BAC clones containing conserved genes from libraries of three distantly related moths: A useful resource for comparative genomics of Lepidoptera. [Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology, ID 165894, (25 Nov. 2010)] Yasukochi Y, Tanaka-Okuyama M, Kamimura M, Nakano R, Naito Y, Ishikawa Y, Sahara K
  10. Isolation of the Thosea asigna virus (TaV) from the epizootic Setothosea asigna larvae collected in South Sumatra and a study on its pathogenicity to Limacodidae larvae in Japan. [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 79(3), (17 Nov. 2010), pp.117-124] Sugiharti M, Ono C, Ito T, Asano S, Sahara K, Yulia Pujiastuti Y, Bando H
  11. Silk threads function as an “adhesive cleaner” for nest space in a social spider mite. [Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278(1712), (10 Nov. 2010), pp.1653-1660] Kanazawa M, Sahara K, Saito Y
  12. Step-by-step evolution of neo-sex chromosomes in geographical populations of wild silkmoths, Samia cynthia ssp. [Heredity, 106(4), (28 Jul. 2010), pp.614-624] Yoshido A, Sahara K, Marec F, Matsuda Y
  13. Intramolecular proteolytic nicking and binding of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry8Da toxin in BBMVs of Japanese beetle. J Invertebr Pathol. [Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 105(3), (23 Jul. 2010), pp.243-247] Yamaguchi T, Sahara K, Bando H, Asano SI
  14. An HDAC inhibitor increases AcMNPV gene expression in mammalian cells. [Archives of Virology, 155(4), (27 Feb. 2010), pp.577-581] Fujita R, Ohtsuka D, Sahara K, Asano S, Bando H
  15. Evolutionary dynamics of rDNA clusters on chromosomes of moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera). [Genetica, 138(3), (17 Nov. 2009), pp.343-345] Nguyen P, Sahara K, Yoshido A, Marec F
  16. Extensive conserved synteny of genes between the karyotypes of Manduca sexta and Bombyx mori revealed by BAC-FISH mapping. [PLoS ONE, 4(10), (15 Oct. 2009), pp.e7465-] Yasukochi Y, Tanaka-Okuyama M, Shibata F, Yoshido A, Marec F, Wu C, Zhang H-B, Goldsmith MR, Sahara K
  17. Fertility restoration of cryopreserved semen by hyper ratio of apyrene sperm in Bombyx mori. [Applied Entomology and Zoology, 44(3), ( Aug. 2009), pp.413-417] Takemura Y, Sahara K, Mochida Y, Ohnuma A
  18. Molecular phylogeny of Stigmaeopsis, with special reference to speciation through host plant Shift. [Annals of the Entomological Society of Ameria, 102(3), ( May. 2009), pp.360-366] Sakagami T, Saito Y, Kongchuensin M, Sahara K
  19. Reprobing of multicolour FISH in preparations of lepidopteran chromosomes. [Zoological Science, 26(3), ( Mar. 2009), pp.187-190] Shibata F, Sahara K, Naito Y, Yasukochi Y
  20. Discovery of a novel Bacillus thuringiensis Cry8D protein and the unique toxicity of the Cry8D-class proteins against scarab beetles. [Journal of Invetebrate Pathology, 99(3), (5 Jun. 2008), pp.257-262] Yamaguchi T, Sahara K, Bando H, Asano SI
  21. Sex chromosomes and sex determination in Lepidoptera [Sexual Development, 1(6), (18 Jan. 2008), pp.332-346] Traut W, Sahara K, Marec F
  22. Conserved synteny of genes between chromosome 15 of Bombyx mori and a chromosome of Manduca sexta shown by five-color BAC-FISH. [Genome, 50(11), ( Nov. 2007), pp.1061-1065] Sahara K, Yoshido A, Marec F, Fuková I, Zhang H-B,Wu C, Goldsmith MR, Yasukochi Y
  23. Detection of gamma-tubulin in mitotic division of Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera) and Chortophaga viridifasciata (Orthoptera). [Zoological Science, 24(8), ( Aug. 2007), pp.781-786] Matsuda Y, Sahara K, Yasukochi Y, Yamashiki N
  24. Ecdysone response element in a baculovirus immediate-early gene, ie1, promoter. [Virus Research, 130(1-2), (20 Jul. 2007), pp.202-209] Kojima K, Oritani K, Nakatsukasa T, Asano S, Sahara K, Bando H.
  25. FISH analysis of the W chromosome in Bombyx mandarina and several other species of Lepidoptera by means of B. mori W-BAC probes. [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 76(1), ( Feb. 2007), pp.1-7] Yoshido A, Yasukochi Y, Marec F, Abe H, Sahara K
  26. The W chromosome detection in several lepidopteran species by genomic in situ hybridization (GISH). [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 75(3), ( Oct. 2006), pp.141-151] Yoshido A, Yamada Y, Sahara K
  27. Cloning and expression of two crystal protein genes, cry30Ba1 and cry44Aa1, obtained from a highly mosquitecidal strain, Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. entomocidus INA288. [Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 72(8), ( Aug. 2006), pp.5673-5676] Ito T, Ikeya T, Sahara K, Bando H, Asano S
  28. Apyrene sperm from the triploid donors restore fecundity of cryopreserved semen in Bombyx mori. [Journal of Insect Physiology, 52(10), (15 Jul. 2006), pp.1021-1026] Takemura Y, Sahara K, Mochida Y, Ohnuma A
  29. A second generation integrated map of the silkworm reveals synteny and conserved gene order between lepidopteran insects. [Genetics, 173(3), (17 Mar. 2006), pp.1319-1328] Yasukochi Y, Ashakumary LA, Baba K, Yoshido A, Sahara K
  30. Molecular cloning and chromosomal localization of the Bombyx Sex-lethal gene. [Genome, 49(3), ( Mar. 2006), pp.263-268] Niimi T, Sahara K, Oshima H, Yasukochi Y, Ikeo K, Traut W
  31. Phylogeny of the sex determining gene Sex-lethal in insects. [Genome, 49(3), ( Mar. 2006), pp.254-262] Traut W, Niimi T, Ikeo K, Sahara K
  32. Expression of Autographa californica multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus genes in mammalian cells and Upregulation of the host beta-actin gene. [Journal of Virology, 80(5), ( Mar. 2006), pp.2390-2395] Fujita R, Matsuyama T, Yamagishi J, Sahara K, Asano S, Bando H
  33. Partial deletions of the W chromosome due to reciprocal translocation in the silkworm Bombyx mori. [Insect Molecular Biology, 14(4), ( Aug. 2005), pp.339-352] Abe H, Seki M, Ohbayashi F, Tanaka N, Yamashita J, Fujii T, Yokoyama T, Takahashi M, Banno Y, Sahara K, Yoshido A, Ihara J, Yasukochi Y, Mita K, Ajimura M, Suzuki MG, Oshiki T and Shimada T
  34. Resolution of sex chromosome constitution by genomic in situ hybridization and fluorescence in situ hybridization with (TTAGG)n telomeric probe in some species of Lepidoptera. [Chromosoma, 114(3), (14 Jul. 2005), pp.193-202] Yoshido A, Marec F and Sahara K
  35. Inbreeding depression on female fecundity by genetic factors retained in small population of a male-haploid social mite. [Experimental and Applied Acarology, 36(1-2), ( May. 2005), pp.15-23] Mori K, Saito Y, Sakagami T, Sahara K
  36. Enhancement of cauliflower mosaic virus 35S promoter in insect cells infected with baculovirus. [Virus Research, 112(1-2), (25 Apr. 2005), pp.38-41] Abe T, Miyake N, Nishijima Y, Fujita R, Sahara K, Asano S, Bando H
  37. The Bombyx mori karyotype and the assignment of linkage groups. [Genetics, 170, (31 Mar. 2005), pp.675-685] Yoshido A, Bando H, Yasukochi Y, Sahara K
  38. Organization of the Hox gene cluster of the silkworm, Bombyx mori: a split of the Hox cluster in a non-Drosophila insect. [Development Genes and Evolution, 214(12), (14 Oct. 2004), pp.606-614] Yasukochi Y, Ashakumary LA, Wu C, Yoshido A, Nohata J, Mita K, Sahara K
  39. Use of RNAi technology to confer enhanced resistance to BmNPV on transgenic silkworms. [Archives of Virology, 149(10), ( Oct. 2004), pp.1931-1940] Isobe R, Kojima K, Matsuyama T, Quan G-X, Kanda T, Tamura T, Sahara K, Asano S-I, Bando H
  40. Roles of actin networks in peristaltic squeezing of sperm bundles in Bombyx mori. [Journal of Morphology, 259(1), ( Jan. 2004), pp.1-6] Sahara K and Kawamura N
  41. W-derived BAC probes as a new tool for identification of the W chromosome and its aberrations in Bombyx mori. [Chromosoma, 112(1), (24 Jun. 2003), pp.48-55] Sahara K, Yoshido A, Kawamura N, Ohnuma A, Abe H, Mita K, Oshiki T, Shimada T, Asano S, Bando H, Yasukochi Y
  42. Application of artificial insemination technique to eupyrene and/or apyrene sperm in Bombyx mori. [Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A-Comparative Experimental Biology, 297A(2), ( Jun. 2003), pp.196-200] Sahara K and Takemura Y
  43. Moth sex chromatin probed by comparative genomic hybridization (CGH). [Genome, 46(2), ( Apr. 2003), pp.339-342] Sahara K, Marec F, Eickhoff U, Traut W
  44. Function analysis of an immediate early gene, ie1, of Bombyx mori nucleopolyhedrovirus in mammalian cells. [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 72(2), (8 Jan. 2003), pp.87-94] Matsuyama T, Asano S, Sahara K, Bando H
  45. Glucose and ecdysteroid increase apyrene sperm production in in vitro cultivation of spermatocysts of Bombyx mori. [Journal of Insect Physiology, 49(1), ( Jan. 2003), pp.25-30] Kawamura N, Sahara K, Fugo H
  46. Use of an N-terminal half truncated IE1 as an antagonist of IE1, an essential regulatory protein in baculovirus. [Virus Research, 90(1-2), ( Dec. 2002), pp.253-261] Yamada Y, Matsuyama T, Quan GX, Kanda T, Tamura T, Sahara K, Asano S, Bando H
  47. Differences in diapause attributes between two forms distinguished by male-to-male aggression in a subsocial spider mite, Schizotetranychus miscanthi Saito. [Ecological Research, 17(6), (29 Oct. 2002), pp.645-653] Saito Y, Sakagami T, Sahara K
  48. In vitro cultivation of spermatocysts to matured sperm in the silkworm, Bombyx mori. [Developmet Growth and Differentiation, 44(4), ( Aug. 2002), pp.273-280] Kawamura N and Sahara K
  49. Cloning and expression of novel crystal protein genes cry39A and 39orf2 from Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. aizawai Bun1-14 encoding mosquitocidal proteins. [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 71(3), (30 May. 2002), pp.123-128] Ito T, Sahara K, Bando H, Asano S
  50. Double copulation of a female with sterile diploid and polyploid males recovers fertility in Bombyx mori. [Zygote, 10(1), ( Feb. 2002), pp.23-29] Sahara K and Kawamura N
  51. Antisense and double-strand RAN interferenece in a silkworm ovarian cell line. [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 71(1), (17 Dec. 2001), pp.43-47] Isobe R, Kojima K, Sahara K, Asano S, Bando H
  52. Meiotic pairing of sex chromosome fragments and its relation to atypical transmission of a sex-linked marker in Ephestia kuehniella (Insecta, Lepidoptera). [Heredity, 87(12), ( Dec. 2001), pp.659-671] Marec F, Tothov A, Sahara K, Traut W
  53. Analysis of the BmDNV-2 specific DNA polymerase and the common terminal sequence biding proteins [Journal of Sericurtural Science Japan, 70(2), (2 May. 2001), pp.103-108] Kojima K, Hirano A, Asano S, Sahara K, Bando H
  54. Significance of peristaltic squeezing of sperm bundles in the silkworm, Bombyx mori: Elimination of irregular eupyrene sperm nuclei of the triploid. [Zygote, 9(2), ( May. 2001), pp.159-166] Kawamura N, Yamashiki N, Saitoh H, Sahara K
  55. Comparison of dried-leaf powder of host plants as a component of an artificial diet for the wild silkworm, Antheraea yamamai Guerin-Menevile (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). [Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology, 45(2), (30 Mar. 2001), pp.94-98] Sahara K, Saito H, Kikuchi K, Yamada Y,Asano S, Bando H
  56. The peristaltic squeezing of sperm bundles at the late stage of spermatogenesis in the silkworm, Bombyx mori. [Journal of Morphology, 246(2), (31 Oct. 2000), pp.53-58] Kawamura N, Yamashiki N, Saitoh H, Sahara K
  57. PfDNV nonstructural proteins suppress viral RNA splicing [Journal of Sericultural Science Japan, 69(4), (24 Apr. 2000), pp.271-276] Yamagishi J, Asano S, Sahara K, Iizuka T, Bando H
  58. Inbreeding depression by resessive deleterious genes affecting female fecandity of a haplo-diploid mite. [Journal of Evolution Biology, 13(4), (15 Mar. 2000), pp.668-678] Saito Y, Sahara K, Mori K
  59. Analysis of proteins encoded in the bipartite genome of a new type of parvo-like virus isolated from silkworm. -Structual protein with DNA polymerase motifs- [Virus Research, 66(1), (27 Oct. 1999), pp.101-108] Hayakawa T, Kojima K, Nakagaki M, Sahara K, Asano S, Iizuka T, Bando H
  60. TTAGG telomeric repeats in chromosomes of some insects and other arthropods. [Chromosome Research, 7(6), (1 Jun. 1999), pp.449-460] Sahara K, Marec F, Traut W
  61. Toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. wuhanensis crystal protein to Bombyx mori and Spodoptera litura. [Journal of Sericultural Science Japan, 68(3), (12 Apr. 1999), pp.195-199] Pujiastuti Y, Asano S, Sahara K, Bando H, Iizuka T
  62. Molecular differentiation of sex chromosomes probed by comparative genomic hybridization. [Chromosoma, 108(3), (11 Feb. 1999), pp.173-180] Traut W, Sahara K, Otto TD, Marec F
  63. Two clinal trends in male-male aggressiveness in a subsocial spider mite. [Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 46, (30 Dec. 1998), pp.25-29] Saito Y and Sahara K
  64. Identification of cry1 genes from Bacillus thuringiensis strains which have activity against Spodoptera titula. [Journal of Sericultural Science Japan, 67(3), (30 Mar. 1998), pp.237-242] Asano S, Pujiastuti Y, Sahara K, Bando H, Iizuka T
  65. A mehod for chromosomal DNA preparation from a small number of mites. [Applied Entomology and Zoology, 32(3), ( Sep. 1997), pp.523-526] Sakagami T, Sahara K, Saito Y
  66. Novel Bacillus thuringiensis serovar aizawai strains isolated from mulberry leaves in Indonesia. [Applied Entomology and Zoology, 33(1), (29 Sep. 1997), pp.111-114] Rizali A, Asano S, Sahara K, Band H, Lay BW, Hastowo S, Iiazuka T
  67. Analysis of genetic information of an insect picorna-like virus, infectious flacherie virus of silkworm: evidence for evolutionary relationships among insect, mammalian and plant picorna(-like) viruses. [Archives of Virology, 143(1), (5 Aug. 1997), pp.127-143] Isawa H, AsanoS, Sahara K, Iizuka T, Bando H
  68. Detection if the silkworm-pathogenic virus genomes by PCR [Journal of Sericultural Scienices, 66(6), ( Jun. 1997), pp.477-483] Kageyasu S, Hayakawa T, Isawa H, Asano S, Sahara K, Iizuka T, Bando H
  69. Egg size of knobbed silkworm [Journal of Sericultural Science, 66(5), ( May. 1997), pp.364-366] Sahara K, Rao PRM, Yamada Y, Saito H, Asano S, Bando H, Iizuka T, Nakada T
  70. Survival rate and egg size features of first filial (F1) tetraploid silkworm from tetraploid parants [Journal of Sericultural Science, 66(5), ( May. 1997), pp.341-345] Sahara K, Yamada Y, Saitoh H, Nakada T, Asano S, Bando H, Kawamura N, Iizuka T
  71. Origin of the gene in the newly discovered large egg mutant of Bombyx mori. [Journal of Sericultural Science Japan, 66(4), ( Apr. 1997), pp.261-265] Sahara K, Kawamura N, Iizuka T, Doira H
  72. A new molecular technique for determining the sex of Harmonia axyridis. [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 84, ( Feb. 2015), pp.9-15] Gotoh H, Nishikawa H, Sahara K, Yaginuma T, Niimi T
  73. Dynamic karyotype evolution and unique sex determination systems in Leptidea wood white butterflies. [15(89), (19 May. 2015)] Šíchová J, Voleníková A, Dincă V, Nguyen P, Vila R, Sahara K, Marec F
  74. Mapping and recombination analysis of two moth colour mutations, Black moth and Wild wing spot, in the silkworm Bombyx mori. [Heredity, 116, ( Jan. 2016), pp.52-59] Ito K, Katsuma S, Kuwazaki S, Jouraku A, Fujimoto T, Sahara K, Yasukochi Y, Yamamoto K, Tabunoki H, Yokoyama T, Kadono-Okuda K, Shimada T
  75. A FISH-based chromosome map for the European corn borer yields insights into ancient chromosomal fusions in the silkworm. [Heredity, 116, ( Jan. 2016), pp.75-83] Yasukochi Y, Ohno M, Shibata F, Jouraku A, Nakano R, Ishikawa Y, Sahara K
  76. XX/XY System of Sex Determination in the Geophilomorph Centipede Strigamia maritima [PLoSONE, 11(2), (26 Feb. 2016), pp.e0150292-] Jack E. Green, Martina Dalíková, Ken Sahara, František Marec, Michael Akam
  77. The fate of W chromosomes in hybrids between wild silkmoths, Samia cynthia ssp.: no role in sex determination and reproduction [Hredity, 116, ( Apr. 2016), pp.424-433] A Yoshido, F Marec, K Sahara
  78. Fissions, fusions, and translocations shaped the karyotype and multiple sex chromosome constitution of the northeast-Asian wood white butterfly, Leptidea amurensis [Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 118, ( May. 2016), pp.457-471] JINDRA SICHOVA, MIZUKI OHNO, VLAD DINCA, MICHIHITO WATANABE, KEN SAHARA, FRANTISEK MAREC
  79. Variation in nesting behavior of eight species of spider mites, Stigmaeopsis having sociality [Science of Nature, 103, (1 Oct. 2016), pp.87-] Yutaka Saito, Yan-Xuan Zhang, Kotaro Mori, Katsura Ito, Yukie Sato, Anthony R. Chittenden, Jian-Zhen Lin, Younghae Chae, Takane Sakagami, Ken Sahara
  80. A history of chromosome identification in Bombyx mori [Chromosome Science, 19, ( Apr. 2017), pp.3-9] Ken Sahara, Atsuo Yoshido, Yuji Yasukochi
  81. Relative humidity and maintenance of p50 silkworms reared on artificial diet. [Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 86, (1 Apr. 2017), pp.43-47] Yuri K, Sahara K
  82. Inheritance of cocoon color mutation and heterosis in Antheraea yamamai. [Journal of Wild Silkworm & Silk, 20, ( Oct. 2017), pp.57-61] Yamada Y, Asano S, Bando H, Sahara K
  83. Feminizing Wolbachia endosymbiont disrupts maternal sex chromosome inheritance in a butterfly species. [Evolution Letters, 1(5), ( Oct. 2017), pp.232-244] Kageyama D, Ohno M, Sasaki T, Yoshido A, Konagaya T, Jouraku A, Kuwazaki S, Kanamori H, Katayose Y, Narita S, Miyata M, Riegler M, Sahara K
  84. Conservation and lineage-specific rearrangements in the GOBP/PBP gene complex of distantly related ditrysian Lepidoptera. [PLoS ONE, 13(2), ( Feb. 2018), pp.e0192762-] Yasukochi Y, Yang B, Fujimoto T, SaharaK, Matsuo T, Ishikawa Y
  85. Unique sex determination system in the silkworm, Bombyx mori: current status and beyond. [The Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series B , 94(5), ( May. 2018), pp.205-216] Katsuma S, Kiuchi T, Kawamoto M, Fujimoto T, Sahara K
Research Achievement (Book)
  1. Natural History of Silk (in Japanese) [Kaiyu-sha (25 Sep. 2012)] Saito Y, Sahara K eds
    • Classification of Books : The academic book
  2. Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera [CRC press (8 Sep. 2009)] Goldsmith M, Marec F eds
    • Classification of Books : The academic book
  3. Molecular Entomology (in Japanese) [Kyoritsu Shuppan (25 Aug. 2009)] Kamimura M, Hinomoto N, Kasai S, Takauchi H, Hatakeyama M, Ishibashi J eds.
    • Classification of Books : The academic book
  4. Future Biological Sciences: Listen from Insect [Kinugasa-Kai (6 Jun. 2009)] Hayashi Y, Ohtsuki Y, Matsumoto T, Masui H, Fujii H, Sugimura N, Yajima M, Furusawa T eds.
    • Classification of Books : The academic book
  5. Chapter 6; Silkmoths (Lepidoptera). In. Protocols for cytogenetic mapping of arthropod genomes. [CRC press (20 Nov. 2014)]
    • Classification of Books : The science book
Research Achievement (Review)
  1. (It is not inputted) [84, ( Mar. 2015), pp.37-49]
    • Classification of Books or Thesis : academic journal
Oral Presentation
  1. (It is not inputted)
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 4 Aug. 2012 - 5 Aug. 2012
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    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 9 Mar. 2014 - 10 Mar. 2014
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    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 17 May. 2014 - 18 May. 2014
  4. Sex chromosome turnover in Samia cynthia subspecies
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 15 Jun. 2014
    • All Speakers : Ken Sahara, Atsuo Yoshido, Yuji Yasukochi
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    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 18 Oct. 2014 - 19 Oct. 2014
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    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 24 Oct. 2014 - 25 Oct. 2014
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    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 26 Mar. 2015 - 28 Mar. 2015
  8. Sex chromosome turnover in a wild silkmoth
    • Type of Presentation : The symposium workshop panel ( public offering )
    • Date of Presentation : 29 Apr. 2015 - 1 May. 2015
    • All Speakers : Ken Sahara, Atsuo Yoshido, Yuji Yasukochi
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    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 26 Sep. 2015 - 27 Sep. 2015
  10. Sex chromosome evolution in Lepidoptera
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( invitation)
    • Date of Presentation : 25 Sep. 2016
    • All Speakers : Ken Sahara
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    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 21 Mar. 2017 - 22 Mar. 2017
  12. A fate of sex chromosomes and its partners in sex-limited yellow cocoon (Sy) strain of Bombyx mori
    • Type of Presentation : The oral ( generality )
    • Date of Presentation : 4 Jul. 2018 - 5 Jul. 2018
    • All Speakers : Ken Sahara, Yukina Matsumoto, Atsuo Yoshido, Munetaka Kawamoto, Yuji Yasukochi, Yu Kaneko
Academic Awards Received
  1. Japan Prize of Agricultural Sciences, Achievement Award for Young Scientists
    • Awarded date : 27 Nov. 2006
    • All winners : Sahara K
  2. Achievement Award for Young Scientists in Japanese Society of Sericultural Science
    • Awarded date : 1 Apr. 1997
    • All winners : Sahara K
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    • Awarded date : 31 Oct. 2014
  4. The prize for the Society of Chromosome Research
    • Awarded date : 29 Apr. 2015
    • All winners : Ken Sahara
  5. (It is not inputted)
    • Awarded date : 17 Mar. 2016
Academic Society Joined
  1. (It is not inputted) (1 Jan. 1989)
  2. (It is not inputted) (1 Jan. 2000)
  3. (It is not inputted) (1 Oct. 2008)
  4. The Japanese Society for Wild Silkmoths (1 Apr. 2000)