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article (author version)Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Takahashi, Yoshiya; Yui-Kurino, Rika; Mikami, Tetsuo; Kubo, TomohikoEvolutionary aspects of a unique internal mitochondrial targeting signal in nuclear-migrated rps19 of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.)-GENE-15-Mar-2013
article (author version)Kitazaki, Kazuyoshi; Kubo, Tomohiko; Kagami, Hiroyo; Matsumoto, Takuma; Fujita, Asami; Matsuhira, Hiroaki; Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Mikami, TetsuoA horizontally transferred tRNACys gene in the sugar beet mitochondrial genome: evidence that the gene is present in diverse angiosperms and its transcript is aminoacylated-The Plant Journal-Oct-2011
article (author version)Arakawa, Takumi; Ue, Sachiyo; Sano, Chihiro; Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Kagami, Hiroyo; Yoshida, Yu; Kuroda, Yosuke; Taguchi, Kazunori; Kitazaki, Kazuyoshi; Kubo, TomohikoIdentification and characterization of a semi-dominant restorer-of-fertility 1 allele in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris)-Theoretical and Applied Genetics-Jan-2019
article (author version)Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Nagano, Hironori; Mikami, Tetsuo; Kubo, TomohikoLarge 3' UTR of sugar beet rps3 is truncated in cytoplasmic male-sterile mitochondria-Plant Cell Reports-Feb-2011
article (author version)Kubo, Tomohiko; Kitazaki, Kazuyoshi; Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Kagami, Hiroyo; Mikami, TetsuoMale Sterility-Inducing Mitochondrial Genomes: How Do They Differ?-Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences-Jul-2011
article (author version)Kawanishi, Yuki; Shinada, Hiroshi; Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Masaki, Yusuke; Mikami, Tetsuo; Kubo, TomohikoA new source of cytoplasmic male sterility found in wild beet and its relationship to other CMS types-Genome-Apr-2010
article (author version)Kitazaki, Kazuyoshi; Arakawa, Takumi; Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Yui-Kurino, Rika; Matsuhira, Hiroaki; Mikami, Tetsuo; Kubo, TomohikoPost-translational mechanisms are associated with fertility restoration of cytoplasmic male sterility in sugar beet-The Plant Journal-4-Jul-2015
article (author version)Onodera, Yasuyuki; Arakawa, Takumi; Yui-Kurino, Rika; Yamamoto, Masayuki P; Kitazaki, Kazuyoshi; Ebe, Shigehiko; Matsunaga, Muneyuki; Taguchi, Kazunori; Kuroda, Yosuke; Yamashita, Shiko; Sakai, Tomoyuki; Kinoshita, Toshiro; Mikami, Tetsuo; Kubo, TomohikoTwo male sterility-inducing cytoplasms of beet (Beta vulgaris) are genetically distinct but have closely related mitochondrial genomes: implication of a substoichiometric mitochondrial DNA molecule in their evolution-Euphytica-Nov-2015
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