Yuuki Kodama, Paramecium bursaria, Chlorella, Endosymbiosis

Publications

Publications

2014

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Symbiotic Chlorella variabilis incubated under constant dark condition for 24 hours loses ability to avoid digestion by host lysosomal enzymes in digestive vacuoles of host ciliate Paramecium bursaria. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, Vol. 90, 946–955, 2014. (Published online date 10 Nov 2014) DOI: 10.1111/1574-6941.12448 PDF

Y. Kodama , H. Suzuki, H. Dohra, M. Sugii, T. Kitazume, K. Yamaguchi, S. Shigenobu, and M. Fujishima: Comparison of gene expression of Paramecium bursaria with and without Chlorella variabilis symbionts. BMC Genomics, 15:183, 2014. Doi: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-183 (YK and HS, equal contributors) PDF

M. Fujishima and Y. Kodama: Insights into the Paramecium-Holospora and Paramecium-Chlorella symbioses. In, Cilia/flagella and ciliates/flagellates, (Eds.) Hausmann K., Radek R., Schweizerbart Science Publisher, Stuttgart, pp. 203-227, 2014.

2013

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Synchronous Induction of Detachment and Reattachment of Symbiotic Chlorella spp. from the Cell Cortex of the Host Paramecium bursaria. Protist, Vol. 164, 660–672, 2013. (Published online date 31 July 2013) Doi: 10.1016/j.protis.2013.07.001 PDF

Y. Kodama: Localization of attachment area of the symbiotic Chlorella variabilis of the ciliate Paramecium bursaria during the algal removal and reinfection. Symbiosis, Vol. 60, 25–36, 2013. (Published online date 6 March 2013) PDF

2012

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Cell division and density of symbiotic Chlorella variabilis of the ciliate Paramecium bursaria is controlled by the host’s nutritional conditions during early infection process. Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 14(10), 2800–2811, 2012 (Published online date 4 June 2012) PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Characteristics of the digestive vacuole membrane of the alga-bearing ciliate Paramecium bursaria. Protist, Vol. 163, 658–670, 2012 (Published online date 16 December 2011) PDF

M. Fujishima and Y. Kodama: Endosymbionts in Paramecium. European Journal of Protistology, Vol. 48, 124–137, 2012 (Published online date 6 December 2011) PDF

2011

Y. Kodama, I. Inouye, and M. Fujishima: Symbiotic Chlorella vulgaris of the Ciliate Paramecium bursaria plays an important role in maintaining perialgal vacuole membrane functions. Protist, Vol. 162, 288–303, 2011 (Published online date 29 September 2010) PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Endosymbiosis of Chlorella species to the ciliate Paramecium bursaria alters the distribution of the host's trichocysts beneath the host cell cortex. Protoplasma, Vol. 248, 325–337, 2011. (Published online date 28 June 2010) PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Review Four important cytological events needed to establish endosymbiosis of symbiotic Chlorella sp. to the alga-free Paramecium bursaria. Japan Journal of Protozoology, Vol. 44(1), 1–20, 2011. PDF

2010

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Induction of secondary symbiosis between the ciliate Paramecium and the green alga Chlorella. In, Current Research, Technology and Education Topics in Applied Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology, Antonio Mendez Vilas (ed.), Formatex Research Center, Volume 1, 95–102, 2010. (ISBN (13): 4-9901161-9-4 C3069) PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishim: Elucidation of establishment of secondary endosymbiosis as a driving force for biodiversity. In, Proceedings of Infrastructure and Environmental Management Symposium in Yamaguchi 2010, Miyamoto A. and Fujishima M. (eds.), Research Center for Environmental Safety (RCES), Yamaguchi University, 1–39, 2010. (ISBN 4-9901161-9-4 C3069)

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Secondary symbiosis between Paramecium and Chlorella cells. International Review of Cell and Molecular Biology, Volume 279, Jeon K.W. (ed.), Elsevier Inc., 33–77, 2010. (ISBN 978-0-12-381011-3) PDF

2009

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Infection process of symbiotic Chlorella species to Paramecium bursaria. In, Endosymbionts in Paramecium, Microbiology Monographs 12, Fujishima M (ed.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 31–55, 2009. PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Localization of perialgal vacuoles beneath the host cell surface is not a prerequisite phenomenon for protection from the host’s lysosomal fusion in the ciliate Paramecium bursaria. Protist, 160: 319–329, 2009. PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Timing of perialgal vacuole membrane differentiation from digestive vacuole membrane in infection of symbiotic algae Chlorella vulgaris of the ciliate Paramecium bursaria. Protist, 160: 65–74, 2009. PDF

2008

M. Fujishima and Y. Kodama: Environmental adaptation of Paramecium by endosymbionts and application to remediation of ecosystem. In, Proceedings of Infrastructure and Environmental Management Symposium in Yamaguchi 2008, Miyamoto A. and Fujishima M. (eds.), Research Center for Environmental Safety (RCES), Yamaguchi University, 2–15, 2008. (ISBN 4-9901161-9-4 C3060)

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Cycloheximide induces synchronous swelling of perialgal vacuoles enclosing symbiotic Chlorella vulgaris and digestion of the algae in the ciliate Paramecium bursaria. Protist, 159: 483–494, 2008. PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Establishment of endosymbiosis between unicellular Paramecium bursaria cells and green algae Chlorella cells. Japan Journal of Protozoology 41 (2), 117–132, 2008. In Japanese. PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Mini-review. Establishment of endosymbiosis between unicellular Paramecium bursaria cells and symbiotic Chlorella cells. Japan Journal of Protozoology 41 (1), 15–19, 2008. In Japanese. PDF

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Control mechanism for establishment of endosymbiosis between unicellular Paramecium bursaria cells and symbiotic Chlorella cells. Microscope, 43 (1), 60–63, 2008. In Japanese. PDF

2007

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Infectivity of Chlorella species for the ciliate Paramecium bursaria is not based on sugar residues of their cell wall components, but on their ability to localize beneath the host cell membrane after escaping from the host digestive vacuole in the early infection process. Protoplasma, 231: 55–63, 2007. PDF

Y. Kodama, M. Nakahara and M. Fujishima: Symbiotic alga Chlorella vulgaris of the ciliate Paramecium bursaria shows temporary resistance to host lysosomal enzymes during the early infection process. Protoplasma, 230: 61–67, 2007. PDF

2005

Y. Kodama and M. Fujishima: Symbiotic Chlorella sp. of the ciliate Paramecium bursaria do not prevent acidification and lysosomal fusion of the host digestive vacuoles during infection. Protoplasma, 225: 191–203, 2005. PDF

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