國府方 吾郎 Goro Kokubugata

論文

  • Ito, T., M. Goto, H. Nakano & G. Kokubugata, 2020. A new species of succulent plants from the Muko-jima group of the Bonin Islands, Japan: Sedum mukojimense (Crassulaceae). Phytotaxa 450 (2): 188–198.
  • Ito, T., C.-C. Yu, M. Yokota & G. Kokubugata, 2020. Sedum formosanum subsp. miyakojimense (Crassulaceae), a new subspecies from Miyako-jima Island of the Ryukyu Islands, Japan: Phytokey: 148: 51–70.
  • Atkins, H. J., L. C. G. Bramley, M. A. Johnson, A. Kartonegoro, K. Nishii, G. Kokubugata, M. Möller & M. Hughes, 2020. A molecular phylogeny of Southeast Asian Cyrtandra (Gesneriaceae) supports an emerging paradigm for Malesian plant biogeography. Frontiers of Biogeography 12 (1): e44814.
  • Nishii, K., G. Kokubugata, M. Möller & H. J. Atkins, 2019. Notes on Cyrtandra (Gesneriaceae) from Japan, Taiwan and Batan Island (Philippines). Edinburgh Journal of Botany 76: 333-344.
  • Tamura, S., M.-H. Kwak, G. Kokubugata, C.-H. Park, B.-Y. Lee, T. Fukuda, E. Petrunenko, I. Koksheeva, E. Pimenova, P. Krestov, S. Bondarchuk, J.-S. Ma, H.-C. Zhou, H. Tsuboi, Y. Nishikawa, T. Shimamurak, H. Fujita & K. Nakamura, 2019. Two-way migration of Lychnis wilfordii caused by the circular landform of Japan-Korea-northeast China-Russian Far East region and its suggestion for conservation in northeast Asia. bioRxiv https://doi.org/10.1101/857227.
  • Kokubugata, G., T. Ito, Y. Hirayama, N. Murakami, M. L. Labuguen, A. Lopez-Feliciano & M. Yokota, 2019. Three independent migrations of Dodonaea viscosa (Sapindaceae) to Japan Archipelago revealed by molecular data. Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Series B, 45: 137–145.
  • Kokubugata, G.*, K. Nakamura, W. Kuo, Z. Qi, K. Chung, C. Fu, Y. Suzuki & M. Yokota, 2019. Reappraisal of Tashiroea as a genus independent of Bredia (Melastomataceae) based on molecular data. Phytotaxa 387 (1): 75-83.
  • Kokubugata, G., Y. Suzuki and M. Yokota, 2019. Molecular evidence for hybridization events involved in the origin of Ardisia walkeri (Primulaceae) revealed by nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence data. Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Series B 45 (1): 9–17.
  • Ito, T., C.-C. Yu, & G. Kokubugata*, 2018. Reconsiderations of distribution and taxonomic status of infraspecific taxa in Sedum japonicum (Crassulaceae) based on morphological and molecular data. Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Series B 44 (2): 73–83.
  • Ito, T., H. Nakanishi, Y. Chichibu, K. Minoda & G. Kokubugata, 2017. Sedum danjoense (Crassulaceae), a new species of succulent plants from the Danjo Islands in Japan. Phytotaxa 309 (1): 23–34.
  • Ito, T., C.-C. Yu, K. Nakamura, K.-F. Chung, Q.-E. Yang, C.-X. Fu, Z.-C. Qi & G. Kokubugata, 2017. Unique parallel radiations of high-mountainous species of the genus Sedum (Crassulaceae) on the continental island of Taiwan. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 113: 9–22.
  • Kokubugata, G. & M. Yokota, 2017. The chromosome numbers of four Gesneriaceae species native to Japan. Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Series B 43: 57–61.
  • Kokubugata, G., T. Ito & M. Yokota, 2016. Confirmation of the occurrence of Portulaca okinawensis var. amamiensis (Portulacaceae) in Kakeroma Island of the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan. Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Series B, 42: 67–71.
  • Abe, A., T. Nakasone & G. Kokubugata, 2016. Noteworthy collection records of Lipocarpha microcephala (Cyperaceae) and Polygala chinensis (Polygalaceae) from Kume Island of the Ryukyus, Japan. Bulletin of the National Museum of Nature and Science, Series B, 42: 73–76.
  • 國府方吾郎, 2016. 東南アジア各国における植物園の事情とABS に関する諸実情―第5回東南アジア植物園ネットワーク会議に参加して―. 日本植物園協会誌 51: 13–18.
  • Umemoto, H., C.-H. Park, C.-X. Fu, T. Ito, M. Yokota, G. Kokubugata, 2016. Taxonomic reconsideration of Celtis biondii var. insularis in the Miyako Island Group of the Ryukyus based on morphological and molecular data. The Journal of Phytogeography and Taxonomy 63: 67-75.
  • Kokubugata, G., H. Kato, D. Iamonico, H. Umemoto, T. Ito, K. Nakamura, N. Murakami and M. Yokota, 2015. Taxonomic reexamination of Portulaca boninensis (Portulacaceae) in the Bonin (Ogasawara) Islands of Japan using molecular and morphological data. Phytotaxa 217: 279–287.
  • Nakamura, K., T. Denda, G. Kokubugata, C.-J. Huang, C.-I Peng & M. Yokota, 2014. Phylogeny and biogeography of the Viola iwagawae-tashiroi species complex (Violaceae, section Plagiostigma) endemic to the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan. Plant Systematics and Evolution 300: 337-351.
  • Ito, T, R. Chen, Q. Yang, Y. Saito, M. Yokota & G. Kokubugata, 2014. Taxonomic reexamination of Sedum formosanum (Crassulaceae) in Japan, Taiwan and the Philippines based on molecular data. Journal of Phytogeography and Taxonomy 62: 1-9.
  • Ito, T, K. Nakamura, C.-H. Park, G.-P. Song, A. Maeda, Y. Tanabe & G. Kokubugata, 2014. Nuclear and plastid DNA data confirm that Sedum tosaense (Crassulaceae) has a disjunct distribution between Pacific mainland Japan and Jeju Island, Korea. Phytotaxa. 177: 221-230.
  • Nakamura, K., G. Kokubugata, R. R. Rubite, C.-J. Huang, Y. Kono, H.-A. Yang, A. Lopez-Feliciano, M. L. Labuguen, M. Yokota & C.-I Peng, 2014. In situ glacial survival in the northern limit of tropical insular Asia by a lowland herb Begonia fenicis (Begoniaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (London) 174: 305-325.
  • Nakamura, K., R. R. Rubite, G. Kokubugata, Y. Kono, M. Yokota & C.-I Peng, 2013. Limonium wrightii (Plumbaginaceae) from Batanes, the Philippines: a new generic record for Malesia. Phytotaxa 152: 56–58.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. Nakamura, Y. Hirayama & M. Yokota, 2013.Taxonomic reconsideration of Portulaca okinawensis (Portulacaceae) in the Ryukyus Archipelago based on morphological and molecular data. Phytotaxa 117: 11-22.
  • Kokubugata, G., Y. Saito, K. Nakamura, A. Lopez-Feliciano, M. L. Labuguen & Y. Hirayama & M. Yokota, 2013. Migration of Lobelia zeylanica (Campanulaceae) from Taiwan to the Ryukyu Archipelago Inferred from Chloroplast DNA Data. Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 39: 95-100.
  • Kokubugata, G. & M. Yokota, 2012. Host specificity of Cassytha filiformis and C. pergracilis (Lauraceae) in the Ryukyu Archipelago. Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 38: 47-53.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. Nakamura, P. I. Forster, G. W. Wilson, A. E. Holland, Y. Hirayama & M. Yokota, 2012. Cassytha pubescens and C. glabella (Lauraceae) are not disjunctly distributed between Australia and the Ryukyu Archipelago of Japan - evidence from morphological and molecular data. Australian Systematic Botany 25: 364-373.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. Nakamura, P. I. Forster, Y. Hirayama & M. Yokota, 2012. Antitropical distribution of Lobelia species (Campanulaceae) between the Ryukyu Archipelago of Japan and Oceania as indicated by molecular data. Australian Journal of Botany 60: 417-428.
  • Nakamura K, K.F. Chung, C.J. Huang, Y. Kono, G. Kokubugata & C.I Peng, 2012. Extreme habitats that emerged in the Pleistocene triggered divergence of weedy Youngia (Asteraceae) in Taiwan. Molecular Phylogentics and Evolusion 63: 486-99.
  • Kokubugata, G. & M. Yokota, 2012. Host specificity of Cassytha filiformis and C. pergracilis (Lauraceae) in the Ryukyu Archipelago. Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 38: 47-53.
  • Nakamura, K., T. Denda, G. Kokubugata, P. I. Forster, G. W. Wilson, C. Peng, M. Yokota, 2011. Molecular phylogeography reveals an antitropical distribution and local diversification of Solenogyne (Asteraceae) in the Ryukyu Archipelago of Japan and Australia. The Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 105: 197-217.
  • Kokubugata, G., T. Kurihara, Y. Hirayama & K. Obata, 2011. Molecular evidence for a natural hybrid origin of Ajuga × mixta (Lamiaceae) using ITS sequences. Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 37: 175-179.
  • 3Kokubugata, G., K. Nakamura, Y. Hirayama, C.-I Peng & M. Yokota, 2011. Taxonomic Reconsideration and Phylogeographic Implication for Nertera yamashitae (Rubiaceae). Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 37: 9-22.
  • Maki, M., G. Kokubugata & T. Yamashiro, 2010. Lack of allozyme diversity in populations of the endangered perennial Senecio scandens (Asteraceae) in Japan: comparison with a population in Taiwan. The Journal of phytogeography and taxonomy 58: 39-42.
  • Kokubugata, G., M. Yokota & M. Kato, 2010. Note on the taxonomy, biogeography and conservation of endangered plant spices in the Ryukyus. Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy 40: 193-201.
  • Saito, Y., M. Yokota & G. Kokubugata, 2010. Comparison of ribosomal DNA distribution patterns on somatic Chromosomes between Aster miyagii and Erigeron thunbergii (Asteraceae). Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 36: 13-20.
  • Nakamura, K., T. Denda, G. Kokubugata, R. Suwa, T.Y. A. Yang C.-I Peng & M. Yokota, 2010. Phylogeography of Ophiorrhiza japonica (Rubiaceae) in continental islands, the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan. Journal of Biogeography 37: 1907-1918.
  • Kokubugata, G, K. Nakamura, W. Shinohara, Y. Saito, C.-I Peng & M. Yokota, 2010. Evidence of three parallel evolutions of leaf dwarfism and phytogeography in Lysimachia sect. Nummularia in Japan and Taiwan. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54: 657-663.
  • Saito, Y., T. Iwashina, C.-I Peng, G. Kokubugata, 2009. Taxonomic reconsideration of Disporum luzoniense (Liliaceae s.l.) using flavonoid characters. Blumea 54: 59-62.
  • 中村剛, 國府方吾郎, 傳田哲郎, 横田昌嗣. 2008. 花冠裂片の変異に基づくヘツカリンドウの2品種. 植物地理・分類 56: 22-24.
  • Kokubugata, G., Y. Saito, M. Ogawa & M. Yokota, 2008. Ribosomal DNA distribution patterns on somatic chromosomes of diploid species in three sections in Genus Aster (Asteraceae). Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 34: 153-159.
  • Möller, M., G. Kokubugata & K. Jong, 2008. Aspects of genome evolution in Gesneriaceae: patterns of 45S-nrDNA site evolution based on evidence from fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH). International Journal of Plant Sciences: 169: 667-676.
  • Sangin, P., P. I. Forster, M. Mingmuang & Kokubugata, G. 2008. A phylogeny for two cycad families (Stangeriaceae and Zamiaceae) based on chloroplast DNA sequences. Bulletin National Museum of Nature and Science, Ser. B 34: 75-82.
  • Denduangboripant, J., Q. C. B. Cronk, G. Kokubugata & M. Moller. 2007. Variation and inheritance of nuclear ribosomal DNA clusters in Streptocarpus (Gesneriaceae) and its biological and phylogenetic implications. International Journal of Plant Sciences 168: 445-467.
  • Saito, Y., G. Kokubugata & M. Möller, 2007. Molecular evidences for a natural hybrid origin of Doellingeria × sekimotoi (Asteraceae) using ITS and matK sequences. International Journal of Plant Sciences 168: 469-476.
  • Kokubugata, G., D. A. Madulid & C.-I Peng, 2007. Note on Lysimachia (Primulaceae) in the Philippines and Taiwan. Memoirs of National Science Museum, Tokyo 45: 121-125.
  • Kokubugata, G., P. D. Bostock & P. I. Forster, 2006. A cytotaxonomic study of four species of Pellaea section Platyloma (J. Sm.) Hook. & Baker (Adiantaceae) from Australia. Austrobaileya 7: 341-345.
  • Nakamura K., S.-W. Chung, G. Kokubugata, T. Denda & M. Yokota, 2006. Phylogenetic systematics of the monotypic genus Hayataella (Rubiaceae) endemic to Taiwan. Journal of Plant Research 119: 657-661.
  • Saito, Y., M. Möller, G. Kokubugata, T. Katsuyama, W. Marubashi & T. Iwashina, 2006. Molecular evidence for repeated hybridization events involved in the origin of the genus × Crepidiastrixeris (Asteraceae) using RAPDs and ITS data. Botanical Journal of Linnean Society (London) 151: 333-343.
  • Kokubugata, G., C.-I Peng, D. A. Madulid, 2006, Investigation on the Chromosome Number of Lobelia nummularia (Campanulaceae) in Taiwan and the Philippines. Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 25: 7-10.
  • Saito, Y. & G. Kokubugata, 2006. Mapping 45S ribosomal DNA on somatic chromosomes of two Disporum species (Liliaceae) in Japan. Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 25: 11-16.
  • Kokubugata, G., C.-I Peng, Y. Saito, M. Yokota & S. Kobayashi, 2006. Taxonomic Reconsideration of Lysimachia ardisioides (Primulaceae) from Taiwan. Memoirs of National Science Museum, Tokyo 44: 135-140.
  • Kokubugata G. & P. I. Forster, 2006. Molecular-cytotaxonomy of Cycas (Cycadales) using 5S ribosomal DNA markers. National science Museum Monographs 34: 163-170.
  • Kokubugata, G. & Y. Saito, 2006. Phylogenetic and Biogeographic Study of Crepidiastrum platyphyllum (Compositae) in the Coastal Area of Sagami Sea, Japan. National science Museum Monographs 42: 59-66.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. Kondo & I. V. Tatarenko, 2005. A list of herbarium specimens collected from Russia in the expeditions of 2002, 2003 and 2005. Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 24: 71-98.
  • Saito, Y., G. Kokubugata, K. Kondo, I. V. Tatarenko & P. V. Kulikov, 2005. Distribution patterns of 45S ribosomal DNA sites on somatic chromosomes of three subspecies of Inula britannica (Asteraceae) in Japan and Russia. Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 24: 63-69.
  • Kokubugata, G., C.-I Peng & M. Yokota, 2004. Comparison of karyotypes among three Heloniopsis species (Liliaceae) from Ryukyu Archipelago and Taiwan. Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 23: 13-16.
  • Saito, Y., G. Kokubugata & M. Möller, 2004. Evidence for the correlation between rDNA variation and satellite heteromorphy in somatic chromosome complements of Lobelia fulgens ‘Queen Victoria’ (Subfamily Lobelioïdeae, Family Campanulaceae). Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 23: 5-12.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. Kondo & S. Matsumoto, 2004. Different size of total chromosome lengths in two diploid species of Artemisia (Asteraceae) in Japan. Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 23: 1-4.
  • Saito, Y, & G. Kokubugata, 2004. Comparison of karyotype and number of 5S ribosomal DNA sites on somatic chromosomes in Aster × sekimotoi and speculation of its parental species (Asteraceae) Chromosome Science 8: 103-107.
  • Kokubugata, G. & C.-I Peng, 2004. Comparison of floral morphologies in Conandron ramondioides (Gesneriaceae) from Japan and Taiwan. Edinburgh Journal Botany 61: 21-31.
  • Kokubugata, G., A. P. Vovides & K. Kondo. 2004. Mapping 5S ribosomal DNA on somatic chromosomes of four species of Ceratozamia and Stangeria eriopus (Cycadales). Botanical Journal of Linnean Society (London) 145: 499-504.
  • Kokubugata, G., K., Kondo, I. V. Tatarenko, P. V. Kulikov, V. P. Verkholat, A. Gontcharov, H. Ogura, F. Tsuneo, Y. Hoshi & R. Suzuki. 2003. Diploid cytotypes in three species of Aster sensu lato (Asteraceae) from Primorye Territory, Russia. Chromosome Science 7: 23-28.
  • Saito, Y., G. Kokubugata, T. Katsuyama, W. Marubashi, T. Iwashina, 2003. Cytological comparisons of somatic chromosomes in Crepidiastrixeris denticulato-platyphylla and its estimated parent species (Asteraceae). Chromosome Science 7: 43-48.
  • Kokubugata, G., Hill & K. Kondo, 2002. Ribosomal DNA distribution in somatic chromosomes of Stangeria eriopus (Stangeriaceae, Cycadales) and molecular-cytotaxonomical relationships to the other cycad genera. Brittonia 51: 1-4.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. Kondo, I. V. Tatarenko, P. V. Kulikov, M. S. Knyasev & Z. N. Ryabinina, 2002. Cytological studies of 13 Asteraceae species from Russia. Chromosome Science 6: 67-72.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. D. Hill & K. Kondo, 2002. Comparison of 5S ribosomal DNA sites on somatic chromosomes of eight species in Cycas (Cycadaceae). Chromosome Science 6: 41-46.
  • Kokubugata, G. & A. E. Holland, 2002. Chromosomal evolutions in six species of Rutidosis (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) from southeastern Queensland. Australian Journal of Botany 50: 237-240.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. D. Hill & K. Kondo, 2002. Chromosomal characters of two species of Cycas (Cycadaceae, Cycadales). Annuls of Tsukuba Botanical Garden 21: 139-141.
  • Kokubugata, G., 2002. Notes on species of Gesneriaceae common to both the Ryukyus and Taiwan. Proc. Symposium on Collection Building and Natural History Studies in Asia. National science Museum Monographs 22: 137-146.
  • Kokubugata, G., K. D. Hill, G. W. Wilson, K. Kondo & L. M. Randall, 2001. A comparison of chromosome number and karyotype in somatic chromosomes of Bowenia and Stangeria (Stangeriaceae, Cycadales). Edinburgh Journal of Botany 58: 475-481.