Ms Satomi Hayashi
Office 213, Level 2 John Hines Building (62)
P +61 (0)7 3346 9592
F +61 (0)7 3365 3556
Satomi graduated from The University of Queensland in 2006 with a Bachelor of Sciences majored in Botany and Biochemistry. Following the undergraduate studies, she started her honours year at the Centre of Excellence for Integrative Legume Research (CILR, UQ) under the supervision of Prof. Peter M Gresshoff and Dr Mark Kinkema with her project titled "Analysis of the Expression and the Function of Lipoxygenase Genes in Soybean Nodulation ". She now continues to do her PhD under the supervision of Prof. Peter M Gresshoff and Dr Brett Ferguson, where she further investigates the molecular events involved in the early stages of soybean nodulation via transcriptome analysis approach.
- Trancriptome analysis (Illumina GAII)Quantitative Real-Time PCR analysis
- Molecular cloning
- Agrobacterium rhizogenase mediated trasformationof soybean
Reid DE, Ferguson BJ, Hayashi S, Lin M-H, and Gresshoff, PM (2011) Molecular mechanisms controlling legume autoregulation of nodulation. Ann Bot-London. DOI: 10.1093/aob/MCR205
Ferguson BJ, Indrasumunar A, Hayashi S, Lin M-H, Lin Y-H, Reid DE and Gresshoff, PM (2010) Molecular Analysis of Legume Nodule Development and Autoregulation. J Integr Plant Biol, 52, 61-76.
Hayashi S, Ferguson BJ, Gresshoff PM (2009) Tissue and cell type analysis of molecular events during the early stages of soybean nodulation. Grain Legumes 53, 33
Hayashi S,Gresshoff PM and Kinkema M (2008) Molecular analysis of lipoxygenases associated with nodule development in soybean. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact, 21, 843-853.