- Title Professor
- Department International Agriculture and Horticulture
- Course Agriculture and Horticulture Course
- Research Field Vegetable science
- E-mail t-maeda [at] hirosaki-u.ac.jp
please substitute @ for [at]
- Phone +81-172-39-3811
Aomori is the most vegetable production area in Tohoku region. Chinese yams and garlics are famous as the Aomori-brand vegetables. Japanese radishes, carrots and tomatoes are also widely produced in Aomori. In addition, there are some traditional vegetable crops such as ‘Hirosaki-zairai’ red pepper and ‘Nukazuka’ cucumber, and also many edible wild plants. Recently, vegetable production in cold winter has been popular for the purpose of improving profitability of Aomori farmers. We have so many research subject and/or problems to be solved. Why don’t you join us and do research contributing to revitalization of Aomori region
Specialty: Horticulture, Vegetable science
1. Research for cultivation technique, breeding, branding of regional special products
1) Breeding program and research of ‘Hirosaki-zairai’ red pepper
2) Branding of ‘Hirosaki-zairai’ red pepper as a special local vegetable
2. Research of onions as a ‘substitute crop’ for rice field
1) Research of the cultivation methods for onion production
2) Research of the phytochemicals in onions such as flavonoids and fructo-oligo saccharides
3. Research of asparagus as a health promoting vegetable
1) Winter production of asparagus
2) Phytochemicals in asparagus such as flavonoids and saponins
1) Effects of storage under snow lay in winter on the quality of carrots, such as contents and flavor
2) Characteristics of new cultivars
We have some other research subjects, and we would accept joint researches in any kind related to the vegetables produced in cool region. Please contact us anytime.
Education & Appointments
See the Hirosaki University web site, “Academic research staff” page for the entire publication list.
Confirmation of fructans biosynthesized in vitro from [1-13C]glucose in asparagus tissues using MALDI-TOF MS and ESI-MS, Journal of Plant Physiology, vol.170 (8) (p.715 – 722) , 2013.05, Suzuki, T., T. Maeda, S. Grant, G. Grant. P. Sporns.
Quality Change of Asparagus Spears Stored with Snow Cooling, Journal of the Japanese Society of Horticultural Science, vol.83 (4) (p.327 – 334) , 2014.10, K. Nikaido, T. Jishi, T. Maeda, T. Suzuki and H. Araki
Effect of High-Temperature Treatments on the Breaking of Dormancy in One-Year-Old Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis L.), Environmental Control in Biology, vol.53 (1) (p.23 – 26) , 2015.03, T. Yamaguchi, T. Maeda
Promotion of flowering by photoperiod treatment in six strawberry (Fragaria×ananassa Duch.) cultivars with different everbearing patterns, The Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, vol.90 (2) (p.157 – 163) , 2015.03, Hamano, M., K. Kato, K. Honda, T. Maeda, M. Morishita.
Glucosinolate profiles in Cardamine fauriei and effect of light quality on glucosinolate concentration, Scientia Horticulturae, vol.189 (p.12 – 16) , 2015.04, K. Abe, S. Kido, T. Maeda, D. Kami, H. Matsuura, H. Shimura, T. Suzuki
High Income Vegetable Production at Duneland, Sand Dune Research, vol.62 (2) (p.67 – 72) , 2015.12, T. maeda (in Japanese)
Developmental Phase Incapable of Dormancy Induction in Young Asparagas (Asparagus officinalis L.) Plants, Hort. Res. (Japan), vol.15 (1) (p.67 – 72) , 2016.01, Yamaguchi, T. and T. Maeda (in Japanese)
Effect of Supplemental Light on the Quality of Green Asparagus Spears in Winter ‘Fusekomi’ Forcing Culture, Environmental Control in Biology, vol.54 (3) (p.147 – 152) , 2016.09, Wambrauw, D., T. Kashiwatani, K. Honda, T. Yamaguchi, T. Maeda et al.
Sugar and fructo-oligosaccharides contents in onion before snow cover and after snow melting, Science and High Technology in Agriculture, vol.28 (4) (p.182 – 188) , 2016.12, M. Asai, H. Nishihata, T. Maeda (in Japanese)
Analysis of Varietal Differences in the Fructo-oligosaccharide Accumulation Profile among Onion (Allium cepa L.) Cultivars Grown by Spring-sown Cultivation, The Horticulture Journal, vol.86 (4) (p.501 – 510) , 2017.10, Maeda, T., A. Watanabe, D.Z. Wambrauw, S. Osanai1, K. Honda1, S. Oku, H. Shimura, T. Suzuki, A. Yamasaki, Y. Okabe, K. Ueno, S. Onodera.