Researchers SUDA Ryo


Master's course student,

Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo


Tsuchimatsu Group

Research Fields
Population genomics
Plant evolution, Arabidopsis halleri

Geographical differentiation and climate adaptation of Japanese Arabidopsis halleri

I am conducting a population genomic analysis using whole-genome resequencing data from wild populations of Japanese Arabidopsis halleri subsp. gemmifera, in order to understand the mechanisms of environmental adaptation. My research particularly focuses on the evolutionary history of the reproductive traits in these populations, as it has been suggested that plant reproductive traits tend to evolve in association with environmental changes.

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