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Profile Publications(11)
XB-PERS-3958


Dr.  Tsukasa Mori

Research Description

Resource backup group for Amphibian Research Center (ARC).

We are interested in phenotypic plasticity induced by prey-predator interaction using tadpoles.
Of course, we want to investigate the system of the phenotypic plasticity connecting the brain.
Also, I am very interested in the plastination of lymph duct and blood vessels using tadpoles.
We are always looking for collaborative investigators, so please contact us.

Organization Memberships

National BioResource Project (NBRP) (Faculty)

Contact

Address:
Nihon University
Tokyo
Japan

Email: mori.tsukasa@nihon-u.ac.jp


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