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Researcher Information

last modified:2017/04/01

Associate Professor MAKI Teruya


Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Chemistry, Institute of Science and Engineering

College and School Educational Field

Division of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Division of Material Sciences, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
School of Chemistry, College of Science and Engineering


Analytical Environmental Chemistry TEL:076-234-4793 FAX:076-234-4800

Academic Background

【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Kyoto University 199603



Year & Month of Birth


Academic Society

Analytical Science


Analytical Science
○Salt Science Research Foundation(2004/04/01)
○Nissan Science Foundation(2005/04/01)
○Salt Science Research Foundation(2006/04/01)
○Nissan Science Foundation(2006/04/01)
○Nissan Science Foundation(2006/04/01)
○Nissan Science Foundation(2006/04/01)


Environmental impact assessment

Speciality Keywords

bacteria environmental chemicals phytoplankton

Research Themes

Molecular biological analysis of relationship between marine phytoplankton and chemical substrates

Molecular biological analysis of relationship between marine phytoplankton and chemical substrates The oxidization and reduction of chemical substrates reducing the algal growth would be useful tool for regulating the harmful microalgal biomass, and the iron deficiency would provide the physiological stress for the microalgal cells.

Arsenic dynamics effected by microorganisms under aquatic environment

Arsenic  dynamics effected by microorganisms under aquatic environment The degradation processes of organoarsenic compounds in aquatic environments depend on microbial activities and significantly influence the arsenic cycles. In Lake Kahokugata, inorganic arsenic was detected through all seasons, while dimethylarsinic acid (DMAA) appeared at only winter seasons, and monomethylarsonic acid (MMAA) was not detected. The Most Probable Number (MPN) procedure detected the DMAA-degrading bacteria. A large numbers of isolates of DMAA-degrading bacteria seasonally obtained were classified into some phylotypes of which compositions seasonally varied, by phylogenetic analysis of 16S rDNA. The dominated types at all seasons and winter seasons indicated high degradation activities, and phylogenetically belonged to the several bacterial species. The seasonal similar activities of DMAA-degradation in Lake Kahokugata would depend on the several bacterial species of which compositions seasonally changes.

Phylogenetic diversity of a microbial community in the atmosphere of an Asian dust (KOSA)

Phylogenetic diversity of a microbial community in the atmosphere of an Asian dust (KOSA) Physiological characteristics of bioaerosol collected at the source area and the arrival areas of KOSA are investigated by physiological experiments. Moreover, the bacterial compositions including halobacteria are estimated using the phylogenetic analysis of 16S rDNA sequences, and the biomolecular detection system for the long-range transport of microorganisms is evaluated for elucidating the effect of KOSA event on the marine ecosystem.



  •  Effects of harmful dinoflagellate Heterocapsa circularisquama cells on the growth of intracellular bacteria Microbes and Environments 16 4 234-239 2001/12
  •  Heterocapsa circularisquamaと海洋細菌の関係 日本プランクトン学会報 46 2 172-177 1999/08
  •  Relationships between intracellular bacteria and the bivalve killer dinoflagellate Heterocapsa circularisquama (Dinophyceae) Fisheries science, 67 794-803 2001/10
  •  Determination of minor and trace elements in biogenic carbonate minerals of coccolitho-phores by high-resolution inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. BULLETIN OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN 17 209-211 2002/10
  •  Classification for Dimethylarsenate-decomposing Bacteria Using Restrict Fragment Length Polymorphism Analysis of 16S rRNA Genes. ANALYTICAL SCIENCES 20 61-68 2004/01

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  •  Seasonal dynamics of dimethylarsenic acid degrading bacteria dominated in Lake Kibagata. Maki T., Watarai H., Kakimoto T., Takahashi M., Hasegawa H. and Ueda K GEOMICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL 2006/11
  •  Isolation of monomethylarsonic acid (MMAA)-mineralizing bacteria from arsenic contaminated soils of Island Ohkunoshima Maki T., Takeda N., Hasegawa H., and Ueda K. APPLIED ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY 2006/06
  •  Bacterial degradation of antibiotic residues in a marine fish farm sediment of Uranouchi Bay and phylogenetic analysis of the antibiotic-degrading bacteria using 16S rDNA sequences Maki T., Hasegawa H., Kitami H., Fumoto K., Munekage Y., and Ueda K. FISHERIES SCIENCE 2005/05
  •  Determination of Cu, Pb, Fe, and Zn in polymer fractions of a hyperaccumulating plant Kobayashi F., Maki T., Nakamura Y. and Ueda K. ANALYTICAL SCIENCES 2005/10
  •  Seasonal dynamics of dimethylarsinic acid (DMAA) decomposing bacteria dominated in Lake Kahokugata Maki T., Hasegawa H. and Ueda K APPLIED ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY 2005/03
  •  Phylogenetic analysis of intracellular bacteria of a harmful marine microalga Heterocapsa circularisquama (Dinophyceae). Maki T., Yoshinaga I, Katanozaka N. and Imai I AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY 36 123-135 2004/07
  •  Detection of iron(III)-binding ligands originating from marine phytoplankton using cathodic stripping voltammetry Hasegawa H., Maki T., Asano K., Ueda K., and Ueda K ANALYTICAL SCIENCES 20 12 89-93 2004/12
  •  Seasonal dynamics of bacterial population degrading dimethylarsenic acid in Lake Kahokugata W. Hirota, T. Maki, K. Ueda, T. Shimada, H. Hasegawa, and K. Ueda Jouranal of Ecotechnology Research 2008
  •  Phylogenetic diversity and vertical distribution of a halobacterial community in the atmosphere of an Asian dust (KOSA) source region, Dunhuang City T. Maki, S. Susuki, F. Kobayashi, M. Kakikawa, M. Yamada, T. Higashi, B. Chen, G. Shi, C. Hong, Y. Tobo, H. Hasegawa, K. Ueda, Y. Iwasaka Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health 2008
  •  Influence of EDTA and chemical species on arsenic accumulation in Spirodela polyrhiza L. (duckweed) M.A. Rahman, H. Hasegawa, K. Ueda, T. Maki, C. Okumura, M.M. Rahman Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2008
  •  Ecophysiological analysis of halobacteria in bioaerosol T. Maki, S. Susuki, F. Kobayashi, M. Kakikawa, M. Yamada, T. Higashi, C. Hong, Y. Tobo, H. Hasegawa, K. Ueda, Y. Iwasaka Jouranal of Ecotechnology Research 13 309-313 2008
  •  Nanometer-sized alumina coated with chromotopic acid as solid phase metal extractant from environmental samples and determination by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry Ramesh A., Aparna Devi B., Hasegawa H., Maki T., and Ueda K Microchemical Journal 86 124-130 2007
  •  Adsorption of inorganic and organic arsenic from aqueous solutions by polymeric Al/Fe modified montmorillonite Ramesh A., Hasegawa H., Maki T., Ueda K Separation and Purification Technology 56(1) 90-100 2007
  •  Adsorption of platinum (IV), palladium (II) and gold (III) from aqueous solution onto L-lysine modified crosslinked chitosan resin Fujwara K., Ramesh A., Maki T., Hasegawa H., Ueda K Journal of Hazardous Materials 46 39-50 2007

Conference Presentations

Arts and Fieldwork

○Sampling of KOSA particles(2007/08/15-2007/08/19)(place:Dunhung)


Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「黄砂バイオエアロゾル及び人為起源エア ロゾルの雲核・氷晶核 能に関する研究」(2011-2013) 

Classes (Bachelors)

○Laboratory Course VI(2016)
○Applied Biological Chemistry(2016)
○Laboratory Course VI(2016)
○Applied and Analytical Chemistry(2016)
○Problem-Based Learning I(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Introduction to Environmental Engineering(2016)
○Introduction of Energy and Environmental Program(2016)
○Environment Conservation Chemistry(2016)
○Environmental and Analytical Chemistry(2016)
○Microbial Environmental Chemistry(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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