The following article was published from the MDPI journal Agriculture, in the Special Issue Secondary Metabolites in Plant-Microbe Interactions:
Un ouvrage issu d’un colloque de Cerisy (2017) est publié d’Éditions Hermann, dans lequel Masatoshi Funabashi a contribué un chapître “La gestion agro-environnementale: Les atouts de la synécoculture.”
Masatoshi Funabashi published a chapter “Augmentation of Plant Genetic Diversity in Synecoculture: Theory and Practice in Temperate and Tropical Zones” in the book: D. Nandwani (Ed.) Genetic Diversity in Horticultural Plants, Sustainable Development and Biodiversity 22, Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019
This article contains the theoretical foundation and the results of the proof of concept experiments that are essential to establish a novel developmental and legislative framework for the sustainable use of plant genetic resources, overarching the protection of the natural environment and agricultural production mainstreaming biodiversity.
Masatoshi Funabashi has published a perspective article from Nature Partner Journal Science of Food:
From 2020, this e-laboratory changed its name from “Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging” to “Human Augmentation of Ecosystems”, taking the perspective article as the landmark publication of the initial phase in CS-DC.
Masa Funabashi published the following article:
This article defines a novel concept of scientific reproducibility, namely the inter-subjective objectivity.
Proceedings of the First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015 was published from Springer Proceedings in Complexity:
In this book, the following articles were published including the studies from the synecoculture project.
Funabashi, Masatoshi “Open Systems Exploration: An Example with Ecosystems Management” First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, 2017, Pages 223-243
Funabashi, Masatoshi (et al.) “Foundation of CS-DC e-Laboratory: Open Systems Exploration for Ecosystems Leveraging” First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015, Springer Proceedings in Complexity, 2017, Pages 351-374
Masatoshi Funabashi has published the following review article:
This article explains the integrated model of physiological and ecological optima, IMPEO, which makes the theoretical foundation of Synecoculture.
In the same volume also co-authored the following articles:
Kousaku Ohta, Tsuyoshi Takeshi, Masatoshi Funabashi, Shoji Oda “Naturally Grown Rucola, Eruca sativa, contains more a-linolenic acid than Conventionally Grown Rucola”Plant Biotechnology, special issue plants environmental responses, 16.0217b
λ Tsuyoshi Mizoguchi, Masatoshi Funabashi “Environmental responses of plants: Biological interactions in the homogenous population or community (mixed populations)” Plant Biotechnology, Vol. 33 (2016) No. 4, 211-212