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Sato Takuya

サトウ タクヤ | Sato Takuya
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://kaken.nii.ac.jp/ja/r/30456743
Research field  (2): Ecology and environmental science ,  Biological resource conservation
Research keywords  (9): nematomorph ,  salmonid ,  Host manipulation ,  寄生者 ,  サケ科魚類 ,  ハリガネムシ ,  カマドウマ ,  森林-河川生態系 ,  生態系間相互作用
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (5):
  • 2015 - 2018 複合生態系における寄生者感染動態と群集動態の関係の統合理解
  • 2015 - 2017 宿主操作の神経メカニズムから生態系間資源流の時空間変動を解明する
  • 2017 - 寄生虫が渓流魚を育む!?ハリガネムシを通して自然をみてみよう
  • 2013 - 2015 寄生者群集が改変する生態系のエネルギー流と群集の安定性
  • 2012 - 2015 生態系間相互作用の季節動態:寄生者が引き起こすパルス的資源補償の生態学的意義
Papers (56):
MISC (3):
Books (2):
  • 病原生物と宿主の種間相互作用. シリーズ現代の生態学6. 感染症の生態学
    共立出版 2016
  • 原生物の食物網・物質循環における機能.シリーズ現代の生態学6. 感染症の生態学
    共立出版 2016
Lectures and oral presentations  (55):
  • Predicting distribution of Odaigahara salamander with eDNA analysis
    (The 68 Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2021)
  • A test of the effects of species diversity of definitive hosts on the infection dynamics of horsehair worms in Hokkaido, Japan.
    (The 68 Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2021)
  • Do polarotaxis and diel activity patterns explain the diving behavior of mantis infected by hairworms?
    (The 68 Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2021)
  • Condition-dependent strategy and stocking : loss of migration strategy in the wild for captive-bred fish released prior to the migration decision.
    (The 68 Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2021)
  • Species diversity pattern of Amphidromous fish in the Japanese archipelago: Impact assessment of latitude, ocean current, and river structure
    (The 68 Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan 2021)
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Education (1):
  • - 2007 Mie University
Professional career (2):
  • 修士(生物資源学) (三重大学)
  • 博士(学術) (三重大学)
Work history (1):
  • 2011 - Kyoto University
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