J-GLOBAL ID:200901015533520230   Update date: May. 28, 2020

Kitamura Jyun-ichi

キタムラ ジュンイチ | Kitamura Jyun-ichi
Homepage URL  (2): https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Uc426bMAAAAJ&hl=ja&oi=aohttps://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Uc426bMAAAAJ&hl=ja&oi=ao
Research field  (1): Ecology and environmental science
Research keywords  (6): Bitterling fishes (Acheilognathinae) ,  Freshwater Fishes ,  Resource selection ,  Life history ,  Reproductive Ecology ,  Animal Ecology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 2008 - 2010 Divergence of egg shape in a bitterling fish through coevolution with mussel hosts
Papers (5):
  • Koji Tominaga, Nobuaki Nagata, Jyun-ichi Kitamura, Katsutoshi Watanabe, Teiji Sota. Phylogeography of the bitterling Tanakia lanceolata (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in Japan inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b gene sequences. Ichthyological Research. 2020. 67. 1. 105-116
  • J. Kitamura, N. Nagata, J. Nakajima, T. Sota. Divergence of ovipositor length and egg shape in a brood parasitic bitterling fish through the use of different mussel hosts. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 2012. 25. 3. 566-573
  • KITAMURA Jyun-ichi. Bitterling fishes (Cyprinidae : Acheilognathinae) : current threats and conservation. Japanese journal of ichthyology. 2008. 55. 2. 139-144
  • Jyun-ichi Kitamura. Reproductive ecology and host utilization of four sympatric bitterling (Acheilognathinae, Cyprinidae) in a lowland reach of the Harai River in Mie, Japan. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 2007. 78. 1. 37-55
  • Jyun-ichi Kitamura. Factors affecting seasonal mortality of rosy bitterling (Rhodeus ocellatus kurumeus) embryos on the gills of their host mussel. Population Ecology. 2005. 47. 1. 41-51
Books (1):
  • Bitterling Fishes of Japan
    2020 ISBN:9784635062893
Lectures and oral presentations  (7):
  • Genetic dynamics of Itasenpara bitterling population in the Kiso River
  • Factors affecting the distribution of freshwater fish in the floodplain in the Kiso River
  • Transcriptomic basis for functional diversification of ovipositor length in relation to reproductive parasitism
  • Is inter- and intra-specific diversity in female specialized reproductive traits of bitterlings a product of adaptive evolution?
  • Theory and practice of sustainable lotic ecosystem conservation in ecology of bitterling fishes (Cyprinidae, Acheilognathinae) and freshwater mussels (Unionidae)
Education (1):
  • 2000 - 2006 Kyoto University Graduate School of Science Division of Biological Sciences
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Science (Kyoto University)
Work history (1):
  • 2014/04 - 現在 Mie Prefectural Museum Curator
Awards (1):
  • 2018/09 - Zoological Science Award Laterality is Universal Among Fishes but Increasingly Cryptic Among Derived Groups
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