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KOYAMA Kohei

E-mail: koyama<---at--->obihiro.ac.jp | KOYAMA Kohei
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Papers (11):
  • H. Kitagawa, A. Tanimoto, T. Kubota, K. Koyama, M. N.F. Alfata. A field experiment on green walls taking into consideration wind flow in the hot-humid climate of Indonesia. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 2019. 294. 012088
  • Kohei Koyama, Teruhisa Masuda. The arrangement of lateral veins along the midvein of leaves is not related to leaf phyllotaxis. Scientific Reports. 2018. 8. 16417
  • Kohei Koyama, Ken Yamamoto, Masayuki Ushio. A lognormal distribution of the lengths of terminal twigs on self-similar branches of elm trees. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 2017. 284. 1846. 20162395
  • Lin Yan-Shih, Medlyn Belinda E, Duursma Remko A, Prentice I. Colin, Wang Han, Baig Sofia, Eamus Derek, Resco de Dios Victor, Mitchell Patrick, Ellsworth David S, Op de Beeck Maarten, Wallin Goran, Uddling Johan, Tarvainen Lasse, Linderson Maj-Lena, Cernusak Lucas A, Nippert Jesse B, Ocheltree Troyw, Tissue David T, Martin-St Paul Nicolas K, Rogers Alistair, Warren Je M, De Angelis Paolo, Hikosaka Kouki, Han Qingmin, Onoda Yusuke, Gimeno Teresa E, Barton Craig V. M, Bennie Jonathan, Bonal Damien, Bosc Alexandre, Loew Markus, Macinins-Ng Cate, Rey Ana, Rowland Lucy, Setterfield Samantha A, Tausz-Posch Sabine, Zaragoza-Castells Joana, Broadmeadow Mark S. J, Drake John E, Freeman Michael, Ghannoum Oula, Hutley Lindsay B, Kelly Jeff W, Kikuzawa Kihachiro, Kolari Pasi, Koyama Kohei, Limousin Jean-Marc, Meir Patrick, Lola da Costa Antonio C, Mikkelsen Teis N, Salinas Norma, Sun Wei, Wingate Lisa. Optimal stomatal behaviour around the world. Nature Climate Change. 2015. 5. 5. 459-464
  • Koyama Kohei, Takemoto Shuhei. Morning reduction of photosynthetic capacity before midday depression. Scientific Reports. 2014. 4
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MISC (6):
  • Koyama Kohei, Yagi Mitsuharu, Fukumori Kayoko, Mori Shigeta. Metabolic scaling theories : linking ecophysiological processes to ecosystems(<Feature 2>Metabolic scaling theories - linking ecophysiological processes to ecosystems). JAPANESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 2013. 63. 1. 85-89
  • Koyama Kohei, Fukumori Kayoko, Yagi Mitsuharu, Mori Shigeta. Metabolic scaling theories in ecology : Kleiber's law and fractal growth(<Feature 2>Metabolic scaling theories - linking ecophysiological processes to ecosystems). JAPANESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 2013. 63. 1. 91-101
  • Yagi Mitsuharu, Fukumori Kayoko, Koyama Kohei, Mori Shigeta, Oikawa Shin. Prey-predator interactions derived from energy metabolism : reconsideration of ontogenetic metabolic scaling(<Feature 2>Metabolic scaling theories - linking ecophysiological processes to ecosystems). JAPANESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 2013. 63. 1. 103-112
  • Mori Shigeta, Koyama Kohei, Yagi Mitsuharu, Fukumori Kayoko. Ecological significance of whole-plant metabolic scaling(<Feature 2>Metabolic scaling theories - linking ecophysiological processes to ecosystems). JAPANESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 2013. 63. 1. 125-132
  • 小山 耕平. Similarity and affine in biology. 生物科学. 2012. 63. 2. 75-82
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Books (3):
  • Satoyama-satoumi ecosystems and human well-being : socio-ecological production landscapes of Japan : Japan satoyama satoumi assesssment : summary for decision makers :eb
    United Nations University 2010 ISBN:9789280845136
  • Satoyama--satoumi ecosystems and human well-being : socio-ecological production landscapes of Japan
    United Nations University Press 2012 ISBN:9789280812107
  • 'Scaling' in "Encyclopedia of Zoology"
    Maruzen, ISBN-13: 978-4621303092 2018 ISBN:4621303090
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