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Konuma Junji

Konuma Junji
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Ecology and environmental science
Papers (11):
  • Fukuda Shinpei, Konuma Junji. Using three-dimensional printed models to test for aposematism in a carabid beetle. BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY. 2019. 128. 3. 735-741
  • Ito Shun, Konuma Junji. Disruptive selection of shell color in land snails: a mark-recapture study of Euhadra peliomphala simodae. BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY. 2019
  • Junji Konuma, Satoshi Yamamoto, Teiji Sota. Morphological integration and pleiotropy in the adaptive body shape of the snail-feeding carabid beetle Damaster blaptoides. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY. 2014. 23. 23. 5843-5854
  • Konuma Junji, Sota Teiji, Chiba Satoshi. A maladaptive intermediate form: a strong trade-off revealed by hybrids between two forms of a snail-feeding beetle. ECOLOGY. 2013. 94. 11. 2638-2644
  • J. Konuma, T. Sota, S. Chiba. Quantitative genetic analysis of subspecific differences in body shape in the snail-feeding carabid beetle Damaster blaptoides. HEREDITY. 2013. 110. 1. 86-93
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MISC (14):
  • 福田真平, 小沼順二. 甲虫体色の適応進化-3Dプリンタ模型を用いた警告色の検証-. 日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web). 2019. 66th. ROMBUNNO.P1-211 (WEB ONLY)
  • 伊藤舜, 小沼順二. 陸産貝類において中間型を示す殻の色は生存に不利となるのか-標識再捕獲による検証-. 日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web). 2019. 66th. ROMBUNNO.P1-225 (WEB ONLY)
  • 小沼順二, 藤澤知親, 曽田貞滋. マイマイカブリ外部形態の適応分化とその遺伝基盤. 日本応用動物昆虫学会大会講演要旨. 2016. 60th. 248
  • 樋口拓人, 小沼順二. 転移因子によるゲノム改変はホスト個体群の適応進化を促進するか. 日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web). 2016. 63th. P1-166 (WEB ONLY)
  • 小沼順二. マイマイカブリの形態変異と次世代シーケンサーを用いたゲノム解析. 比較内分泌学. 2015. 41. 154. 10-11 (J-STAGE)-11
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Lectures and oral presentations  (1):
  • Disruptive selection on shell colour on Japanese land snails: a mark-recapture study of Euhadra peliomphala simodae
    (World Congress of Malacology 2019)
Association Membership(s) (2):
SOCIETY OF EVOLUTIONARY STUDIES ,  THE ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
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