Norio Yamamura, PhD

Center for Ecological Research Kyoto University, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu, Japan 
Theoretical Ecology
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Hsieh CH, Sakai Y, Ban S, et al. (2011) Eutrophication and warming effects on long-term variation of zooplankton in Lake Biwa Biogeosciences. 8: 1383-1399
Yamamura N, Telschow A, Uchii K, et al. (2011) A basic equation for population dynamics with destruction of breeding habitats and its application to outbreak of cyprinid herpesvirus 3 Ecological Research. 26: 181-189
Nakazawa T, Kuwamura M, Yamamura N. (2011) Implications of resting eggs of zooplankton for the paradox of enrichment Population Ecology. 53: 341-350
Nakazawa T, Sakai Y, Hsieh CH, et al. (2010) Is the relationship between body size and trophic niche position time-invariant in a predatory fish? First stable isotope evidence. Plos One. 5: e9120
Nakazawa T, Yamamura N. (2009) Theoretical considerations for the maintenance of interspecific brood care by a Nicaraguan cichlid fish: Behavioral plasticity and spatial structure Journal of Ethology. 27: 67-73
Nakazawa T, Ohgushi T, Yamamura N. (2009) Resource-dependent reproductive adjustment and the stability of consumer-resource dynamics Population Ecology. 51: 105-113
Miki T, Yokokawa T, Nagata T, et al. (2008) Immigration of prokaryotes to local environments enhances remineralization efficiency of sinking particles: A metacommunity model Marine Ecology Progress Series. 366: 1-14
Miki T, Ueki M, Kawabata Z, et al. (2007) Long-term dynamics of catabolic plasmids introduced to a microbial community in a polluted environment: a mathematical model. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 62: 211-21
Yamamura N. (2007) Conditions under which plants help herbivores and benefit from predators through apparent competition. Ecology. 88: 1593-9
Yamamura N, Fujita N, Hayashi M, et al. (2007) Optimal phenology of annual plants under grazing pressure. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 246: 530-7
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