Takuya Shimada

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Takuya Shimada
Research funding number
10353723

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Published Papers

 
Takuya Shimada, Shigeki Moriya
Crop Protection   112 239   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Sato Jun J., Shimada Takuya, Kyogoku Daisuke, Komura Taketo, Uemura Shigeru, Saitoh Takashi, Isagi Yuji
JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY   99(4) 952-964   Aug 2018   [Refereed]
Rokuya Onodera, Yuka Akimoto, Takuya Shimada, Takashi Saitoh
Population Ecology      Jan 2017   [Refereed]
Shimada Takuya, Takahashi Akiko, Shibata Mitsue, Yagihashi Tsutomu
Functional Ecology   29(12) 1513-1521   2015   [Refereed]
Nakajima Ami, Koike Shinsuke, Masaki Takashi, Shimada Takuya, Kozakai Chinatsu, Nemoto Yui, Yamazaki Koji, Kaji Koichi
Ecological Research   27(3) 529-538   2012   [Refereed]
Shimada T, Nishii E, Saitoh T
Journal of chemical ecology   37(12) 1277-1284   Dec 2011   [Refereed]
Takahashi Akiko, Shibata Mitsue, Shimada Takuya
Plant Ecology   212(9) 1527-1535   2011   [Refereed]
TAKAHASHI A, ICHIHARA Y, ISAGI Y, SHIMADA T
FOREST PATHOLOGY   40(2) 96-99   2010   [Refereed]
Shimada T.
The wild mammals in Japan   198-200   2009   [Refereed]
Kawamoto H, Kimura S, Komatsu T, Oshibe A, Shimada T.
Grassland Science   55 110-112   2009   [Refereed]
Shimada T, Saitoh T, Sasaki E, Nishitani Y, Osawa R
Journal of chemical ecology   32(6) 1165-1180   Jun 2006   [Refereed]
Shimada T
Journal of chemical ecology   32(6) 1149-1163   Jun 2006   [Refereed]
Sasaki E, Shimada T, Osawa R, Nishitani Y, Spring S, Lang E
Systematic and applied microbiology   28(4) 358-365   Jun 2005   [Refereed]
SHIMADA T, SAITOH T, MATSUI T
ACTA THERIOLOGICA   49(2) 203-214   2004   [Refereed]
SHIMADA T, SAITOH T
POPULATION ECOLOGY   45(1) 7-17   2003   [Refereed]
SHIMADA T
ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH   16(1) 127-133   2001   [Refereed]
SHIMADA T
ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH   16(4) 803-808   2001   [Refereed]

Misc

 
OKABE Kimiko, MAKINO Shun'ichi, SHIMADA Takuya, FURUKAWA Takuya, IIJIMA Hayato, WATARI Yuya
J. Acarol. Soc. Jpn.   27(1) 1-11   Jun 2018
<p>Ticks are obligate blood feeders that parasitize a variety of vertebrates and can be serious pests for these animals. Due to public concerns about the risk of chemical controls, there is a high demand for biological control agents to reduce tic...
Koizumi Toru, Kobayashi Kyoko, Kondoh Hiroshi, Sato Nami, Shimada Takuya, Takahashi Hiroshi, Nakashita Rumiko, Nakata Yasuhiko, Nagata Junco, Nakanishi Takahiro, Matsuura Yukiko, Araki Ryota, Miura Takahiro, Morosawwa Takahiro, Yayota Chizuru, Oka Teruki, Aikawa Takuya, Aoki Masanari, Ishida Akira, Eguchi Norikazu, Kamata Atsushi, Kawamoto Tomonori
The Japanese Forest Society Congress   129(0)    May 2018
<p>[in Japanese]</p>
Shimada Takuya
Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science)   57(1) 139-143   2017
Suzuki Yoshinori, Shimada Takuya, Yagihashi Tsutomu, Yagi Takanobu
Tohoku Journal of Forest Science   21(1) 1-5   2016
東北各地のサクラの名所でも,ウソによるサクラ花芽の摂食が問題になることがある。ウソが摂食するのはおもに花芽であり,サクラの種類や品種の違いによっても摂食されやすいものとそうではないものがある。これらの原因を明らかにするために,森林総合研究所東北支所構内に植栽されているサクラについて,ウソが摂食する時期の芽の特徴を調査した。花芽と葉芽の化学成分分析から,葉芽にはタンニンおよび総フェノールが多く含まれるため選好されないのではないかと考えられた。また,サクラの種類や品種ご...
Yamada Fumio, Tomosawa Morihiko, Nakashita Rumiko, Shimada Takuya, Kawata Sin-ichiro, Kikuchi Bun-ichi, Koizumi Toru
The Japanese Forest Society Congress   125(0)    2014
[in Japanese]

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2009 - 2011    Investigator(s): Takuya SHIMADA
In order to clarify the ecological role of seed chemical compositions of oaks Quercus spp., the content of chemicals(major nutrients and tannins) in seeds were analyzed for 10 species of Japanese oaks. As a result, notable inter-and intraspecific ...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2007 - 2008    Investigator(s): Takuya SHIMADA
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2005 - 2006    Investigator(s): Takuya SHIMADA
Acorns (seeds of oak trees) are staple resource for forest-dwelling wildlife, but they contain high level of tannins and cause negative effects on consumers, such as injury on gastrointestinal tract and lever and kidney failure. In order to elucid...