KURIHARA Takeo

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Name
KURIHARA Takeo
Affiliation
Fisheries Research Agency
Job title
Senior Researcher

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
KURIHARA Takeo
International Aquatic Research   10(1) 1-11   Dec 2017   [Refereed]
KURIHARA Takeo
Plankton & Bentos Research   12(1) 44-52   2017   [Refereed]
KURIHARA Takeo
PLoS ONE   8 e61156-e61156   Apr 2013   [Refereed]
To survive the juvenile stage, giant clam juveniles need to establish a symbiotic relationship with the microalgae Symbiodinium occurring in the environment. The percentage of giant clam juveniles succeeding in symbiosis establishment (“symbiosis ...
KURIHARA Takeo
Journal of Shellfish Research   31(4) 977-987   Aug 2012   [Refereed]
Giant clams need to establish a symbiotic relationship with the microalgae Symbiodinium in the environment to
survive the juvenile stage. In seed production of giant clams, larvae are presented with Symbiodinium but the probability of
symbiosis es...
KURIHARA Takeo
Plankton and Benthos Research   5(1) 11-16   2010   [Refereed]
Giant clams are simultaneous hermaphrodites and are assumed to ejaculate first and, after completely stopping ejaculation, release eggs. In the seed production method aimed at preventing self-fertilization, each adult clam is induced to ejaculate ...
KURIHARA Takeo, YAMADA Hideaki, INOUE Ken
Plankton and Benthos Research   6(1) 51-55   2011   [Refereed]
Giant clams are important species in tropical aquaculture. The larvae artificially hatched are often cleaned by running seawater containing the larvae through a coarse mesh, designed to catch contaminants larger than the larvae (e.g. fouling mater...
KURIHARA Takeo,Takami H., Kosuge T., Chiba S., Iseda M., Sasaki T.
Marine Biology   158(9) 2095-2107   2011   [Refereed]
Increases of low-latitude species in various sea areas and poleward shifts of ranges of many species have been reported and linked to warming environments. To examine the generality of these trends for mollusks, we conducted 7 quadrat surveys duri...
KURIHARA Takeo
Marine Biology   153(1) 61-70   2007   [Refereed]
Kurihara T, Shikatani M, Nakayama K, Nishida M
Zoological science   23(11) 999-1008   Nov 2006   [Refereed]
In many benthic organisms with a planktonic larval stage, local populations have different morphology. Such difference may arise from some of the following proximate mechanisms. “Local recruitment(LR)”: no larvae move between local populations, an...

Misc

 
KURIHARA Takeo
Biological Invasions   12(8) 2671-2681   2011   [Refereed]
In various studies encompassing large spatiotemporal scales, the densities of non-indigenous species and indigenous species in the same habitat increased and decreased, respectively, prior to reaching an equilibrium. We examined whether this is tr...
Spatial and temporal fluctuations in densities of gastropods and bivalves on subtropical cobbled shores
Bulletin of Marine Science (2001)   
Spatial and temporal fluctions in the density of the intertidal limpet, P.striata, on subtropical cobbled shores
Journal of Molluscan Studies (in press)   

Research Grants & Projects

 
1) Spatio-temporal changes in intertidal biota on Japanese coast 2) Population dynamics of economically important species in subtropical shellfishes
1) Spatio-temporal changes in intertidal biota on Japanese coast 2) Population dynamics of economically important species in subtropical shellfishes