SUZUKI Hitoshi

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Name
SUZUKI Hitoshi
Affiliation
Hokkaido University
Section
Faculty of Environmental Earth Science, Section of Environmental Biology, Ecological Genetics
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy

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Published Papers

 
Aoki Daisuke, Kinoshita Gohta, Kryukov Alexey P., Nishiumi Isao, Lee Sang-Im, Suzuki Hitoshi
JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY   159(4) 1087-1097   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Bawm Saw, Kakisaka Keita, Thu May June, Chel Hla Myet, Oo Yamon Min Nyunt, Soe Nyein Chan, Win Shwe Yee, Htun Lat Lat, Win Mar Mar, Suzuki Hitoshi, Nakao Ryo, Katakura Ken
PARASITOLOGY RESEARCH   117(10) 3361-3364   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Thomson Vicki, Wiewel Andrew, Chinen Aldo, Maryanto Ibnu, Sinaga M. H., How Ric, Aplin Ken, Suzuki Hitoshi
ZOOTAXA   4459(3) 431-452   Aug 2018   [Refereed]
Isobe Miyu, Nunome Mitsuo, Katakura Ken, Suzuki Hitoshi
JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION   86(5) 312-323   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
Multiple conserved elements structuring inverted repeats in mammal coat color-related gene Asip
Yuki Sakuma, Masatoshi Matsunami, Toyoyuki Takada, and Hitoshi Suzuki
Zoological Science      2018   [Refereed]
Sasamori Shoichi, Wiewel Andrew S., Thomson Vicki A., Kobayashi Motoko, Nakata Katsushi, Suzuki Hitoshi
ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE   34(6) 513-522   Dec 2017   [Refereed]
Heterogeneous genetic make-up of Japanese house mice (Mus musculus) created by multiple independent introductions and spatio-temporally diverse hybridization processes
Kuwayama Takashi, Nunome Mitsuo, Kinoshita Gohta, Abe Kuniya, Suzuki Hitoshi
BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY   122(3) 661-674   Nov 2017   [Refereed]
Hanazaki Kaori, Tomozawa Morihiko, Suzuki Yutaro, Kinoshita Gohta, Yamamoto Masanobu, Irino Tomohisa, Suzuki Hitoshi
ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE   34(3) 201-210   Jun 2017   [Refereed]
Sakuma Yuki, Ranorosoa Marie C., Kinoshita Gohta, Shimoji Hiroyuki, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Ohdachi Satoshi D., Arai Satoru, Tanaka Chihiro, Ramino Hajanirina, Suzuki Hitoshi
MAMMAL STUDY   41(3) 131-140   Sep 2016   [Refereed]
Suzuki Yutaro, Tomozawa Morihiko, Koizumi Yuki, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Suzuki Hitoshi
BMC EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY   15    Sep 2015   [Refereed]
Chingangbam DS, Laishram JM, Suzuki H
Genes & genetic systems   90(1) 21-30   2015   [Refereed]
Suzuki H, Yakimenko LV, Usuda D, Frisman LV
Genes and environment : the official journal of the Japanese Environmental Mutagen Society   37 20   2015   [Refereed]
Kono H, Tamura M, Osada N, Suzuki H, Abe K, Moriwaki K, Ohta K, Shiroishi T
DNA research : an international journal for rapid publication of reports on genes and genomes   21(3) 315-326   Jun 2014   [Refereed]
Sayaka Kodama, Mitsuo Nunome, Kazuo Moriwaki, Hitoshi Suzuki
Biologicla Journal of Linnean Societu   114(4) 778-794   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
Yasuda SP, Gamage CD, Koizumi N, Nishio S, Isozumi R, Shimizu K, Koma T, Amada T, Suzuki H, Yoshimatsu K, Arikawa J
Genes & genetic systems   89(2) 71-80   2014   [Refereed]
Enoki S, Shimizu A, Hayashi C, Imanishi H, Hashizume O, Mekada K, Suzuki H, Hashimoto T, Nakada K, Hayashi J
Experimental animals / Japanese Association for Laboratory Animal Science   63(1) 21-30   2014   [Refereed]
Suzuki H., Nunome M., Kinoshita G., Aplin K. P., Vogel P., Kryukov A. P., Jin M-L, Han S-H, Maryanto I., Tsuchiya K., Ikeda H., Shiroishi T., Yonekawa H., Moriwaki K.
HEREDITY   111(5) 375-390   Nov 2013   [Refereed]
Kirihara T, Shinohara A, Tsuchiya K, Harada M, Kryukov AP, Suzuki H
Zoological science   30(4) 267-281   Apr 2013   [Refereed]
Suzuki H
Genes & genetic systems   88(3) 155-164   2013   [Refereed]
Kinoshita G, Nunome M, Han SH, Hirakawa H, Suzuki H
Zoological science   29(11) 776-785   Nov 2012   [Refereed]
Sato JJ, Wolsan M, Prevosti FJ, D'Elía G, Begg C, Begg K, Hosoda T, Campbell KL, Suzuki H
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution   63(3) 745-757   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
Kambe Y, Nakata K, Yasuda SP, Suzuki H
Genes & genetic systems   87(1) 29-38   Feb 2012   [Refereed]
Shinohara A, Suzuki H, Tsuchiya K, Zhang YP, Luo J, Jiang XL, Wang YX, Campbell KL
Zoological science   21(12) 1177-1185   Dec 2004   [Refereed]
Iwasa MA, Suzuki H
Zoological science   20(10) 1305-1313   Oct 2003   [Refereed]
Shinohara A, Campbell KL, Suzuki H
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution   27(2) 247-258   May 2003   [Refereed]
Serizawa K, Suzuki H, Iwasa MA, Tsuchiya K, Pavlenko MV, Kartavtseva IV, Chelomina GN, Dokuchaev NE, Han SH
Biochemical genetics   40(5-6) 149-161   Jun 2002   [Refereed]
[Gene-geographical variation and genetic differentiation in red-backed voles of the genus Clethrionomys (Rodentia, Cricetidae) in the Okhotskii region].
Frisman LV, Kartavtseva IV, Pavlenko MV, Kostenko VA, Suzuki H, Ivasa M, Nakata K, Cherniavskiĭ FB
Genetika   38(5) 655-664   May 2002   [Refereed]
Iwasa MA, Suzuki H
Chromosome research : an international journal on the molecular, supramolecular and evolutionary aspects of chromosome biology   10(5) 419-428   2002   [Refereed]
Motokawa M, Suzuki H, Harada M, Lin LK, Koyasu K, Oda S
ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE   17(4) 497-504   May 2000   [Refereed]

Misc

 
TOMOZAWA MORIHIKO, NUNOME MITSUO, SUZUKI HITOSHI, ONO HIROTAKE
Biol J Linn Soc   113(2) 522-535   Oct 2014
SASAKI HIROSHI, OHTA KYOKO, AOI TOSHIKI, WATANABE SHIGEKI, HOSODA TETSUJI, SUZUKI HITOSHI, ABE MIKIKO, KOYASU KAZUHIRO, KOBAYASHI SYUJI, ODA SEN-ICHI
Mammal Study   39(3) 133-139   Sep 2014
SHINOHARA AKIO, KAWADA SHIN-ICHIRO, SON NGUYEN TRUONG, KOSHIMOTO CHIHIRO, ENDO HIDEKI, CAN DANG NGOC, SUZUKI HITOSHI
J Mammal   95(3) 455-466   Jun 2014
KRYUKOV ALEXEY, SPIRIDONOVA LIUDMILA, NAKAMURA SUMIO, HARING ELISABETH, SUZUKI HITOSHI
Zool Sci   29(8) 484-492   Aug 2012
Kuwayama Takashi, Nunome Mitsuo, Suzuki Hitoshi
タクサ : 日本動物分類学会誌   (32) 7-12   Feb 2012
In this review article, we describe a recently developed method that explores past introgressive hybridization following secondary contact, focusing on recombination signals along a certain chromosome portion, such as 200 kb, 1 Mb, or 5 Mb. In a c...
YASUDA SHUMPEI P., IWABUCHI MANAMI, AIBA HARUKA, MINATO SHUSAKU, MITSUISHI KUNIHIRO, TSUCHIYA KIMIYUKI, SUZUKI HITOSHI
Zool Sci   29(2) 111-120   Feb 2012
SATO Jun J., HOSODA Tetsuji, KRYUKOV Alexey P., KARTAVTSEVA Irina V., SUZUKI Hitoshi
Mammal Study   36(4) 209-220   Dec 2011
TOMOZAWA MORIHIKO, TOMIDA HIROSHI, SUZUKI HITOSHI, TSUCHIYA KIMIYUKI
Mammal Study   35(2) 93-97   Jun 2010
A phylogeographic study of the large Japanese wood mouse, Apodemus speciosus, on Sado Island, Japan, was performed based on sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene (1,140 bp). Our previous study covered the entire species range and sugges...
Shimada Tomofumi, Aplin Ken P., Suzuki Hitoshi
Zoological science   27(5) 449-459   May 2010
SHIMADA Tomofumi, SATO Jun J., APLIN Ken P., SUZUKI Hitoshi
The Japanese Journal of Genetics   84(3) 225-231   Jun 2009
Sequences from ten species of Mus (Rodentia, Muridae) of the melanocortin-1 receptor (Mc1r) gene (945 bp), which plays a key role in coat color determination, were compared with an existing Mc1r dataset (ca. 498 bp) from 12 species of Mustela and ...
SATO JUN J., WOLSAN MIECZYSLAW, MINAMI SHINJI, HOSODA TETSUJI, SINAGA MARTUA H., HIYAMA KOZUE, YAMAGUCHI YASUNORI, SUZUKI HITOSHI
Mol Phylogenetics Evol   53(3) 907-922   2009
SHINOHARA Akio, KAWADA Shin-ichiro, HARADA Masashi, KOYASU Kazuhiro, ODA Sen-ichi, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   33(2) 77-82   Jun 2008
SHIMADA Tomofumi, APLIN Ken P., JOGAHARA Takamichi, LIN Liang-Kong, HERBRETEAU Vincent, GONZALEZ Jean-Paul, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   32(2) 49-62   Dec 2007
We investigated genetic variation in mitochondrial cytochrome b within the long-tailed rice field mouse, Mus caroli Bonhote, 1902, across its entire geographic range in Southeast and East Asia with a view to: 1) assessing the pattern and causality...
IWASA Masahiro A., KAWAKUBO Chizu, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, SUZUKI Hitoshi
ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE   23(11) 955-961   Nov 2006
The lesser Japanese mole, Mogera imaizumii, recognized by Motokawa and Abe (1996), occurs in eastern Honshu, western Honshu and Shikoku. Mitochondrial and nuclear DNA were analyzed for mole samples from eastern Honshu to elucidate intraspecific di...
Astuti Dwi, Azuma Noriko, Suzuki Hitoshi, Higashi Seigo
Zoological science   23(2) 191-198   Feb 2006
Blood and tissue samples of 40 individuals including 27 parrot species (15 genera; 3 subfamilies) were collected in Indonesia. Their phylogenetic relationships were inferred from 907 bp of the mitochondrial cytochrome-b gene, using the maximum-par...
Sato Jun J., Wolsan Mieczystaw, Suzuki Hitoshi, Hosoda Tetsuji, Yamaguchi Yasunori, Hiyama Kozue, Kobayashi Mari, Minami Shinji
Zoological science   23(2) 125-146   Feb 2006
Considerable long-standing controversy and confusion surround the phylogenetic affinities of pinnipeds, the largely marine group of "fin-footed" members of the placenta! mammalian order Carnivora. Until most recently, the two major competing hypot...
Terashima Mie, Furusawa Shunsuke, Hanzawa Naoto, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Suyanto Agutinus, Moriwaki Kazuo, Yonekawa Hiromichi, Suzuki Hitoshi
Heredity   96(2) 128-138   Feb 2006
We examined intraspecies genetic variation in house mice (Mus musculus molossinus) from the northern third of the Japanese Islands, in order to obtain evidence of the history of mouse colonization that might have shaped the current genetic diversi...
SHINOHARA Akio, CAMPBELL Kevin L., SUZUKI Hitoshi
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   30 S19-S24   Dec 2005
Japanese talpid moles exhibit a remarkable degree of species richness and geographic complexity, and as such, have attracted much research interest by morphologists, cytogeneticists, and molecular phylogeneticists. However, a consensus hypothesis ...
NAITOH Yukako, IWASA Masahiro A., OHDACHI Satoshi D., HAN Sang-Hoon, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   30(2) 101-107   Dec 2005
We estimated phylogenetic relationships among shrews of the Sorex caecutiens/shinto group (Eulipotyphla, Soricidae) from various locations through its range, based on restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis of the nuclear ribosoma...
SUZUKI Hitoshi
The Journal of animal genetics   33(1) 39-46   Dec 2005
Yasuda Shumpei P, Vogel Peter, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Han Sang-Hoon, Lin Liang-Kong, Suzuki Hitoshi
Canadian Journal of Zoology   83(11) 1411-1420   Nov 2005
We examined sequence variation in the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene (1140 bp, n = 73) and control region (842–851 bp, n = 74) in the Eurasian harvest mouse (Micromys minutus (Pallas, 1771)), with samples drawn from across its range, from Western...
CHINEN Alejandro A., SUZUKI Hitoshi, APLIN Ken P., TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, SUZUKI Sosuke
The Japanese Journal of Genetics   80(5) 367-375   Oct 2005
We conducted a pilot survey of genetic diversity among 37 karyotyped individuals of the black rat Rattus rattus (sensu lato) from six localities on the Japanese Islands, using complete gene sequences of mitochondrial cytochrome b (cyt b) and nucle...
Terasaki Asako, Suzuki Hiroshi, Suzuki Junko, Hiruta Jin, Ogasawara Michio, Ohashi Kazuyo
Zoological science   21(12)    Dec 2004
Shinohara Akio, Suzuki Hitoshi, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Zhang Ya-Ping, Luo Jing, Jiang Xue-Long, Wang Ying-Xiang, Campbell Kevin L.
Zoological science   21(12) 1177-1185   Dec 2004
We sequenced the cytochrome b gene from two little-studied mammal species from the highlands of Southwest China, the long-tailed mole Scaptonyx fusicaudus and the gracile shrew-like mole Uropsilus gracilis. This data was used to examine the phylog...
SUZUKI Hitoshi, YASUDA Shumpei P., SAKAIZUMI Mitsuru, WAKANA Shigeharu, MOTOKAWA Masaharu, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki
The Japanese Journal of Genetics   79(3) 165-176   Jun 2004
We examined the gene sequences of mitochondrial cytochrome b (cyt b) in two Japanese wood mouse species, Apodemus speciosus (n = 89) and A. argenteus (n = 46), which are distributed on the four main islands of Japan (Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, and...
Sato Jun J., Hosoda Tetsuji, Wolsan Mieczyslaw, Suzuki Hitoshi
Zoological science   31(1) 111-118   Jan 2004
Phylogenetic relationships among the ferret-badger Melogale moschata, the skunk Mephitis mephitis, and 21 other arctoid carnivorans, representing Mustelidae (Mustelinae: Mustela, Martes, Gulo; Lutrinae: Enhydra; Melinae: Meles), Procyonidae (Procy...
Furuta Ryoko, Oshima Koji, Morikawa Nao, Suzuki Hiroshi, Terasaki Asako, Ohashi Kazuyo
Zoological science   20(12)    Dec 2003
Iwasa Masahiro A., Suzuki Hitoshi
Zoological science   20(10) 1305-1313   Oct 2003
Differences in the nuclear ribosomal DNA (rDNA), mitochondrial DMA (mtDNA), cytochrome b (Cytb), and Y chromosomal Sry genes were used to assess intra- and interspecific relationships in two Japanese red-backed voles, Eothenomys andersoni and E. s...
TARASHIMA Mie, SUYANT Agustinus, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, MORIWAKI Kazuo, JIN Mei-lei, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   28(1) 67-72   Jun 2003
We examined intraspecific genetic variation in the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene (1140 bp) in the Okinawa mouse, Mus caroli (Rodentia, Muridae), from Okinawa, Taiwan, Hainan, Yunnan (southern China), Thailand, Vietnam and Java, to better underst...
Sato Jun J., Hosoda Tetsuji, Wolsan Mieczyslaw, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Yamamoto Masahiko, Suzuki Hitoshi
Zoological science   20(2) 243-264   Feb 2003
Phylogenetic relationships among 20 species-group taxa of Mustelidae, representing Mustelinae (Mustela, Martes, Gulo), Lutrinae (Enhydra), and Melinae (Meles), were examined using nucleotide sequences of the nuclear interphotoreceptor retinoid bin...
HAN Sang-Hoon, IWASA Masahiro A., OHDACHI Satoshi D., OH Hong-Shik, SUZUKI Hitoshi, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, ABE Hisashi
Acta Theriologica   47(4) 369-379   Dec 2002
Molecular phylogeny of crocidurine shrews (Insectivora, Soricidae) innortheastern Asia was investigated to confirm the taxonomic status ofunidentified specimens of Crocidura from Cheju Island, South Korea.Phylogenetic trees were constructed by nei...
Motokawa Masaharu, Harada Masashi, Wu Yi, Lin Liang-Kong, Suzuki Hitoshi
Zoological science   18(8) 1153-1160   Nov 2001
Conventional and G-banded karyotypes of Crocidura attenuata Milne-Edwards, 1872 from Guangdong, southern China, are reported. The diploid chromosome number (2n) varied from 35 to 38 among specimens, while thd fundamental arm number (FN) consistent...
MUNECHIKA Isao, OKADA Ayumi, ROBERT Nadia, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho   71(6) 572-578   Nov 2000
Examination of restriction site length polymorphism (RFLP) in the nuclear ribosomal RNA (rDNA) gene in four species of jungle fowl showed that a Sac I site in the external spacer region exists in the three jungle fowl, Gallus sonnerati, G. lafayet...
HOSODA Tetsuji, SUZUKI Hitoshi, HARADA Masashi, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, HAN Sang-Hoon, ZHANG Ya-ping, KRYUKOV Alexei P., LIN Liang-Kong
The Japanese Journal of Genetics   75(5) 259-267   Oct 2000
We compared partial sequences (402 bp) of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene in 68 individuals of martens (Martes), weasels (Mustela) and their relatives from the Northern Hemisphere to identify the modes of geographic differentiation in each spe...
Motokawa Masaharu, Suzuki Hitoshi, Harada Masashi, Lin Liang-Kong, Koyasu Kazuhiro, Oda Sen-ichi
Zoological science   17(4) 497-504   May 2000
Phylogenetic relationships among the East Asian species of the genus Crocidura (Mammalia, Insectivora, Soricidae) were inferred from the partial sequences (402 base pairs) of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. Six species of Crocidura and one re...
Iwasa Masahiro A., Utsumi Yuki, Nakata Keisuke, Kartavtseva Irina V., Nevedomskaya Irina A., Kondoh Norihisa, Suzuki Hitoshi
Zoological science   17(4) 477-484   May 2000
The gray red-backed vole, Clethrionomys rufocanus, from Far East Asia including Sakhalin and Hokkaido is known to harbor intraspecific morphological and cytogenetic variations. Here we analyzed geographic variation in the mitochondrial cytochrome ...
TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, SUZUKI Hitoshi, SHINOHARA Akio, HARADA Masashi, WAKANA Shigeharu, SAKAIZUMI Mitsuru, HAN Sang-Hoon, LIN Liang-Kong, KRYUKOV Alexei P.
The Japanese Journal of Genetics   75(1) 17-24   Feb 2000
Taxonomic analysis has previously revealed that the species of moles that inhabit Japan are characterized by exceptional species richness and a high level of endemism. Here, we focused on the evolutionary history of the four Japanese mole species ...
SUZUKI Hitoshi, IWASA Masahiro A., ISHII Nobuo, NAGAOKA Hiroko, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   24(1) 43-50   Jun 1999
We examined the geographic variation of Tokudaia osimensis through the analysis of mitochondria1 cytochrome b (cyt b) gene sequences and the restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) in the nuclear ribosomal RNA gene (rDNA), using samples co...
IWASA Masahiro A., HAN Sang Hoon, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   24(1) 35-41   Jun 1999
The conventional and G- and Q-banded karyotypes of the Korean red-backed vole Eothenomys regulus (2n=56) are described here for the first time. The autosomes were found to be composed of 26 pairs of acrocentrics and one pair of metacentrics, as in...
HOSODA Tetsuji, SUZUKI Hitoshi, IWASA Masahiro A., HAYASHIDA Mitsuhiro, WATANABE Shigeki, TATARA Masaya, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   24(1) 25-33   Jun 1999
We examined the intra- and inter-specific genetic relationships of the Japanese marten Martes melampus and the sable M. zibellina using cytoplasmic and nuclear DNA markers. The interspecific sequence divergences in the 402 base pairs of the mitoch...
宗近 功, 野沢 康平, 鈴木 仁
日本鳥学会誌 = Japanese journal of ornithology   47(4)    Apr 1999
MUNECHIKA Isao, NOZAWA Kohei, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Japanese journal of ornithology   47(4) 133-138   Apr 1999
Oshida Tatsuo, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Suzuki Hitoshi, Yanagawa Hisashi, Yoshida Michihiro C.
Chromosome science   3(1) 29-32   1999
Q- and C-banded karyotypes and the location of Ag-NORs were analyzed from each male specimen of the Japanese dormouse, Glirulus japonicus, obtained from different Prefectures of Nagasaki and Kumamato, and compared with those of the other specimen ...
SAKURAI Susumu, SUZUKI Hitoshi, SAITO Shinobu, KONISHI Yasuhiko, MACHIDA Katsuhiko, KOHNO Minoru
Japanese Journal of Microbiology   42(12) 829-836   Dec 1998
To determine the active site of exfoliative toxin B (sETB) of Staphylococcus aureus, the etb gene was cloned from an S. aureus SU strain obtained from a patient with impetigo. We prepared a frame shift mutant protein from a recombinant plasmid wit...
NAKATA Keisuke, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science)   38(1) 127-128   Oct 1998
MUNECHIKA Isao, WAKANA Shigeharu, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho   68(12) 1103-1110   Dec 1997
We studied the genetic relationships of four species of jungle fowl and the domestic fowl by the differentiation of the restriction sites in ribosomal DNA (rDNA). Almost no polymorphisms were observed, however, there were polymorphisms seen in Sac...
Suzuki Hitoshi, Minato Shusaku, Sakurai Susumu, Tsuchiya Kimiyuki, Fokin Igor M.
Zoological science   14(1) 167-173   Feb 1997
The Japanese dormouse, Glirulus japonicus, is the only extant lineage that represents this genus and it has been classified as a single species distributed on the three main islands of Japan, namely Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. However, individuals...
HAN Sang Hoon, WAKANA Shigeharu, SUZUKI Hitoshi, HIRAI Yasukazu, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   21(2) 125-135   Dec 1996
Restriction fragment variations in nuclear ribosomal DNA (rDNA) spacers, and in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA), were examined in a total of 14 individuals of the two Korean subspecies of the striped field mouse : Apodemus agrarius coreae, collected fro...
WAKANA Shigeharu, SAKAIZUMI Mitsuru, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, ASAKAWA Mitsuhiko, HAN Sang Hoon, NAKATA Keisuke, SUZUKI Hitoshi
Journal of the Mammalogical Society of Japan   21(1) 15-25   Jun 1996
Restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLPs) in nuclear ribosomal DNA (rDNA) spacers and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) were examined in red-backed voles collected in Hokkaido (Japan), and Korea. These voles have been classified into six species o...
MORITA Chiharu, TSUCHIYA Kimisachi, UENO Hiroshi, MURAMATSU Yasukazu, KOJIMAHARA Akiko, SUZUKI Hitoshi, MIYASHITA Nobumoto, MORIWAKI Kazuo, JIN Mei-Lei, WU Xiang-Lin, WANG Feng-Shan
Microbiol. Immunol.   40(4) 313-315   Apr 1996
KATAKURA Ken, OHTOMO Hiroshi, SUZUKI Hitoshi
日本熱帯医学会雑誌   23    Oct 1995
SAKURAI Susumu, SUZUKI Hitoshi, MACHIDA Katsuhiko
Microbiol. Immun.   39(6) 379-386   Jun 1995
SUZUKI Hitoshi
Honyurui Kagaku (Mammalian Science)   34(1) 67-79   Oct 1994
Watanabe Takashi, Suzuki Hitoshi, Tanba Sumio, Yokoyama Ryuzo
IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer sciences   77(9) 1445-1450   Sep 1994
Contextual classification of multispectral image data in remote sensing is discussed and concretely two improved contextual classifiers are proposed. The first is the extended adaptive classifier which partitions an image successively into homogen...
SUZUKI Hitoshi, HOSODA Tetsuji, SAKURAI Susumu, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki, MUNECHIKA Isao, KORABLEV Vladimir P.
Genes & Genetic Systems   69(4) 397-406   Aug 1994
We analyzed the restriction fragment length polymorphisms in the spacer regions of ribosomal DNA (rDNA), using twelve restriction enzymes, to examine whether the Iriomote cat is related to the leopard cat (Felis bengalensis). A restriction map for...
HOSODA Tetsuji, SUZUKI Hitoshi, YAMADA Takuzo, TSUCHIYA Kimiyuki
Cytologia   58(2) 223-230   Jun 1993
SUZUKI Hitoshi, SAKURAI Susumu, NISHIMURA Masahiko, KOMINAMI Ryo, MORIWAKI Kazuo
Genes & Genetic Systems   67(3) 217-232   Jun 1992
Silver-stainability of nucleolar organizer regions (NORs) that contain genes for ribosomal RNA (rDNA) was investigated using two mouse strains, BALB/cCrSlc and MOA, and their hybrid progeny. The patterns of segregation of the rDNA clusters were an...

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Natural history of crows
Hokkaido University Press   2010