Ohashi Kazuharu

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Name
Ohashi Kazuharu
E-mail
kohashibiol.tsukuba.ac.jp
URL
https://www.ohashilab.com
Affiliation
University of Tsukuba
Section
Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences
Job title
Assistant Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jul 1998
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Mar 2001
Postdoctoral Fellowship for Young Scientists, JSPS
 
Oct 2001
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Mar 2002
Postdoctoral Fellow, Zoology Department, University of Toronto
 
Apr 2002
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Mar 2004
Postdoctoral Fellowship for Overseas Research, JSPS
 
Apr 2004
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Sep 2004
Postdoctoral Fellow, Zoology Department, University of Toronto
 
Dec 2004
   
 
Assitant Professor, Graduate School of Life & Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba
 

Education

 
 
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Mar 1993
Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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Mar 1995
Botany, Graduate School, Division of Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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Mar 1998
Biology, Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Kyushu University
 

Committee Memberships

 
1998
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2001
The Society for the Study of Species Biology  Editor (Japanese journal of SSSB)
 

Published Papers

 
Funamoto,Daichi;Ohashi,Kazuharu
Japanese Journal of Entomology (New Series)   20(1) 3-18   2017
<p>Phytophagous insects show a variety of feeding habits such as free feeding, galling, leaf mining, and seed predation. Evolutionary transitions among feeding habits play an important role in adaptive radiation of phytophagous insects. In this re...
Funamoto, Daichi; Ohashi, Kazuharu
Plant biology (Stuttgart, Germany)   19(5) 767-774   May 2017   [Refereed]
• The discrepancy between observed flower visitors and those predicted based on floral phenotype has often cast doubt on the pollination syndrome concept. Here we show that this paradox may be alleviated by gaining a better knowledge of the contri...
Makino, Takashi T.; Ohashi, Kazuharu
FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY   31(4) 831-837   Apr 2017   [Refereed]
Ohashi,K;Leslie,A;Thomson,JD
Behavioral Ecology   24(3) 768-778   May 2013   [Refereed]
Animals collecting food from renewable resource patches scattered in space often establish small foraging areas to which they return faithfully. Such area fidelity offers foraging advantages through selection of profitable patches, route minimizat...
Ohashi,K;Thomson,JD
Behavioral Ecology   24(1) 182-189   Jan 2013   [Refereed]
Trapline foraging (repeated sequential visits to a series of feeding locations) has often been observed in animals collecting floral resources. Past experiments have shown that bumble bees cannot always develop accurate (i.e., repeatable) trapline...

Books etc

 
共生植物図鑑「キバナアキギリ」
大橋一晴
自然と科学の情報誌[ミルシル](国立科学博物館発行)   Jan 2012   
花の数, ディスプレイ・サイズとポリネーターの訪花行動.
大橋一晴
文一総合出版   Jan 1999   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Downward, bell-shaped flowers are not always bee pollinated: floral adaptations to nocturnal moths in Adenophora triphylla var. japonica (Campanulaceae).
Ohashi,Kazuharu
XIX International Botanical Congress   23 Jul 2017   
Keep the old, attract the new: floral color change by plants for a full exploitation of site-faithful pollinators.
Ohashi,Kazuharu
The 31st annual meeting of the Scandinavian Pollination Ecologists   27 Oct 2017   
Keep the old, attract the new: floral color change by plants for a full exploitation of site-faithful pollinators. [Invited]
Ohashi,Kazuharu
XIX International Botanical Congress   25 Jul 2017   
Floral color change in the eyes of pollinators. [Invited]
Ohashi,Kazuharu
Evolutionary Biology Colloquium of Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf   14 Jun 2018   Klaus Lunau
ツリガネニンジン属におけるガ媒
Ohashi,Kazuharu
日本植物分類学会第16回大会   10 Mar 2017