Masakado Kawata
Masakado Kawata
Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University
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A worldwide survey of genome sequence variation provides insight into the evolutionary history of the honeybee Apis mellifera
A Wallberg, F Han, G Wellhagen, B Dahle, M Kawata, N Haddad, ...
Nature genetics 46 (10), 1081-1088, 2014
Why is adaptation prevented at ecological margins? New insights from individual‐based simulations
JR Bridle, J Polechová, M Kawata, RK Butlin
Ecology Letters 13 (4), 485-494, 2010
Evolution of increased phenotypic diversity enhances population performance by reducing sexual harassment in damselflies
Y Takahashi, K Kagawa, EI Svensson, M Kawata
Nature Communications 5 (1), 1-7, 2014
Frpm artificial individuals to global patterns
M Kawata, Y Toquenaga
Trends in ecology & evolution 9 (11), 417-421, 1994
Sex chromosome turnover contributes to genomic divergence between incipient stickleback species
K Yoshida, T Makino, K Yamaguchi, S Shigenobu, M Hasebe, M Kawata, ...
PLoS Genetics 10 (3), e1004223, 2014
The evolution of extreme shell shape variation in the land snail Ainohelix editha: a phylogeny and hybrid zone analysis
H Teshima, A Davison, Y Kuwahara, J Yokoyama, S Chiba, T Fukuda, ...
Molecular Ecology 12 (7), 1869-1878, 2003
Evolution of rumours that discriminate lying defectors
M Nakamaru, M Kawata
Evolutionary Ecology Research 6 (2), 261-283, 2004
Fluctuating populations and kin interaction in mammals
M Kawata
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 5 (1), 17-20, 1990
The effect of kinship on spacing among female red-backed voles, Clethrionomys rufocanus bedfordiae
M Kawata
Oecologia 72 (1), 115-122, 1987
Mating system and reproductive success in a spring population of the red-backed vole, Clethrionomys rufocanus bedfordiae
M Kawata
Oikos, 181-190, 1985
A genetically explicit model of speciation by sensory drive within a continuous population in aquatic environments
M Kawata, A Shoji, S Kawamura, O Seehausen
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7 (1), 1-22, 2007
Relative resource abundance explains butterfly biodiversity in island communities
N Yamamoto, J Yokoyama, M Kawata
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (25), 10524-10529, 2007
A new hypothesis for species coexistence: male–male repulsion promotes coexistence of competing species
OK Mikami, M Kohda, M Kawata
Population Ecology 46 (2), 213-217, 2004
Invasion of vacant niches and subsequent sympatric speciation
M Kawata
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Genetic and acoustic population structuring in the Okinawa least horseshoe bat: are intercolony acoustic differences maintained by vertical maternal transmission?
H Yoshino, KN Armstrong, M Izawa, JUN Yokoyama, M Kawata
Molecular Ecology 17 (23), 4978-4991, 2008
Morphological stasis and phylogenetic relationships in Tadpole shrimps, Triops (Crustacea: Notostraca)
N Suno-Uchi, F Sasaki, S Chiba, M Kawata
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 61 (4), 439-457, 1997
Mating success, spatial organization, and male characteristics in experimental field populations of the red-backed vole Clethrionomys rufocanus bedfordiae
M Kawata
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 217-235, 1988
Optimal feeding under stoichiometric constraints: a model of compensatory feeding with functional response
Y Suzuki‐Ohno, M Kawata, J Urabe
Oikos 121 (4), 569-578, 2012
Genome-wide deserts for copy number variation in vertebrates
T Makino, A McLysaght, M Kawata
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-10, 2013
Does interspecific territoriality reflect the intensity of ecological interactions? A theoretical model for interspecific territoriality
OK Mikami, M Kawata
Evolutionary Ecology Research 6 (5), 765-775, 2004
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