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NISHIDA, Sachiko
 
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Nagoya University Nagoya University Museum Associate professor
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Associate professor
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BA of History, Kyoto University (1988). TV program director at NHK (Japanese Broadcasting Corporation)(1988-1991).Doctor of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University (1998). Researcher, Hyogo Prefectural Museum (1998-2000). Assistant Professor, Nagoya University Museum (2000-2012). Associate Professor, Nagoya University Museum/Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University (2012-present).
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Degree 1

  1. Doctor of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University

Research Interests 1

  1. Plant Taxonomy, Plant Ecology, Plant Morphology

Research Areas 2

  1. Life Science / Ecology and environment  / Plant ecology

  2. Life Science / Biodiversity and systematics  / Plant taxonomy

Current Research Project and SDGs 6

  1. Effect of the reproductive interference on plant distribution patterns (Geranium, Taraxacum)

  2. Evolution and diversity of domatia

  3. Revision of Beilschmiedia (Lauraceae) in the tropics

  4. Systematics of the plant family Lauraceae with cuticular features

  5. Plant biodiversity in Borneo

  6. Phytomorphology of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae)

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Research History 6

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Environmental Studies Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Division of Earth and Environmental Sciences   associate professor

    2012.4

  2. Assistant professor, The Nagoya University Museum

    2007.4

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  3. Assistant professor, The Nagoya University Museum

    2000.11 - 2007.3

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  4. Researcher, Division of Phylogenetics, Museum of Nature and Human Activities, Hyogo

    1998.4 - 2000.10

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  5. Researcher, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

    1996.4 - 1998.3

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  6. Junior program director, NHK (Japan Broadcast Corporation)

    1988.4 - 1991.4

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Education 2

  1. Kyoto University   Graduate School, Division of Human and Environmental Studies   Human and Environmental Studies

    - 1998

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  2. Kyoto University   Faculty of Literature   History

    - 1988

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Professional Memberships 4

  1. Japanese Society of Plant Taxonomy   editor of the Japanese journal

    2009.4

  2. International Association for Plant Taxonomy

  3. The Bryological Society of Japan

  4. The Botanical Society of Japan

Committee Memberships 7

  1. 愛知県   愛知県環境審議会委員  

    2021.4   

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  2. 名古屋市緑政土木局   公募施設整備等事業者選定委員  

    2021.4 - 2022.10   

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    Committee type:Municipal

  3. 滋賀県国土利用計画審議会   自然分野委員  

    2020.7   

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  4. 名古屋市環境影響評価審査会   名古屋市環境影響評価審査会委員  

    2013   

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  5. 愛知県環境影響評価審査会   愛知県環境影響評価審査会委員  

    2013   

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  6. 滋賀県環境審議会   滋賀県環境審議会委員  

    2012.6 - 2020.5   

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  7. 名古屋市文化財調査委員会   名古屋市文化財調査委員  

    2009.4   

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Awards 2

  1. 日本植物分類学会論文賞

    2017.3   日本植物分類学会  

    若杉有紀,東浩司,内貴章世,西田佐知子

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  2. 日本植物分類学会論文賞

    2011.3   日本植物分類学会  

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Papers 57

  1. Refugia within refugium of Geranium yesoense (Geraniaceae) in Japan were driven by recolonization into the southern interglacial refugium Reviewed

    Kurata, S., S. Sakaguchi, S. K. Hirota, S. Kurashima, Y. Suyama, S. Nishida

    Biological Journal of the Linnean Society   Vol. 132 ( 3 ) page: 552 - 572   2021.1

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    DOI: 10.1093/biolinnean/blaa212

  2. Habitat partitioning in native Geranium species through reproductive interference Reviewed

    Sachiko Nishida, Koh-Ichi Takakura, Akiyo Naiki, Takayoshi Nishida

    Annals of Botany     2020.1

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    DOI: 10.1093/aob/mcz210

  3. Comparison of mechanisms of reproductive interference in Taraxacum

    Takemori Akane, Naiki Akiyo, Takakura Ko-Ichi, Kanaoka Masahiro M., Nishida Sachiko

    ANNALS OF BOTANY   Vol. 123 ( 6 ) page: 1017 - 1027   2019.5

  4. Morphological and Molecular Phylogenetic Analyses of Geranium yesoense (Geraniaceae) in Japan Reviewed

    Wakasugi, Y., H. Azuma, A. Naiki & S. Nishida

    Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica   Vol. 68 ( 3 ) page: 129-144   2017.10

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    Geranium yesoense (Geraniaceae) includes several varieties that are mainly discriminated by two morphological features, namely, the degree of leaf incision and the density of spreading hairs on the sepals, but these features have never been objectively quantified. To clarify whether these features can truly discriminate varieties, we analyzed leaf shape and sepal pubescence, and conducted a molecular phylogenetic analysis using nuclear and chloroplast DNA. Our morphological analyses showed some trends in the leaf morphology and density of hairs, but failed to identify any groupings that could be clearly distinguished on the basis of these features. Our molecular analysis recognized the species G. yesoense as a distinct taxon, but did not support the existence of subgroups within the species. We conclude that G. yesoense must be treated as one taxon with some tendency toward morphological variation by locality and habitat.
    Key words: Geranium yesoense, morphology, molecular phylogeny, taxonomy.

    DOI: 10.18942/apg.201708

  5. Variation in the strength of reproductive interference from an alien congener to a native species in Taraxacum. Reviewed

    Nishida, S., K. Hashimoto, M.M. Kanaoka, K-I. Takakura, and T. Nishdia

    Journal of Plant Research   Vol. 130   page: 125-134   2017.1

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    DOI: 10.1007/s10265-016-0865-5

  6. A preliminary Survey of the Flora of Mt. Mahiru, Tohoku district, Japan Reviewed

    Kohtaroh Shutoh, Takaya Iwasaki, Ryu Sato, Setsuji Kato, Yujiro Horii, Sachiko Nishida

    Bunrui   Vol. 16   page: 175-188   2016.8

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    We conducted a preliminary survey of the flora at Mt. Mahiru. Mt. Mahiru (1,059 m alt.) is located in the southern part of the Mahiru Mountains, Tohoku district, Japan, and supposedly harbors a wide diversity of northern plants in Japan, although there has been few studies carried out for the flora.

    DOI: 10.18942/bunrui.01602-09

  7. Cuticular features of Cryptocarya (Lauraceae) from Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand and Indo-China and its taxonomic implications. Reviewed

    Nishida, S.; R. de Kok & Y. Yang

    Phytotaxa   Vol. 244 ( 1 ) page: 26-44   2016

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  8. Reproductive interference between the native and the alien dandelion (Taraxacum) in Izu, Japan Reviewed

    Nishida, S., K-I. Takakura & T. Nishida

    Bunrui   Vol. 15 ( 1 ) page: 41-50   2015

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    Reproductive Interference is a negative interspecific interaction during reproductive processes, which may act a critical role in displacement of native species by its alien congeners. To understand the alien RI effect on distributional relationships of Japanese Taraxacum, we focused on a native species in Izu Peninsula, putatively T. platycalpum, and investigated the coexistence with the alien congener T. officinale and its vulnerability to the alien RI. Our field survey revealed strong negative correlations in the local density between the native and the alien, and reductions in seed-set of the native only when relative abundance of the alien was 80 % or more. These results suggest considerable negative effects of the alien RI on the native in Izu only if the native is the small minority at a spatial scale within which RI works, but otherwise the native should be impervious to the alien.

  9. Pollen-pistil interactions in reproductive interference: comparisons of heterospecific pollen tube growth from alien species between two native Taraxacum species Reviewed

    Nishida, S., M.M. Kanaoka, K. Hashimoto, K.-I. Takakura, T. Nishida

    Functional Ecology   Vol. 28   page: 450-457   2014

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    DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12165

  10. Do cuticle characters support the recognition of Alseodaphne, Nothaphoebe and Dehaasia as distinct genera? Reviewed

    Nishida, S & H. van der Werff

    Reinwardtia     page: in press   2014

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    The Asian members of the Persea group are divided among the genera Alseodaphne, Apollonias, Dehaasia, Machilus, Nothaphoebe and Phoebe. A recent phylogenetic analysis has shown that Machilus and Phoebe are supported as monophyletic genera but evidence that the closely related genera Alseodaphne, Dehaasia and Nothaphoebe are monophyletic or not was equivocal. In this study we analyzed cuticle characters of 95 collections belonging to the Asian members except for Apollonias. We anticipated two possible outcomes. If the genera were not monophyletic, we expected that the groups based on cuticle characters would consist of species belonging to different genera. If the genera were monophyletic, we expected that the groups based on cuticle characters would consist of species belonging to the same genus. We found 16 groups based on cuticles. Of these, 12 consisted of species of a single genus (one group included a single species and thus a single genus). The four mixed groups included mostly species of one genus with 1 or 2 species of a different genus. Our results support the recognition of Alseodaphne, Dehaasia, Machilus, Nothaphoebe and Phoebe as distinct genera.

  11. Dominant Occurrence of Cleistogamous Flowers of Lamium amplexicaule in relation to the Nearby Presence of an Alien Congener L. purpureum (Lamiaceae). Reviewed

    Sato, Y., K.-I. Takakura, S. Nishida and T. Nishida

    ISRN Ecology     2013

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    Here we document a novel phenomenon that, based on field observations in central Japan, cleistogamous flowers (or closed flowers) of an annual herb Lamium amplexicaule were dominantly expressed near an alien congener L. purpureum. The proportion of cleistogamous flowers in an individual L. amplexicaule increased with the frequency of L. purpureumoccurring in the same patches
    but did not increase with the total density of Lamium plants and their own size. To confirm the consistency of the effect of the coexisting alien species, we assessed the cleistogamous frequency at the patch level for three other populations. In these populations
    as well, the proportion of L. amplexicaule producing cleistogamous flowers increased with the frequency of L. purpureum. Our transplant experiment at one site found no effect of the nearby presence of L. purpureum on the seed set of L. amplexicaule and therefore did not support the hypothesis that the adverse effect on the reproduction via interspecific pollination favored
    cleistogamous flowers that accepted no external pollen. Further studies must be conducted to examine the negative interactions between the related species before and after seed development.

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  12. Molecular phylogenetic analyses of Geranium robertianum populations recently found in Japan Reviewed

    Nishida, S., H. Azuma, A. Naiki and M. Ogawa

    Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica   Vol. 62   page: 79-87   2012.6

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    Geranium robertianum L. is considered an endangered species in Japan, while it is invasive in several
    countries outside Japan. Recently, plants of G. robertianum have been found at several localities, none of
    which are original stations for G. robertianum in Japan. To determine whether the recently found plants
    are native Japanese plants or were naturalized from sources outside Japan, we conducted molecular phylogenetic
    analyses using DNA sequences of the plastid regions of the trn L intron, trnL3'-trnF and trnHpsbA
    intergenic spacer regions, and the nuclear internal transcribed spacer (ITS). Among 32 samples
    collected from 21 populations, we recognized three major groups, consisting of 1) recently found plants,
    2) indigenous plants, and 3) plants from Britain. Our results suggest that recently discovered plants of G.
    robertianum in Japan are more likely naturalized from sources outside Japan rather than having escaped
    from indigenous Japanese populations. The origin of the newly found plants is not known although their
    origin in Britain is unlikely.

  13. Differential effects of reproductive interference by an alien congener on native Taraxacum species Reviewed

    Nishida S., T. Takakura, T. Nishida, T. Matsumoto, Kanaoka M. M.

    Biological Invasions   Vol. 14   page: 439-447   2012

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    DOI: 10.1007/s10530-011-0088-6

  14. Analyses of the reproductive interference between native and invasive dandelions with individual based model Reviewed

    Koh-Ichi Takakura, Takashi Matsumoto, Sachiko Nishida and Takayoshi Nishida

      Vol. 62   page: 255-265   2012

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  15. イヌノフグリの“多型”-石垣環境への適応と種子散布者との関係-

    「高倉耕一」「西田佐知子」「西田隆義」

    日本生態学会関東地区会会報   Vol. 59   page: 19-25   2011

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  16. An evaluation of of the classification by cuticular characters of the lauraceae: a comparison to molecular phylogeny Reviewed

    Nishida, S. and H. van der Werff

    Annals of Missouri Botanical Garden   Vol. 98 ( 3 ) page: 348-357   2011.9

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    Cuticle characters remaining on leaves are compared with molecular phylogeny to test their usefulnes in the classification of the plant family Lauraceae.

  17. Reproductive interference and its implications for the biogeography and ecology of plants Reviewed

    Koh-Ichi Takakura, Sachiko Nishida and Takayoshi Nishida

    Bunrui   Vol. 10 ( 2 ) page: 151-162   2010.8

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    Reproductive interference (RI) refers to negative interspecific interactions in which the reproductive activities of one species directly reduce the reproductive success of another species. RI can be observed in various events in plant reproductive processes, such as stigma clogging and pollen allelopathy. The most conspicuous feature of RI is its positive frequency dependence and its self-reinforcing impact via positive feedback: when two species exert RI on one another, the more abundant species exerts a more intense adverse effect on the reproductive success of the other and then becomes more abundant. Therefore, two species that exert RI on each other essentially cannot co-exist, even if the interfering effect is subtle. Increasing numbers of studies have verified the effects of RI in plants, but the phenomenon is still misunderstood. Here, we present a theoretical outline of RI, discriminating it from hybridization or pollen competition, and address its pivotal importance in the relationships between invasive plants and native relatives, the exclusive distributions of closely related species, and character displacement between these species.

  18. *Effective range of reproductive interference exerted by an alien dandelion, Taraxacum officinale, on a native congener Reviewed

    Koh-Ichi Takakura ,Takashi Matsumoto, Takayoshi Nishida,Sachiko Nishida

    Journal of Plant Research     page: DOI 10.1007/s10265-010-0368-8   2010

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    Reproductive interference (RI), defined as the fitness cost of interspecific sexual interactions, such as interspecific pollen transfer (IPT) in plants, is ecologically important. Theoretically, RI could result in competitive exclusion, as it operates in a frequency-dependent manner. Additionally, IPT may have a greater range than resource competition, although information about the range of IPT is lacking. In the present study, we measured the range of IPT exerted by Taraxacum officinale (an alien species) on a native dandelion, T. japonicum. We used two approaches. In one, we analyzed the RI effect on a native seed set at three spatial scales. In the second, we tracked IPT from alien to native flower heads using fluorescent pigments as markers. We estimated that pollination distances were in the order of several meters. These distances exceeded the mean distance from each native plant to the nearest alien. As hypothesized, the effect of RI reached farther than neighboring individuals. These data indicate the spatial range from which alien dandelions should be removed to allow the conservation of natives.

  19. Seasonal fluctuations in foliar mite populations on Viburnum erosum Thunb. var. punctatumFranch. et Sav. (Adoxaceae) and sympatric shrubs in temperate secondary forests in western Japan Reviewed

    Masaaki SUDO, Sachiko NISHIDA and Takao ITIOKA

    Applied Entomology and Zoology   Vol. 45 ( 3 ) page: 405-415   2010

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    Fine leaf structures, such as leaf domatia or trichomes, are considered to affect the population abundance and diversity of foliar mites on forest trees and shrubs; however, the effect of such structures on seasonal fluctuations in foliar mite populations in forest ecosystems remains unknown. The authors conducted a 2-year survey on the outskirts of Kyoto on the mite assemblage found on Viburnum erosumvar. punctatum(VEP), a deciduous shrub bearing domatia and stellate hairs, and on its seasonal fluctuations. A census was also conducted on the acarofauna on 14 sympatric tree or shrub species; these communities were then compared with those found on VEP. On VEP, fungivorous mites, Winterschmidtiidae and Tydeoidea, showed continuous occurrence from late March to November, and phytoseiid mites were recorded from May to November. Eriophyioid mites were only found in spring and autumn. Total mite density was significantly higher on plant species with fine structures, and the acarofauna on such plants showed high similarity among seasons. Our data suggest that leaf-surface structures play important roles in structuring foliar mite communities throughout the seasons.

  20. Yasunia (Lauraceae), a New Genus with Two Species from Ecuador and Peru Reviewed

    van der Werff and S. Nishida

    Novon   Vol. 20   page: 493-502   2010

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    New genus with two new species of Lauraceae found in Ecuador and Peru were described with their cuticular character informations.

  21. 名古屋大学博物館所蔵中国剪紙のリスト

    「佐藤純子」「西川輝昭」「西田佐知子」「門脇誠二」

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 26   page: 185-236   2010

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  22. 名古屋大学博物館野外観察園におけるシュンランの発見

    「西田佐知子」「吉野奈津子」

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 26   page: 165-167   2010

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  23. 名古屋大学博物館所蔵中国紙馬ならびに紙銭のリスト

    「佐藤純子」「西川輝昭」「西田佐知子」「門脇誠二」

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 26   page: 169-184   2010

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  24. 高木樹木片リスト

    「吉野奈津子」「西田佐知子」

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 26   page: 237-244   2010

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  25. *Alien dandelion reduces the seed-set of a native congener through frequency-dependent and one-sided effects Reviewed

    Takakura, K. , T. Nishida, T. Matsumoto, & S. Nishida

    Biological Invasions   Vol. 11   page: 973-981   2009

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    We demonstrated the reproductive interference from invading dandelions to a Japanese native species is presumably responsible for the displacement of the Japanese species by the invasive one.

  26. Domatia - organs for symbiosis? Reviewed

    S. Nishida

    Nature study   Vol. 54   page: 1-4   2009

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  27. "Plants of the Month" in the Nagoya University Museum Botanical Garden: April, 2008-March, 2009

    S. Nishida & N. Yoshino

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 25   page: 139-144   2009.12

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  28. 生物多様性の保全と啓発活動への取り組み

    西田佐知子

    国立大学法人名古屋大学環境報告書     page: 57   2009

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  29. A catalogue of Takaki's bryophyte collection at the Nagoya University Museum: genera with initial B (3)

    H. Ishikawa, S. Nishida, T. Yoshida, & S. Shin

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 25   page: 25-127   2009.12

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  30. Records of Homecoming Day 2009 Special Display "Biodiversity of the Woods in the Nagoya University Campus"

    S. Yamamoto, Y. Ito, T. Konishi, M. Nakagawa, S. Sato, H. Kajimura, Y. Oba, & S. Nishida

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 25   page: 159-181   2009.12

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  31. Records of 17th NUM Special Display "Dragonflies -living jewels at the water's edge- from the Tokai-Konchu-Hozonkai Insect Collections"

    S. Nishida & N. Yoshino

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 25   page: 219-261   2009.12

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  32. Record of the NUM Botanical Garden Display "Algae World-from the Yoshizaki Collections"

    H. Haga, S. Nishida, T. Iino, & N. Yoshino

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 25   page: 145-157   2009.12

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  33. *Taxonomic revision of Beilschmiedia (Lauraceae) in Borneo Reviewed

    Sachiko Nishida

    Blumea   Vol. 53   page: 345-383   2008

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    The genus Beilschmiedia, belonging to the ecologically and economically important family Lauraceae, were revised for the species distributed in Borneo, which resulted in recognizing 26 species including a new species described.

  34. Seasonal change of the temperature and humidity at the repositories of the Nagoya University Museum

    Sachiko Nishida

    Bull. Nagoya Univ. Museum   Vol. 24   page: 21-29   2008

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  35. A Catalogue of Takaki's bryophyte collection at the Nagoya University Museum: genera with initial B(2)

    H. Ishikawa, S. Nishida, T. Yoshida, S. Shin

      Vol. 24   page: 31-176   2008

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  36. "Plants of the Month" in the Nagoya University Museum Botanical Garden: April.,2007- March, 2008

    Sachiko Nishida, N. Yoshino

    Bull. Nagoya Univ. Museum   Vol. 24   page: 183-188   2008

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  37. *Are cuticular characters useful in solving generic relationships of problematic species of Lauraceae? Reviewed

    Nishida, S & H. van der Werff

    Taxon   Vol. 56   page: 1229-1237   2007

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    We report on the cuticular features of a number of Lauraceae species belonging to the genera Aspidostemon, Beilschmiedia, Cryptocarya and Potameia, all from Madagascar. The goal of this project was to ascertain if cuticular features could be used to determine the generic placement of a poorly known species previously placed in Cryptocarya and Aspidostemon and of several specimens which combine characters of Potameia and Beilschmiedia. We conclude that cuticular features define groups of species or genera of Lauraceae and that these characters are a promising tool in solving the generic placement of poorly known species or specimens which possess characters typical of more than one genus.

  38. 高木蘚苔類コレクションリスト2(1): Bで始まる属 1

    石川葉留奈,西田佐知子, 吉田智弘, 眞静代

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 23   page: 65-175   2007

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    名古屋大学博物館が収蔵する高木典雄蘚苔類コレクションのうち、Bから始まる属の標本データの一部を紹介する。

  39. Two new species of Beilschmiedia (Lauraceae) from Borneo. Reviewed

    Nishida, S.

    Blumea   Vol. 51   page: 89-94   2006

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  40. *A Comparative Study on the Anatomy and Development of Different Shapes of Domatia in Cinnamomum camphora (Lauraceae). Reviewed

    Nishida, S, H. Tsukaya, H. Nagamasu, M. Nozaki

    Annals of Botany   Vol. 97   page: 601-610   2006

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  41. 高木蘚苔類コレクションリスト1: Aで始まる属

    西田佐知子・吉田智弘・石川葉留奈・眞静代

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 22   page: 111-201   2006

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  42. *Morphological variation in leaf domatia enables coexistance of antagonistic mites in Cinnamomum camphora Reviewed

    Sachiko Nishida, A. Naiki & T. Nishida.

    Canadian Journal of Botany   Vol. 83   page: 93-101   2005

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  43. 続報:博物館から寄贈された故熊沢正夫教授による研究資料とその裏面に残る記事について.

    西田佐知子、原幸喜

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 21   page: 161-172   2005

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  44. A new species of Beilschmiedia (Lauraceae) from Borneo Invited Reviewed

    Sachiko Nishida

    Novon   Vol. 15 ( 2 ) page: 343-345   2005.7

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    Description of a new species of Lauraceae, Beilschmiedia olingatha Sach. Nishida, from Borneo, Malaysia.

  45. Ny Domaties

    Sachiko Nishida

    Raventsara   Vol. 3 ( 1 ) page: 9   2005

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  46. 名古屋大学構内におけるエンシュウムヨウランの発見.

    吉野奈津子、藤井伸二、西田佐知子

    名古屋大学博物館報告   Vol. 21   page: 141-146   2005

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  47. 葉上の小器官「ダニ室」 Reviewed

    西田佐知子

    分類   Vol. 4 ( 2 ) page: 137-150   2004

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  48. Notes on a document of Professor Masao Kumazawa (1904-1982) donated to the Nagoya Uiniversity Museum

    Koki Hara, Sachiko Nishida

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 20   page: 121-127   2004

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  49. List of botanical specimens collected from the Nagoya University Museum Botanical Garden I. Flowers from spring to summer

    Sachiko Nishida, Natsuko Yoshino

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 20   page: 113-120   2004

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  50. List of the medical moulages transferred from the School of Medicine to the Museum at Nagoya University

    S. Nishida, M. Kobayashi, A. Adachi, Y. Ito, T. Ichimura, C. Ozaka

    Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum   Vol. 19   page: 87-104   2003

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  51. Preliminary study on the inner pitcher structure of five Nepenthes species from Sabah, Borneo Reviewed

    Sachiko Nishida & A. Takahashi

    Nature and Human Activities   Vol. 6   page: 49-57   2001

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  52. Notes on Beilschmiedia (Lauraceae) of Southeast Asia 1: checklist of the Bornean species with the description of a new species Reviewed

    Acta Phytotax. Geobot.   Vol. 52   page: 103-113   2001

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  53. Revision of Beilschmiedia (Lauraceae) in the Neotropics Reviewed

    Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden   Vol. 86 ( 3 ) page: 657-701   1999

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  54. S. Nishida & D.C. Christophel. Leaf anatomy of Beilschmiedia (Lauraceae) in the Neotropics Reviewed

    Nature and Human Activities   Vol. 4   page: 9-43   1999

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  55. A New Species of Ocotea (Lauraceae) from the Serra do Espinhaco, Brazil Reviewed

    Novon   Vol. 6   page: 484-486   1996

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  56. Flora of Ashiu, Japan Reviewed

    S. Yasuda (Nishida) & H. Nagamasu

    Contributions from the Biological Laboratory, Kyoto University   Vol. 28 ( 4 ) page: 367-486   1995

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  57. Seed Coat Anatomy, Karyomorphology, and Relationships of Simmondsia (Simmondsiaceae) Reviewed

    H. Tobe, K. Oginuma & S. Yasuda (Nishida)

    The Botanical Magazine, Tokyo   Vol. 105   page: 529-538   1992

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Books 9

  1. 繁殖干渉 理論と実態

    高倉耕一,岸茂樹,西田佐知子,鈴木紀之,西田隆義( Role: Joint author)

    名古屋大学出版会  2018.11  ( ISBN:978-4-8158-0925-6

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  2. 植物が出現し、気候を変えた

    デイヴィッド・ビアリング(著)西田佐知子(訳)( Role: Sole author)

    みすず書房  2015.1  ( ISBN:4622078724

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  3. 新しい植物分類学1

    戸部博、田村実、東馬哲雄、西田佐知子他( Role: Joint author)

    講談社  2012.3  ( ISBN:4061534483

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  4. 地球からのおくりもの 生物多様性を理解するために

    「安田公昭」「松岡敬二」他( Role: Joint author)

    風媒社  2011.3  ( ISBN:978-4-8331-4088-1

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  5. Colored guide to the plant mites of Japan

    Shozo Ehara & Tetsuo Goto eds.( Role: Joint author)

    2009.6 

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  6. The Botany of Desire (Translation to Japanese)

    Michael Pollan (Translated by Sachiko Nishida)( Role: Sole author)

    Yasaka Shobo  2003.10 

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    Introducing the interactions between plants and people through the natural histories and cultural histories of the four plants - apple, tulip, marijuana, and potato. (Originally written in English by M. Pollan, Nishida translated it to Japanese)

  7. Mt. Rokko Watching

    Rokko Study Group of Museum of Nature and Human Activity (ed.)( Role: Joint author)

    Publish Center of Kobe News Paper  2001.7 

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    Introducing rare plant species in Mt. Rokko, Hyogo, Japan, with a special reference to their relationship to people around the mountain.

  8. Klias-Binsulok Scientific Expedition

    M. Mohamed et al.( Role: Sole author)

    Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu  2000 

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  9. 研究するって面白い!―科学者になった11人の物語

    伊藤 由佳理編著( Role: Contributor)

    岩波書店  2016.10 

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  1. オオバナミツバフウロはミツバフウロの変種なのか?

    倉田 正観・阪口 翔太・廣田 峻・倉島治・陶山 佳久・西田 佐知子・伊藤 元己

    第20回日本植物分類学会  2021.3.8  日本植物分類学会

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    Venue:オンライン  

  2. クワガタソウ属3種における繁殖干渉のメカニズム

    玉越直子・金岡雅治・西田佐知子

    第20回日本植物分類学会  2021.3.10  日本植物分類学会

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    Venue:オンライン  

  3. 繁殖干渉における雑種の存在

    西田佐知子

    第84回日本植物学会  2020.9  日本植物学会

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    Venue:オンライン  

  4. Pollen-pistil interactions in reproductive interference International conference

    Sachiko Nishida

    Botany 2020  2020.7  Botany 2020

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  5. 繁殖干渉について雑種の語ること

    西田佐知子・内貴章世・高倉耕一・西田隆義

    第19回日本植物分類学会  2020.3  日本植物分類学会

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    Venue:岐阜  

  6. 側所的に分布するアキノタムラソウとナツノタムラソウ(広義)の交雑

    高野温子・渡邊雄太・西田佐知子

    第19回日本植物分類学会  2020.3  日本植物分類学会

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    Venue:岐阜  

  7. 生物地理学的スケールでの植物の共起を決める要因:群集生態と生物地理からのアプローチ

    川崎七海・中臺亮介・西田佐知子・大西亘・山本薫・岩崎貴也

    第19回日本植物分類学会  2020.3  日本植物分類学会

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    Venue:岐阜  

  8. ゲノムワイド解析による日本産フウロソウ属植物の系統関係解明

    倉田正観・西田佐知子・伊藤元己

    第83回日本植物学会  2019.9  日本植物学会

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    Venue:仙台  

  9. 岡山のカンサイタンポポにおける繁殖干渉メカニズム

    山本朱音・内貴章世・高倉耕一・金岡雅浩・西田佐知子

    第18回日本植物分類学会  2019.3  日本植物分類学会

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    Venue:八王子  

  10. MIG-seq法を用いた日本産フウロソウ属の系統解析

    倉田正観,西田佐知子,伊藤元己

    第17回日本植物分類学会 

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    Venue:金沢   Country:Japan  

  11. 植物における繁殖干渉を考える

    西田佐知子

    第17回日本植物分類学会 

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    Venue:金沢   Country:Japan  

  12. Heterospecific Pollen Transfer Alters Distribution of Closely Related Species through Reproductive Interference International conference

    19th International Botanical Congress  2017.7.25  International Botanical Congress

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    Venue:Shenzhen, China  

  13. ハクサンフウロとお別れか?-エゾフウロ種内分類群の形態・分子系統学的解析-

    若杉有紀,東浩司,内貴章世,西田佐知子

    第16回日本植物分類学会 

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    Venue:京都   Country:Japan  

  14. アキノタムラソウとナツノタムラソウの種間交雑と繁殖干渉

    高野温子,西田佐知子

    第15回日本植物分類学会 

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    Venue:富山   Country:Japan  

  15. センダングサ属の分布変遷を繁殖干渉と資源競争から検討する

    吉崎雄宏,高倉耕一,西田佐知子,西田隆義

    第15回日本植物分類学会 

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    Venue:富山   Country:Japan  

  16. 個体ベースモデルを用いた6年周期一斉開花の進化における繁殖干渉仮説の検証

    柿嶋聡,高橋尚也,渥美宏太,内貴章世,西田佐知子,吉村仁

    第47回種生物学会シンポジウム 

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    Venue:岐阜   Country:Japan  

  17. ジェネラリスト送粉 昆虫が駆動する近縁 雑草の駆逐は特定の 順序に従うか?

    吉崎雄宏,高倉耕一,西田佐知子,西田隆義

    第59回日本応用動物昆虫学会大会 

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    Venue:山形   Country:Japan  

  18. タンポポにおける繁殖干渉-花粉干渉が結実に与える影響を個体レベルで検証する

    竹森朱音,内貴章世,金岡雅浩,西田佐知子,高倉耕一

    生態学会第62回全国大会 

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    Venue:鹿児島   Country:Japan  

  19. センダングサはなぜいなくなったのか-標本データから分布変遷を推定する-

    吉崎雄宏,高倉耕一,西田佐知子,西田隆義

    日本生態学会第62回大会 

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    Venue:鹿児島   Country:Japan  

  20. 繁殖干渉に対する感受性の多型は駆逐・共存にどんな影響を与えるか?

    西田隆義,西田佐知子,橋本佳祐,竹森朱音,内貴章世,高倉耕一

    日本生態学会第62回大会 

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    Venue:鹿児島   Country:Japan  

  21. 伊豆タンポポの繁殖干渉

    西田佐知子,高倉耕一,西田隆義

    第14回日本植物分類学会 

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    Venue:福島   Country:Japan  

  22. タンポポにおける繁殖干渉メカニズム

    西田佐知子,金岡雅浩,橋本桂佑,高倉耕一,西田隆義

    第13回日本植物分類学会 

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    Venue:熊本   Country:Japan  

  23. 外来タンポポはなぜ強い?-在来種への繁殖干渉メカニズム-

    西田佐知子,金岡雅浩

    日本生態学会第61回大会(自由集会) 

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    Venue:広島   Country:Japan  

  24. 絶滅危惧で侵入種である日本のヒメフウロ

    西田佐知子・東浩司・内貴章世・小川誠

    日本植物分類学会第11回大会 

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    Venue:大阪   Country:Japan  

  25. 徳島カンサイはなぜ強いのか?-繁殖干渉による在来タンポポ駆逐の統一的な説明-

    橋本桂佑・金岡雅浩・高倉耕一・西田隆義・西田佐知子

    日本植物分類学会第11回大会 

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    Venue:大阪   Country:Japan  

  26. 在来対外来タンポポの盛衰を花粉干渉で統一的に説明する

    西田隆義・橋本佳祐・西田佐知子・金岡雅浩・高倉耕一

    日本生態学会第59回大会 

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    Venue:滋賀   Country:Japan  

  27. 在来vs.セイヨウタンポポ:優劣の地理変異を統一的に説明する

    西田隆義・橋本圭佑・金岡雅浩・西田佐知子・高倉耕一

    個体群生態学会第27回大会 

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    Venue:岡山   Country:Japan  

  28. 繁殖干渉への感受性が運命の分かれ道 大阪と名古屋の在来タンポポ

    高倉耕一・松本崇・西田佐知子・西田隆義・金岡雅浩

    個体群生態学会第27回大会 

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    Venue:岡山   Country:Japan  

  29. 絶滅危惧のはずなのに-日本各地に現れたヒメフウロ-

    西田佐知子・東浩司・西田隆義・小川誠

    日本植物学会第75回大会 

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    Venue:東京   Country:Japan  

  30. 繁殖干渉と花粉管行動-タンポポの個体群間での比較-

    橋本圭佑・金岡雅浩・高倉耕一・西田隆義・西田佐知子

    日本植物学会第75回大会 

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    Country:Japan  

  31. Pollen behaviour explains the different intensity of reproductive interference between Taraxacum relatives International conference

    Sachiko Nishida, Masahiro M. Kanaoka, Koh-Ichi Takakura, Takayoshi Nishida, Takashi Matsumoto

    East Asian Botany: International Symposium 2011 

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    Country:Japan  

  32. 外来タンポポに対して強い在来タンポポと弱い在来タンポポ:何が違うのか?

    西田隆義、西田佐知子、金岡雅浩 、高倉耕一

    日本生態学会第58回全国大会 

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    Venue:札幌   Country:Japan  

  33. Pollen behaviour explains the different intensity of reproductive interference between Taraxacum relatives International conference

    Nishida, S., M. M. Kanaoka, K-I. Takakura, T. Nishida, T. Matsumoto

    East Asian Botany: International Symposium 2011 

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    Country:Japan  

  34. 近縁外来種との共存がホトケノザの閉鎖花に与える影響

    佐藤安弘、高倉耕一、西田佐知子、西田隆義

    第42回種生物学シンポジウム 

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    Venue:京都   Country:Japan  

  35. 繁殖干渉の知見が植物系統分類・植物地理にもたらすもの

    西田佐知子

    第42回種生物学シンポジウム 

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    Venue:京都   Country:Japan  

  36. :外来植物のメカニズム解明に向けて~繁殖干渉理論からのアプローチ~

    西田佐知子、西田隆義、高倉耕一、松本崇、金岡雅浩

    名古屋大学若手女性研究者サイエンスフォーラム 

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    Venue:名古屋   Country:Japan  

  37. 名古屋大学構内におけるエンシュウムヨウランの発見

    吉野奈津子、藤井伸二、西田佐知子

    名古屋大学若手女性研究者サイエンスフォーラム  

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    Venue:名古屋市   Country:Japan  

  38. 植物がつくる生物多様性

    西田佐知子

    名古屋市医師会環境教育講演会 

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    Venue:名古屋市   Country:Japan  

  39. Morphological variation in leaf domatia enables coexistence of diverse mite fauna in Cinnamomum camphora International conference

    Nishida, S., A. Naiki, and T. Nishida

    In ternational Symposium of Biodiversity Sciences 2010 

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    Event date: 2010.7 - 2010.8

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    Country:Japan  

  40. 植物が生み出す生物多様性

    西田佐知子

    環境学公開講演会 

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    Venue:安城市   Country:Japan  

  41. カンサイタンポポ個体群の衰退要因と復元可能性:シミュレーションによる検討

    高倉耕一、西田隆義、松本崇、西田佐知子

    日本生態学会第57回全国大会 

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    Venue:東京   Country:Japan  

  42. トウカイはなぜ強いのか-タンポポ問題を繁殖干渉から検討する

    西田佐知子・西田隆義・ 高倉耕一・松本崇

    日本植物分類学会第9回大会 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Country:Japan  

  43. 在来タンポポと外来タンポポの攻防:花粉干渉の効き方が結果を決める

    西田隆義・高倉耕一・西田佐知子・松本崇

    個体群生態学会 

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    Event date: 2009.10

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    侵入種が在来近縁種を駆逐する機構である繁殖干渉説について、外来のセイヨウタンポポと、それに対する在来のカンサイタンポポおよびトウカイタンポポをとりあげ、それらの干渉の程度と実際の分布状況を比較し、干渉が分布におよぼす影響について検討した。

  44. ダニ室トラップ説を検証する

    西田佐知子,西田隆義,高倉耕一,吉田智弘,小舟瞬

    日本植物学会 

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    Event date: 2009.9

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    クスノキの葉のフェノロジーと、一年を通してのダニ室とフシダニの関係を調査することで、クスノキのダニ室は植食性フシダニのトラップとして機能しているのではないかという仮説を提案した。

  45. 近畿地方の二次林における植物ダニ群集の樹種間比較

    須藤正彬,西田佐知子,市岡孝朗

    日本生態学会 

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    Event date: 2009.3

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    Country:Japan  

  46. 近縁種の競争排除をもたらすものはなにか:花粉干渉の効き方

    西田隆義,西田佐知子,内貴章世,高倉耕一,松本崇

    日本生態学会56 

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    近縁な生物の「棲み分け」を説明する新しい理論として繁殖干渉説を提唱してきたが、今回の講演では、異なる繁殖の過程、すなわち結実、発芽、および雑種個体の結実という過程で生じる繁殖干渉が、同じように棲み分けをもたらすことを、外来および在来雑草を対象に述べる。

  47. 繁殖干渉が外来種の侵略・定着可能性を決定する

    高倉耕一, 藤井伸二, 西田隆義, 松本崇, 西田佐知子

    日本生態学会 

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    外来種侵入や在来種駆逐といったリスクが生じるその重要なメカニズムとして、近年注目されるようになってきた繁殖干渉について、その実証研究を紹介し、在来種の衰退において外来生物が果たした役割、外来生物リスクへの予防的・対処的対応における応用可能性について議論する。

  48. Reproductive interference explains the habitat separation between Geranium wilfordii and G. nepalensis.

    The Japanese Society for Plant Systamatics 

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    Event date: 2009.3

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    We demonstrated how reproductive interference could work on the habitat separation between the two Geranium species in Japan.

  49. The rich acarofauna on Viburnum erosum var. punctatum International conference

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    Fine structures on a plant leaf, such as trichomes or leaf domatia, are considered to affect plant mite community. However, so far, few empirical studies has determined mite fauna and its seasonal dynamics on plants bearing such fine structures on leaf surface. Viburnum erosum var. punctatum is a deciduous shrub, which has dense stellate hairs and hair tufts (domatia) on the abaxial surface of leaf. In this study, to determine the effects of such structures on fauna of leaf mites, we investigate

  50. セイヨウタンポポによる繁殖干渉がカンサイタンポポを駆逐する(1) 柱頭上のセイヨウ花粉率と結実率の関係

    松本崇・高倉耕一・西田隆義・西田佐知子

    第55回日本生態学会 

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  51. セイヨウタンポポによる繁殖干渉がカンサイタンポポを駆逐する(2). 室内実験による検証・空間スケール

    高倉耕一・松本崇・西田隆義・西田佐知子

    第55回日本生態学会 

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  52. クチクラによる分類群認識―クスノキ科における花の数性の見直し例

    西田佐知子・H. van der Werff

    日本植物分類学会第7回大会 

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     同定が不可能な標本や、分子情報が得られない標本などの分類群認識に、クチクラ形質が役に立つ可能性がある。著者らはこの可能性を、クスノキ科植物を使って探ってきた。今回は、花の数性が異なるため他の属に同定されかけた標本の分類群認識を、クチクラ形質の比較によって見直した例について報告する。
     クチクラの形質とは、葉表面のクチン化した部分から見ることができる、表皮細胞の細胞壁や気孔の形態などの形質を指す(図下)。クチクラの形質には、肉眼で見える形質とは違う情報を得ることができること、また、アルコールに浸

  53. 花粉媒介者の干渉による閉鎖花率の説明

    西田隆義,高倉耕一,西田佐知子

    日本生態学会 

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    生物の分布を説明する理論として繁殖干渉を新しく提唱し、これについて、最近になってから二次的に接触した近縁な外来ー在来種の系(ヒメオドリコソウとホトケノザ)を用いて、生息場所の空間分布の違いの説明を試みた。

  54. 季節・場所で変わるサンゴジュのダニ室動物相

    西田佐知子・ 松村俊一・ 吉田智弘・西田隆義

    日本植物分類学会第6回大会 

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  55. クチクラによる分類群認識:分子系統との比較(予報)

    西田佐知子

    日本植物分類学会第5回大会 

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    現在多くの植物の分類群認識には、花や実など肉眼で識別できる「大きな」形質を使うか、分子配列という「非常に小さな」形質を大量に使って分子系統解析から群を認識するという、大きく二分化した形質がよく使われている。以前盛んに取り上げられていた解剖学的形質は、肉眼識別より手間がかかるわりに分子配列より情報量が少ないことなどから、今では使用されることが少なくなっている。しかし、解剖学的形質の中には、手間があまりかからずに情報を得ることができ、かつ、分子配列が得られない状況での分類群認識に役立つ可能性があるも

  56. 未知の葉上器官「ダニ室」

    西田佐知子

    平成17年度日本植物分類学会講演会 

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  57. クチクラから探るAspidostemon scintillansの正体

    西田佐知子、Henk van der Werff

    日本植物学会第69回大会 

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  58. ボルネオ産クスノキ科アカハダクスノキ属の分類学的再検討

    日本植物分類学会第4回大会 

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  59. Usefulness of cuticular characters as a grouping system of the Asian Lauraceae species International conference

    International Symposium 2004, Asian Plant Diversity and Systematics 

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    Country:Japan  

  60. Domatia - enigmatic organs on leaves (3)

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Research Project for Joint Research, Competitive Funding, etc. 1

  1. 植物の分布に影響をもたらす繁殖干渉の実証的研究

    2014.4 - 2015.3

    新技術開発財団植物研究助成 

    西田佐知子

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 10

  1. 雑種化・単為生殖化-“見えない”多様性喪失への繁殖干渉関与の解明

    Grant number:20K06783  2020.4 - 2025.3

    西田 佐知子

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    Grant amount:\4160000 ( Direct Cost: \3200000 、 Indirect Cost:\960000 )

    繁殖干渉は、別種の生物が間違って交配に加わることで子孫がうまく作れなくなる現象であり、近年、近縁種同士の共存を妨げる要因として注目を集めている。一方、一見繁殖干渉もなく共存しているように見える近縁植物の中に、実際は雑種化が進んで健全な子孫を作れなかったり、有性生殖を行えない事例が見つかっている。そこで、表面上は負の相互作用はないのに実際は雑種化している植物や、花をつけながら実際は閉鎖花(開かないまま自分の花粉で種子を作る花)で繁殖する植物について、近縁種が隣接する・しない個体群で形態・遺伝的多様性・繁殖生態等を比較し、繁殖干渉が健全な子孫の減少や多様性の低下をもたらしている可能性を検証する。

  2. Biological interactions causing the evolution of 6-year periodical mass flowering

    Grant number:20K06833  2020.4 - 2023.3

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  3. 外来タンポポによる在来種駆逐を引き起こす、繁殖干渉メカニズムの解明

    2014.4

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

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  4. A comparative study on the mechanisms of reproductive interference between native and alien dandelions

    Grant number:26440211  2014.4 - 2019.3

    Nishida Sachiko

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    Grant amount:\4940000 ( Direct Cost: \3800000 、 Indirect Cost:\1140000 )

    Reproductive interference (RI) may reduce fitness of either of the involved species, with potentially important ecological consequences. To testify a hypothesis that RI from alien species causes displacement of native plants, we conducted a comparative study on native dandelion populations that had different distributional relationships with the alien dandelions to examine association between the effect of the alien RI and the degree of displacement of the natives. We also compared different mechanisms of RI in one of the populations to clarify the responsible factor.
    We found that RI from the aliens to the natives was strong in regions where the aliens outnumbered the natives and marginal where they did not; this result suggests that alien RI can critically affect distributional relationships between native and alien species. We also found that among the examined mechanisms, heterospecific pollen deposition might have the largest deleterious effect on the native species.

  5. フウロソウ属植物の不可解な分布様式を解明する、繁殖干渉理論の実証的研究

    2010.4 - 2013.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

    西田佐知子

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    植物には、気温や地質条件などでは説明できない不可解な分布様式を示すものがある。このような分布は、今まで個別の歴史的事情として解釈され、統一的な説明は試みられなかった。しかし、最近提唱されはじめた繁殖干渉という近縁種間の相互作用から、説明できる可能性がでてきた。そこでフウロソウ属をもちいて繁殖干渉の観察・実験を行い、分子系統地理解析と組み合わせることで、今まで誰も試みたことのない、野生植物の分布様式解明への検証研究を行いたい。

  6. ガマズミ属植物における共生器官ダニ室の多様性とその適応的意義の解明

    2006.4 - 2009.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

    西田佐知子

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  7. 渓流沿い水生被子植物カワゴケソウ科の跳躍的進化機構の解明

    2004.4 - 2007.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(A)

    今市涼子

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  8. クスノキ科植物を用いた、未知の葉上器官「ダニ室」の形態進化・多様化の要因解明

    2001.4 - 2003.3

    科学研究費補助金  若手研究(B)

    西田佐知子

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    植物と動物の相互作用のために進化したと思われる植物の器官の中でも、その詳細や多様性が解明されていない「ダニ室」という葉の器官について、クスノキ科植物を用いて比較研究を行なう。

  9. 熱帯雨林保全のための生物多様性インベントリーシステムの確立

    1998.4 - 2000.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(A)

    井上民二

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    マレーシアボルネオ島の生物多様性を調査し、インベントリーシステムの確立することによって熱帯雨林保全を図る。

  10. クスノキ科オコテア属のデータベースによる検索システムの確立

    1996.4 - 1998.3

    科学研究費補助金 

    西田佐知子

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    新熱帯のクスノキ科植物の種の形態を、生態・地理的特徴とあわせて比較検討することによって、植物における種の違いに関して考察を加えるとともに、その多様性を集合を用いた方法で同定可能にする新しい検索システムを構築する。

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 4

  1. 環境動物学特論2

    2016

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    繁殖や採餌や防御など、生物がとる行動の中にはさまざまな謎が隠されている。そしてその謎を解くためには、その生物の生態を進化的な観点から探ることが必要不可欠である。当講義では、こうした動物の行動の謎を解くための考え方、実験方法、そこから明らかになる興味深い事実について、過去の研究例などを参考にしながら学んでいく。

  2. 動植物の科学

    2016

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    (前半4コマ分を担当)「進化を考えない生物学は意味を持たない」。これは有名な生物学者の言葉である。この講義では動物や植物の多様な世界とその成り立ちを研究する分野、すなわち「自然史」をベースに生物進化を考える。まず進化生態学の分野から、どのようなメカニズムが生物の分布や多様性に影響して進化してきたのかを考える。次に長い時間軸を通じた生物学から、どのようなパターンとメカニズムで生物進化が起きてきたのかを振り返る。最後に動物の多様な行動がその機能形態学とどのように密接に関係しているのかを明らかにする。

  3. 博物館概論

    2016

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    博物館学芸員として必要な知識の中でも、標本と展示について詳しく教える。オムニバス形式の授業のうち、2つを担当。

  4. 博物館資料保存論

    2016

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    2回分を担当。植物および昆虫の標本の作製の仕方、保存方法、それらを使った研究例などを紹介する。

 

Media Coverage 1

  1. イヌノフグリはどこへ行った? TV or radio program

    NHK  又吉直樹のヘウレーカ!   イヌノフグリとオオイヌノフグリの繁殖干渉  2020.4

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Academic Activities 18

  1. "Leaf venation of Ocotea species (Lauraceae) from the Reserva Natural Vale, Linhares, Espírito Santo, Brazil International contribution

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    Feddes Repertorium  2020.9 - 2020.11

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  2. Persea psammophila (Lauraceae), a New Species from Bahia, Brazil International contribution

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    Systematic Botany  2020.8 - 2020.12

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  3. A re-investigation on the identity of Litsea nigrescens (Lauraceae) in the Western Ghats of India International contribution

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    Rheedea  2020.7

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  4. Phoebe macrophylla (Nees) Blume (Lauraceae) – An addition to the flora of India from Andaman & Nicobar Islands International contribution

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    Rheedea  2020.5

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  5. Differential effect of inter- and intraspecific competition on the performance of invasive and native Taraxacum species International contribution

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    Plant Species Biology  2020.5

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  6. Cryptocarya sheikelmudiyana (Lauraceae), a new species from the Western Ghats in Kerala, India International contribution

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    Taiwania  2020.4

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  7. Relationship between interspecific pollen transfer and pistil length in sympatric congeners, Clerodendrum trichotomum and C. izuinsulare International contribution

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    Plant Species Biology  2020

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  8. A revision of Beilschmiedia Nees (Lauraceae) for Thailand and Indochina International contribution

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    Thai Forest Bulletin  2020

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  9. Frequency-dependent fitness and reproductive dynamics contribute to habitat segregation in sympatric Jewelflowers International contribution

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    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences  2020

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  10. Lectotypification of Beilschmiedia gammieana (Lauraceae) International contribution

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    Rheedea  2019

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  11. Leaf epidermal micromorphology defining the phylogenetic clades in Asian Cinnamomum (Lauraceae) International contribution

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    Taxon  2019

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  12. Alseodaphnopsis (Lauraceae) revisited International contribution

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    Blumea  2019

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  13. Towards a phylogenetic classification of the Ocotea complex (Lauraceae) International contribution

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    Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society  2019

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  14. Litsea martabanica (Kurz) Hook.f. (Lauraceae): A New Record for the flora of Vietnam International contribution

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    Acta Phytotaxonomica et Geobotanica  2019

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  15. Taxonomic Revision of Dehaasia (Lauraceae) in Sumatra International contribution

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    Blumea  2019

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  16. Multi-year stigmatic pollen-load sampling reveals temporal stability in interspecific pollination of flowers in a subalpine meadow International contribution

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    Oikos  2019

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  17. Studies in Andean Ocotea V. Species with Unisexual Flowers and Sparsely, Appressed Pubescent Leaves without Domatia Occurring above 1000 m in Altitude International contribution

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    Novon  2019

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  18. Morphological characterisation of domatium development in Callicarpa saccata International contribution

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    Annals of Botany  2019

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