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書き残したもの。(注)当研究室のメンバーが在籍期間中におこなった研究の論文、あるいは大橋が共著者として参加した論文のリストです。

英文誌に掲載された論文

1. Ohashi, K. and T. Yahara (1998) Effects of variation in flower number on pollinator visits in Cirsium pupuratum (Astereaceae). American Journal of Botany 85(2):219-224.

2. Ohashi, K. and T. Yahara (1999) How long to stay on, and how often to visit a flowering plant? - a model for foraging strategy when floral displays vary in size. Oikos 86(2):386-392.

3. Ohashi, K. and T. Yahara (2000) Effects of flower production and pre-dispersal seed predation on reproduction in Cirsium purpuratum. Canadian Journal of Botany 78(2):230-236.

4. Ohashi, K. and T. Yahara (2002) Visit larger displays but probe proportionally fewer flowers: counterintuitive behaviour of nectar-collecting bumble bees achieves an ideal free distribution. Functional Ecology 16(4):492-503.

5. Ohashi, K. (2002) Consequences of floral complexity for bumble-bee-mediated geitonogamous self pollination in Salvia nipponica Miq. (Labiatae). Evolution 56(12):2414-2423.

6. Ohashi, K. and J. D. Thomson (2005) Efficient harvesting of renewing resources. Behavioral Ecology 16(3):592-605.

7. Kawaguchi, L. G., K. Ohashi, and Y. Toquenaga (2006) Do bumble bees save time when choosing novel flowers by following conspecifics? Functional Ecology 20(2):239-244.

8. Saleh, N ., K. Ohashi, J. D. Thomson, and L. Chittka (2006) Facultative use of repellent scent mark in foraging bumblebees: complex vs. simple flowers. Animal Behaviour 71(4):847-854.

9. Kawaguchi, L. G., K. Ohashi, and Y. Toquenaga (2007) Contrasting responses of bumble bees to feeding conspecifics on their familiar and unfamiliar flowers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 274(1626):2661-2667.

10. Makino, T. T., K. Ohashi, and S. Sakai (2007) How do floral display size and the density of surrounding flowers influence the likelihood of bumble-bee revisitation to a plant? Functional Ecology 21(1):87-95.

11. Ohashi, K., J. D. Thomson, and D. D'Souza (2007) Trapline foraging by bumble bees: IV. Optimization of route geometry in the absense of competitors. Behavioral Ecology 18(1):1-11.

12. Yoshioka, Y., K. Ohashi, A. Konuma, H. Iwata, R. Ohsawa, and S. Ninomiya (2007) Ability of bumblebees to discriminate differences in the shape of artificial flowers of Primula sieboldii (Primulaceae). Annals of Botany 99(6):1175-1182.

13. Ohashi, K., A. Leslie, and J. D. Thomson (2008) Trapline foraging by bumble bees: V. Effects of experience and priority on competitive performance. Behavioral Ecology 19(5): 936-948.

14. Ohashi, K. and J. D. Thomson (2009) Trapline foraging by pollinators: its ontogeny, economics and possible consequences for plants. Annals of Botany 103(9):1365-1378.

15. Ohashi, K., D. D'Souza, and J. D. Thomson (2010) An automated system for tracking and identifying individual nectar foragers at multiple feeders. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64(5):891-897.

16. Ohashi, K. and J. D. Thomson (2013) Trapline foraging by bumble bees: VI. Behavioral alterations under speed-accuracy trade-offs. Behavioral Ecology 24(1):182-189.

17. Ohashi, K., A. Leslie, and J. D. Thomson (2013) Trapline foraging by bumble bees: VII. Adjustments for foraging success following competitor removal. Behavioral Ecology 24(3):768-778.

18. Suzuki, M. F. and K. Ohashi (2014) How does a floral colour‐changing species differ from its non‐colour‐changing congener? – a comparison of trait combinations and their effects on pollination. Functional Ecology 28(3):549-560.

19. Ohashi, K., T. T. Makino, and K. Arikawa (2015) Floral colour change in the eyes of pollinators: testing possible constraints and correlated evolution. Functional Ecology 29(9):1144-1155.

20. Funamoto, D., and K. Ohashi (2017) Hidden floral adaptation to nocturnal moths in an apparently bee-pollinated flower, Adenophora triphylla var. japonica (Campanulaceae). Plant Biology 19(5):767-774.

21. Makino, T., K. Ohashi (2017) Honest signals to maintain a long-lasting relationship: floral colour change prevents plant-level avoidance by experienced pollinators. Functional Ecology 31(4):831-837.

22. Ohashi, K. and A. Jürgens (in press) Three options are better than two: compensatory nature of different pollination modes in Salix caprea L. Journal of Pollination Ecology (SCAPE pollination Special Issue).

23. Ohashi, K., A. Jürgens, and J. D. Thomson (2021) Trade-off mitigation: a conceptual framework for understanding floral adaptation in multispecies interactions. Biological Reviews プレスリリースはこちら

  

英文編集本の章

1. Ohashi, K. and T. Yahara (2001) Behavioral responses of pollinators to variation in floral display size and their influences on the evolution of floral traits. In: (Chittka, L. and J. D. Thomson eds.) Cognitive Ecology of Pollination, Cambridge University Press, pp. 274-296.

 

和文誌に掲載された論文

1. 大橋 一晴(2009)ポリネーターとの利害の対立がもたらす花の形質進化-虫をあやつる植物の戦略-. 生物科学 60(3):132-141.

2. 鈴木 美季, 大橋 一晴, 牧野 崇司(2011) 生物間相互作用がもたらす形質進化を理解するために:「花色変化」をモデルとした統合的アプローチのすすめ. 日本生態学会誌 61(3):259-274.

3. 大橋 一晴, 牧野 崇司 (2012) 送粉生物学における動物研究の重要性:性淘汰ばかりではない生物間相互作用の面白さ―伊藤嘉昭 (2009) への補足として―. 生物科学 64(1): 51-64.

4. 船本 大智, 大橋 一晴 (2017) 植食性昆虫における適応放散: 機能摂食群の進化的転換のパターンとメカニズムに着目して. 昆蟲 (ニューシリーズ) 20(1):3–18.

 

和文編集本の章

1. 大橋 一晴(1999)花の数:ディスプレイ・サイズとポリネーターの訪花行動. In: (種生物学会編) 花生態学の最前線, 文一総合出版, 東京, pp. 97-123.

 

その他

大橋 一晴 (2012) 共生植物図鑑「キバナアキギリ」. 自然と科学の情報誌[ミルシル](国立科学博物館発行)

 

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