佐藤 成祥

Sato Noriyosi

  • 講師
  • 学位:博士(環境科学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Marine Science and Technology / Department of Fisheries

詳細情報

研究分野

  • Life sciences Ecology and environmental science
  • Life sciences Aquaculture

論文

Rare polyandry and common monogamy in the firefly squid, Watasenia scintillans

Evidence of sperm removal behaviour in an externally fertilizing species and compensatory behaviour for the risk of self-sperm removal

An elaborate behavioural sequence reinforces the decoy effect of ink during predatory attacks on squid

Whole spermatangia within the seminal receptacles of female chokka squid (Loligo reynaudii d’Orbigny, 1839–1841)

How female squid inseminate their eggs with stored sperm.

Male Alternative Reproductive Tactics and Associated Evolution of Anatomical Characteristics in Loliginid Squid.

Spermatophore dimorphism in the chokka squid Loligo reynaudii associated with alternative mating tactics

Erratum to: Structure of the seminal receptacle and sperm storage in the Japanese pygmy squid: Structure of the seminal receptacle of pygmy squids (Journal of Zoology, (2010), 282, 3, (151-156), 10.1111/j.1469-7998.2010.00733.x)

The effect of predation risk on post-copulatory sexual selection in the Japanese pygmy squid

Seasonal changes in reproductive traits and paternity in the Japanese pygmy squid Idiosepius paradoxus

Impact of cryptic female choice on insemination success: Larger sized and longer copulating male squid ejaculate more, but females influence insemination success by removing spermatangia

Complex adaptive traits between mating behaviour and post-copulatory sperm behaviour in squids

Adaptive Sex-Specific Cognitive Bias in Predation Behaviours of Japanese Pygmy Squid

Japanese pygmy squid (Idiosepius paradoxus) use ink for predation as well as for defence

Tori-lines with weighted branch lines reduce seabird bycatch in eastern South Pacific longline fishery

Female Pygmy Squid Cryptically Favour Small Males and Fast Copulation as Observed by Removal of Spermatangia

Spermatangium formation and sperm discharge in the Japanese pygmy squid Idiosepius paradoxus

The possibility of simultaneous polygamous mating in ice goby Leucopsarion petersii males

High-speed camera observations of copulatory behaviour in Idiosepius paradoxus: Function of the dimorphic hectocotyli

Sperm transfer or spermatangia removal: postcopulatory behaviour of picking up spermatangium by female Japanese pygmy squid

担当経験のある科目

  • Aquatic invertebrates, Laboratory
  • Aquatic invertebrates
  • Extension Course of Laboratory and Field Studies in Marine Biology

所属学会

  • Society for the Study of Evolution
  • The Malacological Society of London

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

Evolution of multiple sperm storage organs in Ommastrephidae

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