Takefumi Nakazawa
Takefumi Nakazawa
Associate professor, Department of Life Sciences, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
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Fishing effects on age and spatial structures undermine population stability of fishes
C Hsieh, A Yamauchi, T Nakazawa, WF Wang
Aquatic Sciences 72, 165-178, 2010
Ontogenetic niche shifts matter in community ecology: a review and future perspectives
T Nakazawa
Population Ecology 57 (2), 347-354, 2015
A perspective on match/mismatch of phenology in community contexts
T Nakazawa, H Doi
Oikos 121 (4), 489-495, 2012
Sex in a material world: why the study of sexual reproduction and sex‐specific traits should become more nutritionally‐explicit
NI Morehouse, T Nakazawa, CM Booher, PD Jeyasingh, MD Hall
Oikos 119 (5), 766-778, 2010
Analysis of species coexistence co-mediated by resource competition and reproductive interference
S Kishi, T Nakazawa
Population ecology 55, 305-313, 2013
Scale dependence of predator–prey mass ratio: determinants and applications
T Nakazawa, M Ushio, M Kondoh
Advances in ecological research 45, 269-302, 2011
Predator–prey body size relationships when predators can consume prey larger than themselves
T Nakazawa, S Ohba, M Ushio
Biology letters 9 (3), 20121193, 2013
Is the relationship between body size and trophic niche position time-invariant in a predatory fish? First stable isotope evidence
T Nakazawa, Y Sakai, C Hsieh, T Koitabashi, I Tayasu, N Yamamura, ...
PLoS One 5 (2), e9120, 2010
A minimum model of prey-predator system with dormancy of predators and the paradox of enrichment
M Kuwamura, T Nakazawa, T Ogawa
Journal of Mathematical Biology 58, 459-479, 2009
Functional consequences of viral impacts on bacterial communities: a food‐web model analysis
T Miki, T Nakazawa, T Yokokawa, T Nagata
Freshwater Biology 53 (6), 1142-1153, 2008
Individual interaction data are required in community ecology: a conceptual review of the predator–prey mass ratio and more
T Nakazawa
Ecological Research 32, 5-12, 2017
Predator–prey mass ratio revisited: does preference of relative prey body size depend on individual predator size?
CH Tsai, C Hsieh, T Nakazawa
Functional Ecology 30 (12), 1979-1987, 2016
Larger body size with higher predation rate
T Nakazawa, N Ishida, M Kato, N Yamamura
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16 (3), 362-372, 2007
Long-Term Changes in the Diet of Gymnogobius isaza from Lake Biwa, Japan: Effects of Body Size and Environmental Prey Availability
JC Briones, CH Tsai, T Nakazawa, Y Sakai, RDS Papa, C Hsieh, N Okuda
PLoS One 7 (12), e53167, 2012
Ontogenetic niche shift, food-web coupling, and alternative stable states
T Nakazawa
Theoretical Ecology 4, 479-494, 2011
Influence of predator‐specific defense adaptation on intraguild predation
T Nakazawa, T Miki, T Namba
Oikos 119 (3), 418-427, 2010
Model analysis for plant disease dynamics co-mediated by herbivory and herbivore-borne phytopathogens
T Nakazawa, T Yamanaka, S Urano
Biology Letters 8 (4), 685-688, 2012
The ontogenetic stoichiometric bottleneck stabilizes herbivore–autotroph dynamics
T Nakazawa
Ecological Research 26, 209-216, 2011
Alternative stable states generated by ontogenetic niche shift in the presence of multiple resource use
T Nakazawa
PLoS One 6 (2), e14667, 2011
Incorporating an ontogenetic perspective into evolutionary theory of sexual size dimorphism
CC Chou, Y Iwasa, T Nakazawa
Evolution 70 (2), 369-384, 2016
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