Akiko Satake
Akiko Satake
Kyushu University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology
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Pollen coupling of forest trees: forming synchronized and periodic reproduction out of chaos
A Satake, YOH Iwasa
Journal of theoretical biology 203 (2), 63-84, 2000
2042000
Robust control of the seasonal expression of the Arabidopsis FLC gene in a fluctuating environment
S Aikawa, MJ Kobayashi, A Satake, KK Shimizu, H Kudoh
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (25), 11632-11637, 2010
1422010
The synchronized and intermittent reproduction of forest trees is mediated by the Moran effect, only in association with pollen coupling
A Satake, Y Iwasa
Journal of Ecology 90 (5), 830-838, 2002
1082002
Spatially limited pollen exchange and a long‐range synchronization of trees
A Satake, Y Iwasa
Ecology 83 (4), 993-1005, 2002
962002
Forecasting flowering phenology under climate warming by modelling the regulatory dynamics of flowering-time genes
A Satake, T Kawagoe, Y Saburi, Y Chiba, G Sakurai, H Kudoh
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-8, 2013
822013
Modeling the forest transition: forest scarcity and ecosystem service hypotheses
A Satake, TK Rudel
Ecological Applications 17 (7), 2024-2036, 2007
732007
Masting and trophic cascades: interplay between rowan trees, apple fruit moth, and their parasitoid in southern Norway
A Satake, O N. Bjørnstad, S Kobro
Oikos 104 (3), 540-550, 2004
712004
Nitrogen as a key regulator of flowering in Fagus crenata: understanding the physiological mechanism of masting by gene expression analysis
Y Miyazaki, Y Maruyama, Y Chiba, MJ Kobayashi, B Joseph, KK Shimizu, ...
Ecology Letters 17 (10), 1299-1309, 2014
622014
In silico simulation modeling reveals the importance of the Casparian strip for efficient silicon uptake in rice roots
G Sakurai, A Satake, N Yamaji, N Mitani-Ueno, M Yokozawa, FG Feugier, ...
Plant and Cell Physiology 56 (4), 631-639, 2015
572015
Regime shifts and heterogeneous trends in malaria time series from Western Kenya Highlands
LF Chaves, M Hashizume, A Satake, N Minakawa
Parasitology 139 (1), 14-25, 2012
542012
Nonviable seed set enhances plant fitness: the sacrificial sibling hypothesis
J Ghazoul, A Satake
Ecology 90 (2), 369-377, 2009
502009
Variable timing of reproduction in unpredictable environments: adaption of flood plain plants
A Satake, A Sasaki, Y Iwasa
Theoretical Population Biology 60 (1), 1-15, 2001
502001
Indian Ocean dipole and rainfall drive a Moran effect in East Africa malaria transmission
LF Chaves, A Satake, M Hashizume, N Minakawa
The Journal of infectious diseases 205 (12), 1885-1891, 2012
462012
Dynamical feedback between circadian clock and sucrose availability explains adaptive response of starch metabolism to various photoperiods
FG Feugier, A Satake
Frontiers in plant science 3, 305, 2013
452013
Continuous dynamic adjustment of the plant circadian oscillator
AAR Webb, M Seki, A Satake, C Caldana
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-9, 2019
442019
Parameterisation and validation of a resource budget model for masting using spatiotemporal flowering data of individual trees
T Abe, Y Tachiki, H Kon, A Nagasaka, K Onodera, K Minamino, Q Han, ...
Ecology letters 19 (9), 1129-1139, 2016
422016
Synchronized deforestation induced by social learning under uncertainty of forest-use value
A Satake, MA Janssen, SA Levin, Y Iwasa
Ecological Economics 63 (2-3), 452-462, 2007
422007
Coupled ecological–social dynamics in a forested landscape: Spatial interactions and information flow
A Satake, HM Leslie, Y Iwasa, SA Levin
Journal of theoretical biology 246 (4), 695-707, 2007
422007
Mechanisms inducing spatially extended synchrony in mast seeding: the role of pollen coupling and environmental fluctuation
Y Iwasa, A Satake
Ecological Research 19 (1), 13-20, 2004
412004
Scale mismatches and their ecological and economic effects on landscapes: A spatially explicit model
A Satake, TK Rudel, A Onuma
Global Environmental Change 18 (4), 768-775, 2008
382008
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