Takuya Shimada
Takuya Shimada
Forestry & Forest Products Research Institute, Japan
Verified email at affrc.go.jp
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Salivary proteins as a defense against dietary tannins
T Shimada
Journal of chemical ecology 32 (6), 1149-1163, 2006
Re-evaluation of the relationship between rodent populations and acorn masting: a review from the aspect of nutrients and defensive chemicals in acorns
T Shimada, T Saitoh
Population Ecology 48 (4), 341-352, 2006
Negative effects of acorns on the wood mouse Apodemus speciosus
T Shimada, T Saitoh
Population Ecology 45 (1), 7-17, 2003
Nutrient compositions of acorns and horse chestnuts in relation to seed-hoarding
T Shimada
Ecological Research 16 (4), 803-808, 2001
Role of tannin-binding salivary proteins and tannase-producing bacteria in the acclimation of the Japanese wood mouse to acorn tannins
T Shimada, T Saitoh, E Sasaki, Y Nishitani, R Osawa
Journal of chemical ecology 32 (6), 1165-1180, 2006
Hoarding behaviors of two wood mouse species: different preference for acorns of two Fagaceae species
T Shimada
Ecological Research 16 (1), 127-133, 2001
Isolation of tannin-degrading bacteria isolated from feces of the Japanese large wood mouse, Apodemus speciosus, feeding on tannin-rich acorns
E Sasaki, T Shimada, R Osawa, Y Nishitani, S Spring, E Lang
Systematic and applied microbiology 28 (4), 358-365, 2005
Selective consumption of acorns by the Japanese wood mouse according to tannin content: a behavioral countermeasure against plant secondary metabolites
A Takahashi, T Shimada
Ecological Research 23 (6), 1033-1038, 2008
Effects of within‐plant variability in seed weight and tannin content on foraging behaviour of seed consumers
T Shimada, A Takahashi, M Shibata, T Yagihashi
Functional Ecology 29 (12), 1513-1521, 2015
Spatial and elevational variation in fruiting phenology of a deciduous oak (Quercus crispula) and its effect on foraging behavior of the Asiatic black bear (Ursus thibetanus)
A Nakajima, S Koike, T Masaki, T Shimada, C Kozakai, Y Nemoto, ...
Ecological Research 27 (3), 529-538, 2012
Effects of acorn tannin content on infection by the fungus Ciboria batschiana
A Takahashi, Y Ichihara, Y Isagi, T Shimada
Forest Pathology 40 (2), 96-99, 2010
Different population responses of three sympatric rodent species to acorn masting—the role of tannin tolerance
R Onodera, Y Akimoto, T Shimada, T Saitoh
Population Ecology 59 (1), 29-43, 2017
Does acclimation reduce the negative effects of acorn tannins in the wood mouseApodemus speciosus?
T Shimada, T Saitoh, T Matsui
Acta theriologica 49 (2), 203-214, 2004
Dietary niche partitioning between sympatric wood mouse species (Muridae: Apodemus) revealed by DNA meta-barcoding analysis
JJ Sato, T Shimada, D Kyogoku, T Komura, S Uemura, T Saitoh, Y Isagi
Journal of Mammalogy 99 (4), 952-964, 2018
Nondestructive determination of tannin content in intact individual acorns by near-infrared spectroscopy
A Takahashi, T Shimada, S Kawano
Ecological Research 26, 679-685, 2011
Variation in seed production schedule among individual trees of a deciduous oak species Quercus serrata: its relation to seed characteristics
A Takahashi, M Shibata, T Shimada
Plant Ecology 212 (9), 1527-1535, 2011
Rat Damage Control to Round-Baled Silage by Modifying Storage Layout
H Kawamoto, H Sekiya, A Oshibe, T Komatsu, N Fukujyu, T Shimada
JARQ 46 (1), 35-40, 2012
Effects of seed size and chemical variation on seed fates in a deciduous oak species Quercus serrata
T Shimada, A Takahashi, M Shibata
Journal of Integrated Field Science 7, 15-18, 2010
Reduction of rat damage to forage paddy rice stored as round‐baled silage by modifying the storage layout
H Kawamoto, S Kimura, T Komatsu, A Oshibe, T Shimada
Grassland science 55 (2), 110-112, 2009
Interspecific Differences in Tannin Intakes of Forest-Dwelling Rodents in the Wild Revealed by a new Method Using Fecal Proline Content
T Shimada, E Nishii, T Saitoh
Journal of chemical ecology 37 (12), 1277-1284, 2011
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