Takushi Kishida
Takushi Kishida
Museum of Natural and Environmental History, Shizuoka / Kyoto University
Verified email at zoo.zool.kyoto-u.ac.jp
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The olfactory receptor gene repertoires in secondary-adapted marine vertebrates: evidence for reduction of the functional proportions in cetaceans
T Kishida, S Kubota, Y Shirayama, H Fukami
Biology letters 3 (4), 428-430, 2007
1282007
Olfaction and brain size in the bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus)
JGM Thewissen, J George, C Rosa, T Kishida
Marine Mammal Science 27 (2), 282-294, 2011
872011
Aquatic adaptation and the evolution of smell and taste in whales
T Kishida, JGM Thewissen, T Hayakawa, H Imai, K Agata
Zoological Letters 1 (1), 1-10, 2015
762015
Evolutionary changes of the importance of olfaction in cetaceans based on the olfactory marker protein gene
T Kishida, JGM Thewissen
Gene 492 (2), 349-353, 2012
302012
Animal cellulases with a focus on aquatic invertebrates
A Tanimura, W Liu, K Yamada, T Kishida, H Toyohara
Fisheries Science 79 (1), 1-13, 2013
282013
Unique pattern of dietary adaptation in the dentition of Carnivora: its advantage and developmental origin
M Asahara, K Saito, T Kishida, K Takahashi, K Bessho
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1832), 20160375, 2016
272016
Degeneration patterns of the olfactory receptor genes in sea snakes
T Kishida, T Hikida
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (2), 302-310, 2010
222010
Pattern of the divergence of olfactory receptor genes during tetrapod evolution
T Kishida
PloS one 3 (6), e2385, 2008
202008
Loss of olfaction in sea snakes provides new perspectives on the aquatic adaptation of amniotes
T Kishida, Y Go, S Tatsumoto, K Tatsumi, S Kuraku, M Toda
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1910), 20191828, 2019
152019
Organization and distribution of glomeruli in the bowhead whale olfactory bulb
T Kishida, JGM Thewissen, S Usip, RS Suydam, JC George
PeerJ 3, e897, 2015
152015
Evolution and senses: opsins, bitter taste, and olfaction
Y Shichida, T Yamashita, H Imai, T Kishida
Springer Japan, 2013
152013
Phylogenomics of the genus Tursiops and closely related Delphininae reveals extensive reticulation among lineages and provides inference about eco-evolutionary drivers
AE Moura, K Shreves, M Pilot, KR Andrews, DM Moore, T Kishida, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 146, 106756, 2020
142020
A single pheromone receptor gene conserved across 400 My of vertebrate evolution
H Suzuki, H Nishida, H Kondo, R Yoda, T Iwata, K Nakayama, T Enomoto, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 35 (12), 2928-2939, 2018
122018
Improving the standards for gut microbiome analysis of fecal samples: insights from the field biology of Japanese macaques on Yakushima Island
T Hayakawa, A Sawada, AS Tanabe, S Fukuda, T Kishida, Y Kurihara, ...
Primates 59 (5), 423-436, 2018
82018
How snakes find prey underwater: sea snakes use visual and chemical cues for foraging
R Kutsuma, T Sasai, T Kishida
Zoological science 35 (6), 483-486, 2018
72018
Population history of Antarctic and common minke whales inferred from individual whole-genome sequences
T Kishida
Marine Mammal Science 33 (2), 645-652, 2017
72017
Nasal mucosa resembling an olfactory system in the common minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata)
A HIROSE, T KISHIDA, G NAKAMURA
Cetacean Population Studies 1 (1), 25-28, 2018
32018
Population history of the golden eagle inferred from whole-genome sequencing of three of its subspecies
Y Sato, R Ogden, T Kishida, N Nakajima, T Maeda, M Inoue-Murayama
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 130 (4), 826-838, 2020
22020
Population history and genomic admixture of sea snakes of the genus Laticauda in the West Pacific
T Kishida, M Toda, Y Go, S Tatsumoto, T Sasai, T Hikida
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 155, 107005, 2021
12021
Olfaction of aquatic amniotes
T Kishida
Cell and Tissue Research, 1-13, 2021
12021
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