Wataru Makino
Wataru Makino
Tohoku University, Graduate School of Life Sciences
Verified email at m.tohoku.ac.jp
TitleCited byYear
Growth rate–stoichiometry couplings in diverse biota
JJ Elser, K Acharya, M Kyle, J Cotner, W Makino, T Markow, T Watts, ...
Ecology Letters 6 (10), 936-943, 2003
6862003
Are bacteria more like plants or animals? Growth rate and resource dependence of bacterial C: N: P stoichiometry
W Makino, JB Cotner, RW Sterner, JJ Elser
Functional Ecology 17 (1), 121-130, 2003
3142003
Temperature and the chemical composition of poikilothermic organisms
HA Woods, W Makino, JB Cotner, SE Hobbie, JF Harrison, K Acharya, ...
Functional Ecology 17 (2), 237-245, 2003
1822003
Reduced light increases herbivore production due to stoichiometric effects of light/nutrient balance
J Urabe, M Kyle, W Makino, T Yoshida, T Andersen, JJ Elser
Ecology 83 (3), 619-627, 2002
1812002
Elemental stoichiometry of a heterotrophic bacterial community in a freshwater lake: implications for growth-and resource-dependent variations
W Makino, JB Cotner
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 34 (1), 33-41, 2004
982004
Immediate ecological impacts of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake tsunami on intertidal flat communities
J Urabe, T Suzuki, T Nishita, W Makino
PloS one 8 (5), e62779, 2013
712013
Organic carbon biogeochemistry of Lake Superior
JB Cotner, BA Biddanda, W Makino, E Stets
Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 7 (4), 451-464, 2004
682004
GenotypeŚ environment interactions, stoichiometric food quality effects, and clonal coexistence in Daphnia pulex
LJ Weider, W Makino, K Acharya, KL Glenn, M Kyle, J Urabe, JJ Elser
Oecologia 143 (4), 537-547, 2005
632005
Temperature affects stoichiometry and biochemical composition of Escherichia coli
JB Cotner, W Makino, BA Biddanda
Microbial Ecology 52 (1), 26-33, 2006
582006
Evidence of phosphorus‐limited individual and population growth of Daphnia in a Canadian Shield lake
W Makino, J Urabe, JJ Elser, C Yoshimizu
Oikos 96 (2), 197-205, 2002
362002
The long-term consequences of hybridization between the two Daphnia species, D. galeata and D. dentifera, in mature habitats
S Ishida, A Takahashi, N Matsushima, J Yokoyama, W Makino, J Urabe, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 11 (1), 209, 2011
342011
Response of life history traits to food conditions in a cyclopoid copepod from an oligotrophic environment
W Makino, S Ban
Limnology and oceanography 45 (2), 396-407, 2000
342000
Ecological stoichiometry in the microbial food web: a test of the light: nutrient hypothesis
JJ Elser, M Kyle, W Makino, T Yoshida, J Urabe
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 31 (1), 49-65, 2003
292003
Invasion, genetic variation and species identity of the calanoid copepod Sinodiaptomus valkanovi
W Makino, MA Knox, IC Duggan
Freshwater Biology 55 (2), 375-386, 2010
272010
Extreme population genetic differentiation and secondary contact in the freshwater copepod Acanthodiaptomus pacificus in the Japanese Archipelago
W Makino, AS Tanabe
Molecular ecology 18 (17), 3699-3713, 2009
262009
Did chironomid emergence release Daphnia from fish predation and lead to a Daphnia-driven clear-water phase in Lake Towada, Japan?
W Makino, H Kato, N Takamura, H Mizutani, N Katano, H Mikami
Hydrobiologia 442 (1-3), 309-317, 2001
212001
Shifts in morphology and diet of non‐native sticklebacks introduced into Japanese crater lakes
T Adachi, A Ishikawa, S Mori, W Makino, M Kume, M Kawata, J Kitano
Ecology and evolution 2 (6), 1083-1098, 2012
182012
Diel changes in vertical overlap between Cyclops strenuus (Copepoda; Cyclopoida) and its prey in oligotrophic Lake Toya, Hokkaido, Japan
W Makino, S Ban
Journal of marine systems 15 (1-4), 139-148, 1998
181998
Diel vertical migration and feeding rhythm of Daphnia longispina and Bosmina corexoni in Lake Toya, Hokkaido, Japan
W Makinol, H Haruna, S Ban
Hydrobiologia 337 (1-3), 133-143, 1996
151996
The dynamics of microbial and herbivorous food webs in a coastal sea with special reference to intermittent nutrient supply from bottom intrusion
S Nakano, Y Tomaru, T Katano, A Kaneda, W Makino, Y Nishibe, ...
Aquatic Ecology 38 (4), 485-493, 2004
142004
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