Hiroki Hata
Hiroki Hata
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Monoculture and mixed-species algal farms on a coral reef are maintained through intensive and extensive management by damselfishes
H Hata, M Kato
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 313 (2), 285-296, 2004
782004
Weeding by the herbivorous damselfish Stegastes nigricans in nearly monocultural algae farms
H Hata, M Kato
Marine Ecology Progress Series 237, 227-231, 2002
732002
A novel obligate cultivation mutualism between damselfish and Polysiphonia algae
H Hata, M Kato
Biology Letters 2 (4), 593-596, 2006
722006
Demise of monocultural algal farms by exclusion of territorial damselfish
H Hata, M Kato
Marine Ecology Progress Series 263, 159-167, 2003
482003
Molecular phylogeny of obligate fish parasites of the family Cymothoidae (Isopoda, Crustacea): evolution of the attachment mode to host fish and the habitat shift from saline …
H Hata, A Sogabe, S Tada, R Nishimoto, R Nakano, N Kohya, ...
Marine Biology 164 (5), 105, 2017
402017
Effects of habitat-conditioning by the damselfish Stegastes nigricans (Lacepede) on the community structure of benthic algae
H Hata, M Nishihira, S Kamura
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 280 (1-2), 95-116, 2002
372002
Territorial damselfish enhances multi-species co-existence of foraminifera mediated by biotic habitat structuring
H Hata, M Nishihira
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 270 (2), 215-240, 2002
302002
Geographic variation in the damselfish-red alga cultivation mutualism in the Indo-West Pacific
H Hata, K Watanabe, M Kato
BMC evolutionary biology 10 (1), 1-10, 2010
252010
Diet disparity among sympatric herbivorous cichlids in the same ecomorphs in Lake Tanganyika: amplicon pyrosequences on algal farms and stomach contents
H Hata, AS Tanabe, S Yamamoto, H Toju, M Kohda, M Hori
BMC biology 12 (1), 90, 2014
232014
Food habits of the farmer damselfish Stegastes nigricans inferred by stomach content, stable isotope, and fatty acid composition analyses
H Hata, Y Umezawa
Ecological research 26 (4), 809-818, 2011
192011
Jaw laterality and related handedness in the hunting behavior of a scale-eating characin, Exodon paradoxus
H Hata, M Yasugi, M Hori
PLoS One 6 (12), e29349, 2011
182011
Depth segregation and diet disparity revealed by stable isotope analyses in sympatric herbivorous cichlids in Lake Tanganyika
H Hata, J Shibata, K Omori, M Kohda, M Hori
Zoological letters 1 (1), 15, 2015
122015
Measuring and evaluating morphological asymmetry in fish: distinct lateral dimorphism in the jaws of scale‐eating cichlids
H Hata, M Yasugi, Y Takeuchi, S Takahashi, M Hori
Ecology and evolution 3 (14), 4641-4647, 2013
112013
Inheritance patterns of morphological laterality in mouth opening of zebrafish, Danio rerio
H Hata, M Hori
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 17 (6), 741-754, 2012
112012
Inheritance patterns of lateral dimorphism examined through breeding experiments in tanganyikan cichlid (Julidochromis transcriptus) and Japanese Medaka (Oryzias latipes)
H Hata, R Takahashi, H Ashiwa, S Awata, T Takeyama, M Kohda, M Hori
Zoological science 29 (1), 49-53, 2012
112012
Laterality is universal among fishes but increasingly cryptic among derived groups
M Hori, M Nakajima, H Hata, M Yasugi, S Takahashi, M Nakae, ...
Zoological science 34 (4), 267-274, 2017
102017
Diversification of functional morphology in herbivorous cichlids (Perciformes: Cichlidae) of the tribe Tropheini in Lake Tanganyika
S Tada, M Hori, K Yamaoka, H Hata
Hydrobiologia 791 (1), 83-101, 2017
102017
Farming Behaviour of Territorial Damselfi shes
H Hata, DM Ceccarelli
Biology of damselfishes, 140-170, 2016
92016
The phylogenetic position and phenotypic changes of a Chlorella-like alga during 5-year microcosm culture
A Germond, H Hata, Y Fujikawa, T Nakajima
European Journal of Phycology 48 (4), 485-496, 2013
92013
Reciprocal symbiont sharing in the lodging mutualism between walking corals and sipunculans
M Igawa, H Hata, M Kato
PloS one 12 (1), e0169825, 2017
52017
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