Hirokazu Toju
Hirokazu Toju
Associate Professor of Kyoto University
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TitleCited byYear
High-Coverage ITS Primers for the DNA-Based Identification of Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes in Environmental Samples
H Toju, AS Tanabe, S Yamamoto, H Sato
PloS one 7 (7), e40863, 2012
Imbalance of predator and prey armament: geographic clines in phenotypic interface and natural selection
H Toju, T Sota
The American Naturalist 167 (1), 105-117, 2005
Diversity and infection prevalence of endosymbionts in natural populations of the chestnut weevil: relevance of local climate and host plants
Molecular ecology 20 (4), 853-868, 2011
Two new computational methods for universal DNA barcoding: a benchmark using barcode sequences of bacteria, archaea, animals, fungi, and land plants
AS Tanabe, H Toju
PloS one 8 (10), e76910, 2013
Assembly of complex plant–fungus networks
H Toju, PR Guimaraes, JM Olesen, JN Thompson
Nature communications 5, 5273, 2014
Community composition of root‐associated fungi in a Quercus‐dominated temperate forest: “codominance” of mycorrhizal and root‐endophytic fungi
H Toju, S Yamamoto, H Sato, AS Tanabe, GS Gilbert, K Kadowaki
Ecology and Evolution 3 (5), 1281-1293, 2013
Fine‐scale local adaptation of weevil mouthpart length and camellia pericarp thickness: altitudinal gradient of a putative arms race
H Toju
Evolution 62 (5), 1086-1102, 2008
Core microbiomes for sustainable agroecosystems
H Toju, KG Peay, M Yamamichi, K Narisawa, K Hiruma, K Naito, S Fukuda, ...
Nature Plants 4 (5), 247, 2018
How are plant and fungal communities linked to each other in belowground ecosystems? A massively parallel pyrosequencing analysis of the association specificity of root …
H Toju, H Sato, S Yamamoto, K Kadowaki, AS Tanabe, S Yazawa, ...
Ecology and Evolution 3 (9), 3112-3124, 2013
Diversification of endosymbiosis: replacements, co-speciation and promiscuity of bacteriocyte symbionts in weevils
H Toju, AS Tanabe, Y Notsu, T Sota, T Fukatsu
The ISME journal 7 (7), 1378, 2013
“Candidatus Curculioniphilus buchneri,” a Novel Clade of Bacterial Endocellular Symbionts from Weevils of the Genus Curculio
H Toju, T Hosokawa, R Koga, N Nikoh, XY Meng, N Kimura, T Fukatsu
Applied and environmental microbiology 76 (1), 275-282, 2010
Phylogeography and the geographic cline in the armament of a seed‐predatory weevil: effects of historical events vs. natural selection from the host plant
H Toju, T Sota
Molecular ecology 15 (13), 4161-4173, 2006
Diversity and spatial structure of belowground plant–fungal symbiosis in a mixed subtropical forest of ectomycorrhizal and arbuscular mycorrhizal plants
H Toju, H Sato, AS Tanabe
PLoS One 9 (1), e86566, 2014
Sharing of diverse mycorrhizal and root-endophytic fungi among plant species in an oak-dominated cool–temperate forest
H Toju, S Yamamoto, H Sato, AS Tanabe
PloS one 8 (10), e78248, 2013
Network modules and hubs in plant-root fungal biomes
H Toju, S Yamamoto, AS Tanabe, T Hayakawa, HS Ishii
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (116), 20151097, 2016
Adaptive divergence of scaling relationships mediates the arms race between a weevil and its host plant
H Toju, T Sota
Biology letters 2 (4), 539-542, 2006
Species-rich networks and eco-evolutionary synthesis at the metacommunity level
H Toju, M Yamamichi, PR Guimaraes Jr, JM Olesen, A Mougi, T Yoshida, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (2), 0024, 2017
Ericaceous plant–fungus network in a harsh alpine–subalpine environment
H Toju, AS Tanabe, HS Ishii
Molecular ecology 25 (13), 3242-3257, 2016
Below-ground plant–fungus network topology is not congruent with above-ground plant–animal network topology
H Toju, PR Guimarães, JM Olesen, JN Thompson
Science advances 1 (9), e1500291, 2015
Natural selection drives the fine-scale divergence of a coevolutionary arms race involving a long-mouthed weevil and its obligate host plant
H Toju
BMC Evolutionary Biology 9 (1), 273, 2009
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