Program (English)

Kohmei Kadowaki
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
The maintenance of biodiversity in spatially structured environments

Yuya Fukano
Department of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
The micro-evolutionary process of host range expansion in an introduced leaf beetle

Asano Ishikawa
National Institute of Genetics
Molecular and genetic mechanisms underlying parallel loss of photoperiodic response in sticklebacks

Taisuke Kanao* and Munetoshi Maruyama
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
Biodiversity and evolution of termitophilous rove beetles

Yume Imada
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
Origin of bryophyte-feeding and evolution of host-plant use in Rhagionidae (Diptera)

Takuya Kobayashi* and Teiji Sota
Laboratory of Animal Ecology, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
Factors generating distance-decay of similarity in fungivorous insect communities: local environmental conditions and dispersal

Takashi Shirouzu
National Museum of Nature and Science
Invisible mushrooms provide insight into the evolution of wood-decaying fungi

Michio Kondoh*, Kazutaka Kawatsu, Masayuki Ushio, and Masato Yamamichi
Faculty of Science & Technology, Ryukoku University
Linking evolutionary ecology to community ecology: Evolution of inefficiency and maintenance of biodiversity

Masatoshi Funabashi
Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc.
SynecocultureーTheory, experiment, and relation to community ecology

Masayoshi Hiraiwa* and Atushi Ushimaru
Graduate School of Human Development and Environment, Kobe University
Pollinator functional composition influences the structure of pollination network: a comparison between continental and oceanic islands

Toshiyuki Nakajima
Department of Biology, Ehime University
Ecosystem is an evolutionary machine: Analysis using an artificial ecosystem

Mayumi Seto
Division of Natural Sciences, Nara Women’s University
How do organisms increase material fluxes?: A case of chemotrophic bacteria

Takuya Sato
Graduate School of Sciences, Kobe University
Parasite-mediated energy flow and ecological communities

Yutaka Osada*, Jun Matsubayashi, Taku Kadoya, Gaku Takimoto, and Michio Kondoh
Center for Research Promotion, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
Stable isotope analysis as a tool to reveal food web structures: a review and application

Kayoko Fukumori*, Erina Yoshizaki, Noriko Takamura, and Taku Kadoya
Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies
How does diversity of detritivores affect a relative contribution rate of detritus to the diet of predators?

Yasuhiro Sato
Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto University
Associational anti-herbivore defense and its potential influence on the persistence of trichome dimorphism in Arabidopsis halleri

Toshihisa Yashiro
Laboratory of Insect Ecology, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University
What you can tell by looking at “sperm gates of eggs”: a novel mechanism for the female control of egg fertilization

Yuuya Tachiki
Department of Biology, Kyushu University
Spatio-temporal pattern formations in forest communities mediated by the negative plant-soil feedback