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Teru YUTA,

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e-mail: yuta(a)yamashina.or.jp (Please replace (a) with @)


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Papers and Reports
Peer-reviewed papers
  1. Mizuta, T., Ozaki, K., Sawa, Y., Senda, M., Tomita, N., Nakamura, N., Morimoto, G. & Yuta, T. 2022. Bird Banding Scheme in Japan—Its Significance and Future Perspective. Journal of the Yamashina Institute for Ornithology 54: 71-102
  2. Yuta, T. & Nomi, D. (2019) Breeding Biology of the Eurasian NuthatchI Sitta europaea in Northern Japan. Journal of the Yamashina Institute for Ornithology 51: 62-67. DOI:10.3312/jyio.51.62
  3. Agetsuma N, Kishida O, Yuta T & Agetsuma-Yanagihara Y. (2019) Present Situation of traditional Apiculture (Beekeeping) in the Kozagawa Basin, in the Kumano Region of Japan. Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido University Forests 71: 1-9
  4. Yuta T, Nomi D, Ihle M & Koizumi I. (2018) Simulated hatching failure predicts female plasticity in extra-pair behavior over successive broods. Behavioral Ecology 29: 1264-1270. DOI: 10.1093/beheco/ary124
  5. Nomi D, Yuta T & Koizumi I. (2018) Seasonal change in sexual differences in nestling size and survival: a framework to evaluate sex-dependent environmental sensitivity in the wild. Avian Research 9: 10. DOI:10.1186/s40657-018-0102-0
  6. Nomi D, Yuta T & Koizumi I. (2018) Facultative multiple breeding as a female conditional strategy in Japanese tits: partner's quality affects the initiation of second clutches. Ecological Research 33: 479-485. DOI:10.1007/s11284-018-1565-5
  7. Nomi D, Yuta T & Koizumi I. (2017) Male feeding contribution facilitates multiple brooding in a biparental songbird. Ibis 160: 293-300. DOI:10.1111/ibi.12540
  8. Nomi D, Yuta T & Koizumi I. (2017) Breeding biology of four sympatric tits in northern Japan. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 129: 294-300. DOI:10.1676/16-014.1
  9. Yuta T & Koizumi I. (2016) Does nest predation risk affect the pattern of extra-pair paternity in a socially monogamous passerine? Journal of Avian Biology 47: 153-158. DOI:10.1111/jav.00713
  10. Laine VN, Gossmann TI, Schachtschneider KM, Garroway CJ, Madsen O, Verhoeven KJ, de Jager V, Megens HJ, Warren WC, Minx P, Crooijmans RP, Corcoran P; Great Tit HapMap Consortium (Yuta T, etc.), Sheldon BC, Slate J, Zeng K, van Oers K, Visser ME & Groenen MA. (2016) Evolutionary signals of selection on cognition from the great tit genome and methylome. Nature Communications 7:10474. DOI:10.1038/ncomms10474
  11. Nomi D, Yuta T & Koizumi I. (2015) Offspring sex ratio of Japanese Tits Parus minor is related to laying date and clutch size only in the first clutches. Acta Ornithologica 50: 213-220. DOI:10.3161/00016454AO2015.50.2.009
  12. Ishiyama N, Yuta T, Koizumi I & Nakamura F (2015) Spatial network structure and scales differently affect the population size and genetic diversity of the ninespine stickleback in a remnant wetland system. Freshwater Biology 60: 733-744. DOI:10.1111/fwb.12525
  13. Negishi JN, Soga M, Ishiyama N, Suzuki N, Yuta T, Sueyoshi M, Yamazaki C, Koizumi I, Mizugaki S, Hayashida K, Nunokawa M & Yoshimura N (2014) Geomorphic legacy controls macrophyte distribution within and across disconnected floodplain lakes. Freshwater Biology 59: 942–954. DOI:10.1111/fwb.12317
  14. Yuta T & Koizumi I. (2012) Long Breeding Season and High Frequency of Multiple Brooding in Great Tits in Northern Japan. Ardea 100:197–201. DOI:10.5253/078.100.0211
  1. Yuta T. (2016) Chapter 3 Mating System and Extra-pair Paternity in Birds (In Japanese) pp.45-75 in Behavioural Ecology of Birds (Edited by K. Eguchi), Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, Japan.