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ABE Harue
 
Organization
Sado Island Center for Ecological Sustainability . Associate Professor
Title
Associate Professor
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Degree

  • 理学 ( 2007.3   東邦大学 )

Research Interests

  • 島嶼生態学・分子生態学・保全遺伝学・ツバキ属

Research Areas

  • Life Science / Ecology and environment  / 島嶼生物学, 系統地理, 生物間相互作用

Research History

  • Niigata University   Sado Island Center for Ecological Sustainability   Associate Professor

    2019.4

  • Niigata University   Faculty of Agriculture Department of Agriculture   Associate Professor

    2019.3

  • Niigata University   Graduate School of Science and Technology Environmental Science and Technology   Assistant Professor

    2011.4 - 2019.2

  • Niigata University   Faculty of Agriculture Field Center for Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry Division of Sustainable Forestry, Sado Station   Assistant Professor

    2011.4 - 2019.2

  • Niigata University   Graduate School of Science and Technology Environmental Science and Technology   Assistant Professor

    2011.4 - 2019.2

 

Papers

  • Extremely low level of genetic diversity in <i>Gentiana yakushimensis</i> , an endangered species in Yakushima Island, Japan

    Naohiro I. Ishii, Shun K. Hirota, Yoshihiro Tsunamoto, Ayumi Matsuo, Harue Abe, Yoshihisa Suyama

    Plant Species Biology   2022.8

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  • Evolutionary effects of geographic and climatic isolation between Rhododendron tsusiophyllum populations on the Izu Islands and mainland Honshu of Japan. Reviewed International journal

    Watanabe Yoichi, Minami Takahashi, Atsushi J Nagano, Koichi Uehara, Harue Abe

    Heredity   126 ( 5 )   859 - 868   2021.3

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    Geographic and environmental isolations of islands and the mainland offer excellent opportunity to investigate colonization and survival dynamics of island populations. We inferred and compared evolutionary processes and the demographic history of Rhododendron tsusiophyllum, in the Izu Islands and the much larger island Honshu, treated here as the mainland, using thousands of nuclear SNPs obtained by ddRAD-seq from eight populations of R. tsusiophyllum and three populations of R. tschonoskii as an outgroup. Phylogenetic relationships and their habitats suggest that R. tsusiophyllum had evolved and migrated from cold north to warm south regions. We detected clear genetic divergence among populations in three regions of Honshu and the Izu Islands, suggesting restricted migration between them due to isolated habitats on mountains even in the mainland. The three regions have different changes in effective population size, especially, genetic diversity and population size of the Izu Islands are small compared to the others. Further, habitats of populations in the Izu Islands are warmer than those in Honshu, suggesting that they have undergone adaptive evolution. Our study provides evidences of montane rather than insular isolation on genetic divergence, survival of populations and significance of adaptive evolution for island populations with small population size and low genetic diversity, despite close proximity to mainland populations.

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  • Investigation of Clonal Structure and Self-incompatibility in Japanese Endemic Snow Camellia (Camellia rusticana) Reviewed

    Hiroki Kohama, Harue Abe, Yoshinari Moriguchi

    Silvae Genetica   70 ( 1 )   137 - 144   2021.1

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    We investigated the clonal structure, self-incompatibility, and number of seeds per fruit in <italic>Camellia rusticana</italic>, a Japanese endemic species, in comparison to the closely related <italic>C. japonica</italic>. Clonal propagation was more vigorous in <italic>C. rusticana</italic> than in <italic>C. japonica</italic> and the clonal structure of <italic>C. rusticana</italic> varied among populations. <italic>C. rusticana</italic> can maintain genets for extended periods, even in harsh environments such as high-altitude areas with considerable snow accumulation, because even a single surviving genet can propagate clonally. However, sexual reproduction (<italic>i.e.</italic>, reproduction by seed) is advantageous for dispersal to distant suitable habitats. An artificial crossing test revealed high self-incompatibility in <italic>C. rusticana</italic>, as observed in <italic>C. japonica</italic>. In addition, the number of seeds per fruit was lower in <italic>C. rusticana</italic> than in <italic>C. japonica</italic>. Self-incompatibility in <italic>C. rusticana</italic> may play a role in production of high-quality seed, despite low seed production.

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  • Quantitative classification of Camellia japonica and Camellia rusticana (Theaceae) based on leaf and flower morphology Reviewed

    Harue Abe, Hiroki Miura, Yoshitaka Motonaga

    Plant Diversity   2020.12

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  • Comparison of susceptibility to a toxic alien toad (Bufo japonicus formosus) between predators in its native and invaded ranges Reviewed

    Narumi Oyake, Nayuta Sasaki, Aya Yamaguchi, Hiroyuki Fujita, Masataka Tagami, Koki Ikeya, Masaki Takagi, Makoto Kobayashi, Harue Abe, Osamu Kishida

    FRESHWATER BIOLOGY   65 ( 2 )   240 - 252   2020.2

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    To manage biological invasions effectively, the impacts of alien species on the demography and traits of native species must be known, but determining those impacts can be challenging. We used a comparative approach to gain insight into the impacts that an alien toad (Bufo japonicus formosus) might have on native Japanese predatory amphibians. We compared the susceptibility of native predator species to alien toad toxins in the alien-invaded range and the susceptibility of closely related native predator species to the toxins in the alien toad's native range to investigate the impacts of an alien on a native species. Bufo japonicus formosus is native to Honshu, but was recently introduced to Hokkaido and Sado. In laboratory experiments, we compared individual mortality of predators exposed to a toad hatchling between novel predators on the toad-invaded islands and ecologically similar congeneric or conspecific species on Honshu, where the toad is native. We also compared (1) the percentage of individuals that consumed a toad hatchling and (2) toxin resistance (i.e. survival and growth of individuals after toad consumption) between these two groups of predators, as mechanistic components behind the susceptibility of the predators to the toxic prey. The mortality of Rana pirica from all populations after consumption of a toad hatchling was almost 100%, and that of Hynobius retardatus ranged from 14 to 90%, depending on the population. In contrast, the mortality of Rana ornativentris and Hynobius nigrescens was near 0% regardless of population. These differences between congeneric predators were mostly due to differences in their toxin resistance. These results suggest that the alien toad is a potential threat to the novel amphibian predators on Hokkaido, although they also imply that the novel predators on Hokkaido have the potential to develop toxin resistance through adaptive evolution. However, this counteradaptation may have a higher chance of evolving in H. retardatus than in R. pirica because of differences in their genetic backgrounds.

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  • New taxa of Rhododendron tschonoskii alliance (Ericaceae) from East Asia Reviewed International journal

    Watanabe Yoichi, Tadashi Minamitani, Sang-Hun Oh, Atsushi J. Nagano, Harue Abe, Tomohisa Yukawa

    PHYTOKEYS   134 ( 134 )   97 - 114   2019.10

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    Three new taxa, Rhododendron sohayakiense Y.Watan. & T.Yukawa (Ericaceae), and its two varieties, var. kiusianum Y.Watan., T.Yukawa & T.Minamitani and var. koreanum Y.Watan. & T.Yukawa are described and illustrated from Japan and South Korea. They can be distinguished from each other and from the other members of the R. tschonoskii alliance, i.e. R. tschonoskii, R. tetramerum, R. trinerve and R. tsusiophyllum, through their combination of leaf size, leaf morphologies including lateral nerves on abaxial leaf surface, corolla morphologies including number of corolla lobes, style length and anther form. Phylogenetic inferences based on chloroplast DNA and genome-wide sequences revealed that each of the three new taxa is monophyletic and they further form a clade. Distributions of the three taxa are also clearly separated from each other and also from the other members of the R. tschonoskii alliance.

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  • Genetic structure of Hepatica nobilis var. japonica, focusing on within population flower color polymorphism Reviewed

    Shinichiro Kameoka, Hitoshi Sakio, Harue Abe, Hajime Ikeda, Hiroaki Setoguchi

    JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH   130 ( 2 )   263 - 271   2017.3

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    How phenotypic or genetic diversity is maintained in a natural habitat is a fundamental question in evolutionary biology. Flower color polymorphism in plants is a common polymorphism. Hepatica nobilis var. japonica on the Sea of Japan (SJ) side of the Japanese mainland exhibits within population flower color polymorphism (e.g., white, pink, and purple), while only white flowers are observed on the Pacific Ocean (PO) side. To determine the relationships between flower color polymorphism, within and among populations, and the genetic structure of H. nobilis var. japonica, we estimated the genetic variation using simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers. First, we examined whether cryptic lineages corresponding to distinct flower colors contribute to the flower color polymorphisms in H. nobilis var. japonica. In our field observations, no bias in color frequency was observed among populations on Sado Island, a region with high variation in flower color. Simple sequence repeat (SSR) analyses revealed that 18% of the genetic variance was explained by differences among populations, whereas no genetic variation was explained by flower color hue or intensity (0% for both components). These results indicate that the flower color polymorphism is likely not explained by cryptic lineages that have different flower colors. In contrast, populations in the SJ and PO regions were genetically distinguishable. As with the other plant species in these regions, refugial isolation and subsequent migration history may have caused the genetic structure as well as the spatially heterogeneous patterns of flower color polymorphisms in H. nobilis var. japonica.

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  • The Effect of Typhoon Disturbance and Snow Pressure Stress on Clonal Structure of <i>Cryptomeria japonica</i> Reviewed

    Nagashima Takashi, K. Kimura Megumi, Tsumura Yoshihiko, Homma Kosuke, Abe Harue, Sakio Hitoshi

    Journal of the Japanese Forest Society   97 ( 1 )   19 - 24   2015

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    To determine the effect of disturbance on clonal structures of natural forest of <i>Cryptomeria japonica</i>, we have investigated spatial distribution and size structure of this species in two forests. We have set up two plots, the first one is disturbed by typhoon while another one is not affected by typhoon disturbance, and investigated the clonal structure using SSR markers. We found three types of clonal structure: (a) gathered and middle size ramets, (b) apart and different size ramets, and (c) many small ramets in line. The (a) and (b) are thought to be layering clones from withdrawn juvenile or bud by heavy snow pressure. The (c) were buds from an uprooted individual by typhoon disturbance. The result suggests that typhoon disturbance and snow pressure are one of the factors to form different clonal structures.

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  • Effects of volcanic disturbance on the reproductive success of Eurya japonica and its reproductive mutualisms Reviewed

    Harue Abe, Toshimori Takahashi, Masami Hasegawa

    PLANT ECOLOGY   215 ( 11 )   1361 - 1372   2014.11

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    Ecological observation of surviving organisms and their interactions during and after volcanic activity provides an indispensable opportunity to study how organisms respond to environmental devastation. Eurya japonica satisfies the criteria as a facilitator plant species in recovering forest on the volcanic Miyake Island, which erupted in 2000, because this species is more resistant to volcanic gases than other tree species on the island. We examined the effects of volcanic disturbance on reproductive success of E. japonica and compared the visitation frequencies of pollinator insects and frugivorous birds at nine sites showing different degrees of disturbance. The leaf health was strongly decreased by frequent volcanic gas exposure, whereas flower bud formation was not suppressed. The fruit abortion rate did not differ among sites, whereas the fruit set rate significantly decreased with increasing volcanic damage. The frequencies of pollinator and frugivorous bird visits were higher in heavily damaged areas. These results indicate that the pollination and seed-dispersal system of E. japonica was potentially maintained under volcanic disturbance, though the final reproductive success decreased.

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  • Resilient Plant-Bird Interactions in a Volcanic Island Ecosystem: Pollination of Japanese Camellia Mediated by the Japanese White-Eye Reviewed International journal

    Harue Abe, Saneyoshi Ueno, Toshimori Takahashi, Yoshihiko Tsumura, Masami Hasegawa

    PLOS ONE   8 ( 4 )   e62696   2013.4

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    Observations of interspecies interactions during volcanic activity provide important opportunities to study how organisms respond to environmental devastation. Japanese camellia (Camellia japonica L.) and its main avian pollinator, the Japanese White-eye (Zosterops japonica), offer an excellent example of such an interaction as key members of the biotic community on Miyake-jima, which erupted in 2000 and continues to emit volcanic gases. Both species exhibit higher resistance to volcanic damage than other species. We examined the effects of volcanic activity on this plant-pollinator system by estimating pollen flow and the genetic diversity of the next generation. The results showed that despite a decrease in Camellia flowers, the partitioning of allelic richness among mother-tree pollen pools and seeds decreased while the migration rate of pollen from outside the study plot and the pollen donor diversity within a fruit increased as the index of volcanic damage increased. In areas with low food (flower) density due to volcanic damage, Z. japonica ranged over larger areas to satisfy its energy needs rather than moving to areas with higher food density. Consequently, the genetic diversity of the seeds (the next plant generation) increased with the index of volcanic damage. The results were consistent with previously published data on the movement of Z. japonica based on radio tracking and the genetic diversity of Camellia pollen adhering to pollinators. Overall, our results indicated that compensation mechanisms ensured better pollination after volcanic disturbance.

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  • ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROSATELLITE LOCI IN A POLYPLOID ALPINE HERB, CALLIANTHEMUM MIYABEANUM (RANUNCULACEAE) Reviewed International journal

    Harue Abe, Yoko Nishikawa, Takashi Shimamura, Ken Sato, Yoshihisa Suyama

    AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY   99 ( 12 )   E484 - E486   2012.12

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    Premise of the study: Nuclear microsatellite primers were developed to analyze the clonal diversity and population genetic structure of the endemic polyploid herb Callianthemum miyabeanum.Methods and Results: Using a protocol for constructing microsatellite-enriched libraries, 15 primer sets were developed for use in C. miyabeanum. The number of alleles found ranged from five to 22. The estimated range of expected heterozygosities was 0.574 to 0.907, and the Shannon-Weiner diversity index ranged from 1.061 to 2.733. Cross-amplification of all loci was also successful in the closely related endemic species C. kirigishiense and C. hondoense.Conclusions: The development of these microsatellite loci will facilitate a deeper understanding of the genetic diversity, mode of reproduction, and population structure of not only C. miyabeanum, but also the other Callianthemum species endemic to Japan.

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  • Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci for Menziesia goyozanensis, an endangered shrub species endemic to Mt. Goyo in northern Japan Reviewed

    Harue Abe, Masayuki Maki, Sachiko Horie, Yoshihisa Suyama

    CONSERVATION GENETICS RESOURCES   3 ( 3 )   569 - 571   2011.7

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    Menziesia goyozanensis, a Japanese kind of fool's huckleberry, is a shrub species endemic only to Mt. Goyo in northern Japan. This species is listed as 'critically endangered' in the Red Data Book of wild plants in Japan, and only a single population has yet been discovered. We isolated and characterized 16 microsatellite loci for this species. The number of alleles ranged from 2 to 25. The range of expected heterozygosities was 0.292-0.917. Five of the 16 microsatellites were not conformed to Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, probably due to the restricted population size, genetic drifting and the presence of null alleles. These 16 microsatellite loci gave a combined non-exclusion probability of < 1.65E-15 in the sampled population. In Menziesia pentandra, which is closely related species to M. goyozanensis, the number of alleles detected and the expected heterozygosities of twelve loci ranged from 3 to 19 and 0.536 to 0.966, respectively. These informative microsatellite markers will be useful in studies of population genetic structure for these species.

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  • Climatic Gradients of Arms Race Coevolution Reviewed International journal

    Hirokazu Toju, Harue Abe, Saneyoshi Ueno, Yoshiyuki Miyazawa, Fumiya Taniguchi, Teiji Sota, Tetsukazu Yahara

    AMERICAN NATURALIST   177 ( 5 )   562 - 573   2011.5

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    In nature, spatiotemporally dynamic coevolutionary processes play major roles in the foundation and maintenance of biodiversity. Here, we examined the arms race coevolution involving a seed-eating weevil with a long snout and its camellia plant host with a thick fruit coat (pericarp) throughout the marked climatic gradient observed across the Japanese islands. Results demonstrated that female weevils, which bored holes through camellia pericarps to lay eggs into seeds, had evolved much longer snouts than males, especially in areas in which Japanese camellia pericarps were very thick. The thickness of the plant pericarp was heritable, and the camellia plant evolved a significantly thicker pericarp on islands with the weevil than on islands without it. Across populations with weevils, resource allocation to plant defense increased with increasing annual mean temperature or annual precipitation, thereby geographically differentiating the evolutionary and ecological interactions between the two species. Given that the coevolutionary relationship exhibited appreciable variation across a relatively small range of annual mean temperatures, ongoing global climatic change can dramatically alter the coevolutionary process, thereby changing the ecological interaction between these species.

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  • Plant-animal interactions controlling plant reproductive success in forest recovery process on Miyake-jima Island : The role of the association of Camellia japonica and Zosterops japonica(<Feature>Process of ecosystem recovery after the 2000 year eruption on Miyake-jima Island-Response of terrestrial ecosystem to the large eruption-) Invited Reviewed

    Abe Harue, Hasegawa Masami

    JAPANESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY   61 ( 2 )   185 - 195   2011

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  • Expanded Home Range of Pollinator Birds Facilitates Greater Pollen Flow of Camellia japonica in a Forest Heavily Damaged by Volcanic Activity Reviewed

    Harue Abe, Saneyoshi Ueno, Yoshihiko Tsumura, Masami Hasegawa

    SINGLE-POLLEN GENOTYPING   47 - +   2011

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  • Impact of volcanic activity on a plant-pollinator module in an island ecosystem: the example of the association of Camellia japonica and Zosterops japonica Reviewed

    Harue Abe, Masami Hasegawa

    ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH   23 ( 1 )   141 - 150   2008.1

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    Volcanic activity provides an indispensable opportunity to study the ecological responses of organisms to environmental devastation. We examined the reproductive success of Camellia trees to identify how volcanic activity affects the processes of leaf survival, flowering activity, fruit and seed production, pollinator abundance, pollinator visitation frequency, pollination rate, and fruit and seed maturation at different damage sites on Miyake-jima, which experienced an eruption in the summer of 2000. Volcanic gases negatively affect leaf survival and reduce flowering activity in heavily damaged areas. Pollen transfer was sufficient to ensure that higher pollination rates (83%) occurred in heavily damaged areas than in less damaged areas (26-45%), but pollinator densities were lower in response to reduced flower resources. Fruit abortion rates were greater in heavily damaged sites (78%) than in less-damaged sites (53-63%). Consequently, fruit-set rates (16-29%) did not differ significantly among sites. Seed set rates tended to increase with increasing volcanic damage. The negative correlation between seed-set rates and seed mass suggests that the decreased seed mass in severely damaged sites was attributable to the better pollination rates observed there. These results indicate that compensation mechanisms ensure better reproductive success at sites that are more strongly affected by volcanic activity.

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  • Dispersal of Camellia japonica seeds by Apodemus speciosus revealed by maternity analysis of plants and behavioral observation of animal vectors Reviewed

    Harue Abe, Rikyu Matsuki, Saneyoshi Ueno, Makoto Nashimoto, Masami Hasegawa

    ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH   21 ( 5 )   732 - 740   2006.9

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    Seed dispersal determines a plant's reproductive success, range expansion, and population genetic structures. Camellia japonica, a common evergreen tree in Japan, has been the subject of recent genetic studies of population structure, but its mode of seed dispersal has been assumed, without detailed study, to be barochory. The morphological and physiological features of C. japonica seeds, which are large and nutritious, suggest zoochorous dispersal, however. We compared actual distances between mother trees and seedlings with distances attributable to gravity dispersion only, to test the zoochory hypothesis of C. japonica. The animals that transport the seeds for caching were identified experimentally. We also examined the extent to which seed dispersal is affected by the behavior of animal vectors. Seed dispersal by Apodemus speciosus was confirmed by taking photographs of animals that were consuming seeds experimentally deposited on the ground. Camellia seeds hoarded by the rodents under the litter or soil were protected from drying. On the basis of microsatellite analysis of maternal tissue from the seed coat, the mother trees of 28 seedlings were identified. Maternity analysis revealed the average seed-dispersal distance from mother trees was 5.8 m +/- 6.0 SD, a distance greater than initial dispersal by gravity alone. These results indicate that C. japonica is a zoochorous species dispersed by A. speciosus. Fifty percent of the seed dispersal occurred from mature evergreen forests to dwarf bamboo thickets. This directional seed dispersal would contribute to range expansion of C. japonica. Home range sizes of A. speciosus were 0.85 ha at most and covered with different types of vegetation, from evergreen forests to grassland. This low specificity of their microhabitat use might enhance seed dispersal to different types of vegetation.

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  • 三宅島の噴火が島嶼生態系に及ぼした影響と回復過程―生物間相互作用からみた三宅島の生態系の一側面―

    長谷川 雅美, 阿部 晴恵

    森林科学   46 ( 46 )   24 - 27   2006

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  • 新島におけるコウモリ類の生息状況 Reviewed

    阿部 晴恵

    東洋蝙蝠研究所紀要   ( 3 )   15 - 20   2003.12

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  • Isagi, Yuji, Suyama, Yoshihisa (Eds.)

    ( Role: Contributor ,  Expanded home range of pollinator birds facilitated greater pollen flow of Camellia japonica in a forest heavily damaged by volcanic activities.)

    2010.11  ( ISBN:9784431539001

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  • 三宅島の自然ガイド―エコツーリズムで三宅島復興! (BIRDER SPECIAL)

    BIRDER編集部, BIRDER編集部( Role: Contributor ,  生き物のつながりを通じた三宅島の自然回復)

    文一総合出版  2007.5  ( ISBN:482990125X

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  • Genetic consequences of historical snowfall changes on Arnica mallotopus populations, a plant confined to heavy snow areas in Japan

    増田和俊, 瀬戸口浩彰, 長澤耕樹, 廣田峻, 陶山佳久, 沢和浩, 福本繁, 石原正恵, 阿部晴恵, 坪井勇人, 丹後亜興, 森小夜子, 阪口翔太

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • Comparisons of morphology and diet composition of Japanese weasels between Sado Island and mainland Honshu.

    木嶋健志, 阿部晴恵, 岡久佳奈

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • Morphological and ecological comparisons of Rhacophorus arboreus between mountain and plain on Sado Island.

    藤田健, 澤田聖人, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • Comparisons of floral traits and flower-visitor between Sado Island and mainland Honshu.

    多田民生, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • Diversification of nectar secretion patterns and flowering traits of Adenophora triphylla in the mainland and Izu Islands

    岡崎純子, 鍋谷陽, 木村俊一朗, 長谷川匡弘, 河合智也, 阪口奨, 鳥山航平, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • Molecular phylogeography of Camellia japonica and C.rusticana.

    阿部晴恵, 上野真義, 松尾歩, 廣田峻, 陶山佳久, 三浦弘毅, SHEN Yunguang, SU Monghuai, WANG Zhong lang

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • Fungal succession along the senescence and decomposition of Camellia rusticana leaves-Evaluation of interaction between fungal species-

    堀田崇仁, 松倉君予, 松尾歩, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • Relationship between the distribution of Theligonum japonicum and environmental conditions on Sado Island.

    指村奈穂子, 鈴木正樹, 古本良, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   69th   2022

  • 西南日本・韓国南部から発見されたツツジ属コメツツジ類の新種とその新変種

    渡辺洋一, 南谷忠志, OH Sang-Hun, 永野惇, 阿部晴恵, 遊川知久

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   20th (CD-ROM)   2021

  • 佐渡の自然環境はどのように成立したのか?生き物のかたちや遺伝子から見た佐渡アイランド・シンドローム

    阿部晴恵

    日本島嶼学会大会研究発表要旨集   2021 (CD-ROM)   2021

  • Head morphology and pray-handling behavior of Japanese striped snake having fish-eating habit on Sado island

    渡部侑果, 長谷川雅美, 飯田碧, 伊藤翔, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • Environmental and Genetic Factors Related to the Development of Large Jawedness in Larvae of salamander Hynobius nigrescens.

    村上貴俊, 中野陽介, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • Molecular phylogenetic analysis of mammals on Sado Island-Cases of the boar washed ashore and the Japanese Weasel

    向野峻平, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • Resource utilization patterns of Japanese striped snake on Sado Island: Focusing on the predation of gobiid fish species.

    伊藤翔, 浅田稜二, 長谷川雅美, 飯田碧, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • Fungal succession involved in the decomposition of Camellia rusticana leaf litter-Roles of endophytic fungi and interspecies interaction-

    堀田崇仁, 松倉君予, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • Pollinator differentiation on islands of widespread distributed plant species

    岡崎純子, 長谷川匡弘, 河合智也, 阪口奨, 鳥山航平, 阿部晴恵, 鈴木浩司

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • 日本海側気候の変化が植物の集団動態に与えた影響:多雪依存種チョウジギクを用いた検証

    増田和俊, 瀬戸口浩彰, 長澤耕樹, 廣田峻, 陶山佳久, 沢和浩, 福本繁, 石原正恵, 阿部晴恵, 坪井勇人, 丹後亜興, 森小夜子, 阪口翔太

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   20th (CD-ROM)   2021

  • When and where did the organisms of Sado Island come from?

    阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • Distribution of the alien species Japanese common toads, its competing Bullfrogs and predator Tiger keelback snakes in Sado island

    澤田聖人, 阿部晴恵, 上條隆志

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   68th   2021

  • Speciation of the sect. Camellia based on Pollinator shift

    阿部晴恵, 三浦弘毅, 片山瑠衣, 上野真義, 陶山佳久, 松尾歩, WANG Zhonglang

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   L02-02   2020.3

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  • How does the natural hybridization between Camellia rusticana and Camellia japonica affect their flower morphologies

    蓑和冴文, 三浦弘毅, 三浦阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   I02-14   2020.3

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  • Psychological effects of practical training on Niigata University Forest in Sado island

    Matsukura Kimiyo, Abe Harue, Sakio Hitoshi, Homma Kousuke, Toyoda Mitsuyo

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   131 ( 0 )   384 - 384   2020

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  • 日本・韓国から発見されたコメツツジ類の新種・新変種

    渡辺洋一, 南谷忠志, OH Sang-Hun, 永野惇, 阿部晴恵, 遊川知久

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   19th   2020

  • ユキツバキの果実および種子生産に対するクローン繁殖の影響

    小濱宏基, 阿部晴恵, 森口喜成

    日本森林学会大会学術講演集   131st   2020

  • Comparisons of flower traits and genetic structures in the hybrid zone between Camellia japonica and Camellia rustic

    阿部晴恵, 蓑和冴文, 三浦弘毅

    日本進化学会大会プログラム・講演要旨集(Web)   22nd   2020

  • Morphological changes of Japanese black salamander’s jaw in cannibalism and predation on tadpoles.

    清水宏一郎, 後藤俊矢, 岸田治, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   67th   2020

  • 広域分布種キキョウ科ツリガネニンジンの進化要因の解明:伊豆諸島における形態変異と訪花昆虫相

    岡崎純子, 長谷川昌弘, 阪口奨, 鳥山航平, 阿部晴恵, 鈴木浩司

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   19th   2020

  • Study on food habits of ’’Salvelinus pluvius’’ in Sado Island

    青木大樹, 北橋隆史, 満尾世志人, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   67th   2020

  • Global Island Biology and Islands of Japan

    渡邊謙太, 水澤怜子, 阿部晴恵, 丑丸敦史

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   67th   2020

  • Inducible defenses against an offensive predator in the anuran tadpole, Rana ornativentris Werner.

    後藤俊矢, 清水宏一郎, 岸田治, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   67th   2020

  • Pollinator shift from nocturnal to diurnal ones: Pollinators of Adenophora triphylla var. japonica in the Izu Islands

    岡崎純子, 長谷川匡弘, 鳥山航平, 阪口奨, 阿部晴恵, 鈴木浩司

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   67th   2020

  • Evolutionary process between populations on the mainland and islands in Rhododendron tsusiophyllum

    渡辺洋一, 高橋美波, 永野惇, 上原浩一, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   67th   2020

  • Comparison of clonal structure and genetic diversity in two Camellia species (<i>C. japonica</i> and <i>C. rusticana</i>)

    kohama hiroki, Abe Harue, Moriguchi Yoshinari

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   130 ( 0 )   281 - 281   2019

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  • Is it possible for <i>Apodemus argenteus</i> to eat Wild Walnuts in the Island Environments?

    Kobayashi Ayana, Matuo Ayumi, Hirota Syun, Suyama Yoshihisa, Abe Harue

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   130 ( 0 )   425 - 425   2019

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  • Morphological comparison and molecular phylogenetic analysis using MIG-seq on the sect.<i>Camellia</i>

    Katayama Rui, Matsuo ayumi, Hirota Shun, Suyama Yoshihisa, Abe Harue

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   130 ( 0 )   277 - 277   2019

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  • Verification of genetic differentiation of <i>Rana ornativentris</i> between Sado Island and Honsyu.

    Koike Minami, Matsuo Ayumi, Hirota Shun, Kiaida Osamu, Suyama Yoshihisa, Abe Harue

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   130 ( 0 )   424 - 424   2019

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  • mtDNA及びゲノムワイドSNPに基づくモリアオガエルの分子系統

    阿部晴恵, 塩崎大, 廣田峻, 陶山佳久, 長谷川雅美

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   66th   2019

  • 雄性先熟性を示すキキョウ科ツリガネニンジンの伊豆諸島における形態変異と訪花昆虫相

    岡崎純子, 南口功丞, 長谷川匡弘, 阿部晴恵, 鈴木浩司

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   66th   2019

  • 多雪がヒノキアスナロの樹形と遺伝構造に与える影響

    内木翔大, 松尾歩, 陶山佳久, HASEGAWA Yoichi, 阿部晴恵, 崎尾均

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   66th   2019

  • 新潟大学佐渡演習林における森林教育実践と今後の展望

    阿部晴恵, 菅尚子, 本間航介, 崎尾均

    日本森林学会大会学術講演集   130th   2019

  • 佐渡島の多雪環境がヒノキアスナロの樹形と群落構造に与える影響

    内木翔大, 阿部晴恵, HASEGAWA Yoichi, 松尾歩, 陶山佳久, 崎尾均

    日本森林学会大会学術講演集   130th   2019

  • 佐渡島におけるシマヘビのハゼ食に関する研究

    伊藤翔, 長谷川雅美, 飯田碧, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   66th   2019

  • ミスミソウにおける花色多型の維持機構:訪花昆虫による拮抗的自然選択

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   18th (CD-ROM)   2019

  • 多様な花色を有するミスミソウにおける負の頻度依存選択と拮抗的自然選択の検証

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 阪口翔太, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   66th   2019

  • Forest environmental education on Niigata University Forest

    Sakio Hitoshi, Homma Kousuke, Abe Harue, Kan Naoko

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   129 ( 0 )   50 - 50   2018

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  • Evaluation of flower traits and genetic characteristics for genetic resources of genus <i>Camellia</i> in Niigata Prefecture

    Kohama Hiroki, Abe Harue, Ueno Saneyoshi, Moriguchi Yoshinari

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   129 ( 0 )   272 - 272   2018

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  • ミスミソウの花色は何故多様なのか

    亀岡慎一郎, 若林智美, 三井裕樹, 田中啓介, 村井良徳, 岩科司, 大橋一晴, 阿部晴恵, 崎尾均, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   65th   2018

  • ミスミソウの花色多型と訪花昆虫による食害・種子生産量の関係

    亀岡慎一郎, 高橋大樹, 長澤耕樹, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   82nd   2018

  • ミスミソウの繁殖成功は集団内における花色頻度の影響を受けるのか?

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 阪口翔太, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   17th   2018

  • ヤブツバキとユキツバキの送粉様式と種子生産の比較

    片山瑠衣, 三浦弘毅, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会第64回全国大会講演要旨   P1-N-386   2017.3

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  • Community contribution activities of Niigata University Forest in Sado Island

    Sakio Hitoshi, Homma Kosuke, Abe Harue, Kan Naoko

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   128 ( 0 )   710 - 710   2017

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  • 広義コメツツジ類の系統地理解析から明らかになった高山への適応進化史

    渡辺洋一, 永野惇, 上原浩一, 阿部晴恵

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   16th   2017

  • 噴火が送粉メカニズムに与えた影響-メジロとツバキ-

    阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   64th   2017

  • トランスクリプトーム解析を用いたミスミソウの花色多型に関わる遺伝子の解明

    亀岡慎一郎, 若林智美, 田中啓介, 三井裕樹, 岩科司, 村井良徳, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   64th   2017

  • 集団内に多様な花色を有するミスミソウの,アントシアニン合成関連遺伝子群における多型性の検証

    亀岡慎一郎, 若林智美, 田中啓介, 三井裕樹, 岩科司, 村井良徳, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   81st   2017

  • ミスミソウの多様な花色に関わる遺伝子の集団内多型

    亀岡慎一郎, 若林智美, 三井裕樹, 田中啓介, 岩科司, 村井良徳, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   16th   2017

  • Forest practice for other University in Niigata University forest in Sado Island as educational joint usage center

    Sakio Hitoshi, Homma Kosuke, Abe Harue, Kan Naoko

    The Japanese Forest Society Congress   127 ( 0 )   671 - 671   2016

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  • ミスミソウの色素成分と,訪花昆虫の色覚との関係

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 大橋一晴, 村井良徳, 岩科司, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物分類学会大会研究発表要旨集   15th   2016

  • 形態・生態・遺伝から考えるヤブツバキとユキツバキの種分化

    三浦弘毅, 上野真義, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   63rd   2016

  • 伊豆から小笠原諸島におけるヒサカキの遺伝的構造

    阿部晴恵, 須貝杏子, 松木悠, 陶山佳久

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   63rd   2016

  • ミスミソウの異なる花色が有する生態的特性

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   80th   2016

  • ミスミソウにおける訪昆虫の色彩認識能力と花色多型の関係

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 村井良徳, 大橋一晴, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   63rd   2016

  • 研究への展開を見据えた生態学実習-佐渡島における森川海実習での取り組み-

    菅尚子, 阿部晴恵, 安房田智司, 大脇淳, 上野裕介, 瀧本岳, 北橋隆史, 満尾世志人, 飯田碧, 崎尾均, 長谷川雅美

    日本環境教育学会大会研究発表要旨集   27th   2016

  • Flower visiting insects and their color discrimination in floral color polymorphic populations of Hepatica nobilis

    KAMEOKA Shinichiro, SAKIO Hitoshi, ABE Harue, MURAI Yoshinori, OHASHI Kazuharu, SETOGUCHI Hiroaki

    Annual meeting of Japan Society for Plant Sciences   79th   2015.9

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  • 日本列島におけるミスミソウの花色多型に着目した集団遺伝構造

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物分類学会第14大会,福島大学,福島市,3月5日〜8日. 2015年   14th   2015.3

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  • ヤブツバキとユキツバキの種分化における研究

    三浦弘毅, 上野真義, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会第62回全国大会講演要旨   PA1-162   2015.3

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  • Did the reverse colonization of plants based on multiple collisions of the proto-Izu Islands produce a biodiversity hotspot region in Japan?

    阿部 晴恵

    食生活科学・文化及び環境に関する研究助成研究紀要   30   149 - 156   2015

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  • 佐渡島での白花化現象はなぜ起こるのか?ホタルブクロを用いた要因の検証

    阿部晴恵, 中山千歳

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   62nd   2015

  • 日本列島におけるミスミソウの花色多型に着目した集団遺伝構造

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   62nd   2015

  • 台風撹乱が多雪地のスギのクローン構造に及ぼす影響

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    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   61st   2014

  • 花粉一粒分析を用いた植物生態学的研究

    阿部晴恵, 松木悠, 陶山佳久

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨(Web)   61st   2014

  • 菌従属栄養植物タカツルランの菌根菌の多様性

    XU H., 辻田有紀, 深澤遊, 阿部晴恵, 馬田英隆, 手塚賢至, 後藤利幸, 牧雅之, 遊川知久

    日本菌学会大会講演要旨集   58th   2014

  • 花色が多様な佐渡島のミスミソウ群落における集団構造解析

    亀岡慎一郎, 崎尾均, 阿部晴恵, 瀬戸口浩彰

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   78th   2014

  • 佐渡島およびその周辺地域におけるミズナラの遺伝的構造と系統関係

    高橋もなみ, 阿部晴恵, 本間航介, 崎尾均

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   60th   148   2013.3

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  • 絶滅危惧種ヒダカソウ属(ヒダカソウ,キリギシソウ)の繁殖状況と遺伝的多様性

    阿部晴恵, 佐藤謙, 西川洋子, 島村崇志, 陶山佳久

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   60th   2013

  • 絶滅危惧植物ゴヨウザンヨウラクの遺伝的多様性の評価

    阿部晴恵, 牧雅之, 堀江佐知子, 陶山佳久

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   58th   2011

  • 高山における絶滅危惧植物保全のための全個体ジェノタイピング

    陶山佳久, 阿部晴恵

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   58th   2011

  • 高山における絶滅危惧植物の全個体ジェノタイピングに基づく保全策の構築-ヤクシマリンドウを例に

    阿部晴恵, 手塚賢至, 荒田洋一, 斎藤俊浩, 手塚田津子, 陶山佳久

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   57th   2010

  • ヒサカキの種子散布に関わる生物間相互作用が三宅島の森林生態系回復に果たす役割

    阿部晴恵, 山本裕, 長谷川雅美

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   56th   2009

  • 三宅島の噴火がヤブツバキの繁殖をめぐる花粉媒介系に与えた影響-鳥類が運ぶ花粉粒の直接遺伝解析

    阿部晴恵, 上野真義, 山本裕, 陶山佳久, 津村義彦, 長谷川雅美

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   55th   2008

  • 開花密度がヤブツバキの花粉散布に与える影響

    阿部晴恵, 上野真義, 津村義彦, 長谷川雅美

    日本生態学会大会講演要旨集   54th   2007

  • Role of <i>Zoster japonica</i> in pollination of <i>Camellia Japonica</i> (2)

    Abe Harue, Ueno Saneyoshi, Kunitake Youko, Tsumura Yoshihiko, Hasegawa Masami

    Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan   51 ( 0 )   688 - 688   2004

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    本研究では伊豆諸島におけるヤブツバキの繁殖システムについて統合的な理解を図るために、花粉媒介における生物間相互作用について、花粉の遺伝的多様性に注目した検証を行った。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt; 調査地である三宅島は、2000年から続く火山活動により、森林は破壊的な影響を受けている。しかし、森林を構成する樹種は火山ガスに対する耐性が異なっており、主要な構成種であるヤブツバキは、火山ガスに対する耐性が高く、展葉や開花活動が行われている。一方ヤブツバキの受粉に関与する鳥類(主にメジロ)は、ヤブツバキとは異なる影響を被っていると考えられる。そのため、花粉媒介における生物間相互作用系のモデルとして、三宅島内の火山活動の質が異なる複数地点において、ヤブツバキ(生存率、着葉率、葉の食害率、開花率、樹木あたりの開花数、結果率)と花粉媒介者の生息密度調査を行ってきた。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt; この結果、火山活動の質が異なる複数地点では樹木あたりの開花数が異なっており、それに正比例して花粉媒介者の生息密度が高くなることが明らかになった。そのため、開花数の少ないところでは、花粉媒介者の密度が低下しているために結果率が下がると考えられたが、結果率の調査の結果では、開花数の少ないところで逆に結果率が高くなっていた。しかしながら、たとえ噴火による開花率と花粉媒介者の密度の低下が、種子の受粉率を低下させないとしても、花粉の遺伝的多様性には何らかの影響を与えている可能性が考えられる。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt; そこで、まずは個体群間における開花密度の違いが花粉媒介者の生息密度とヤブツバキの繁殖成功に与える影響を検証するために、隣島である新島において、開花密度の異なる個体群間で結実率と花粉の遺伝的多様性の比較を行った。さらに噴火による被害程度の異なるヤブツバキ個体群間においても、花粉の遺伝的多様性について検証をおこなった。&lt;br&gt;

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  • Role of <i>Zoster japonica</i> in pollination of <i>Camellia Japonica</i> (1)

    Hasegawa Masami, Kunitake Youko, Abe Harue, Higuchi Hiroyoshi

    Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan   51 ( 0 )   687 - 687   2004

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    ヤブツバキの有力な花粉媒介者であるメジロ(Kunitake et al., in press)は、冬期の餌資源としてヤブツバキの花蜜に大きく依存している(国武・長谷川、未発表)。そこで、両者の相互依存性がどの程度の強さなのかを明らかにするために、メジロの個体群密度に対するヤブツバキの花資源量の影響評価を試みた。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt; 1995年以来、我々は伊豆諸島の新島において、厳冬期におけるメジロの個体数とヤブツバキの開花数、及び繁殖期におけるメジロのさえずり個体数をモニタリングしてきた。2000年から2003年には、島の一部でトビモンオオエダシャクの大発生が続き、局地的にヤブツバキの開花がみられない地域が生じた。さらに、三宅島においては、2001年以後、噴火の影響程度が異なる地点でメジロとヤブツバキの生息・生育状況についてセンサスを行った。これらのデータセットを用いて、ヤブツバキの開花数がメジロの冬期個体数密度に及ぼす影響とメジロの冬期個体数密度と繁殖期におけるさえずり個体数の関係について解析を行い、以下の結果を得た。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;1) 新島では、エダシャクの大発生が起きる前までは、島内に設置した3ヶ所においてメジロの冬期個体数は同調して年変化を示したが、発生後は、エダシャクの発生地域でのみメジロの個体数が減少した。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;2) エダシャクによる食害程度が異なる10ヶ所において、ヤブツバキの開花個体密度とメジロの個体数は有意な正の相関を示した。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;3) 三宅島において、メジロの冬期生息密度とヤブツバキの個体当たりの開花数は正の相関を示し、ヤブツバキの花が多い場所ほどメジロの生息密度が高かった。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;4) 新島において、メジロのさえずり個体数密度は、冬期個体数密度によって左右されたが、冬期個体数密度には影響を与えていなかった。&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt; 以上の結果から、メジロの個体数密度は、ヤブツバキの花資源量に大きく規定されていることが明らかにされた。&lt;br&gt;

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  • Role of Apodemus speciosus in the seed dispersal, recruitment and regeneration of Camellia japonica L., in the island environments.

    Abe Harue, Matsuki Rikyu, Ueno Saneyoshi, Nashimoto Makoto, Hasegawa Masami

    The Japanese Forestry Society Congress Database   115 ( 0 )   P5060 - P5060   2004

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    The role of <I>Apodemus speciosus</I> in the seed dispersal of <I>Camellia japonica</I> was investigated in an abandoned vegetable field adjacent to an evergreen broad-leaved forest. Seed dispersal by <I>A.speciosus</I> was confirmed by taking photographs of animals that were bringing seeds experimentally deposited on the forest floor. <I>Camellia</I> seeds hoarded by the soil were protected from drying. Mother trees of 28 seedlings were identified by examining multilocus genotypes of microsatellite DNA loci. Distance of seedlings from the nearest mature tree was significantly positively correlated with the actual dispersal distance of seeds from mature trees as revealed by DNA analysis. Seeds were dispersed from 0m to 29m with an average 5.79m(5.96SD). Moreover, 54% of seeds were dispersed from mother trees in the nearby evergreen broad-leaved forest to the area of successional stage rather than around the mother trees in the forest. These results suggest that seed dispersal by <I>A.speciosus</I> contribute to expand distribution of <I>Camellia japonica</I>.

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  • Distribution of Wild Boar (Sus scrofa Linnaeus, 1758) in Boso Peninsula, Central Japan.

    浅田正彦, 直井洋司, 阿部晴恵, 韮沢雄希

    千葉県立中央博物館自然誌研究報告   6 ( 2 )   2001

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Awards

  • 新潟大学学長賞(若手教員研究奨励)

    2014.10   新潟大学  

    阿部 晴恵

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  • 第1回富士フイルム・グリーンファンド活動奨励賞

    2010.10   ヒサカキの種子散布にかかわる生物間相互作用が三宅島の森林生態系回復に果たす役割

    阿部 晴恵

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  • Ecological Research Award, 2007(論文賞): Harue Abe, Rikyu Matsuki, Saneyoshi Ueno, Makoto Nashimoto, Masami Hasegawa “Dispersal of Camellia japonica seeds by Apodemus speciosus revealed by maternity analysis of plants and behavioral observation of animal ve

    2008.3  

    阿部 晴恵

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  • David Snow Award for the best poster paper by a student, First prize: Harue Abe, Rikyu Matsuki, Saneyoshi Ueno, Makoto Nashimoto, and Masami Hasegawa “Role of Apodemus speciosus in the seed dispersal, recruitment and regeneration of Camellia japonica L.,

    2005.7  

    阿部 晴恵

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  • Pollination ecotypes and colonization process of the widespread species, Adenophora triphylla facing the island environments

    Grant number:21K06317  2021.4 - 2025.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

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  • Evolution on islands controlled by bottom-up allochthonous inputs and top-down cascading predation

    Grant number:19H03307  2019.4 - 2022.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

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  • Origin of plant species diversity hot spot by means of reciprocal colonization between China continent and Japanese islands

    Grant number:19K06122  2019.4 - 2022.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

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  • 日本列島における広域分布草本種の分布変遷過程と花形態分化の進化要因の解明

    Grant number:17K07532  2017.4 - 2022.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(C)  基盤研究(C)

    岡崎 純子, 鈴木 浩司, 阿部 晴恵

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    広域分布種キキョウ科ツリガネニンジン類の大陸から日本列島への侵入過程の変遷とそれに伴う交配様式の分化が花形態変異を起こした要因であるのかを島嶼での訪花昆虫相と交配様式の関連性の視点から解明するため,令和2年度は以下の2点の調査を実施した。(1)系統解析のため,本土近接型離島の近畿地方の鳥羽諸島(神島,答志島,菅島)。とその本土側(三重県鳥羽市および愛知県伊良湖町)集団での集団サンプリングとサンプリング資料を用い、葉緑体DNA3領域を用いてハプロタイプ分析を行った。(2)訪花昆虫相と交配様式調査のため伊豆半島静岡県下田市須崎集団での3泊4日の昼夜連続訪花昆虫観察と蜜分泌特性(分泌開始時間、分泌量)の調査を行った。
    その結果,(1)本土近接型離島の鳥羽諸島では本土と比較し,ハプロタイプ構成が島の各集団によって異なっており,集団によっては変種を特徴づけるハプロタイプが複数共存していることが明らかになった。このことより調査した本土近接型離島では種子を通じた遺伝子流動が起こった,あるいは現在も起こっていることが示唆された。(2)訪花昆虫相については伊豆半島の海岸である須崎集団では夜間に蜜を分泌開始し,夜の訪花昆虫に適応した繁殖特性を示していたにもかかわらず,夜間の訪花昆虫が全く観察されず,残った蜜を昼行性昆虫が採蜜している様子が確認された。これは本土内陸での報告とも,伊豆諸島の報告とも異なっており伊豆半島の海岸行きでは十分な訪花昆虫害ない可能性も考えられる。

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  • Did the reverse colonization of plants based on multiple collisions of the proto-Izu Islands produce a biodiversity hotspot region in Japan?

    Grant number:15K07473  2015.4 - 2019.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    ABE Harue, WATANABE Yoichi

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    Repeated collisions between oceanic islands and mainland Japan, through movement of tectonic plates, have generated a biodiversity hotspot in Japan. As the plate continued to move, these islands collided with the main Japanese islands. This proposes a biogeographic scenario that, in the past, mainland species colonized newly forming volcanic islands and then underwent independent processes of community assembly, adaptive evolution, and speciation. When this volcanic arc collided with the mainland, these island-adapted species came into contact with their mainland evolutionary cousins.
    We reported a review of the published population phylogenies of plant taxa. We formulate the hypothesis that the pattern of repeated secondary contact of mainland and island sister species, and their subsequent interactions, have generated a biodiversity hotspot in Japan.

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  • Ecosystem adaptability under volcanic disturbance on Miyake Island

    Grant number:23780155  2011 - 2013

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)

    ABE HARUE, TAKAHASHI Toshimori, HASEGAWA Masami, YOSHIKAWA Tetsuro

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    Physiological tolerances in species in addition to ecological tolerance for disturbance in interspecific interactions act as key elements for restoration of a whole island ecosystem. In an effort to study these community recovery processes, we aim to identify the key elements on a seed dispersal system and estimate these ecological tolerance on a volcanic island, Miyake-jima, which experienced an eruption in the summer of 2000. In the results, seeds of Eutya japonica were found most frequently in bird feces and Japanese white-eye was the dominant visitor, comprising 75% of all visits to fruiting Eurya trees. The genetic diversity of Eurya seeds in bird feces were not correlated with index of volcanic damages. The results indicated that the seed-dispersal system of E. japonica and White-eye was maintained under volcanic disturbance and act as important elements for forest restoration.

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  • Museum activity in cooperation with school education, placing importance on locality.

    Grant number:20605014  2008 - 2010

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    TAKANO Tomo, AKAMI Rie, NATSUME Asuka, ABE Harue, KAWAMURA Masayuki, FURUICHI Hiroyuki, TAKAGI Kazuki, TAKASE Yuuya, TAKANO Asuka

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    Museum activity in cooperation with school education, placing importance on locality, has been attempted and examined. Curriculum-oriented science education programs were developed and practiced at both museum/zoo and schools. These programs were proved to be effective in cooperation between museum and school education.

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  • 三宅島の噴火がヤブツバキの繁殖成功をめぐる生物間相互作用に与える影響

    Grant number:05J02750  2005 - 2006

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 特別研究員奨励費  特別研究員奨励費

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    本研究では森林の維持機構を生物間相互作用の観点から解明するモデルとしてヤブツバキの繁殖をめぐる生物間相互作用に注目し、その繁殖成功にどのような影響を与えるのかを検証した。
    噴火の影響程度が異なる調査地において、ヤブツバキの生育状況、種子生産状況、花粉媒介者の生息密度調査を行った。その結果、噴火の影響が強まるにつれ、生育状況、開花活動も縮小していることが明らかになった。また、花粉媒介者の生息密度はヤブツバキの開花状況が良いところほど高くなるこが明らかになった。そのため、開花密度の少ないところでは、ヤブツバキの受粉率も下がると考えられたが、実際は、開花数の少ないところで逆に受粉率が高くなっていた。しかしながら、未成熟果実の生存率は噴火の影響の強い調査地で低くなっており、最終的な果実の結果率は調査地間で有意な差はなくなった。
    次に、開花密度の違いが花粉流動にどのような影響を与えるかを検証するために、種子形成に寄与した花粉プールの遺伝的多様性と父性解析による花粉散布範囲を推定した。その結果、花粉散布距離、調査地外からの花粉流入率は開花密度が低くなるにっれて大きくなり、逆に、母樹間の花粉プールのAllelic richnessに基づいた遺伝的分化指数(Ast)は、開花密度が低くなるにつれて下がる傾向があった。さらに花粉媒介者(メジロ)の行動圏をラジオテレメトリー法により推定したところ、高被害地域で行動圏面積は広くなり、行動圏内の花粉親候補木の数も多くなった。
    以上の結果をまとめると、噴火という撹乱作用は、1)ヤブツバキ個体そのもの(着葉、開花個体密度、開花密度、果実の生存率)には負の影響を与えるものの、2)開花個体密度、開花密度の低下は鳥類による花粉媒介の効率を上昇させ、受粉率、花粉の散布距離や遺伝的多様性に正の影響を与える、という2点にまとめられた。

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  • 島嶼生態学・分子生態学・保全遺伝学

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Teaching Experience

  • 島嶼生物地理学

    2021
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 森・里・海フィールド実習

    2021
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 卒業論文Ⅱ

    2020
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  • 卒業論文

    2020
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  • 卒業論文Ⅰ

    2020
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  • 希少生物保全学

    2020
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  • 自然科学総論Ⅴ

    2020
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  • 野生動植物生態学実習

    2019
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 生態系を知る

    2019
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 島嶼生態学特論

    2019
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • フィールドワーカーのためのリスクマネジメント実習

    2019
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  • 基礎農林学実習

    2018
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 農学入門Ⅰ

    2018
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  • 農学入門Ⅱ

    2018
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  • Topics in Forest Ecosystem Management

    2017
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  • 環境科学特定研究Ⅱ

    2015
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  • 研究発表演習Ⅱ(中間発表)

    2015
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  • 環境科学特定演習Ⅱ

    2015
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  • 研究発表演習Ⅱ(学外発表)

    2015
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  • 育林系演習及び実習

    2014
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  • 森・里・海フィールド実習

    2014
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    2018
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 生産環境科学概論Ⅱ

    2014
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    2016
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 環境科学セミナーⅡ

    2014
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 環境科学総合演習Ⅱ

    2014
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 基礎農林学実習A

    2012
    -
    2018
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 森林環境FC実習

    2012
    -
    2018
    Institution name:新潟大学

  • 基礎農林学実習B

    2012
    -
    2017
    Institution name:新潟大学

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