Books

Mathematical Ecology series 1: Numbers (Japanese)
Mathematical Ecology series 1: Numbers (Japanese)
Mathematics of populations (Japanese)
Mathematics of populations (Japanese)
Ecolutionary games of organisms (Japanese)
Ecolutionary games of organisms (Japanese)
Science of herb-tracing (Japanese)
Science of herb-tracing (Japanese)

English Papers

  • T. Takada, R. Shefferson (2018) The long and winding road of evolutionary demography: Preface, Population Ecology 60: 3-7
  • T. Takada1,Y. Kawai, R. Salguero-Gómez (2018) A cautionary note on elasticity analyses in a ternary plot using randomly generated population matrices. Population Ecology 60: 37-47
  • T. Demura, T. Takada et al. (2018) Mechanism underlying the negative effect of prostate volume on the outcome of extensive transperineal ultrasound-guided template prostate biopsy. Cancer Medicine 7: 336–343.
  • Sakai, Y., Takada, T., (2017) The analysis of an effect of seed propagation on defense strategy against pathogen transmission within clonal plant population using lattice model., Journal of Theoretical Biology, 427: 65-76.
  • Yokomizo H., Takada T., Fukaya K., Lambrinos J. (2017) The influence of time since introduction on the population growth of introduced species and the consequences for management., Population Ecology 59:89–97.
  • Fujiwara, M., Takada, T. (2017) Environmental stochasticity, In ELS,10.1002/9780470015902.a0021220.pub2
  • Sakai Y, Takada T (2016) Pathogen Propagation Model with Superinfection in Vegetatively Propagated Plants on Lattice Space. PLoS ONE 11(5): e0154883. doi:10.1371/journal. PlosONE.0154883
  • J. Jie, Y et al. (2015) Competitive and Predacious Interactions Among Three Phytoseiid Species Under Experimental Conditions (Acari: Phytoseiidae), Environmental Entomology,doi: 10.1093/ee/nvv162
  • J. Liao et al. (2015) Species extinction thresholds in the face of spatially correlated periodic disturbance, Scientific Reports 5:15455, DOI: 10.1038/srep15455
  • Salguero-G et al., (2015) The COMPADRE Plant Matrix Database: an open online repository for plant demography, Journal of Ecology, 103: 202-218: doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12334
  • Seki, M., Yoshida, T. & Takada, T. (2015) A general method for calculating the optimal leaf longevity from the viewpoint of carbon economy, Journal of Mathematical Biology, 71:669–690 DOI 10.1007/s00285-014-0830-7
  • Nakamaru M, Takada T, Ohtsuki A, Suzuki SU, Miura K, et al. (2014) Ecological Conditions Favoring Budding in Colonial Organisms under Environmental Disturbance. Journal of Mathematical Biology, PLoS ONE 9(3): e91210. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0091210
  • Ishihama, F, Fujii,S, Yamamoto, K. & Takada,T.,(2014) Estimation of dieback process caused by herbivory in an endangered root-sprouting shrub species, Paliurus ramosissimus (Lour.) Poir., using a shoot-dynamics matrix model. Population Ecology 56: 275-288.
  • Kaneko, T & Takada, T. (2014) Pair-wise analyses of the effects of demographic processes, vital rates, and life stages on the spatiotemporal variation in the population dynamics of the riparian tree Aesculus turbinata Blume. Population ecology 56: 161-173.
  • Chaves, CF, Scott, TW, Morrison, AC and Takada, T. (2013) Hot temperatures can force delayed mosquito outbreaks via sequential changes in Aedes aegypti demographic parameters in autocorrelated environments. Acta Tropica: 129: 15-24.
  • Oizumi, R. & Takada, T. (2013) Optimal life schedule with stochastic growth in age-size structured models: Theory and an application. Journal of Theoretical Biology: 323, 76-89.
  • Takada, T. (2013) Optimal leaf longevity model using Cost-benefit economy. Japanese Journal of Ecology, 63:69-80
  • Kohyama, T. & Takada, T, (2012) One-sided competition for light promotes coexistence of forest trees that share the same adult height, Journal of Ecology: 100, 1501-1511.
  • N. Tsuji, A Chittenden, T. Ogawa, T. Takada, Y. Zhang, Y. Saito, (2010) The possibility of sustainable pest management by introducing bio-diversity: simulations of pest mite outbreak and regulation, Sustainability Science 6:97-107.
  • Takada, T., Miyamoto, A. & Hasegawa, FS. (2010) Derivation of a yearly transition probability matrix for land-use dynamics and its applications, Landscape Ecology 25, 561-572.
  • Saito, Y. & Takada. T. (2009) Condition under which male-to male aggression compromises cooperation in a game without learning. Open Evolution Journal, 2: 1-8.
  • Kohyama, T. & Takada, T,, (2009) The stratification theory for plant coexistence promoted by one-sided competition. Journal of ecology, 97: 463-471
  • Noda, T., Nakaoka, M, & Takada, T., (2009) Spatial connectivity and scaling for populations and communities. Population ecology: 51, 3-4.
  • Kaneko, Y. & Takada, T. (2008) Population Dynamics and Its Key Stages of Two Japanese Riparian Elements. In: Ecology of riparian forests in Japan: Disturbance, life-history and regeneration. pp. 91-105, Springer-Verlag, Tokyo.
  • Masaka, K & Takada, T.(2006) Floral sex ratio strategy in wind-pollinated species subject to wind-pollination efficiency and local mate competition as a game. Journal of Theoretical Biology 240:114-125.
  • Takada, T., Kikuzawa, K. and Fujita, N.(2006) A mathematical analysis of leaf longevity of trees under seasonally-varying temperature condition, based on cost-benefit model. Evolutionary Ecology Research 8:1-11.
  • Ohara, T., Tomimatsu, H., Takada, T. and Kawano, S. (2006) Importance of life history studies for conservation of fragmented populations: A case study of the understory herb, Trillium camschatcense Plant Species Biology: 21, 1-12.
  • Caswell,H. and Takada, T. (2004) Elasticity analysis of density-dependent matrix population models: the invasion exponent and its substitutes. Theoretical Population Biology 65: 401-411
  • Ohara, M., Takada, T. & Kawano, S. (2001) The demography and reproductive strategies of a polycarpic perennial, Trillium apetalon (Trilliaceae) Plant Species Biology 16: 209-217.
  • Takashima, Y., Takada, T., Matsuishi, T. and and Kanno, Y. (2000) Validation of auto-counting method by NIH Image using otoliths of white-spotted char Salvelinus leucomaenis. Fisheries Science 66: 515-520.
  • Takada, T., Nakayama, S. and Kawano, S. (1999) A sensitivity analysis of the population dynamics of Erythronium japonicum, a Liliaceous perennial. Plant Species Biology 13:117-127
  • Kaneko, Takada and Kawano (1999) Population biology of Aesculus turbinata Blume. -- Demographic analysis using transition matrix on a natural stand developed on the riparian environmental gradient.--- Plant Species Biology14: 47-68.
  • Nishitani. S, Takada, T. and Kachi, N (1999) Optimal Resource allocation to seeds and vegetative propagules under density-dependent regulations in Syneilesis palmata (Compositae) Plant Ecology 141: 179-189.
  • Kohyama, T. & Takada, T. (1998) Recruitement rates in forest plots: Gf estimates using growth rates and size distributions. Journal of Ecology 86: 633-639.
  • Takada, T. and Nakajima, H. (1998) Theorems on the invasion process in stage-structured populations with density-dependent dynamics. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 36: 497-514.
  • Takada, T. and Caswell, H., (1997) Optimal size at maturity in size-structured population. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 187: 81-93.
  • Takashima, Y., Takada, T., Kudo, K., Matsumura, H., Minowa, N.(1996) Age-specific proportion of Maturation in white-spotted char, Salvelinus leucomaenis, in Furuu river of Hokkaido, Japan. Proceedings of Hokkaido Tokai University, Science and Engineering 8: 51-60
  • Takada, T. and Nakashizuka, T., (1996) Density-dependent demography in a Japanese temperate broad-leaved forest. Vegetatio, 124: 211-221.
  • Takada, T. and Nakajima, H., (1996) The optimal allocation to seed reproduction and vegetative reproduction in perennial plants. --- An application of the density-dependent transition matrix model. --- Journal of Theoretical Biology, 182: 179-191.
  • Takada, T., (1995) Evolution of semelparous and iteroparous perennial plants. ---The comparison between the density-dependent and the density-independent dynamics.--- Journal of Theoretical Biology, 173: 51-60.
  • Nishitani, S., Takada, T., & Kachi, N. (1995) Optimal resource allocation to seeds and vegetative propagules in ana understory herb Syneilesis palmata (Compositae). Plant Species Biology, 10: 127-135
  • Takada, T. and Hara, T., (1994) The relationship between the transition matrix model and the diffusion model. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 32:789-807.
  • Takada, T. and Nakajima, H., (1992) An analysis of life history evolution in terms of the density-dependent Lefkovitch matrix model. Mathematical Biosciences 112: 155-176.
  • Takada, T. and Kigami, J., (1991) The dynamical attainability of ESS in evolutionary games., Journal of Mathematical Biology, 29:513-529.
  • Harada, Y and Takada, T., (1988) Optimal timing of leaf expansion and shedding in a seasonally varying environment. Plant Species Biology. 3: 89-97.
  • Kawano, S., Takada, T., Nakayama, S. and Hiratsuka, A., (1987) Demographic differentiation and life-history evolution in temperate woodland plants. In: Differentiation Patterns in Higher Plants. pp.153-181.(K.M. Urbanska, ed.) Academic Press.
  • Takada, T. and Iwasa, Y., (1986) Size distribution dynamics of plants with interaction by shading., Ecological Modeling. 33: 173-174.