TAKENAKA AkioPh. D., Senior Principal Researcher / Head
Biodiversity Assessment and Projection Section
Center for Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Studies,
National Institute for Environmental Studies
Onogawa 16-2, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki 305-8506, Japan
Plant Ecology, Biodiversity
Takenaka, A. (2006) Dynamics of seedling populations and tree species coexistence in a forest: a simulation study. Ecol. Res. 21:356-363.
Takenaka, A., Takahashi, K. and Kohyama, T.(2001) Optimal leaf display and biomass partitioning for efficient light capture in an understorey palm, Licuala arbuscula. Funct. Ecol. 15:660-668
Takenaka, A. (2000) Responses to light microenvironment and correlative inhibition in the growth of shoots of tree seedlings under a forest canopy. Tree Physiology 20:987-991.
Takenaka, A. (1994) A simulation model of tree architecture development based on growth response to local light environment. J. Plant Research 107:321-330.
Takenaka, A., (1989) Optimal leaf photosynthetic capacity in terms of utilizing a natural light environment. Journ. theor. Biol. 139:517-529.
Watanabe, K., Kohzu, A., Suda, W., Yamamura, S., Takamatsu, T., Takenaka, A., Koshikawa-K.M., Hayashi, S., Watanabe, Mirai (2016). Microbial nitrification in throughfall of a Japanese cedar associated with archaea from the tree canopy. SpringerPlus, 5, 1596.
Nishikiori, T., Watanabe, Mirai., Koshikawa-K.M., Takamatsu, T., Ishii, Y., Ito, S., Takenaka, A., Watanabe, K., Hayashi, S. (2015). Uptake and translocation of radiocesium in cedar leaves following the Fukushima nuclear accident. Science of the Total Environment, 502, 611-616.
Last updated Jun. 5, 2018