Publications by the use of Yakushima Field Station in 1999

Last update: January 2009

Jounal articles

  1. Agetsuma N. (1999) Simulation of patch use by monkeys in operant schedule. Journal of Ethology, 16, 49-55.
  2. Domingo-Roura X. Yamagiwa J. (1999) Monthly and diurnal variations in food choice by Macaca fuscata yakui during the major fruiting season at Yakushima Island, Japan. Primates, 40, 525-536.
  3. Hayakawa S. Takenaka O. (1999) Urine as another potential source for template DNA in polymerase chain reaction (PCR). American Journal of Primatology, 48, 299-304.
  4. Hill D. A. (1999) Effects of provisioning on the social behaviour of Japanese and rhesus macaques: Implications for socioecology. Primates, 40, 187-198.
  5. Soltis J. (1999) Measuring male-female relationships during the mating season in wild Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui). Primates, 40, 453-467.
  6. Takahata Y. Huffman M.A. Suzuki S. Koyama N. Yamagiwa J. (1999) Why dominants do not consistently attain high mating reproductive success: a review of longitudinal Japanese macaque studies. Primates, 40, 143-158.
  7. Yoshihiro S. Ohtake M. Matsubara H. Zamma K. Han'ya G. Tanimura Y. Kubota H. Kubo R. Arakane T. Hirata T. Furukawa M. Sato A. Takahata Y. (1999) Vertical distribution of wild Yakushima macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) in the western area of Yakushima Island, Japan: Preliminary report. Primates, 40, 409-415.

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  1. Mupemo F.C. Anantasran J. Harunari M. Hus S. Kubo S. Ali W. Agetsuma N. (1999) Population census of Yakushima deer. International Field Biology Course (IFBC) Series 4 (Ed. Yumoto T. Matsubara T.), pp. 155-192. Kyoto.

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  1. Agetsuma N. (1999) Present Situation of Japanese Wildlife Reviewed from Economic Backgrounds:An introduction for Young Students. The Journal of Economics Department of Akita University of Economics and Law, 30, 11-23.

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Conference papers and proceedings

  1. Wakibara J. Matsubara M. Hanya G. (1999) Frequency of geophagia amongst Japanese monkeys Macaca fuscata in natural and food enhanced situations: Implications on the role of geophagy. COE International Symposium "Evolution of the Apes and the Origin of the Human Beings", Inuyama, Japan.

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