Jotaro Urabe
Jotaro Urabe
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Tohoku University, Japan
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TitleCited byYear
The stoichiometry of consumer‐driven nutrient recycling: theory, observations, and consequences
JJ Elser, J Urabe
Ecology 80 (3), 735-751, 1999
6151999
Possibility of N or P limitation for planktonic cladocerans: an experimental test
J Urabe, Y Watanabe
Limnology and Oceanography 37 (2), 244-251, 1992
2991992
NUTRIENT LIMITATION REDUCES FOOD QUALITY FOR ZOOPLANKTON: DAPHNIA RESPONSE TO SESTON PHOSPHORUS ENRICHMENT
JJ Elser, K Hayakawa, J Urabe
Ecology 82 (3), 898-903, 2001
2632001
Regulation of herbivore growth by the balance of light and nutrients
J Urabe, RW Sterner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (16), 8465-8469, 1996
2381996
Phosphorus limitation of Daphnia growth: Is it real?
J Urabe, J Clasen, RW Sterner
Limnology and Oceanography 42 (6), 1436-1443, 1997
2341997
Metabolic stoichiometry and the fate of excess carbon and nutrients in consumers
TR Anderson, DO Hessen, JJ Elser, J Urabe
The American Naturalist 165 (1), 1-15, 2004
2202004
Scale‐dependent carbon: nitrogen: phosphorus seston stoichiometry in marine and freshwaters
RW Sterner, T Andersen, JJ Elser, DO Hessen, JM Hood, E McCauley, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (3), 1169-1180, 2008
2152008
Reduced light increases herbivore production due to stoichiometric effects of light/nutrient balance
J Urabe, M Kyle, W Makino, T Yoshida, T Andersen, JJ Elser
Ecology 83 (3), 619-627, 2002
1792002
Ecological stoichiometry: an elementary approach using basic principles
DO Hessen, JJ Elser, RW Sterner, J Urabe
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (6), 2219-2236, 2013
1542013
Stoichiometric impacts of increased carbon dioxide on a planktonic herbivore
J Urabe, JUN Togari, JJ Elser
Global Change Biology 9 (6), 818-825, 2003
1372003
N and P cycling coupled by grazers' activities: food quality and nutrient release by zooplankton
J Urabe
Ecology 74 (8), 2337-2350, 1993
1301993
Contrasting effects of different types of resource depletion on life‐history traits in Daphnia
J Urabe, RW Sterner
Functional Ecology 15 (2), 165-174, 2001
1272001
Contribution of metazoan plankton to the cycling of nitrogen and phosphorus in Lake Biwa
J Urabe, M Nakanishi, K Kawabata
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (2), 232-241, 1995
1161995
Nutritional value of Phaeocystis pouchetii (Prymnesiophyceae) and other phytoplankton for Acartia spp.(Copepoda): ingestion, egg production, and growth of nauplii
PG Verity, TJ Smayda
Marine Biology 100 (2), 161-171, 1989
1111989
Herbivorous animals can mitigate unfavourable ratios of energy and material supplies by enhancing nutrient recycling
J Urabe, JJ Elser, M Kyle, T Yoshida, T Sekino, Z Kawabata
Ecology Letters 5 (2), 177-185, 2002
902002
The influence of fluctuating light intensities on species composition and diversity of natural phytoplankton communities
S Flöder, J Urabe, Z Kawabata
Oecologia 133 (3), 395-401, 2002
782002
Assessment of ‘top-down’and ‘bottom-up’forces as determinants of rotifer distribution among lakes in Ontario, Canada
T Yoshida, J Urabe, JJ Elser
Ecological Research 18 (6), 639-650, 2003
762003
Immediate ecological impacts of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake tsunami on intertidal flat communities
J Urabe, T Suzuki, T Nishita, W Makino
PloS one 8 (5), e62779, 2013
692013
Phytoplankton growth rate as a function of cell size: an experimental test in Lake Biwa
M Kagami, J Urabe
Limnology 2 (2), 111-117, 2001
692001
Effect of food concentration on the assimilation and production efficiencies of Daphnia galeata GO Sars (Crustacea: Cladocera)
J Urabe, Y Watanabe
Functional Ecology, 635-641, 1991
651991
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