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Midori Tuda Last modified date:2021.08.10

Associate Professor / Agricultural Bioresource Sciences / Department of Bioresource Sciences / Faculty of Agriculture

1. San PP, Tuda M, Effects of Wolbachia infection on life history traits in azuki bean beetle Callosobruchus chinensis and its parasitoids under climate change, 第65回日本応用動物昆虫学会大会, 2021.03.
2. Fukuda K, Tuda M, Mechanism of stable polymorphism of antennal segments number in a seed beetle population, AFELiSA (International Symposium on Agricultural, Food, Environmental and Life Sciences in Asia), 2016.11.
3. Sugawara Y, Tuda M, Male presence affects female vertical dispersal in seed beetles, AFELiSA (International Symposium on Agricultural, Food, Environmental and Life Sciences in Asia), 2016.11.
4. Fukuda K, Tuda M, Mechanism of stable polymorphism of antennal segments number: Trade-off between pre- and post-copulatory fitness in a seed beetle species, XXV International Congress of Entomology, 2016.09.
5. Tuda M, Aung TL, Lwin TH, Kagoshima K, Mori K, Tashiro K, Effect of atmospheric CO2 rise on population size, development and gene expression is different between populations of a seed beetle, XXV International Congress of Entomology, 2016.09.
6. Takagi M, Nakahira K, Tuda M, Biological control of alfalfa weevil under unstable paddy field environment in Japan, XXV International Congress of Entomology, 2016.09.
7. Tuda M, Tani S, Iwase S, Saeki Y, Mori K, Tashiro K, Host-plant and genetic effects on herbivore's fitness and gene expression, The 31st Annual Meeting of the Society of Population Ecology, 2015.10.
8. Saeki Y, Sugawara Y, Tuda M, Switzer PV, Effect of foraging behavior on correlates of dispersal ability in male and female Japanese beetles, 52nd Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society, 2015.06.
9. Tuda M, Host-plant change and its mechanism in invasive pest beetles., Symposium on invasive insects: current trends and future directions in research, 2015.02.
10. Midori Tuda, Than Lin Aung, Kumiko Kagoshima, Yasufumi Nakamichi, Eric Wajnberg, Host-parasitoid population dynamics and individual behavior under environmental CO2 rise or species invasion., Netherlands-Japan Seminar on Parasitoid Biology, 2014.08.
11. Than Lin Aung, 津田 みどり, Effect of environmental CO2 concentration on host and parasitoid population dynamics: Is it predictable based on intraspecific competition type?, Annual Meeting of the Society of the Population Ecology, 2013.10.
12. Saeki Y, Tuda M, Crowley P, The size-number trade-off in clonal broods of a parasitic wasp: Responses to the amount and timing of resource availability., Annual Meeting of Society of Population Ecology, 2012.10.
13. Tuda M, Nakamichi Y, Linking community dynamics to population and individual behavior., Second Entomophagous Insects Conference, 2011.06, Three-species systems allow an understanding of irregular, complex population dynamics of multiple species assemblages, with emerging effects of indirect interactions. We focused on a laboratory system consisting of a bruchine species Callosobruchus chinensis as a host and two parasitoids, a chalcid Anisopteromalus calandrae and a braconid Heterospilus prosopidis, with each species introduced sequentially.
With a parameterized semi-mechanistic model, we found the introduction of a second parasitoid (H. prosopidis) destabilized the dynamics of host-parasitoid (A. calandrae) interaction towards chaos. Comparison of parameters before and after the introduction indicated that the parameter that was altered by the introduction was solely the mutual interference in A. calandrae. Finally, to confirm the parameter change detected at the population level, we show our behavioral observation through CCD video camera of the interference between A. calandrae females with a H. prosopidis female when parasitizing their common host..
14. Spatial distribution and functional response of aphid parasitoid, Aphelinus asychis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae), attacking green peach aphid, Myzus persicae (Homoptera: Aphididae), in the laboratory.