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Akiko Satake Last modified date:2020.06.09

Professor / dynamic biology / Department of Biology / Faculty of Sciences

1. Naoki Tani, Zubaidah Aimi Abdul Hamid, Natra Joseph, Othman Sulaiman, Rokiah Hashim, Takamitsu Arai, Akiko Satake, Toshiaki Kondo, Akihiko Kosugi , Small Temperature Variations Are a Key Regulator of Reproductive Growth and Assimilate Storage in Oil Palm (Elaeis Guineensis), Scientific Reports, 10.1038/s41598-019-57170-8, 10, 650, 2020.01.
2. Satake A, Kawatsu K, Teshima K, Kabeya D, Han Q, Field transcriptome revealed a novel relationship between nitrate transport and flowering in Japanese beech, Scientific Reports, 10.1038/s41598-019-39608-1, 9, 2019.03.
3. Webb AAR, Seki M, Satake A, Caldana C, Continuous dynamic adjustment of the plant circadian oscillator, Nature Communications, 10.1038/s41467-019-08398-5, 10, 2019.02.
4. Ohara T, Satake A, Photosynthetic Entrainment of the circadian clock facilitates plant growth under environmental fluctuations: Perspectives from an integrated model of phase oscillator and phloem transportation, Frontiers in Plant Science, 2017.10.
5. Seki M, Ohara T, Hearn TJ, Frank A, da Silva VCH, Caldana C, Webb AAR, Satake A, Adjustment of the Arabidopsis circadian oscillator by sugar signalling dictates the regulation of starch metabolism, Scientific Reports, 2017.08.
6. Yeoh SH, Satake A, Numata S, Ichie T, Lee SL, Basherudin N, Muhammad N, Kondo T, Otani T, Hashim M, Tani N, Unraveling proximate cues of mass flowering in the tropical forests of Southeast Asia from gene expression analyses, Molecular Ecology , 10.1111/mec.14257, 2017.07.
7. Chen Y-Y, Satake A, Sun I-F, Kosugi Y, Tani M, Numata S, Hubbell SP, Fletcher C, Noor NSM, Wright SJ, Species-specific flowering cues among general flowering Shorea species at the Pasoh Research Forest, Malaysia, Journal of Ecology , 10.1111/1365-2745.12836, 2017.07.
8. Miyazaki Y, Satake A., Relationship between seasonal progression of floral meristem development and FLOWERING LOCUS T expression in the deciduous tree Fagus crenata, Ecological Research, 2017.05.
9. Tomoyuki Abe, Yuuya Tachiki, Hirokazu Kon, Akiko Nagasaka, Kensuke Onodera, Kazuhiro Minamino, Qingmin Han, Akiko Satake, Parameterisation and validation of a resource budget model for masting using spatiotemporal flowering data of individual trees, ECOLOGY LETTERS, 10.1111/ele.12651, 19, 9, 1129-1139, 2016.09.
10. Akiko Satake, Motohide Seki, Makoto Iima, Takashi Teramoto, Yasumasa Nishiura, Florigen distribution determined by a source-sink balance explains the diversity of inflorescence structures in Arabidopsis, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 10.1016/j.jtbi.2016.01.035, 395, 227-237, 2016.04, The ability to continue flowering after loss of inductive environmental cues that trigger flowering is termed floral commitment. Reversible transition involving a switch from floral development back to vegetative development has been found in Arabidopsis mutants and many plant species. Although the molecular basis for floral commitment remains unclear, recent studies suggest that the persistent activity of FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) at inflorescences is required for floral commitment in Arabidopsis thaliana. Because FT encodes a mobile signal, florigen, which is generally transported from leaves to meristems through the phloem, understanding the transportation dynamics of FT is required to explore the role of FT on floral commitment. Here we developed a transportation model of leaf- and inflorescence-derived florigen and sucrose based on pressure-flow hypothesis. Depending on the demanded level of florigen supply for floral commitment of each floral meristem, the model predicted the change in inflorescence pattern from stable commitment to flower, transient flowering, and complete reversion. FT activity in inflorescence partly suppressed floral reversion, but complete suppression was achieved only when inflorescence became a source of sucrose. This finding highlights the importance of monitoring the spatio-temporal sucrose distribution and floral stimulus to understand inflorescence development mechanism..
11. Tachiki Yuuya, Akiko Satake, Pair-approximation analyses of evolutionarily stable strategies for flowering time in clonal monocarpic plants, JAPAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS, 10.1007/s13160-015-0194-4, 32, 3, 615-639, 2015.11, Clonal plants can employ two distinct reproductive strategies, clonal and sexual reproduction. Bamboos are monocarpic clonal plants that flower after a long-term clonal reproduction, and then die after seed production. To explore the effect of spatial structure formed through clonal reproduction on the evolution of such long flowering intervals, we developed a model for population growth of clonal plants on a regular lattice. We applied the pair-approximation that enables us to obtain a closed form of the dynamics. We derived the condition that an infinitely long flowering interval (a pure clonal strategy) or annual flowering strategy became an evolutionarily stable strategy. We demonstrate that localized dispersal broadens the region in which finite flowering interval evolves. Our finding highlights the importance to take into account the spatial structure on the studies of life history strategy in clonal plants..
12. Alex A. R. Webb, Akiko Satake, Understanding Circadian Regulation of Carbohydrate Metabolism in Arabidopsis Using Mathematical Models, PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY, 10.1093/pcp/pcv033, 56, 4, 586-593, 2015.04.
13. Yuuya Tachiki, Akifumi Makita, Yoshihisa Suyama, Akiko Satake, A spatially explicit model for flowering time in bamboos: long rhizomes drive the evolution of delayed flowering, JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 10.1111/1365-2745.12390, 103, 3, 585-593, 2015.05.
14. Gen Sakurai, Akiko Satake, Naoki Yamaji, Namiki Mitani-Ueno, Masayuki Yokozawa, François G. Feugier, Jian Feng Ma, In silico simulation modeling reveals the importance of the Casparian strip for efficient silicon uptake in rice roots, Plant and Cell Physiology, 10.1093/pcp/pcv017, 56, 4, 631-639, 2015.04.
15. Motohide Seki, François G. Feugier, Xian-Jun Song, Motoyuki Ashikari, Haruka Nakamura, Keiki Ishiyama, Tomoyuki Yamaya, Mayuko Inari-Ikeda, Hidemi Kitano, Akiko Satake, A mathematical model of phloem sucrose transport as a new tool for designing rice panicle structure for high grain yield, PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY, 10.1093/pcp/pcu191, 56, 4, 605-619, 2015.04.
16. Yuko Miyazaki, Yosuke Maruyama, Yukako Chiba, Masaki J. Kobayashi, Benesh Joseph, Kentaro K. Shimizu, Keiichi Mochida, Tsutom Hiura, Hirokazu Kon, Akiko Satake, Nitrogen as a key regulator of flowering in Fagus crenata: understanding the physiological mechanism of masting by gene expression analysis, ECOLOGY LETTERS, 10.1111/ele.12338, 17, 10, 1299-1309, 2014.10.
17. Yui Yamashita, Yoshitomo Kadokura, Naoyuki Sotta, Toru Fujiwara, Ichigaku Takigawa, Akiko Satake, Hitoshi Onouchi, Satoshi Naito, Ribosomes in a Stacked Array, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 10.1074/jbc.M113.526616, 289, 18, 12693-12704, 2014.05.
18. Deepti Diwan, Shun Komazaki, Miho Suzuki, Naoto Nemoto, Takuyo Aita, Akiko Satake, Koichi Nishigaki, Systematic genome sequence differences among leaf cells within individual trees, BMC GENOMICS, 10.1186/1471-2164-15-142, 15, 2014.02.
19. François G. Feugier, Akiko Satake, Hyperbolic features of the circadian clock oscillations can explain linearity in leaf starch dynamics and adaptation of plants to diverse light and dark cycles, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.11.011, 290, 110-120, 2014.10.
20. Keita Honjo, Akiko Satake, N-player mosquito net game: Individual and social rationality in the misuse of insecticide-treated nets, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 10.1016/j.jtbi.2013.11.001, 342, 39-46, 2014.02.
21. Akiko Satake, Tetsuhiro Kawagoe, Yukari Saburi, Yukako Chiba, Gen Sakurai, Hiroshi Kudoh, Forecasting flowering phenology under climate warming by modelling the regulatory dynamics of flowering-time genes, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, 10.1038/ncomms3303, 4, 2013.08.
22. Keisuke Ishikawa, Naoko Hachiya, Tetsuya Aikoh, Yasushi Shoji, Katsuhiro Nishinari, Akiko Satake, A decision support model for traffic congestion in protected areas: A case study of Shiretoko National Park, Tourism Management Perspectives, 10.1016/j.tmp.2013.05.001, 8, 18-27, 2013.10.
23. François G. Feugier, Akiko Satake, Dynamical feedback between circadian clock and sucrose availability explains adaptive response of starch metabolism to various photoperiods, FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE, 10.3389/fpls.2012.00305, 3, 2013.01.
24. Keita Honjo, Luis F. Chaves, Akiko Satake, Akira Kaneko, Noboru Minakawa, When they don't bite, we smell money: understanding malaria bednet misuse, PARASITOLOGY, 10.1017/S0031182012002077, 140, 5, 580-586, 2013.04.
25. Akiko Satake, Yoh Iwasa, A stochastic model of chromatin modification: cell population coding of winter memory in plants. , Journal of Theoretical Biology , 2012.03.
26. Luis F. Chaves, Akiko Satake, Masahiro Hashizume, Noboru Minakawa, Indian Ocean Dipole and Rainfall Drive a Moran Effect in East Africa Malaria Transmission, JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES, 10.1093/infdis/jis289, 205, 12, 1885-1891, 2012.06.
27. Luis F. Chaves, Masahiro Hashizume, Akiko Satake, Noboru Minakawa, Regime shifts and heterogeneous trends in malaria time series from Western Kenya Highlands, PARASITOLOGY, 10.1017/S0031182011001685, 139, 1, 14-25, 2012.01.
28. Akiko Satake, Hitoshi Araki, Stocking of captive-bred fish can cause long-term population decline and gene pool replacement: predictions from a population dynamics model incorporating density-dependent mortality, THEORETICAL ECOLOGY, 10.1007/s12080-011-0128-y, 5, 2, 283-296, 2012.05.
29. Yuuya Tachiki, Yoh Iwasa, Akiko Satake, Pollinator coupling can induce synchronized flowering in different plant species, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 10.1016/j.jtbi.2010.08.023, 267, 2, 153-163, 2010.11.
30. Akiko Satake, Diversity of plant life cycles is generated by dynamic epigenetic regulation in response to vernalization, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 10.1016/j.jtbi.2010.07.019, 266, 4, 595-605, 2010.10.
31. Shinichiro Aikawa, Masaki J. Kobayashi, Akiko Satake, Kentaro K. Shimizu, Hiroshi Kudoh, Robust control of the seasonal expression of the Arabidopsis FLC gene in a fluctuating environment, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 10.1073/pnas.0914293107, 107, 25, 11632-11637, 2010.06.
32. Antonio Rodrigues, Heinz Koeppl, Hisashi Ohtsuki, Akiko Satake, A game theoretical model of deforestation in human-environment relationships, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 10.1016/j.jtbi.2009.01.005, 258, 1, 127-134, 2009.05.
33. Jaboury Ghazoul, Akiko Satake, Nonviable seed set enhances plant fitness: the sacrificial sibling hypothesis, ECOLOGY, 90, 2, 369-377, 2009.02.
34. Akiko Satake, Thomas K. Rudel, Ayumi Onuma, Scale mismatches and their ecological and economic effects on landscapes: A spatially explicit model, GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE-HUMAN AND POLICY DIMENSIONS, 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2008.07.007, 18, 4, 768-775, 2008.10.
35. Akiko Satake, Yoh Iwasa, Simon A. Levin, Comparison between perfect information and passive-adaptive social learning models of forest harvesting, THEORETICAL ECOLOGY, 10.1007/s12080-008-0019-z, 1, 4, 189-197, 2008.12.
36. Akiko Satake, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, A resource budget model to explain intraspecific variation in mast reproductive dynamics, ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 10.1007/s11284-007-0397-5, 23, 1, 3-10, 2008.01.
37. Akiko Satake, Thomas K. Rudel, Modeling the forest transition: Forest scarcity and ecosystem service hypotheses, ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 17, 7, 2024-2036, 2007.10.
38. Akiko Satake, Heather M. Leslie, Yoh Iwasa, Simon A. Levin, Coupled ecological-social dynamics in a forested landscape: Spatial interactions and information flow, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 10.1016/j.jtbi.2007.01.014, 246, 4, 695-707, 2007.06.
39. Akiko Satake, Marco A. Janssen, Simon A. Levin, Yoh Iwasa, Synchronized deforestation induced by social learning under uncertainty of forest-use value, ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS, 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2006.11.018, 63, 2-3, 452-462, 2007.08.
40. Akiko Satake, The role of economic incentives and social norms in forest resource management, ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 10.1007/s11284-006-0077-x, 22, 1, 21-22, 2007.01.
41. Akiko Satake, Yoh Iwasa, Coupled ecological and social dynamics in a forested landscape: the deviation of individual decisions from the social optimum, ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 10.1007/s11284-006-0167-9, 21, 3, 370-379, 2006.05.
42. Akiko Satake, Takayuki Ohgushi, Satoru Urano, Koichiro Uchimura, Modeling population dynamics of a tea pest with temperature-dependent development: predicting emergence timing and potential damage, ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 10.1007/s11284-005-0099-9, 21, 1, 107-116, 2006.01.
43. Akiko Satake, Modeling spatial dynamics of episodic and synchronous reproduction by plant populations: the effect of small-scale pollen coupling and large-scale climate, POPULATION ECOLOGY, 10.1007/s10144-004-0183-y, 46, 2, 119-128, 2004.08.
44. Akiko Satake, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Spatial dynamics of specialist seed predators on synchronized and intermittent seed production of host plants, AMERICAN NATURALIST, 163, 4, 591-605, 2004.04.
45. Akiko Satake, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Sverre Kobro, Masting and trophic cascades: interplay between rowan trees, apple fruit moth, and their parasitoid in southern Norway, OIKOS, 104, 3, 540-550, 2004.03.
46. Akiko Satake, Yoh Iwasa, Hiroshi Hakoyama, Stephen P. Hubbell, Estimating local interaction from spatiotemporal forest data, and Monte Carlo bias correction, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 10.1016/j.jtbi.2003.09.003, 226, 2, 225-235, 2004.01.
47. Yoh Iwasa, Akiko Satake, Mechanisms inducing spatially extended synchrony in mast seeding: The role of pollen coupling and environmental fluctuation, ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 19, 1, 13-20, 2004.01.
48. Yoh Iwasa, Akiko Satake, Synchronized reproduction of trees caused by pollen exchange: modeled as coupled chaos systems., Acta Biologica Venezuelica, 2002.01.
49. Akiko Satake, Yoh Iwasa, The synchronized and intermittent reproduction of forest trees is mediated by the Moran effect, only in association with pollen coupling, JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 90, 5, 830-838, 2002.10.
50. Akiko Satake, Yoh Iwasa, Spatially limited pollen exchange and a long-range synchronization of trees, ECOLOGY, 83, 4, 993-1005, 2002.04.
51. Akiko Satake, Akira Sasaki, Yoh Iwasa, Variable timing of reproduction in unpredictable environments: Adaption of flood plain plants, THEORETICAL POPULATION BIOLOGY, 10.1006/tpbi.2001.1528, 60, 1, 1-15, 2001.08.
52. Akiko Satake, Yoh Iwasa, Pollen coupling of forest trees: Forming synchronized and periodic reproduction out of chaos, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 203, 2, 63-84, 2000.03.
53. Akiko Satake, Takuya Kubo, Yoh Iwasa, Noise-induced regularity of spatial wave patterns in subalpine Abies forests, JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, 195, 4, 465-479, 1998.12.