14 Works

Diversity of sex chromosomes in Sulawesian medaka fishes

Satoshi Ansai, Javier Montenegro, Kawilarang W. A. Masengi, Atsushi J. Nagano, Kazunori Yamahira & Jun Kitano
Recent genetic and genomic studies have revealed tremendous diversity in sex chromosomes across diverse taxa. Closely related species with different sex chromosomes provide us with excellent opportunities to investigate the driving forces and the consequences of sex chromosome turnover. In the present study, we investigated the diversity of sex chromosomes of 13 Oryzias species from Sulawesi, Indonesia, which diversified during the last 4.86 million years. Using pooled sequencing we found sex chromosomes in 9 species...

Estimating household preferences for coastal flood risk mitigation policies under ambiguity

Si Ha, Toshio Fujimi, Xinyu Jiang, Nobuhito Mori, Rawshan Begum, Masahide Watanabe, Hirokazu Tatano & Eiichi Nakakita
Risk mitigation policies (like dike rising) are essential to address increasing coastal flood risks due to global warming. Furthermore, the optimal level of risk mitigation policy should be determined by public preferences for risk reduction. However, it is difficult to reveal public preferences for coastal flood risk reduction because projections of coastal flood risks inevitably involve uncertainty. This study aims to estimate household preference for coastal flood reduction under ambiguity and multiple projections of coastal...

sj-jpg-3-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-3-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

sj-jpg-3-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-3-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

sj-jpg-4-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-4-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

sj-jpg-2-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-2-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

sj-jpg-2-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-2-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

Genetic basis for the evolution of pelvic-fin brooding, a new mode of reproduction, in a Sulawesian fish

Javier Montenegro, Shingo Fujimoto, Satoshi Ansai, Atsushi Nagano, Masahiro Sato, Yusuke Maeda, Rieko Fujitani, Kawilarang Masengi, Ryosuke Kimura, Jun Kitano & Kazunori Yamahira
Modes of reproduction in animals are diverse, with different modes having evolved independently in multiple lineages across a variety of taxa. However, an understanding of the genomic change driving the transition between different modes of reproduction is limited. Several ricefishes (Adrianichthyidae) on the island of Sulawesi have a unique mode of reproduction called “pelvic-fin brooding,” wherein females carry externally fertilized eggs until hatching using their pelvic fins. Phylogenomic analysis demonstrated pelvic-fin brooders to have evolved...

Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
This study systematically and comprehensively analysed 129 thumb polydactylies in 122 patients using a duplicating range concept based on the level of skin and skeletal bifurcation. Numerical levels were defined along the longitudinal axis of the ulnar thumb duplicate from distal to proximal: level 0 (thumb tip) to level 6 (carpometacarpal joint). The relationships between duplication range and morphological parameters were evaluated. Nail asymmetry was associated with skin bifurcation levels 0 to 2. Proximal phalangeal...

sj-jpg-1-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-1-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

Data from: Drastic shift in flowering phenology of F1 hybrids explains the population structure of Imperata cylindrica in Japan

Yasuyuki Nomura, Yoshiko Shimono, Nobuyuki Mizuno, Ikuya Miyoshi, Satoshi Iwakami, Kazuhiro Sato & Tohru Tominaga
Hybridization is a major source of phenotypic variation and a driving force for evolution. On the other hand, these novel traits can often disrupt adaptive relationships between the parental phenotypes and their environments. However, it remains unclear how new hybrid traits disrupt local adaptation. Here, we report how a new phenotype of hybrids between two ecotypes of Imperata cylindrica contributes to rapid reproductive isolation from their parents and affects hybrid fitness. We analyzed 350 accessions...

sj-jpg-1-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-1-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

sj-jpg-4-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 - Supplemental material for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
Supplemental material, sj-jpg-4-jhs-10.1177_17531934221126864 for Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly by Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge and Naoki Morimoto in Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

Use of the duplication range concept for understanding morphology and predicting prognosis in thumb polydactyly

Susumu Saito, Aiko Makino, Hiroki Yamanaka, Itaru Tsuge & Naoki Morimoto
This study systematically and comprehensively analysed 129 thumb polydactylies in 122 patients using a duplicating range concept based on the level of skin and skeletal bifurcation. Numerical levels were defined along the longitudinal axis of the ulnar thumb duplicate from distal to proximal: level 0 (thumb tip) to level 6 (carpometacarpal joint). The relationships between duplication range and morphological parameters were evaluated. Nail asymmetry was associated with skin bifurcation levels 0 to 2. Proximal phalangeal...

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