Tsukushi Kamiya
Tsukushi Kamiya
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What determines species richness of parasitic organisms? A meta‐analysis across animal, plant and fungal hosts
T Kamiya, K O'Dwyer, S Nakagawa, R Poulin
Biological Reviews 89 (1), 123-134, 2014
Heterogeneity in ecological and evolutionary meta‐analyses: its magnitude and implications
AM Senior, CE Grueber, T Kamiya, M Lagisz, K O'dwyer, ESA Santos, ...
Ecology 97 (12), 3293-3299, 2016
A quantitative review of MHC‐based mating preference: the role of diversity and dissimilarity
T Kamiya, K O'Dwyer, H Westerdahl, A Senior, S Nakagawa
Molecular Ecology 23 (21), 5151-5163, 2014
Host diversity drives parasite diversity: meta‐analytical insights into patterns and causal mechanisms
T Kamiya, K O’Dwyer, S Nakagawa, R Poulin
Ecography 37 (7), 689-697, 2014
Parasites as biological tags of fish stocks: a meta-analysis of their discriminatory power
R Poulin, T Kamiya
Parasitology 142 (1), 145, 2015
Temperature-dependent variation in the extrinsic incubation period elevates the risk of vector-borne disease emergence
T Kamiya, MA Greischar, K Wadhawan, B Gilbert, K Paaijmans, N Mideo
Epidemics 30, 100382, 2020
Altered microhabitat use and movement of littorinid gastropods: the effects of parasites
K O’Dwyer, T Kamiya, R Poulin
Marine Biology 161 (2), 437-445, 2014
Parasite-induced behavioural changes to the trade-off between foraging and predator evasion in a marine snail
T Kamiya, R Poulin
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 438, 61-67, 2012
Parasites and stable isotopes: a comparative analysis of isotopic discrimination in parasitic trophic interactions
DW Thieltges, MA Goedknegt, K O'Dwyer, AM Senior, T Kamiya
Oikos 128 (9), 1329-1339, 2019
Coevolution of virulence and immunosuppression in multiple infections
T Kamiya, N Mideo, S Alizon
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2018
Evolution, phylogenetic distribution and functional ecology of division of labour in trematodes
R Poulin, T Kamiya, C Lagrue
Parasites & Vectors 12 (1), 5, 2019
Caste ratios affect the reproductive output of social trematode colonies
T Kamiya, R Poulin
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (3), 509-516, 2013
Coevolutionary feedback elevates constitutive immune defence: a protein network model
T Kamiya, L Oņa, B Wertheim, GS van Doorn
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 (1), 1, 2016
Uncovering drivers of dose-dependence and individual variation in malaria infection outcomes
T Kamiya, MA Greischar, DS Schneider, N Mideo
PLOS Computational Biology 16 (10), e1008211, 2020
What determines the growth of individual castes in social trematodes?
T Kamiya, K O’Dwyer, J Nuy, R Poulin
Evolutionary Ecology, 1-13, 2013
Linking functional and molecular mechanisms of host resilience to malaria infection
T Kamiya, NM Davis, MA Greischar, D Schneider, N Mideo
eLife 10, e65846, 2021
Behavioural plasticity of social trematodes depends upon social context
T Kamiya, R Poulin
Biology Letters 9 (1), 20121027, 2013
Targeting malaria parasites inside mosquitoes: ecoevolutionary consequences
T Kamiya, DG Paton, F Catteruccia, SE Reece
Trends in Parasitology, 2022
Evolutionary consequences of feedbacks between within-host competition and disease control
MA Greischar, HK Alexander, F Bashey, AI Bento, A Bhattacharya, ...
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 2020 (1), 30-34, 2020
Estimating time-dependent contact: a multi-strain epidemiological model of SARS-CoV-2 on the island of Ireland
T Kamiya, A Alvarez-Iglesias, J Ferguson, S Murphy, MT Sofonea, ...
Global Epidemiology 5, 100111, 2023
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