Current affiliation: University of TokyoSubject: Aquatic SciencesPrimary location: Japan
Published in:Journal of The Royal Society InterfacePublication date:2012-01-04
Scallops are not known for their active lifestyles. Yet our research shows that because they have low background metabolic rates, each movement the...
Published in:NaturePublication date:2006-12-21
Shellfish such as mussels and oysters are rich in brain nutrients.
Published in:Chocolate in Health and NutritionPublication date:2012-06-21
Published in:HydrobiologiaPublication date:2010-09-14
Published in:Food MicrobiologyPublication date:2007-06-01
Published in:Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and EcologyPublication date:2012-11-01
Published in:Bioactive Food as Dietary Interventions for Liver and Gastrointestinal DiseasePublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Bioactive Food as Dietary Interventions for the Aging PopulationPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Marine BiologyPublication date:2006-12-12
Published in:Nutrition and HealthPublication date:2011-07-01
Published in:Journal of Molluscan StudiesPublication date:2010-07-13
Published in:Aquatic BiologyPublication date:2009-06-02
Published in:Nutrition and HealthPublication date:2009-04-01
Published in:Aquatic BiologyPublication date:2014-07-03
Derivatives of dynamic body acceleration (DBA) such as VeDBA, ODBA, root mean square DBA and total acceleration variability elongate behaviour dur...
Published in:OecologiaPublication date:2015-01-10
Published in:Movement EcologyPublication date:2015-09-16
Published in:Royal Society Open SciencePublication date:2016-03-01