Key words: Snowmelt gradient, flowering phenology, snowbed, fellfield, reproductive success, pollination, gene flow, meta-population structure
Kudo G. 2022. Outcrossing syndrome in alpine plants: Implications for flowering phenology and pollination success. Ecological Research 37: (in press). doi: 10.1111/1440-1703.12314
Hirao A.S., Shimono Y., Narita K., Wada N. & Kudo G. 2019. Ecotypic divergences of the alpine herb Potentilla matsumurae adapted to fellfield-snowbed habitats across a series of mountain sky islands. American Journal of Botany 106: 772–787. doi: 10.1002/ajb2.1290
Kameyama Y. & Kudo G. 2009. Flowering phenology influences seed production and outcrossing rate in populations of an alpine snowbed shrub, Phyllodoce aleutica: effects of pollinators and self-incompatibility. Annals of Botany 103: 1385-1394. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcp037
Key words: Bumblebee, gender variation, sex allocation, floral traits, pollen flow, mating system, inflorescence architecture, flower color
Mizunaga Y. & Kudo G. 2017. A linkage between flowering phenology and fruit-set success of alpine plant communities with reference to the seasonality and pollination effectiveness of bees and flies. Oecologia 185: 453-464.
Kudo G. 2014. Vulnerability of phenological synchrony between plants and pollinators in an alpine ecosystem. Ecological Research 29: 571-581. doi: 10.1007/s11284-013-1108-z
Kudo G. et al. 2011. Pollination efficiency of bumblebee queens and workers in the alpine shrub Rhododendron aureum. International Journal of Plant Sciences 172:70-77.
Kudo G. et al. 2007. A test of the pollination effectiveness of floral color change using artificial inflorescences visited by bumblebees. Oecologia 154: 119-128.
Key words: Leaf life-span, season length, photosynthesis, nitrogen content, leaf mass area, carbon balance
Kudo G. et al. 2018. Altered morphologies and physiological composition in a rapidly expanding dwarf bamboo in alpine ecosystems. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 50:1 e1463733.
Kudo G. et al. 2001. Leaf-trait variation of tundra plants along a climatic gradient: an integration of responses in evergreen and deciduous species. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 33: 181-190.
Key words: Mating system, phenology, photosynthesis, pollination, light environment, deciduous forest, spring ephemerals
Kudo G. & Hirao A.S. 2020. Geographical distribution, genetic diversity, and reproductive traits of mixed polyploid populations in Parasenecio kamtschaticus (Senecioneae; Asteraceae). Plant Systematics and Evolution 306:1–11. doi: 10.1007/s00606-020-01714-3
Kudo G. & Ida T.Y. 2010. Carbon source for reproduction in a spring ephemeral herb, Corydalis ambigua (Papaveraceae). Functional Ecology 24: 62-69. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2009.01601.x
Kudo G. et al. 2008. Linkages between phenology, pollination, photosynthesis, and plant reproduction in deciduous forest understory plants. Ecology 89: 321-331.
Key words: Alpine ecosystem, cool-temperate forest, plant-pollinator interaction, warming effect, phenology, reproduction
Kawai Y. & Kudo G. 2021. Climate change shifts population structure and demographics of an alpine herb, Anemone narcissiflora ssp. sachalinensis (Ranunculaceae), along a snowmelt gradient. Population Ecology 63: 260-271. doi: 10.1002/1438-390X.12089
Kudo G. & Cooper E. 2019. When spring ephemerals fail to meet pollinators: mechanism of phenological mismatch and its impact on plant reproduction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286: 20190573. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2019.0573
Amagai Y., Kudo G. & Sato K. 2018. Changes in alpine plant communities under climate change: dynamics of snow-meadow vegetation in northern Japan over the last 40 years. Applied Vegetation Science 21: 561–571. doi: 10.1111/avsc.12387
Kudo G. & Ida T.Y. 2013. Early onset of spring increases the phenological mismatch between plants and pollinators. Ecology 94:2311-2320. doi: 0.1890/12-2003.1
Key words: defense, leaf phenology, leaf traits, compensation, nitrogen
Kudo G. & Shibata A. 2021. Is increased male flower production a strategy for avoidance of predispersal seed predation in andromonoecious plants? Ecology and Evolution 2021 00:1-11. doi: 10.1002/ece3.7468
Kudo G. 2003. Variations in leaf traits and susceptibility to insect herbivory within a Salix miyabeana population under field conditions. Plant Ecology 169: 61-69.
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