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  • Grass and water preference during oviposition by Sympetrum pedemontanum elatum in Japan (Odonata: Libellulidae)

    Higashikawa Wataru , Yoshimura Mayumi , Yagi Tsuyoshi , Maeto Kaoru

    … In this study, we tracked adults as they performed reproductive behaviors and documented the grass height and water conditions preferred for oviposition in a lowland, mid-slope river in Japan. …

    Odonatologica 47(1/2), 161-178, 2018-06

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  • Mechanism underlying anti-depressive action of novel Alzheimer's disease therapeutic candidate, SAK3

    Fukunaga Kohji , Xu Jing , Yu Mengze , Yabuki Yasushi

    … We previously documented that SAK3 improves cognitive impairment in olfactory bulbectomized AD model mice through activation of T-VGCC. … </p><p>[Methods] Two weeks after olfactory bulbectomy, mice were administrated SAK3 (0/1, 0.5 or 1.0 mg/kg oral) once a day for next two weeks and assessed depressive behaviors by forced swim, tail suspension and sucrose preference tasks. …

    Proceedings for Annual Meeting of The Japanese Pharmacological Society WCP2018(0), PO2-1-88, 2018

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  • First record of association between <i>Tamoya haplonema</i> (Cnidaria: Cubozoa) and stromateid fish, with a review on interactions between fish and cubozoan jellyfishes

    Lawley Jonathan W. , Faria Júnior Edson

    … Conversely, associations are much less documented, most involving scyphozoan jellyfishes in comparison to cubozoans. … This could be due to host preference or even the large spatial and temporal variability in the occurrence of the former. …

    Plankton and Benthos Research 13(1), 32-38, 2018

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  • Students'Perception of Native English-Speaking Teachers and Japanese Teachers of English : The Effect on Students'Self-Efficacy and Emotional State

    Yazawa Olya

    … It has been long believed by default that NESTs are preferable teaching models for second language learning, for numerous reasons, at the same time their direct influence on self-efficacy and emotional state of students in Japan's higher education has not been fully researched or documented. …

    Eruditi : The CGCS Journal of Language Research and Education (1), 61-72, 2017-06

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  • Interacting effects of lure color and turbidity on foraging response by rainbow trout (<i>Oncorhynchus mykiss</i>)  [in Japanese]

    Nishidai Kouki , Maruyama Atsushi

    … <p>Increased turbidity is known to affect feeding of predatory fishes through its effect on prey color, but interactions between turbidity and prey color are not well documented. … lux) and water temperature (15.2– 25.5˚C) did not affect lure color selected by rainbow trout, but both parameters negatively impacted the number of individuals captured per 10 min. The findings highlighted the importance of environmental conditions (particularly turbidity) on prey preference by predatory fishes.</p> …

    Japanese Journal of Ichthyology 64(2), 113-119, 2017

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  • Cannabinoid-Elicited Conditioned Place Preference in a Modified Behavioral Paradigm

    Liu Tao , Zheng Qiaohua , Qian Zhaoqiang , Wang Haoquan , Liu Zhiqiang , Ren Wei , Zhang Xia , Han Jing

    … Cannabinoids are the active ingredients in marijuana, which is among the most widely used addictive drugs despite the well-documented harmfulness related to its abuse. … The mechanism underlying cannabinoid addiction remains unclear, which is attributed partially to the difficulty in behavioral testing of high-dose cannabinoids using the conditioned place preference (CPP) model. …

    Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 39(5), 747-753, 2016

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  • Salty Food Preference and Intake and Risk of Gastric Cancer: The JACC Study

    Umesawa Mitsumasa , Iso Hiroyasu , Fujino Yoshihisa , Kikuchi Shogo , Tamakoshi Akiko

    … However, limited information is available on the relationship between salty food preference or intake and risk of gastric cancer. … After a median follow-up of 14.3 years, 787 incident gastric cancers were documented. …

    Journal of Epidemiology 26(2), 92-97, 2016

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  • Characteristics of Geriatric Health Service Facilities Designated as Sites of Death

    Ono Mitsumi , Kanda Hideyuki , Takeda Yuko , Hara Sachiko

    … We found that GHSFs designated as sites of death were more likely to have basic policies and documented preferences regarding end-of-life care. …

    Health (7), 1275-1282, 2015-10

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  • The Determinants of International Food Safety Standard Science and Factors Other than Science Revisited  [in Japanese]

    MATSUO Makiko , MINATO Takayuki , SHIROYAMA Hideaki

    … economic consideration and feasibility etc.) and such factors as consumer concerns and preference, which some countries emphasize, are not documented. …

    Japanese Journal of Risk Analysis 25(1), 9-18, 2015

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  • Protection of the brain against heat damage

    Matsuda-Nakamura Mayumi , Nagashima Kei

    … Carotid retes have been well documented in artiodactyls (hoofed animals) and felids (cats) as mechanisms of SBC. … Therefore, preference for a low facial temperature may activate SBC. …

    The Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine 3(2), 217-221, 2014

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  • Preferences and use of Japanese or Brazilian medicines by Japanese Brazilian immigrants in Japan  [in Japanese]

    Nakagawa Yuki , Kawaguchi Leo , Higuchi Michiyo , Kawazoe Nobuo , Chiang Chifa , Yatsuya Hiroshi , Aoyama Atsuko

    … <B>Introduction</B><BR>The use of medicines among Brazilian workers in Japan has not been documented. … Over 80% reported a preference for Japanese medicines. … Most respondents answered that Brazilian medicines were more effective, but were more expensive and produced worse side effect than Japanese medicines.<BR>Households with children showed a preference for Japanese medicines for children's illnesses. …

    Kokusai Hoken Iryo (Journal of International Health) 27(3), 213-223, 2012

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  • How does interaction activate participation in my EFL reading classes?

    Kobayashi Kahori

    … The theme of my research is "How Interaction Activates Participation in My EFL Reading Classes." In this paper, I present how I modified my instruction and documented the effects of each intervention. … At the end of each semester, I gave students a questionnaire, asking their preference of the activities. …

    JACET Kansai journal (12), 128-138, 2010

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  • Valve Replacement in Hemodialysis Patients in Japan  [in Japanese]

    AOKI Masakazu , NISHIMURA Yoshiyuki , BABA Hiroshi , HASHIMOTO Masanori , OHKAWA Yasuhide , KUMADA Yoshitaka

    … There were three documented major bleedings or thromboembolisms in the 29 patients with mechanical valves (10%) and none in the 9 patients with bioprosthetic valves (0% no significance). … Therefore, preference should be given to mechanical valve prostheses in hemodialysis patients. …

    Japanese Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 36(1), 1-7, 2007-01-15

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  • Valve Replacement in Hemodialysis Patients in Japan  [in Japanese]

    Aoki Masakazu , Nishimura Yoshiyuki , Baba Hiroshi , Hashimoto Masanori , Ohkawa Yasuhide , Kumada Yoshitaka

    … There were three documented major bleedings or thromboembolisms in the 29 patients with mechanical valves (10%) and none in the 9 patients with bioprosthetic valves (0% no significance). … Therefore, preference should be given to mechanical valve prostheses in hemodialysis patients. …

    Japanese Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 36(1), 1-7, 2007

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  • Facial expression facilitates visual detection : An effect of social anxiety  [in Japanese]

    IMARUOKA Toshihide , MATSUMOTO Kei , SAWADA Haruhiko , OHMI Masao , SHIOTANI Tohru

    … It has been documented that human attention system has preference to emotional stimuli. …

    IEICE technical report 106(328), 105-110, 2006-10-19

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  • Precopulatory Mate Guarding of Interstitial Phyllopodopsyllus sp.(Copepoda: Harpacticoida)in Otsuchi Bay, Northeastern Japan

    Shimanaga Motohiro , Shirayama Yoshihisa

    … We investigated male mate preference in Phyllopodopsyllus sp. … However, they do not show a clear preference for any one of the three copepodite stages(third-, fourth-, and fifth-stage)that they select. … Overall, we documented a very low frequency of pairing, which suggests that males of this species spend much more time feeding or searching for better mates than guarding juveniles until their final molt. …

    BENTHOS RESEARCH 60(2), 39-44, 2005

  • Precopulatory Mate Guarding of Interstitial Phyllopodopsyllus sp.(Copepoda: Harpacticoida)in Otsuchi Bay, Northeastern Japan

    Shimanaga Motohiro , Shirayama Yoshihisa

    … We investigated male mate preference in Phyllopodopsyllus sp. … However, they do not show a clear preference for any one of the three copepodite stages(third-, fourth-, and fifth-stage)that they select. … Overall, we documented a very low frequency of pairing, which suggests that males of this species spend much more time feeding or searching for better mates than guarding juveniles until their final molt. …

    BENTHOS RESEARCH 60(2), 39-44, 2005

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  • Adaptive Strategy of Japanese Immigrants and Occupational Sequent Occupance in the Development of Fresh Produce Marketing in Los Angeles

    YAGASAKI Noritaka

    … The process in which Japanese came to occupy such economic niches was documented with special reference to the adaptive strategy they applied in establishing their economic bases. … Ethnic organizations and occupational preference played an important role, while growing economy and population created a soaring demand for fresh produce, marketing system had not yet been established, and the role of the Chinese was fading after the turn of the century. …

    Geographical Review of Japan 76(12), 894-909, 2003-10-01

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  • Phenology and biology of harvestmen in and near Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, with some taxonomical notes on <i>Nelima suzukii</i> n. sp. and allies (Arachnida: Opiliones)

    Tsurusaki Nobuo

    … The protogyny seems to be rather prevalent in harvestmen of the superfamily Phalangioidea including Phalangiidae and Sclerosomatidae, although it has been only rarely documented in insects and other arachnids. … imamurai</i>, and <i>Paraumbogrella pumilio</i>), all species changed their diurnal microhabitat preference from soil litter on the ground to upward herbaceous layer or tree trunks before they reach adulthood. …

    Acta Arachnologica 52(1), 5-24, 2003

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  • Nutritional Education Based on the Present Status of Children's Diets:-1. Survey of Food Prefbrences of Elementary School Children-  [in Japanese]

    Naito Mariko , Kawahara Reiko , Morimoto Akiko , Nishikawa Yasuhiro , Tsuruta Yasushi , Yoshinaga Hisaaki , Furusawa Yukari , Kimura Mitsutaka

    … fruits were the most favorite foods of all.<BR>3) The number of children who liked carrots, fish, bread, or instant Chinese noodles decreased significantly between the third grade and the sixth grade.<BR>4) There were no statistical differences in the trends in food preferences between boys and girls.<BR>5) Approximately 15% of the children in each grade were likely to be on one-sideddiets, and this rate was stable in spite of ages.<BR>6) The results documented in this article showed various problems concerning the diet of …

    The Japanese Journal of Pediatric Dentistry 34(5), 1029-1035, 1996

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