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2013Cellulolytic Protist Numbers Rise and Fall Dramatically in Termite Queens and Kings during Colony FoundationLo, Nathan; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Kitade, Osamu; Shimada, Keisuke; Wakui, Akane; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesCellulolytic Protist Numbers Rise and Fall Dramatically in Termite Queens and Kings during Colony Foundation, Eukaryotic Cell, vol.12, 4, 2013,pp 545-550
2013Construction and Characterization of Normalized cDNA Libraries by 454 Pyrosequencing and Estimation of DNA Methylation Levels in Three Distantly Related Termite SpeciesHayashi, Yoshinobu; Lo, Nathan; Bourguignon, Thomas; Hojo, Masaru; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Miura, Toru; Saiki, Ryota; Shigenobu, Shuji; Shimada, Keisuke; Toga, Kouhei; Watanabe, Dai; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesConstruction and Characterization of Normalized cDNA Libraries by 454 Pyrosequencing and Estimation of DNA Methylation Levels in Three Distantly Related Termite Species, PLoS One, vol.8, 9, 2013,pp 1-12
2003The evolution of soil-burrowing cockroaches (Blattaria: Blaberidae) from wood-burrowing ancestors following an invasion of the latter from Asia into AustraliaLo, Nathan; Rose, Harley; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Matsumoto, Tadao; Biological Sciences; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production SystemsThe evolution of soil-burrowing cockroaches (Blattaria: Blaberidae) from wood-burrowing ancestors following an invasion of the latter from Asia into Australia, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences, vol.270,(1521),2003,pp 1301-1307
2016Multiple evolutionary origins of Australian soil-burrowing cockroaches driven by climate change in the NeogeneBeninati, Tiziana; Ho, Simon; Lo, Nathan; Low, David; Rose, Harley; Tong, Kwei Jun; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Matsumoto, Tadao; Animal Science; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); Biological Sciences; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)Multiple evolutionary origins of Australian soil-burrowing cockroaches driven by climate change in the Neogene, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, vol.283, 1825, 2016,pp 1-8
2005Phylogenetic analyses of fat body endosymbionts reveal differences in invasion times of blaberid wood-feeding Cockroaches (Blaberidae:panesthiinae) into the Japanese archipelagoLo, Nathan; Araya, Kunio; Kon, Masahiro; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Matsumoto, Tadao; Biological SciencesPhylogenetic analyses of fat body endosymbionts reveal differences in invasion times of blaberid wood-feeding Cockroaches (Blaberidae:panesthiinae) into the Japanese archipelago, Zoological Science, vol.22,(10),2005,pp 1061-1067
2005Phylogeny of endosymbiont bacteria harbored by the woodroach Cryptocercus spp. (Cryptocercidae : Blattaria): Molecular clock evidence for a late Cretaceous-early Tertiary split of Asian and American lineagesLo, Nathan; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Park, Yung C.; Biological SciencesPhylogeny of endosymbiont bacteria harbored by the woodroach Cryptocercus spp. (Cryptocercidae : Blattaria): Molecular clock evidence for a late Cretaceous-early Tertiary split of Asian and American lineages, Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, vol.36,(3),2005,pp 728-733
2014Presoldier differentiation of australian termite species induced by juvenile hormone analoguesHayashi, Yoshinobu; Lee, Timothy; Lo, Nathan; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesPresoldier differentiation of australian termite species induced by juvenile hormone analogues, Australian Journal of Entomology, vol.53, 2, 2014,pp 138-143
2007Save Isoptera: A comment on Inward et alLo, Nathan; Thompson, Graham; Cameron, Stephen; Engel, Michael; Grimaldi, David; Kitade, Osamu; Klass, Klaus-Dieter; Krishna, Kumar; Maekawa, Kiyoto; Miura, Toru; Nalepa, Christine; Tokuda, Gaku; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesSave Isoptera: A comment on Inward et al, Biology Letters, vol.3,(5),2007,pp 562-563