Ishimatsu Atsushi
Ishimatsu Atsushi
Emeritus Professor of Nagasaki University
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Effects of increased seawater pCO2 on early development of the oyster Crassostrea gigas
H Kurihara, S Kato, A Ishimatsu
Aquatic Biology 1 (1), 91-98, 2007
Fishes in high-CO2, acidified oceans
A Ishimatsu, M Hayashi, T Kikkawa
Marine Ecology Progress Series 373, 295-302, 2008
Effects of CO 2 on marine fish: larvae and adults
A Ishimatsu, T Kikkawa, M Hayashi, KS Lee, J Kita
Journal of oceanography 60 (4), 731-741, 2004
Effects of high CO2 seawater on the copepod (Acartia tsuensis) through all life stages and subsequent generations
H Kurihara, A Ishimatsu
Marine pollution bulletin 56 (6), 1086-1090, 2008
Generation of reactive oxygen species by raphidophycean phytoplankton
T Oda, A Nakamura, M Shikayama, I Kawano, A Ishimatsu, T Muramatsu
Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry 61 (10), 1658-1662, 1997
Effects of elevated pCO2 on early development in the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis
H Kurihara, T Asai, S Kato, A Ishimatsu
Aquatic Biology 4 (3), 225-233, 2008
Risk maps for Antarctic krill under projected Southern Ocean acidification
S Kawaguchi, A Ishida, R King, B Raymond, N Waller, A Constable, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (9), 843-847, 2013
Physiological effects on fishes in a high‐CO2 world
A Ishimatsu, M Hayashi, KS Lee, T Kikkawa, J Kita
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 110 (C9), 2005
Long-term effects of predicted future seawater CO2 conditions on the survival and growth of the marine shrimp Palaemon pacificus
H Kurihara, M Matsui, H Furukawa, M Hayashi, A Ishimatsu
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 367 (1), 41-46, 2008
Comparison of the lethal effect of CO2 and acidification on red sea bream (Pagrus major) during the early developmental stages
T Kikkawa, J Kita, A Ishimatsu
Marine Pollution Bulletin 48 (1-2), 108-110, 2004
Mudskippers store air in their burrows
A Ishimatsu, Y Hishida, T Takita, T Kanda, S Oikawa, T Takeda, KK Huat
Nature 391 (6664), 237-238, 1998
Will krill fare well under Southern Ocean acidification?
S Kawaguchi, H Kurihara, R King, L Hale, T Berli, JP Robinson, A Ishida, ...
Biology Letters 7 (2), 288-291, 2011
Acute CO2 tolerance during the early developmental stages of four marine teleosts
T Kikkawa, A Ishimatsu, J Kita
Environmental Toxicology: An International Journal 18 (6), 375-382, 2003
The biology of gobies
R Patzner, JL Van Tassell, M Kovacic, BG Kapoor
CRC Press, 2011
Hydroxyl radical generation by red tide algae
T Oda, T Akaike, K Sato, A Ishimatsu, S Takeshita, T Muramatsu, H Maeda
Archives of Biochemistry and biophysics 294 (1), 38-43, 1992
Oxygen-radical-mediated toxic effects of the red tide flagellate Chattonella marina on Vibrio alginolyticus
T Oda, A Ishimatsu, M Shimada, S Takeshita, T Muramatsu
Marine Biology 112 (3), 505-509, 1992
Mechanism of superoxide anion generation in the toxic red tide phytoplankton Chattonella marina: possible involvement of NAD (P) H oxidase
D Kim, A Nakamura, T Okamoto, N Komatsu, T Oda, T Iida, A Ishimatsu, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects 1524 (2-3), 220-227, 2000
Synergistic effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on the metabolic scope and activity in a shallow-water coastal decapod (Metapenaeus joyneri; Crustacea …
A Dissanayake, A Ishimatsu
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (6), 1147-1154, 2011
Acid-base responses to lethal aquatic hypercapnia in three marine fishes
M Hayashi, J Kita, A Ishimatsu
Marine biology 144 (1), 153-160, 2004
Oxygen radicals are probably involved in the mortality of yellowtail by Chattonella marina
A Ishimatsu, T Oda, M Yoshida, M Ozaki
Fisheries science 62 (5), 836-837, 1996
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