2017年10月13日(金)~15日(日) 九州大学西新プラザ(福岡県福岡市)Oct. 13 (Fri) – 15 (Sun), 2017 at Nishijin Plaza, Kyushu Univ. (Fukuoka, Japan)

お知らせAnnouncement

本大会は盛況のうちに終了いたしました。[] The meeting finished with a great success.

2017年の秋に、個体群生態学会の第33回大会を福岡で開催します。会場は交通の便利な市内に選びました。皆様のご参加をお待ちしております。We invite you to join us for the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Population Ecology to be held in Fukuoka, Japan.

プログラム・講演要旨集Program

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大会日程Meeting information

会場:Venue:九州大学 西新プラザNishijin Plaza, Kyushu University

〒814-0002 福岡県福岡市早良区西新2-16-232-16-23 Nishijin, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka 814-0002 Japan

1日目 10月13日(金)October 13 (Fri)

2日目 10月14日(土)October 14 (Sat)

3日目 10月15日(日)October 15 (Sun)

実行委員会Organizing Committee

巌佐庸、粕谷英一、佐竹暁子、津田みどり、細川貴弘、関元秀Yoh Iwasa, Eiichi Kasuya, Akiko Satake, Midori Tsuda, Takahiro Hosokawa, Motohide Seki

参加・発表申込みRegistration

参加登録はこのページ下部のフォームから行ってください。Click here to jump to the registration form below. オンライン参加登録は締め切りました。当日参加をお待ちしております。[] Online registration is closed.

参加費Registration fee

参加費の内訳は以下の通りです。早割料金は早割の指定期限までに振り込んだ場合のみに適用されます。Registration fee is listed below. The early-bird registration fee is valid until August 15, 2017.

8月15日まで
8月28日正午まで
8月16日以降
8月29日以降
会員・一般の方懇親会参加11,000円13,000円
不参加6,000円7,000円
会員・学生の方懇親会参加6,000円9,000円
不参加3,000円5,000円
非会員の方懇親会参加13,000円15,000円
不参加7,000円8,000円
Until Aug. 15
Until noon
on Aug. 28
After Aug. 15
After Aug. 28
Members, non-studentsw/JPY11,000JPY13,000
w/o banquetJPY6,000JPY7,000
Members, studentsw/JPY6,000JPY9,000
w/o banquetJPY3,000JPY5,000
Non-membersw/JPY13,000JPY15,000
w/o banquetJPY7,000JPY8,000

支払いPayment

登録確認のメールが届いたら、参加費をお支払いください。参加費の支払いには以下の郵便振替口座をお使いください。After you receive a confirmation e-mail of registration, pay for the Registration Fee via bank transfer to either of the following accounts. If you cannot get assistance from a Japanese friend or colleague, contact the Secretariat (populationecology2017@gmail.com) for assistance.

  1. 郵便局からの振込用口座番号
    口座名:特定非営利活動法人 個体群生態学会 《トクヒ)コタイグンセイタイガッカイ》
    口座番号:14410-44865111
  2. 他金融機関からの振込用口座番号
    ゆうちょ銀行 四四八 店 《ヨンヨンハチ店》
    普通 口座番号:4486511 [corrected on ]

振込は9月29日(金)までにお願いします。それ以降に振り込みをした方は、必ず大会受付の際に振込証明書を持参してください。Make the payment by September 29 (Fri). If the payment is made after that deadline, be sure to bring the receipt to the Meeting.

領収書は大会当日に受付でお渡しします。

登録フォームRegistration form

上記フォームが正しく表示されない場合ここをクリックしてください。Click here if the above form is not displayed correctly.

シンポジウムSymposia

本大会では、以下の4つのシンポジウムを予定しています。We have the following four symposia:
genome imprinting | Ecological Genomics | bio-logging and big data | evolutionary radiation

シンポジウムI(企画者:松浦健二)Symposium I (Organized by K. Matsuura)

10月13日(金)October 13 (Fri) 13:00–15:50

The era of genome imprinting: epigenetic inheritance and a paradigm shift in evolutionary ecology

概要Overview

Evolutionary biology is in a transitional period. The concept of ‘epigenetic inheritance’ provides the keys to many unsolved puzzles in a wide range of biology by circumventing the limitations of genetic inheritance. Recent empirical studies have revealed that the transfer of epigenetic marks from parents to offspring can influence offspring phenotype independently of DNA sequence. Theoretical studies indicate that epigenetic inheritance acts as an important factor in evolution and that can engender outcomes unanticipated under the traditional genetic model. In this symposium, we are going to feature recent theoretical and empirical studies on epigenetic inheritance, especially on genomic imprinting, and discuss the importance of recognizing and understanding epigenetic inheritance for evolutionary ecology and other relevant fields.

S1-1: Yoh Iwasa (Kyushu Univ., Japan)
13:10–13:50
Genomic imprinting in mammals: success and failure of conflict theory
S1-2: Sergey Gavrilets (Univ. Tennessee, Knoxville, USA)
13:50–14:30
Sexually antagonistic epigenetic marks and canalization of sexual development
S1-3: Hidetoshi Saze (Okinawa Inst. Sci. Technol. Grad. Univ., Japan)
14:30–15:10
Epigenetic regulation of genes and transposable elements in plants
S1-4: Kenji Matsuura (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
15:10–15:40
Genomic imprinting and the evolution of caste determination system in termites

シンポジウムII(企画者:佐竹暁子、石川麻乃)Symposium II (Organized by A. Satake & A. Ishikawa)

10月14日(土)October 14 (Sat) 09:30–12:20

Ecological Genomics and Population Ecology

概要Overview

Progress in the field of Ecological Genomics has contributed to draw the history of evolutionary alterations of genetic architecture for environmental responses in plant and animals inhabiting geographically diverse environments. This symposium will feature the recent and exciting progresses in this young field of research in diverse organisms. How the interaction of the environment and the gnome is shaping ecological speciation and parallel divergence in fish and leaf beetles and how plants respond to seasonal environmental change and their genotypes influence microbe communities will be presented. We will discuss the usefulness of this trans-disciplinary approach to impart a new perspective to old and challenging ecological and evolutionary questions.

S2-1: Mark Ravinet (Univ. Oslo, Norway)
09:35–10:05
The evolution of human-commensalism in Eurasian Passer sparrows
S2-2: Asano Ishikawa (Natl. Inst. Genet., Japan)
10:05–10:30
A key role for an omega-3 fatty acid desaturase gene in stickleback freshwater colonization
S2-3: Scott P. Egan (Rice Univ., USA)
10:30–11:00
Ecological speciation among herbivorous insect populations
S2-4: Thomas Mitchell-Olds (Duke Univ., USA)
11:00–11:30
Biotic and abiotic influences on balancing selection in nature
S2-5: Akiko Satake (Kyushu Univ., Japan)
11:30–11:55
Coordinated timing of gene expression in response to seasonal environmental change in tree
P54: Shinnnosuke Kagiya (Hokkaido Univ., Japan)
11:55–12:15
Spatial mosaic of G × G interactions in trees-bacteria mutualisms: does the mismatch between genetic variation in hosts and partners act as selection?

シンポジウムIII(企画者:粕谷英一ほか)Symposium III (Organized by E. Kasuya & colleagues)

10月14日(土)October 14 (Sat) 14:30–17:20

Bio-logging and big data: automated simultaneous tracking of many individuals and its impact on field ecology

概要Overview

Many of unsolved questions in ecology can be answered if spatial positions of animal individuals that comprise a population or other types of groups are recorded continuously in the field. The continuous recording of the position of individuals in the field also help to tackle themes that have not been studied because of difficulty of obtaining relevant data in the field. The continuous recording in the field, however, has been “a dream of field ecologists” in most cases. Recent advances of technology, including sensor arrays for sound or visual image and miniature radio frequency tags (RFID), begin to enable the continuous recording of the position of individuals in the field. These techniques provide a huge quantity of data including simultaneous and continuous recording of spatial positions of many individuals at the short interval of time. Identities of the individuals can be recognized in these data. The data will readily show the personality of individuals, interactions among them, and their consequences at the level of populations. Possible impacts of applications of these techniques in ecology in the field will be discussed.

S3-1: Eiiti Kasuya (Kyushu Univ., Japan)
14:30–14:45
Introduction: impact of recent advances in technology on ecology in the field
S3-2: Shizuko Hiryu (Doshisha Univ., Japan)
14:45–15:30
Tracking of 3D flight paths and ultrasounds—Laboratory and field studies on acoustic navigation of bats
S3-3: Henrik Baktoft (Tech. Univ. Denmark, Denmark)
15:40–16:30
Fish telemetry and big data—applications, challenges and prospects
S3-4: Fumiaki F. Nomano (SOKENDAIGrad. Univ. Adv. Stud., Japan)
16:30–17:15
Decoding animal society at the central place: a case study in a cooperative breeder

シンポジウムIV(企画者:松林圭、山口諒)Symposium IV (Organized by K. Matsubayashi & R. Yamaguchi)

10月15日(日)October 15 (Sun) 09:30–12:30

Is adaptation a harsh mistress of diversity?—adaptive and non-adaptive causes of radiation

概要Overview

Biological diversification sometimes includes a pattern of rapid lineage splitting. This ‘radiation’ is an arena to generate novel species, and further phylogenetic cluster. Radiation accompanied with ecological diversification, so called ‘adaptive radiation’ has been a central issue in evolutionary biology. In the symposium, speakers provide various evidences of adaptive and non-adaptive radiations from theoretical and empirical studies, especially focusing on the ecological and genetic mechanisms. Finally, we will argue about the delimitation of the mechanism of adaptive radiation against non-adaptive radiation, which provides novel insight into rapid and complicated biological diversification.

S4-1: Ryo Yamaguchi (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Japan)
09:40–10:10
Mathematical modeling of an evolutionary radiation and its patterns caused by non-adaptive processes
S4-2: Kohtaro Kagawa (Univ. Bern, Switzerland)
10:10–10:40
Theoretical studies of adaptive radiation caused through hybridization
S4-3: Joana Meier (Univ. Bern & EAWAG, Switzerland)
10:40–11:10
Adaptive radiation fueled by hybridization—Genomic insights from Lake Victoria cichlid fishes
S4-4: Satoshi Chiba (Tohoku Univ., Japan)
11:10–11:40
Adaptive and non-adaptive radiation in island snails
S4-5: Kei Matsubayashi (Kyushu Univ., Japan)
11:40–12:10
Adaptive radiation and evolution of isolation barriers caused by specialization to different host plants in a phytophagous ladybird beetle

個体群生態学会奨励賞Population Ecology Young Scientist Award

受賞者Recipient

小林 和也(京都大学)Kazuya Kobayashi (Kyoto University, Japan)

受賞講演Award Lecture

10月13日(金)October 13 (Fri) 17:40–18:30

Sex as a maintenance mechanism of biodiversity

要旨Abstract

Biodiversity has long been a source of wonder and scientific curiosity. Thus, determining the factors that sustain biodiversity is one of the core challenges of ecology. Here I show that the mating competition can be the key to maintaining biodiversity. Under high density condition, natural selection favors traits that increases mating success even at the expense of population growth rate. At low density, such negative effect on the growth rate is mitigated due to less competition over mating. This negative density-dependent effect on the growth rate allows co-occurrence of competitive species. Models incorporating this mechanism demonstrate that hundreds of species can co-occur over 10,000 generations, and reproduces the species rank abundance distributions observed in nature.

一般講演(ポスター発表)Poster presentation

一般講演はポスター発表のみとし、会員から下記要領で公募します。All contributed talks are submitted for poster presentations from members.

シンポジウムIIでは、応募されたポスター発表からショートトークとして口頭発表を選ぶ可能性があります。The symposium II may choose several poster presentations as short oral presentation. ※P54(Kagiya & Utsumi)が選ばれました。[] P54 (Kagiya & Utsumi) was chosen.

ポスターセッション1(奇数番号)Poster session 1 (odd numbered posters)

10月14日(土)October 14 (Sat) 12:30–14:20

ポスターセッション2(偶数番号)Poster session 2 (even numbered posters)

10月15日(日)October 15 (Sun) 12:30–14:30

ポスター発表募集要項Submission information

  1. 外国人参加者が多いため、ポスターは英語もしくは日英併記で作成してください。Please prepare your poster in English.
  2. 申込み締切り:2017年8月15日8月28日正午Deadline for registration: August 15August 28
    ただし既定応募数に到達次第、締切らせていただきます。The deadline may be earlier than the above date if the number of applications reaches its maximum. ※ポスター応募数が上限に達したため、募集を締め切りました。[] The number of applications has reached its maximum.
  3. 要旨は英語で800文字以内(スペースを含む)でご記入ください。Please type your abstract in English less than 800 letters including space.
  4. ポスターボードのサイズは横90cm×縦210cm(画鋲可、両面テープ不可)です。Poster boards will be 90 cm wide and 210 cm high.
  5. ポスターボードは14日(土)の9:00までに準備されます。ポスターは14日の9:30までに貼ってください。また15日(日)の14:30には取り外してください。Poster boards will be ready before 9:00 of the 14th (Sat). Poster presenters should display their posters before 9:30 on the 14th, and remove them by 14:30 on the 15th (Sun).

ポスター一覧List of posters

P01: Yoshitaka Tsubaki
Evolution of male mate choice for conspecific females in Mnais damselflies
P02: Kunio Takatsu
Tadpoles intensify cannibalism of future predator, but this means the coming of predation threat
P03: Haruka Osaki
Mutual wing eating in the mating pair of the subsocial wood-feeding cockroach: Conditions where they accept or refuse attempts of the wing eating by the partner
P04: Toma Tatsumi
Comparison of echolocation behavior of two bat species, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum Nippon and Miniopterus fuliginosus, while flying with conspecifics
P05: Miyuki Mashiko
Night Heron rises: resolving conflicts between residents and heron coloniesin urban areas
P06: Nobuaki Mizumoto
Searching strategy when a mating pair gets separated in termites
P07: Takashi Kuriwada
Same-sex sexual behavior mitigates male–male competition in the field cricket
P08: Haruna Fujioka
Automatic tracking reveals temporal organization in ant colony
P09: Takara Miyamoto
Path control of group flying bats for collision avoidance
P10: Tetsuro Konishi
Quantitative observation of numbers of flashings by fireflies Luciola parvula
P11: Yukihiko Toquenaga
Minimalized Boids: Can bird-brained organisms swarm together?
P12: Yuka Shirokawa
Irreversibility of social organization arises from cooperation cost in the social amoeba
P13: Takahiro Asami
Sinistral snails warn a predator snake
P14: Yoshito Suzuki
Evolution of sexual difference in the induction of pupal diapause in temperate flesh flies
P15: Sachi Yamaguchi
Advantage for the sex changer who retains the gonad of the nonfunctional sex
P16: Gaku Takimoto
Flower constancy by pollinators drives ecological speciation of flowering plants
P17: Hayato Kato
Stability analysis of ratio-dependent community dynamic model of Batesian mimicry
P18: Yutaka Okuzaki
Predator character divergence driven by prey diversity under character release
P19: Takahisa Miyatake
Loss of circadian rhythm in population of Tribolium castaneum reared long-term
P20: Kengo Nagata
Do pathogens promote invasion of alien species?
P21: Motohide Seki
Population genetic model on three alleles at the same locus on X-chromosome for the colour vision polymorphism in the New World monkeys
P22: Teruyoshi Nagamitsu
Genetic structure and potential environmental determinants of local genetic diversity in Japanese honeybees (Apis cerana japonica)
P23: Ryohei Sugahara
The genetic causes for albinisms in the migratory and desert locusts
P24: Kiyohito Morii
Extinction driven by reproductive interference between native species in field—a case study of two spined loaches
P25: Daisuque Kitano
Reproductive interference can explain host plant partitioning on two oriental fruit flies
P26: Michio Kondoh
The application of eDNA technique for the monitoring of marine fish species
P27: Junnosuke Horita
The density dependent suppression of juvenile growth may destabilize the population under status-dependent strategy
P28: Shoko Morimoto
The relationship between seasonal migration and subpopulation structure of the sika deer population in Hokkaido
P29: Masakazu Shimada
Analyzing elasticity of Leslie matrix with phenotypic plasticity in the parasitic wasp, Anisopteromalus quinarius
P30: Takashi Saitoh
Conditions of the prevailing slope (1 < b < 2) in the temporal Taylor's law
P31: Arisa Fujiwara
Variation of the upper molar form that is a morphological identification feature for Myodes rex and Myodes rufocanus
P32: Iori Tanio
How each life history parameter affects demography and elasticity in tree- and ground-squirrel populations
P33: Tomohisa Fujii
Does the development of insecticide resistance affect the virulence to resistant rice varieties in the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens?
P34: Yusuke Ikegawa
Is global eradication of the pest possible if sterile insects are locally released? An individual-based model
P35: Hiroyuki Yokomizo
Comparative demography of invasive and native plant populations based on inter-stage flows of individuals
P36: Takehiko Yamanaka
TomboWatch! Entertainment web based gaming system for the dragonfly survey as a tool of citizen's science
P37: Hiroyuki Hirayama
Management of Japanese macaque using Bayesian inference and Monte Carlo simulation
P38: Hiroyuki Matsuda
Impact of avian collisions caused by wind farms on the population variability of golden eagles
P39: Narumi Oyake
Why do we overlook the threat of invasive species? Comparison of tractability to toxic prey toads between original and novel predators
P40: Shin Fukui
Invasive clonal plants population management by spatial arrangements of competitors
P41: Kazutaka Kawatsu
Empirical dynamic modelling revealed the area-wide herbivore-induced interaction between the two rice planthoppers
P42: Yuki Kanamori
Dynamic linkages between consumer and resource assemblages in rocky intertidal shore
P43: Hiroto Ueno
Community dynamics of stag beetle in lowland tropical rainforests in Borneo
P44: Jun-Ya Ide
Do grasshoppers dislike red leaves because they cannot see red color?
P45: Naoto Shinohara
Different effects of land use change on mutualistic and antagonistic interaction networks
P46: Keiichi Fukaya
Estimating geographic structure of species abundance from repeated detection–nondetection observations
P47: Yuuya Tachiki
Understanding ecosystem using Virtual ECOSYSTEM
P48: Naoya Mitani
Population cycles driven by hybrid effect of multiple interaction types
P49: Masahiro Honjo
Adapting mechanism of bacterial ecosystem to disturbance
P50: Kenshi Suzuki
Bacterial coexistence is determined by initial substrate-user under competitive conditions
P51: Shigeto Dobata
Relaxed selection against mutational load in social insect workers facilitates the evolution of their sterility
P52: Takahiro Sakamoto
Divergence of male sexual ornaments and female mate preference in speciation driven by joint action of natural and sexual selection
P53: Naoto Idogawa
Superorganismal adaptation explored in the nest size of clonal ants
P54: Shinnosuke Kagiya
Spatial mosaic of G × G interactions in trees-bacteria mutualisms: does the mismatch between genetic variation in hosts and partners act as selection?

会場案内Venues

シンポジウム・受賞講演・一般講演Conference

会場:Venue: 九州大学 西新プラザNishijin Plaza, Kyushu University

〒814-0002 福岡県福岡市早良区西新2-16-232-16-23 Nishijin, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka 814-0002 Japan

交通アクセスAccess

*福岡空港から地下鉄「姪浜」行き乗車 約20分
*JR博多駅から地下鉄「姪浜」行き乗車 約15分
 →いずれも「西新」駅下車、7番出口より徒歩約10分
Ten minutes by walk from Exit #7 of Nishijin subway station.

懇親会Banquet

会場:Place: ピエトロ セントラーレPietro Centrale

〒810-0001 福岡県福岡市中央区天神3-4-5 ピエトロビル1FPietro Building 1F, 3-4-5 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka 810-0001 Japan

交通アクセスAccess

*地下鉄天神駅北口から徒歩3分
(地下鉄天神駅下車後、フタタビル付近の地下街出口を上がり、昭和通りを大濠公園方面へ)
* Three minutes by walk from the north gate of Tenjin subway station

お問い合わせContact

大会に関するお問い合わせは、第33回個体群生態学会大会事務局までメールにてお願いします。If you have questions about the meeting, please contact by e-mail.

populationecology2017@gmail.com

個体群生態学会についてのお問い合わせは、学会ウェブサイトよりお願いします。Please contact us from the website.

個体群生態学会The Society of Population Ecology

更新情報What's new

2017/10/22
要旨集」最終版を公開しました。Program” final version released.
2017/09/20
要旨集」を公開しました。Program” released.
2017/09/01
要旨集」暫定版を更新しました。Program” tentative version updated.
シンポジウムII」のショートトークが決定しました。Symposium II” short presentation chosen.
学会賞」セクションを公開しました。Award” section released.
シンポジウム」各講演の演題を掲載しました。Symposia” presentation titles uploaded.
ポスター一覧」を掲載しました。List of posters” uploaded.
2017/08/28
要旨集」暫定版を公開しました。Program” a tentative version released.
ポスター発表」の募集を締切りました。Presentations” registration closed.
2017/08/21
ポスター発表」の追加募集は既定応募数に到達次第、締切らせていただきます。Presentations” The deadline may be earlier if the number of applications reaches its maximum.
2017/08/16
参加・発表申込み」早割期限と「ポスター発表」登録締切を8月28日正午に延長しました。Registration” early-bird deadline & “Presentations” registration deadline extended to Aug 28.
2017/07/04
支払い」を訂正しました。Payment” corrected.
2017/06/30
大会ウェブサイトを公開しました。Website open!

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