Publikationen von Yu Okamura

Zeitschriftenartikel (8)

Okamura, Y.; Sato, A.; Kawaguchi, L.; Nagano, A. J.; Murakami, M.; Vogel, H.; Kroymann, J.: Microevolution of Pieris butterfly genes involved in host plant adaptation along a host plant community cline. Molecular Ecology 31 (11), S. 3083 - 3097 (2022)
Sontowski, R.; Poeschl, Y.; Okamura, Y.; Vogel, H.; Guyomar, C.; Cortesero, A.-M.; van Dam, N. M.: A high-quality functional genome assembly of Delia radicum L. (Diptera: Anthomiidae) annotated from egg to adult. Molecular Ecology 22 (5), S. 1954 - 1971 (2022)
Shin, N. R.; Shin, S.; Okamura, Y.; Kirsch, R.; Lombard, V.; Svacha, P.; Denux, O.; Augustin, S.; Henrissat, B.; McKenna, D. D. et al.; Pauchet, Y.: Larvae of longhorned beetles (Coleoptera; Cerambycidae) have evolved a diverse and phylogenetically conserved array of plant cell wall degrading enzymes. Systematic Entomology 46 (4), S. 784 - 797 (2021)
Steward, R. A.; Okamura, Y.; Boggs, C. L.; Vogel, H.; Wheat, C. W.: The genome of the margined white butterfly (Pieris macdunnoughii): sex chromosome insights and the power of polishing with PoolSeq data. Genome Biology and Evolution 13 (4), evab053 (2021)
Sato, A.; Okamura, Y.; Murakami, M.: Diversification and selection pattern of CYP6B genes in Japanese Papilio butterflies and their association with host plant spectra. PeerJ 8, e10625 (2020)
Okamura, Y.; Sato, A.; Tsuzuki, N.; Murakami, M.; Heidel-Fischer, H. M.; Vogel, H.: Molecular signatures of selection associated with host-plant differences in Pieris butterflies. Molecular Ecology 28 (22), S. 4958 - 4970 (2019)
Okamura, Y.; Sato, A.; Tsuzuki, N.; Sawada, Y.; Hirai, M. Y.; Heidel-Fischer, H. M.; Reichelt, M.; Murakami, M.; Vogel, H.: Differential regulation of host plant adaptive genes in Pieris butterflies exposed to a range of glucosinolate profiles in their host plants. Scientific Reports 9, 7256 (2019)
Okamura, Y.; Tsuzuki, N.; Kuroda, S.; Sato, A.; Sawada, Y.; Hirai, M. Y.; Murakami, M.: Interspecific differences in the larval performance of Pieris butterflies (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) are associated with differences in the glucosinolate profiles of host plants. Journal of Insect Science 19 (3), S. 1 - 9 (2019)
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