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Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights
- K. Yoshino
Tha Author makes an eloquent protest against the hidden prejudices embedded in American civil rights legislation.
The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure
- K. Yoshino
- 13 December 2000
In this article, Professor Kenji Yoshino seeks to explain why the category of bisexuality has been erased in contemporary American political and legal discourse. He first argues that the invisibility…
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- Political ScienceThe Indian medical gazette
- 1 January 1912
Based on a thorough numerical analysis of the spectrum of Harper’s operator, which describes, e.g., an electron on a two-dimensional lattice subjected to a magnetic ﬁeld perpendicular to the lattice…
Wax and wane of Chattonella (Raphidophyceae) bloom with special reference to competition between Skeletonema (Bacillariophyceae) in the Ariake Sea, Japan
- T. Katano, K. Yoshino, T. Matsubara, Yuichi Hayami
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Oceanography
- 15 May 2012
The present study clearly demonstrates that the Chattonella can form dense bloom after the heavy rain, and the seed population awaiting the river discharge is probably essential to the rapid development of Chatt onella in the estuary.
Benthic fauna of the inner part of Ariake Bay: long-term changes in several ecological parameters
We investigated the benthic fauna of the inner part of Ariake Bay in August 2006. We set 45 sampling stations including at 28 mud and 17 sand bottoms in subtidal areas. In each station, sediment…
Food sources of the pearl oyster in coastal ecosystems of Japan: Evidence from diet and stable isotope analysis
MATURITY IN MALE STONE CRAB HAPALOGASTER DENTATA (ANOMURA: LITHODIDAE) AND ITS APPLICATION FOR FISHERY MANAGEMENT
It is suggested that minimum legal size limit for decapod crustaceans should be determined by the functional maturity—actual size to participate in mating—and that the size of functional maturity is useful information for conservation-oriented management.
Effects of shell size fit on the efficacy of mate guarding behaviour in male hermit crabs
- K. Yoshino, M. Ozawa, S. Goshima
- Environmental ScienceJournal of the Marine Biological Association of…
- 23 November 2004
The plasticity in the shell size preference of small males suggests that they compensate for body size disadvantage in mating versus larger rivals and for higher defence ability of female mates versus similar sized rivals.
Observation of anoxic water mass in a tropical reservoir: the Cirata Reservoir in Java, Indonesia
- Yuichi Hayami, K. Ohmori, K. Yoshino, Y. S. Garno
- Environmental Science, GeographyLimnology
- 28 February 2008
We conducted a transect survey of water quality and bottom sediments in a large tropical reservoir, the Cirata Reservoir, located on the Citarum River, West Java, Indonesia. In the main basin of this…