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Naohisa Wada Albums
Position:
Postdoctoral Fellow
e-mail:
naohisa0308.nw'at'gmail.com
Country:
Japan
Study Area:
Symbiotic bacteria in marine organisms
Journal and Review Papers:
  • Tandon K, Lu C-Y, Chiang P-W, Wada N, Yang S-H, Chan Y-F, Chen P-Y, Chang H-Y, Chiou Y-J, Chou M-S, Chen W-M, Tang S-L (2020) Comparative genomics: Dominant coral-bacterium Endozoicomonas acroporae metabolizes dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP). The ISME Journal 1–14

  • Yang S-H, Tandon K, Lu C-Y, Wada N, Shih C-J, Hsiao SS-Y, Jane W-N, Lee T-C, Yang C-M, Liu C-T, Denis V, Wu Y-T, Wang L-T, Huang L, Lee D-C, Wu Y-W, Yamashiro H, Tang S-L (2019) Metagenomic, phylogenetic, and functional characterization of predominant endolithic green sulfur bacteria in the coral Isopora palifera. Microbiome 7:3

  • Wada N, Ishimochi M, Matsui T, Pollock FJ, Tang S-L, Ainsworth TD, Willis BL, Mano N, Bourne DG (2019) Characterization of coral-associated microbial aggregates (CAMAs) within tissues of the coral Acropora hyacinthus. Sci Rep 9:1–13. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-49651-7

  • Nishiguchi S, Wada N, Yamashiro H, Ishibashi H, Takeuchi I. (2018) Continuous recordings of the coral bleaching process on Sesoko Island, Okinawa, Japan, over about 50 days using an underwater camera equipped with a lens wiper. Mar Pollut Bull, Elsevier, 131, PartA:pp422–427

  • Wada N, Ohdera A, Mano N. (2018) Coral disease in Japan. In: Iguchi A, Hongo C (eds). Coral reef studies of Japan. Springer Singapore, pp41-62

  • Wada N., Mano N., Yanagisawa Y., Mori T., (2017) Occurrence of coral diseases in Akajima, Okinawa, Japan in 2010 and 2011. GALAXEA, 19: pp35-44

  • Pollock FJ, Wada N, Torda G, Willis BL, Bourne DG (2017) White Syndrome-Affected Corals Have a Distinct Microbiome at Disease Lesion Fronts. Appl Environ Microbiol 83:e02799-16

  • Wada N, Pollock FJ, Willis BL, Ainsworth T, Mano N, Bourne DG (2016) In situ visualization of bacterial populations in coral tissues: pitfalls and solutions. PeerJ 4:e2424

  • Wada N, Kawamoto T, Sato Y, Mano N (2016) A novel application of a cryosectioning technique to undecalcified coral specimens. Mar Biol 163:117

  • Iwao K, Wada N, Ohdera A, Omori M (2014) How many donor colonies should be cross-fertilized for nursery farming of sexually propagated corals? Natural Resources 5:521–526

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