Original Papers- SUZUKI Noritoshi -
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21.Relationships Between Aquatic Protists and Humans.[Marine Protists:Diversity and Dynamics, Springer, Tokyo,(2015),621-637]Susumu Ohtsuka, Toshinobu Suzaki, Noritoshi Suzuki, Takeo Horiguchi, Kengo Suzuki
22.Oldest Fossil Records of Marine Protists and the Geologic History Toward the Establishment of the Modern-Type Marine Protist World.[Marine Protists:Diversity and Dynamics, Springer, Tokyo,(2015),359-394]Noritoshi Suzuki, Masahiro Oba
23.Phaeodaria: Diverse Marine Cercozoans of World-Wide Distribution.[Marine Protists:Diversity and Dynamics, Springer, Tokyo,(2015),223-249]Yasuhide Nakamura, Noritoshi Suzuki
24.An evaluated list of Cenozic-Recent radiolarian species names (Polycystinea), based on those used in the DSDP, ODP and IODP deep-sea drilling programs.[Zootaxa,3999(3),(2015),301-333]David Lazarus, Noritoshi Suzuki, Jean-Pierre Caulet, Catherine Nigrini, Irina Goll, Robert Goll, Jane K Dolven, Patrick Diver, Annika Sanfilippo
25.海洋に広く分布する浮遊性原生生物,フェオダリア類の生物学(総説).[Biology of widely distributed marine protists, Phaeodaria (Rhizaria, Cercozoa),62(2),(2015),110-122]Yasuhida Nakamura, Noritoshi Suzuki
26.Towards an Integrative Morpho-molecular Classification of the Collodaria (Polycystinea, Radiolaria).[Protist,166(3),(2015),374-388]Tristan Biard, Loïc Pillet, Johan Decelle, Camille Poirier, Noritoshi Suzuki, Fabrice Not
27.Molecular phylogeny of the widely distributed marine Protists, Phaeodaria (Rhizaria, Cercozoa).[Protist,166(3),(2015),363-373]Yasuhide Nakamura, Ichiro Imai, Atsushi Yamaguchi, Akira Tuji, Noritoshi Suzuki
28.Early to Middle Pleistocene paleoceanographic history of southern Japan based on radiolarian data from IODP Exp. 314/315 Sites C0001 and C0002.[Marine Micropaleontology,118,(2015),17-33]Kenji M Matsuzaki, Noritoshi Suzuki, Hiroshi Nishi, Hiroki Hayashi, Babu R Gyawali, Reishi Takashima, Minoru Ikehara
29.Middle to Upper Pleistocene polycystine radiolarians from Hole 902-C9001C, northwestern Pacific.[Paleontological Research,19(supplement),(2015),1-77]Matsuzaki K, Suzuki N, Nishi H
30.A geochemical constraint on the formation process of a manganese carbonate nodule in the siliceous mudstone of the Jurassic accretionary complex in the Mino Belt, Japan.[Journal of Asian Earth Sciences,96,(2014),59-68]Ryoichi Nakada, Satoshi Takahashi, Noritoshi Suzuki, Kazuhiro Ogawa, Yoshio Takahashi
31.Middle to Late Pleistocene radiolarian biostratigraphy in the water-mixed region of the Kuroshio and Oyashio currents, northeastern margin of Japan (JAMSTEC Hole 902-C9001C).[Journal of Micropalaeontology,30(2),(2014),205-222]Kenji M Matsuzaki, Noritoshi Suzuki, Hiroshi Nishi, Reishi Takashima, Yumiko Kawate, Toyosaburo Sakai
32.Pseudopodial silica absorption hypothesis (PSA hypothesis): A new function of pseudopodia in living radiolarian polycystine cells.[Journal of Micropalaeontology,33(2),(2014),143-148]Kaoru Ogane, Noritoshi Suzuki, Akihiro Tuji, Rie S Hori
33.Middle Miocene radiolarians from the fragments of "Sueki" ancient pottery: Probable stratigraphic origin of their clay.[Earth Science,68(3),(2014),109-114]松岡喜久次, 鈴木紀毅
34.Radiolarian biostratigraphic scheme and stable oxygen isotope stratigraphy in southern Japan (IODP Expedition 315 Site C0001).[Newsletters on Stratigraphy,47(1),(2014),107-130]Kenji M Matsuzaki, Hiroshi Nishi, Hiroki Hayashi, Noritoshi Suzuki, Babu R Gyawali, Minoru Ikehara, Takuyuki Tanaka, Reishi Takashima
35.Guadalupian–Lopingian conodont and carbon isotope stratigraphies of a deep chert sequence in Japan.[Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,403,(2014),16-29]Yuichiro Nishikane, Kunio Kaiho, Charles M Henderson, Satoshi Takahashi, Noritoshi Suzuki
36.Brandtodinium gen. nov. and B. nutriculum comb. nov.(Dinophyceae), a dinoflagellate commonly found in symbiosis with polycystine radiolarians.[Journal of Phycology,50,(2014),388-399]Ian Probert, Raffaele Siano, Camille Poirier, Johan Decelle, Tristan Biard, Akihiro Tuji, Noritoshi Suzuki, Fabrice Not
37.Late Triassic compositional changes of aeolian dusts in the pelagic Panthalassa: Response to the continental climatic change.[Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,39,(2014),61-75]R Nakada, K Ogawa, N Suzuki, S Takahashi, Y Takahashi
38.Paleoceanographic history of the Northwest Pacific Ocean over the past 740 kyr, discerned from radiolarian fauna.[Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,396,(2014),26-40]Kenji M Matsuzaki, Hiroshi Nishi, Noritoshi Suzuki, Giuseppe Cortese, Frederique Eynaud, Reishi Takashima, Yumiko Kawate, Toyosaburo Sakai
39.Cycladophora davisiana abundances as a paleoceanographic and stratigraphic tool in high latitude siliciceous sediments.[Marine Micropaleontology,106,(2014),1-9]enji M Matsuzaki, Hiroshi Nishi, Noritoshi Suzuki, Yumiko Kawate, Reishi Takashima, Toyosaburo Sakai
40.Aulographis japonica sp. nov. (Phaeodaria, Aulacanthida, Aulacanthidae), an abundant zooplankton in the deep sea of the Sea of Japan.[Plankton & Benthos Research,8(3),(2013),107-115]Nakamura, Y., Imai, I., Yamaguchi, A., Tuji, A. and Suzuki, N.
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