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  Kouji Yasuyama
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■ Present specialized field
Morphology and anatomical structure, Animal physiological chemistry, physiology and behavioral biology 
■ Journal
1. 2018/09 Putative Neural Network Within an Olfactory Sensory Unit for Nestmate and Non-nestmate Discrimination in the Japanese Carpenter Ant: The Ultra-structures and Mathematical Simulation.  Link
2. 2018/01 Anatomical characterization of PDF-tri neurons and peptidergic neurons associated with eclosion behavior in Drosophila
3. 2015/05 Neuroanatomy of pars intercerebralis neurons with special reference to their connections with neurons immunoreactive for pigment-dispersing factor in the blow fly Protophormia terraenovae (DOI 10.1007/s00441-015-2192-x) 
4. 2015/09 Ultrastructure of the first optic neuropil, the lamina in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster 
5. 2012/01 Visual and olfactory input segregation in the mushroom body calyces in a basal neopteran, the American cockroach. 
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■ Presentation
1. 2017/11/03 Localization of innexin in the antennae of the Japanese carpenter ant, Camponotus japonicus, and its involvement in the specific functions of dendritic network for the chemosensory system of nestmate-nonnestmate discrimination.  
2. 2016/12/03 A ghost leg-like 3D network of the dendritic processes of 100 receptor neurons in the nestmate-nonnestmate discriminating sensillun of the Japanese carpenter ant, Camponotus japonicus.  
3. 2016/06/05 Ultrastructure of the olfactory sensory unit consisting of 100 receptor neurons for nestmate-nonnestmate discrimination in Camponotus japonicus.  
4. 2015/03/19 Timing of the peptide-orchestrated eclosion behavior in Drosophila  
5. 2015/09/10 Timing of the peptide-orchestrated eclosion behaviour in Drosophila  
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■ Belonging society
1. 1979/04~ Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry
2. 1979/04~ Zoological Society of Japan
3. 2001/03~ International Society for Neuroethology