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[21] Hayashi, Y., Wada, S., Seto, M., and Adachi, Y. (2023) Cohesive bond strength of marine aggregates and its role in fragmentation, Frontiers in Marine Science, 10:1167169.

[20] Seto, M. and Kondoh, M. (accepted) Microbial redox cycling enhances ecosystem thermodynamic efficiency and productivity, Ecology Letters

[19] Seto, M., Harvey, B. P., Wada, S., and Agostini, S. (2023) Potential ecosystem regime shift resulting from elevated CO2 and inhibition of macroalgal recruitment by turf algae, Theoretical Ecology, 16, 1 – 12

[18] Seto, M. and Iwasa, Y. (2020) How thermodynamics illuminates population interactions in microbial communities, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 8, 425.

[17] Seto, M. and Iwasa, Y. (2020) Microbial material cycling, energetic constraints and ecosystem expansion in subsurface ecosystems, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 287(1931), 20200610

[16] Seto, M. and Iwasa, Y. (2019) The fitness of chemotrophs increases when their catabolic by-products are consumed by other species, Ecology Letters, 22 (12), 1994 - 2005

[15] Seto, M., Noguchi, K., and Van Cappellen, P. (2019) Potential for aerobic methanotrophic metabolism on Mars, Astrobiology, 19 (10), 1187 - 1195

[14] Seto, M. and Iwasa, Y. (2019) Population dynamics of chemotrophs in anaerobic conditions where the metabolic energy acquisition per redox reaction is limited, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 467, 164 - 173

[13] Seto, M., Uriu, K., Kawaguchi, I., and Yokomizo, H. (2018) Assessment of instructions on protection against food contaminated with radiocesium in Japan in 2011, Risk Analysis, 38, 6, 1154 - 1168

[12] Sasaki, T., Furukawa, T., Iwasaki, Y., Seto, M., and Mori, A. S. (2015) Perspectives for ecosystem management based on ecosystem resilience and ecological thresholds against multiple and stochastic disturbances, Ecological Indicators, Ecological Indicators, 57, 395 - 408

[11] Seto, M. and Uriu, K. (2015) Sample size allocation for food item radiation monitoring and safety inspection, Risk Analysis, 35, 3, 409 - 422.

[10] Seto, M. (2014) The Gibbs free energy threshold for the invasion of a microbial population under kinetic constraints, Geomicrobiology Journal, 31, 8, 645 - 653

[9] Seto, M., Takamura, N., and Iwasa, Y. (2013) Individual and combined suppressive effects of submerged and floating-leaved macrophytes on algal blooms, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 319, 122-133

[8] Seto, M., Wada, S., and Suzuki, S. (2013) The effect of zinc on aquatic microbial ecosystems and the degradation of dissolved organic matter, Chemosphere, 90(3), 1091 - 1102

[7] Seto, M. and Iwasa, Y. (2011) Regime shift and robustness of organism-created environments: a model for microbial ecosystems, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 269, 297 - 306

[6] Seto, M. and Handoh, I.C. (2009) Mathematical explanation for the hydrophobicity-dependent bioconcentration of persistent organic chemicals in phytoplanktons, Chemosphere, 77(5), 679-686

[5] Seto, M. and Handoh, I.C. (2009) Teasing out the non-linearity in the POPs-phytoplankton bioconcentration processes, Interdisciplinary Studies on Environmental Chemistry Vol. 2 Environmental Research in Asia for Establishing a Scientist’s Network, 11-19

[4] Seto, M. and Akagi, T. (2008) Chemical condition for the appearance of a negative Ce anomaly in stream waters and groundwaters, Geochemical Journal, 42, 371 - 380

[3] Seto, M. and Akagi, T. (2007) Coexistence introducing regulation of environmental conditions, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 247, 267 - 274

[2] Seto, M. and Akagi, T. (2005) Influence of snow on iron release from soil, Geochemical Journal, 39, 173 - 183

[1] Seto, M. and Akagi, T. (2005) Daisyworld inhabited with daisies incorporating a seed size / number trade off: the mechanism of negative feedback on selection from a standpoint of the competition theory, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 234, 167 - 172