Instituut voor Theoretische Biologie te Leiden: publikaties 1992
Instituut voor Theoretische Biologie te Leiden

Publikaties 1992


  1. Batenburg, F.H.D. van, V.Bos, J.J.M. Riethoven, J.P. Abrahams & C. Pley. Porting and optimising star; A case study of suffering and surfacing. APL Quote Quad 23 (1992) 265-274.
  2. Bosch, F. van den, R. Hengeveld & J.A.J. Metz. Analysing the velocity of animal expansion. Journal of Biogeography 19 (1992): 135-150.
  3. Haccou, P. & W.J. van der Steen. Methodological problems in evolutionary biology. IX: The testability of optimal foraging theory. Acta Biotheoretica 40 (1992): 285-295.
  4. Heijtmans, R.B., P. Haccou, & J.J.M. van Alphen. Egg supply, clutch size and survival probability in Aprostocetus hagenowii (Ratz) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), a gregarious parasitoid of cockroach ootheca. Expt. & Appl. Entomol. Proc. of the Netherlands Entomological Society 3 (1992): 62-69.
  5. Jansen, V.A.A. & M.W. Sabelis. Prey dispersal and predator persistence. Exp. & Appl. Acarology 14 (1992): 215-231.
  6. Jong, & O. Diekmann. A method to calculate - for computer-simulated infections the threshold value, R0, that predicts whether or not the infection will spread. Prev. Vet. Med. 12 (1992): 269-285.
  7. Klinkhamer, P.G.L., E. Meelis, T.J. de Jong & J. Weiner. On the analysis of size-dependent reproductive output in plants. Functional Ecology 6 (1992): 308-316.
  8. Kuhn, D.T., M. Sawyer, G. Packert, G. Turenchalk, J.A. Mack, Th.E. Sprey, E. Gustavson & T.B. Kornberg. Development of the D. melanogaster candal segments involves suppression of the ventral regions of A8, A9 and A10. Development 116 (1992): 11-20.
  9. Kuhn,D.T., M. Sawyer, J. Ventimiglia & Th.E. Sprey. Cuticle morphology changes with each larval molt in D. melanogaster. Dros. Inf. Service 71 (1992): 218-222.
  10. Marinissen, J..C.Y. & F. van den Bosch.Colonization of new habitats by earthworms. Oecologia 91 (1992): 371-376.
  11. Metz, J.A.J., R.M. Nisbet & S.A.H. Geritz. How should we define "fitness" for general ecological scenarios? Tree 7 (1992): 198-202.
  12. Roos,, O. Diekmann & J.A.J. Metz. Studying the dynamics of structured population models: a versatile technique and its application to Daphnia. Am. Nat. (1992): 123-147.
  13. Verhoog, H. Boekbespreking C. Enzing & S. Otto: Octrooiering van genetisch gemodificeerde dieren. Filosofie & Praktijk 13 (1992): 40-43.
  14. Verhoog, H. Prirodoveda a zvirata. (Tsjechische vertaling van `The scientific perception of animals as objects'. Vesmir 3/71 (1992): 145-147.
  15. Verhoog, H. The concept of intrinsic value and transgenic animals. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 5 (1992): 147-160.
  16. Wemelsfelder, F. Randvoorwaarden voor de huisvesting van proefdieren. Biotechniek 31 (1992): 91-94.
  17. Zhang, S.-Y., P. Baas & M. Zandee. Wood structure of the Rosaceae in relation to ecology, habit and phenology. IWA Bulletin n.s. 13 (1992): 307-349.

Books and book chapters

  1. Haccou, P. & E. Meelis. Statistical Analysis of Behavioural Data. Oxford, Oxford University Press (1992) 416p.
  2. Metz, J.A.J. & A.M. de Roos. The role of physiologically structured population models within a general individual-based modeling perspective. In: D.L. DeAngelis & L.J. Gross, eds. Individual-based models and approaches in ecology. (1992) Routledge, Chapman & Hall. p. 88-111.
  3. Roskam, J.C. & M. Zandee. Phylogenetic analysis of quantitative and qualitative characters of gall-inducing midges and the historical relation to their hosts: Dasineura (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) on Rosaceae and monocots. In: J.T. Sorensen & R. Foottit, Eds., Ordination in the study of morphology,evolution and systematics of insects: Applications and quantitative genetic rationals. Elsevier, Amsterdam, London, New York, Tokyo. (1992) 325-347.
  4. Zijll Langhout, B.W.van & Th.E. Sprey. Distribution of NAD-dependent aldehyde dehydrogenase activity in the imaginal disks of Drosophila melanogaster. In: Enzyme distribution patterns in Drosophila. Chapter 6. (1992) 73-80.
  5. Verhoog, H. Ethics and genetic engineering of animals. In: A.W. Musschenga e.a. (eds.), Morality, world view, and law. Assen, Van Gorcum (1992) 267-278.

Conference proceedings

  1. Marrow, P., R. Law & C. Cannings. The coevolution of predator-prey interactions: ESSs and Red Queen dynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, Series B 250 (1992): 133-141.


  1. Diekmann, O. An invitation to structured (meta)population models. To appear in: Patch Dynamics (S.A. Levin, T. Powell and J. Steelke, eds.), Springer Verlag, Berlin. Report AM-R9113 CWI, Amsterdam (1992) 13p.
  2. Diekmann, O., M. Gyllenberg, J.A.J. Metz & H.R. Thieme. The 'cumulative' formulation of (physiologically) structured population models. To appear in: the Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop-Conference on Evolution Equations, Control Theory and Biomathematics, Han-sur-Lesse, Marcel Dekker. Report AM-R9205CWI, Amsterdam (1992) 9p.
  3. Greiner, G., J.A.P. Heesterbeek & J.A.J. Metz. A singular perturbation theorem for evolution equations and time-scale arguments for structured population models. Report AM-R9201 CWI, Amsterdam (1992) 16p.
  4. Heesterbeek, J.A.P. & J.A.J. Metz. The saturating contact rate in marriage- and epidemic models. Report AM-R9203 CWI, Amsterdam (1992) 11p.
  5. Meelis, E. Steekproef voor landelijk meetnet Verdroging. Rapport Instituut voor Theoretische Biologie, Leiden (1992) 8p.
  6. Verhoog, H. Ethical considerations on automation in livestock farming. In: Animal Welfare and Computer-directed Livestock Farming. 12th Report of the Study Committee on Intensive Farming, Dutch Society for the Protection of Animals. (1992): 18-25.


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