Instituut voor Theoretische Biologie te Leiden

Publikaties 1995

Journals

  1. Batenburg, F.H.D. van. Powerful and easy graphics: a cry for help. APL Quote Quad (1995) 25: 49-56.
  2. Batenburg, F.H.D. van. Powerful and easy graphics: a cry for help. APL-CAM Journal (1995) 17: 61-69.
  3. Batenburg, F.H.D. van Font for the future. Vector (1995) 12: 64-69.
  4. Batenburg, F.H.D. van. APL in the Biology Department of Hanoi University. APL Quote Quad (1995) 25: 7.
  5. Batenburg, F.H.D. van, A.P. Gultyaev & C.W.A. Pleij. An APL-programmed genetic algorithm for the prediction of RNA secondary structure. J. theor. Biol. (1995) 174: 269-280.
  6. Batenburg, F.H.D. van & A. Smith. Report on workshop on portability. Vector (1995) 12: 56-59.
  7. Batenburg, F.H.D. Font for the future. Vector (1995) 12: 64-69.
  8. Bressers, W.M.A., M.R. Kruk, A.M.M. van Erp, D.C. Willekens-Bramer, P. Haccou & E. Meelis. Time structure of self-grooming in the rat: self-facilitation and effects of hypothalamic stimulation and neuropeptides. Behavioral Neurosciences (1995) 109: 955-964.
  9. Bressers, W.M.A., M.R. Kruk, A.M.M. van Erp, D.C. Willekens-Bramer, P. Haccou & E. Meelis. A time-structured analysis of hypothalamically induced increases in self-grooming and activity in the rat. Behavioural Neurosciences (1995) 109: 1158-1171.
  10. Briggs, C.J., R.M. Nisbet, W.W. Murdoch, T.R. Collier & J.A.J. Metz. Dynamical effects of host-feeding in parasitoids. Journal of Animal Ecology (1995) 64: 403-416.
  11. Diekmann, O., M.C.M. de Jong, A.A. de Koeijer & P. Reijnders. The force of infection in populations of varying size: a modelling problem. J. Biol. Syst. (1995) 3: 519-529.
  12. Diekmann, O., S.A. van Gils, S.M. Verduyn Lunel, H.-O. Walter. Delay equations: functional-, complex- and nonlinear analysis. Applied Mathematical Sciences Volume 110, New York, Springer.
  13. Diekmann, O., M. Gyllenberg & H.R. Thieme. Perturbing evolutionary systems by step responses and cumulative outputs. Differential and Integral Equations (1995) 8: 1205-1244.
  14. Geritz, S.A.H. Evolutionarily stable seed polymorphism and small-scale spatial variation in seedling density. The American Naturalist (1995) 146: 685-707.
  15. Gultyaev, A.P., F.H.D. Van Batenburg & C.W.A. Pleij. The computer simulation of RNA folding pathways using a genetic algorithm. J. Mol. Biol. (1995) 250: 37-51.
  16. Gultyaev, A.P., F.H.D. Van Batenburg & C.W.A. Pleij. The simulation of stable and metastable RNA foldings using a genetic algorithm. ECAL'95. 3rd. European Conference on Artificial Life, Granada, Spain, June 4-6, 1995, p. 69.
  17. Gultyaev, A.P., F.H.D. Van Batenburg & C.W.A. Pleij. The influence of a metastable structure in plasmid primer RNA on antisense RNA binding kinetics. Nucleic Acids Research (1995) 23 No 18: 3718-3725.
  18. Haccou, P. & Y. Iwasa. Optimal mixed strategies in stochastic environments. Theoretical Population Biology (1995) 47: 212-243.
  19. Jongh, H.H. de, B.J. Wenno & E. Meelis. Seagrass distribution and seasonal biomass changes in relation to dugong grazing in the Moluccas, East Indonesia. Aquatic Botany 50 (1995) 1-19.
  20. Jansen, V.A.A. Effects of dispersal in a tri-tropic metapopulation model. Journal of Mathematical Biology (1995) 195-224.
  21. Jansen, V.A.A. & M.W. Sabelis. Outbreaks of colony-forming pests in tri-trophic systems: consequences for pest control and the evolution of pesticide resistance. Oikos (1995) 74: 172-176.
  22. Jansen, V.A.A. Regulation of predator-prey systems through spatial interactions: a possible solution to the paradox of enrichment. Oikos (1995) 74: 384-390.
  23. Kornet, D.J., J.A.J. Metz & H.A.J.M. Schellinx. Internodons as equivalence classes in genealogical networks: building-blocks for a rigorous species concept. J. Math. Biol. (1995) 34: 110-122.
  24. Mylius, S.D. & O. Diekmann. On evolutionary stable life histories, optimization and the need to be specific about density dependence. Oikos (1995) 74: 218-224.
  25. Turner, H. & M. Zandee. The behaviour of Goloboff's tree fitness measure F. Cladistics (1995) 11: 57-72.
  26. Verhoog, H. Gentechnik und die EigenwÅrde der Natur. Mein Weg zur ethische Urteilsbildung. Elemente der Naturwissenschaft 63 (1995): 1-13.
  27. Verhoog, H. Ethiek en het maken van transgene proefdieren. Biotechniek (1995) 34: 13-17.
  28. Verhoog, H. Dissonanten en het publieke debat over biotechnologie. BioNieuws (1995) 5/7:2.
  29. Verhoog, H. Het menselijk embryo tussen biologisch en persoonlijk leven. Filosofie & Praktijk (1995) 16: 96-106.
  30. Verhoog, H. Woede en verdriet over Herman. Geno (1995) 2: 2.
  31. Verhoog, H. Genetische manipulatie van dieren: ja, mits of nee, tenzij? Tegenbericht (1995) 65: 3-4..1994

Books and book chapters

  1. Bolker, B.M. et al. (including J.A.J.Metz). Group report: Spatial dynamics of infectious diseases in natural populations. In: B.T. Grenfell & A.P. Dobson, ed., Ecology of Infectious Diseases in Natural Populations, p.399-420. (1995) Cambridge University Press.
  2. Diekmann, O., J.A.J. Metz & H. Heesterbeek. The legacy of Kermack and McKendrick In: D. Mollison, ed., Epidemic Models: Their Structure and Relation to Data. (1995) p. 95-115. Cambridge Univ. Press.
  3. Jong, M., O. Diekmann & H. Heesterbeek. How does transmission of infection depend on population size? In: D. Mollison, ed., Epidemic Models: Their Structure and Relation to Data. (1995) p. 84-94. Cambridge Univ. Press.
  4. Kornet, D.J. De liefde voor de wetenschap. 28p. Inaugurale rede 27 oktober 1995 RUL.
  5. Metz, J.A.J. & F. van den Bosch. Velocities of epidemic spread In: D. Mollison, ed., Epidemic Models: Their Structure and Relation to Data. (1995) p. 150-186. Cambridge Univ. Press.
  6. Read, A.F.et al. (including J.A.J.Metz). Group report: Genetics and evolution of infectious diseases in natural populations. In: B.T. Grenfell & A.P. Dobson, ed., Ecology of Infectious Diseases in Natural Populations, p.450-477. (1995) Cambridge University Press.

Conference proceedings

  1. Batenburg, F.H.D. van & A. Smith. Portability issues. Conference Proceedings APL95 (1995) 4pp.
  2. Verhoog, H. The oppressed tradition of caring objectivity in western culture. In: Agriculture and spirituality, 43-49. Essays from the Crossroads Conference of Wageningen Agricultural University. Utrecht, International Books.

Reports

  1. Diekmann, O. The many facets of evolutionary dynamics. Amsterdam, CWI, Report AM-R9520 1995: 12p.
  2. Diekmann, O., M.C.M. de Jong & J.A.J. Metz. A deterministic epidemic model taking account of repeated contacts between the same individuals. Amsterdam, CWI, Report AM-R9517 1995: 1-14.
  3. Diekmann, O., A.A. de Koeijer & J.A.J. Metz. On the final size of epidemics within herds. Amsterdam, CWI Report AM-R9502 (1995) 8p.
  4. Koeijer, A. de, O. Diekmann & P. Reijnders. A mechanistic model to describe the spread of phocid distemper virus. CWI Report AM-R9514 (1995) 11p.
  5. Metz, J.A.J., S.A.H. Geritz, G. MeszÇna, F.J.A. Jacobs & J.S. van Heerwaarden. Adaptive Dynamics: A geometrical study of the consequences of nearly faithful reproduction. Laxenburg, Oostenrijk, IIASA, Working Paper, 33p + 15 figs.
  6. Verhoog, H. Ethiek en de kwetsbaarheid van dieren. In: het kwetsbare dier in de intensieve veehouderij. Rapport Studiecommissie Intensieve Veehouderij, Den Haag. (1995) 16-21.
 

 

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