Instituut voor Theoretische Biologie te Leiden

Publikaties 2004

Journals

  1. Beltman, J.B., P. Haccou and C. ten Cate. Learning and colonisation of new niches: A first step towards speciation. Evolution 58 (2004): 35-46.
  2. Born, E. van den, A.P. Gultyaev and E.J. Snijder. Secondary structure and function of the 5'-proximal region of the equine arteritis virus RNA genome. RNA 10 (2004): 424-437.
  3. Cadet, C., J.A.J. Metz & P. Klinkhamer () Size and the Not-So-Single Sex: disentangling the effects of size on sex allocation. American Naturalist 164: 779-792
  4. Haccou, P. and M.V. Schneider. Modes of Reproduction and the Accumulation of Deleterious Mutations With Multiplicative Fitness Effects. Genetics 166 (2004): 1093-1104.
  5. Hoeven, N. van der (2004) The Netherlands working group on Statistics and Ecotoxicology: Statistics and Models for Risk Assessment. In: Proceedings of the Jubilee Annual Meeting of the Netherlands Society of Toxicology. p. 114.
  6. Hoeven, N. van der (2004) Current issues in statistics and models for Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment Acta Biotheoretica 52: 201-217.
  7. Meulewater, F., R. van Lipzig, A.P. Gultyaev, C.W.A. Pleij, D. Van Damme, M. Cornelissen and G. van Eldik. Conservation of RNA structures enables TNV and BYDV 5' and 3' elements to cooperate synergistically in cap-independent translation. Nucleic Acids Research 32 (2004): 172-1730.
  8. Pike, N., Tully, T., Haccou, P., Ferrière, R. 2004 The effect of autocorrelation in environmental variability on the estbalishment and persistence of populations: an experimental test. Proc Roy Soc B 271, 2143-2148
  9. Reydon, T.A.C. (2004) Why does the species problem still persist? BioEssays 26: 300-305.
  10. Rueffler, C., T. J. M. Van Dooren and J. A. J. Metz. Adaptive Walks on Changing Landscapes: Levins' Approach Extended. Theoretical Population Biology 65 (2004): 165-178.
  11. Van Dooren, T.J.M., M. Durinx and I. Demon (2004) Sexual dimorphism or evolutionary branching? Evolutionary Ecology Research 6: 857-871
  12. Yokomizo, H., P. Haccou and Y. Iwasa. Multiple-year optimization of conservation effort and monitoring effort for a fluctuating population. Journal of Theoretical Biology 230 (2004): 157-171.

Books and book chapters

  1. Dieckmann, U, M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz and D. Tautz, Eds. (2004) Adaptive Speciation. Cambridge UP. 460 pp.
  2. Dieckmann, U, J.A.J. Metz, M. Doebeli and D. Tautz. Introuction. In: Dieckmann, U., M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz and D. Tautz (2004). Adaptive Speciation. pp. 1-16. Cambridge UP.
  3. Dieckmann, U, D. Tautz, M. Doebeli and J.A.J. Metz. Epilogue. In: Dieckmann, U., M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz and D. Tautz (2004). Adaptive Speciation. pp. 380-394. Cambridge UP.
  4. Geritz, S.A.H., É. Kisdi, G. Meszéna and J.A.J. Metz. Adaptive Dynamics of Speciation: Ecological Underpinnings. In: Dieckmann, U., M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz and D. Tautz (2004). Adaptive Speciation. pp. 54-75. Cambridge UP.
  5. Gyllenberg, M., I. Hanski and J.A.J. Metz. Spatial Dimensions of Population Viability. In: Ferriere, R., U. Dieckmann and D. Couvet (Eds). Evolutionary Conservation Biology. pp. 428. Cambridge UP.
  6. Heesterbeek, J., O. Diekmann & J.A.J. Metz (2004) De wiskundige kat, de biologische muis en de jacht op inzicht. Verkenningen op het grensvlak van wiskunde en biologie. VIII+225p Utrecht, Epsilon Uitgaven
  7. Van Alphen, J.J.M., O. Seehausen, and F. Galis. Speciation and species richness in African Haplochromine cichlids. In: Metz, J.A.J. and U.Dieckmann (Eds) (2003). Speciation. Cambridge University Press, in press.

Dissertations

  1. J.B. Beltman. Evolution by Learning. Consequences of choosing like you mother. Leiden University, 139 pp (2004). ISBN 90-6464-590-6
    Promotores: Prof dr. C.J. ten Cate & Prof dr. J.A.J. Metz. Co-promotor: Dr. P. Haccou

Reports

  1. Parvinen, K., Dieckmann, U., Heino, M. 2004. Function-valued Adaptive Dynamics and the Calculus of Variations. Journal of Mathematical Biology 52:1-26 (2006). IIASA Interim Report IR-04-038.

Miscellaneous

  1. Reydon, T.A.C. (2004) Book review of Biological Complexity and Integrative Pluralism by Sandra D. Mitchell. Philosophy in Review / Comptes Rendus Philosophiques 24: 282-284.
  2. Reydon, T.A.C. (2004) Book review of The Species Problem: Biological Species, Ontology, and the Metaphysics of Biology by David N. Stamos. Acta Biotheoretica 52: 229-232.
  3. Wouters, A.G. (2004) Review of Paul Sheldon Davies Norms of Nature: Naturalism and theNature of Functions (2002). Philosophy of Science 71(2): 220-222.
 

 

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