Instituut voor Theoretische Biologie te Leiden

Publikaties 2007


  1. Diekmann, O., Gyllenberg, M. & Metz, J.A.J. (2007) Physiologically structured population models: towards a general mathematical theory. pp.5-20 in Takeuchi, Y, Iwasa, Y. & Sato, K. (eds.) Mathematics for Ecology and Environmental Sciences. Berlin, Springer.
  2. Galam, S. & Jacobs, F.J.A. 2007. The role of inflexible minorities in the breaking of democratic opinion dynamics. Physica A 381, pgs. 366-376.
  3. Gultyaev A.P., Heus H.A. & Olsthoorn R.C.L. 2007. An RNA conformational shift in recent H5N1 influenza A viruses. Bioinformatics 23:272-276.
  4. Gultyaev A.P. & Roussis A. 2007. Identification of conserved secondary structures and expansion segments in enod40 RNAs reveals new enod40 homologues in plants. Nucleic Acids Res. 35:3144-3152.
  5. Pineda-Krch, M., Blok, H.J., Dieckmann, U., et al. A tale of two cycles - distinguishing quasi-cycles and limit cycles in finite predator-prey populations. OIKOS 116 (1): 53-64 JAN 2007
  6. Rueffler, C., Van Dooren, T.J.M., and J.A.J. Metz. 2007. The interplay between behavior and morphology in the evolutionary dynamics of resource specialization. American Naturalist 169: E34-E52
  7. Serra, M.C. and Haccou, P. 2007. Dynamics of escape mutants. Theoretical Population Biology 72: 167-178
  8. Yokomizo, H., Haccou, P., Iwasa, Y. 2007 Optimal conservation strategy in fluctuating environments with species interactions: resource-enhancement of the native species versus extermination of the alien species. Journal of Theoretical Biology 244:46-58


  1. Dieckmann, U., Brännström, N.A., HilleRisLambers, R., Ito, H.: The Adaptive Dynamics of Community Structure. Takeuchi, Y., Iwasa, Y., Sato, K. (eds): Mathematics for Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 145-177 (2007). IIASA Interim Report IR-06-038 (2006).
  2. Dieckmann, U., Heino, M.: Probabilistic maturation reaction norms: Their history, strengths, and limitations. IIASA Interim Report IR-07-007 (2007)


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