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Research GELIFES TRÊS

2004

Refereed Articles in Journals

D. Bos, J. van de Koppel & F.J. Weissing (2004): Dark-bellied Brent Geese aggregate to cope with increased levels of primary production. Oikos 107, 485-496. pdf

U. Berger, H. Hildenbrandt & V. Grimm (2004): Age-related decline in forest production: modelling the effects of growth limitation, neighbourhood competition and self-thinning J. Ecol. 92, 846-853.

L.W. Bruinzeel & M. van de Pol (2004): Site attachment of floaters predicts success in territory acquisition. Behav. Ecol. 15, 290-296. pdf

R.J. de Boer, J.A.M. Borghans, M. van Boven, C. Kesmir & F.J. Weissing (2004): Heterozygote advantage fails to explain the high degree of polymorphism of the MHC. Immunogenetics 55, 725-731. pdf

S. Haikola, M.C. Singer & I. Pen (2004): Has inbreeding depression led to avoidance of sib mating in the Glanville fritillary butterfly (Melitaea cinxia)? Evol. Ecol. 18, 113-120. pdf

C.K. Hemelrijk & L. Gygax (2004): Dominance style, differences between the sexes and species: an agent-based model. Interaction Studies 5, 131-146.

S.E. Reece, D.M. Shuker, I. Pen, A.B. Duncan, A. Choudhary, C.M. Batchelor & S.A. West (2004): Kin discrimination and sex ratios in a parasitoid wasp. J. Evol. Biol. 17, 208-216. pdf

M. van Boven & F.J. Weissing (2004): The evolutionary economics of immunity. Am. Nat. 163, 277-294. pdf

G.S. van Doorn, U. Dieckmann & F.J. Weissing (2004): Sympatric speciation by sexual selection: a critical re-evaluation. Am. Nat. 163, 709-725. pdf

G.S. van Doorn & F.J. Weissing (2004): The evolution of female preferences for multiple indicators of quality. Am. Nat. 164, 173-186 pdf

J.A. van Gils, A. Dekinga, B. Spaans, W.K. Vahl & T. Piersma (2004): Digestive bottleneck affects foraging decisions in red knots Calidris canutus. II. Patch choice and length of working day. J. Anim. Ecol. 74, 120-130.

T. van Oijen, M.A. van Leeuwe, E. Granum, F.J. Weissing, R.G.J. Bellerby, W.W.C. Gieskes & H.J.W. de Baar (2004): Light rather than iron controls photosynthate production and allocation in Southern Ocean phytoplankton populations during austral autumn. J. Plankton Res. 26, 885-900. pdf

Books & Book Chapters

C.K. Hemelrijk (2004): The use of artificial-life models for the study of social organization. In: B. Thierry, M. Singh & W. Kaumanns (eds): Macaque societies - A model for the study of social organization, pp. 295-313. Cambridge University Press. pdf

Doctoral Dissertations

G.S. van Doorn (2004): Sexual selection and sympatric speciation. PhD thesis, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. pdf

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