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2015

  1. Zs. Vásárhelyi, G. Meszéna & I. Scheuring: Evolution of heritable behavioural differences in a model of social division of labour. PeerJ 3:e977 (2015) Online

2014

  1. G. Barabás, L. Pásztor, G. Meszéna & A. Ostling: Sensitivity analysis of coexistence in ecological communities: theory and application. Ecology Letters 17(12): 1479-1494 (2014)
  2. G. Barabás, G. Meszéna & A. Ostling: Fixed point sensitivity analysis of interacting structured populations. Theoretical Population Biology 92: 97-106 (2014)

2013

  1. G. Barabás, R. D’Andrea, G. Meszéna & A. Ostling: Emergent neutrality or hidden niches? Oikos 122(11):1565-1572 (2013)

2012

  1. G. Meszéna & A. Hendry: Introduction to Niche Theory and Speciation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14(4): 361-363 (2012) PDF
  2. G. Barabás, S. Pigolotti, M. Gyllenberg, U. Dieckmann & G. Meszéna: Continuous coexistence or discrete species? A new review of an old question. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14: 523-554 (2012)
  3. G. Barabás, G. Meszéna & A. Ostling: Community robustness and limiting similarity in periodic environments. Theoretical Ecology 5: 265-282 (2012) PDF

2010

  1. A. Szilágyi & G. Meszéna: Coexistence in a fluctuating environment by the effect of relative nonlinearity: a minimal model. Journal of Theoretical Biology 267: 502-512 (2010)

2009

  1. L. Pásztor, Z. Botta-Dukát, T. Czárán, G. Magyar & G. Meszéna: Darwinian speciation and modern ecology (in Hungarian). Természet Világa, 2009. II. special issue
  2. L. Pásztor, Z. Botta-Dukát, T. Czárán, G. Magyar & G. Meszéna: Darwinian Ecology (in Hungarian). Magyar Tudomány, 2009 december, pp. 1434-1443 HTML
  3. B. Oborny, J. Vukov, G. Csányi & G. Meszéna: Metapopulation dynamics across gradients – The relation between colonization and extinction in shaping the range edge. Oikos 118: 1453-1460 (2009)
  4. K. Parvinen & G. Meszéna: Disturbance-generated niche-segregation in a structured metapopulation model. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11: 651-666 (2009)
  5. G. Barabás & G. Meszéna: When the exception becomes the rule: the disappearance of limiting similarity in the Lotka-Volterra model. Journal of Theoretical Biology 258: 89-94 (2009)
  6. A. Szilágyi & G. Meszéna: Limiting similarity and niche theory for structured populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology 258: 27-37 (2009) Preprint PDF
  7. A. Szilágyi & G. Meszéna: Two-patch model of spatial niche segregation. Evolutionary Ecology 23: 187-205 (2009) Preprint PDF The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com: HTML PDF

2008

  1. G. Meszéna: Ecology and evolution from a physicist’s viewpoint. (in Hungarian) Fizikai Szemle, 2008 november, pp. 391-395 Article PDF (black & while) Whole issue PDF (on the 10th anniversary of the Department, in color, much nicer!)
  2. M. Durinx, J. A. J. Metz & G. Meszéna: Adaptive dynamics for physiologically structured population models.Journal of Mathematical Biology 56(5): 673-742 (2008) Preprint PDF Online PDF
  3. P.S. Pennings, M. Kopp, G. Meszéna, U. Dieckmann & J. Hermisson: An analytically tractable model for competitive speciation. American Naturalist 171(1): E44-71 (2008) E-article

2007

  1. In: Ökológia (Ecology, in Hungarian),
    Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 2007, edited by L. Pásztor & B. Oborny
    • Chapter II.1: L. Pásztor, G. Magyar, T. Czárán, Á. Kun & G. Meszéna:
      Szabályozott populációnövekedés (Regulated population growth) pp. 78-99
    • Chapter II.2: L. Pásztor & G. Meszéna: Versengés és együttélés (Competition and coexistence) pp. 100-123
    • Chapter III.3: L. Pásztor, G. Meszéna, G. Magyar & Á. Kun: Egyedek, populációk közötti interakciók és a természetes szelekció (Interactions between individuals, populations and the natural selection) pp. 206-224
  2. B. Oborny, Gy. Szabó & G. Meszéna: Survival of species in patchy landscapes: percolation in space and time. In: D. Storch, P. Marquet & J. Brown (eds.) Scaling biodiversity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge pp. 409-440 (2007) Santa Fe preprint
  3. P. Szabó & G. Meszéna: Multi-scale regulated plant community dynamics: mechanisms and implications. Oikos 116: 233-240 (2007) PDF

2006

  1. P. Szabó & G. Meszéna: Spatial ecological hierachies: Coexistence on heterogeneous landscapes via scale niche diversification. Ecosystems 9: 1009-1016 (2006) PDF
  2. P. L. Várkonyi, G. Meszéna & G. Domokos: Emergence of asymmetry in evolution. Theoretical Population Biology 70(1): 63-75 (2006) PDF
  3. P. Szabó & G. Meszéna: Limiting similarity revisited. Oikos 112(3): 612-619 (2006) PDF
  4. G. Meszéna, M. Gyllenberg, L. Pásztor & J. A. J. Metz: Competitive exclusion and limiting similarity: a unified theory. Theoretical Population Biology 69(1): 68-87 (2006) PDF

2005

  1. G. Meszéna, M. Gyllenberg, F. J. Jacobs & J. A. J. Metz: Link between population dynamics and dyanamics of Darwinian evolution. Physical Review Letters 95(7): 078105 (2005) PDF
  2. G. Meszéna: Populáció reguláció és niche. Magyar Tudomány (2005/4, 410. o., Title in English: Population regulation and niche)
  3. Meszéna, G.:Adaptive dynamics: the continuity argument. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18(5): 1182-1185 (2005) PDF This is an invited commentary on the “Target review” “20 questions on Adaptive Dynamics: a target review” by Waxman & Gavrilets, Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18(5): 1139-1154 (2005)
  4. Oborny, B., G. Meszéna & Gy. Szabó: Dynamics of populations on the verge of extinction. Oikos 109(2): 291-296 (2005) PDF
  5. Mágori, K., P. Szabó, F. Mizera & G. Meszéna: Adaptive dynamics in cellular automaton: Role of spatiality in competition, coexistence and evolutionary branching. Evolutionary Ecology Research 7: 1-21 (2005) PDF
  6. Gyllenberg, M. & G. Meszéna: On the impossibility of coexistence of infinitely many strategies. Journal of Mathematical Biology 50: 133-160 (2005) abstract PDF Copyright: Springer. The original publication is available at springerlink.com.

2004

  1. Geritz, S.A.H., É. Kisdi, G. Meszéna & J.A.J. Metz: Adaptive dynamics of speciation. In: U. Dieckmann, M. Doebeli, J.A.J. Metz, D. Tautz (eds.) Adaptive speciation. Cambridge University Press (2004)  PDF The book itself.

2003

  1. Vukics, A., J. Asbóth &amp G. Meszéna: Speciation in multidimensional evolutionary space. Physical Review E 68, 041903 (2003) abstract PDF
  2. Mágori, K., Oborny, B., Dieckmann, U. & Meszéna, G.: Cooperation and competition in heterogeneous environments:
    The evolution of resource sharing in clonal plants. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5(6): 787-817 (2003) abstract PDF
  3. Mizera, F. & G. Meszéna: Spatial niche packing, character displacement and adaptive
    speciation along an environmental gradient. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5: 363-382 (2003)
    abstract
    PDF

2001

  1. Meszéna G. & E. Szathmáry: Adaptive dynamics of parabolic replicators. Selection 2(1-2):147-159 (2001) abstract PDF (Courtesy of Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest.)
  2. Meszéna G., É. Kisdi, U. Dieckmann , S.A.H. Geritz & J.A.J. Metz: Evolutionary optimisation models and matrix games in the unified perspective of adaptive dynamics. Selection 2(1-2):193-210 (2001) abstract PDF (Courtesy of Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest.)

2000

  1. Meszéna G., H.V. Westerhoff & O. Somsen: Reply to Comment on
    ‘Non-equilibrium thermodynamics of light absorption’. Journal of Physics A: Mathematics and General 33:1301-1303 (2000) abstract
  2. Pásztor, L., É. Kisdi & G. Meszéna: Jensen’s inequality and optimal life history strategies in stochastic environments.Trends Ecol. Evol. 15(3): 117-118 (2000) abstract

1999

  1. Meszéna G. & H.V. Westerhoff: Non-equilibrium thermodynamics of light absorption. Journal of Physics A: Mathematics and General 32: 301-311
    (1999) abstract PDF

1998

  1. Kisdi, É, G. Meszéna & L. Pásztor: Individual optimization:Mechanisms shaping the optimal reaction norm. Evolutionary Ecology 12: 211-221 (1998) abstract
  2. Geritz, S.A.H., É. Kisdi, G. Meszéna & J.A.J. Metz: Evolutionary singular strategies and the evolutionary growth and branching of the evolutionary tree. Evolutionary Ecology 12: 35-57 (1998) abstract

1997

  1. Meszéna G., I. Czibula & S.A.H. Geritz: Adaptive dynamics in a 2-patch environment:
    a toy model for allopatric and parapatric speciation. Journal of Biological Systems 5(2): 265-284 (1997) abstract PDF
  2. Geritz, S.A.H., J.A.J. Metz, É. Kisdi, G. Meszéna & : The dynamics of adaptation and evolutionary branching. Phys. Rev. Lett. 78(10): 2024-2027 (1997) abstract PDF

1996

  1. Pásztor, E., G. Meszéna &amp É. Kisdi: R0 or r: a matter of taste? J. Evol. Biol. 9: 511-518 (1996) abstract
  2. J.A.J. Metz, S.A.H. Geritz, G. Meszéna, F.J.A. Jacobs & J.S. van Heerwaarden:Adaptive dynamics, a geometrical study of the consequences of nearly faithfull reproduction I. In: S.J. van Strien & S.M. Verduyn Lunel (eds.) Stochastic and spatial structures of dynamical systems. North Holland, Amsterdam, 1996, pp. 183-231

1995

  1. Kisdi É. & G. Meszéna: Life histories with lottery competition in a stochastic environment:
    ESSs which do not prevail. Theor. Pop. Biol. 47(2): 191-211 (1995) abstract

1994

  1. Osváth Sz., G. Meszéna, V. Barazda & Gy. Garab: Trapping magnetically oriented thylakoid membranes in gels for electric measurements. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biology 26: 287-292 (1994) abstract
  2. Meszéna G.: Wavelength dependence and kinetics of the photovoltaic effects in chloroplast suspensions. Biophysical Chemistry 48: 315-319 (1994) abstract
  3. Meszéna G. & H.V. Westerhoff: Light intensity distribution in thylakoids and the polarity of the photovoltage effect. Biopysical Chemistry 48: 321-336 (1994) abstract

1993

  1. Meszéna G.: Path Analysis in General Control Theory. In: Modern trends in BioThermoKinetics.
    Ed. J-P. Mazat, S. Schuster, M. Rigoulet. Plenum Press, London, 1993, pp. 217- 224 abstract
  2. Meszéna G. & H.V. Westerhoff: Photovoltage measurements as a probe of light distribution and ion movements around photosynthetic apparatus In: Modern trends in BioThermoKinetics. Ed. J-P. Mazat, S. Schuster, M. Rigoulet. Plenum Press, London, 1993, pp. 401- 406
  3. Kisdi É. & Meszéna G.: Density Dependent Life History Evolution in Fluctuating Environment. In: Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 98: Adaptation in Stochastic Environments (ed. J. Yoshimura & C.W. Clark), 1993, pp. 26-62 abstract

1990

  1. Meszéna G. & L. Pásztor: Population regulation and life-history strategies. In: Proceeding in nonlinear science. Organizational constraints on the dynamics of evolution. Ed. J. Maynard Smith and G. Vida. Manchester University Press, Manchester and New York (1990) PDF

1989

  1. Meszéna G. & D. DeVault: Investigations of the polarity of photo-induced electrical
    signal of chloroplast suspensions. Photosynthesis Research 22: 115-122 (1989)

1998

  1. Meszéna G., E. Papp & G. Fricsovszky: Study of the fast photoelectric signal from a
    chloroplast suspension. Studia Biophysica 126: 77-86 (1988)

1986

  1. Papp E., G. Fricsovszky & G. Meszéna G: Electrodichroism of purple membrane. Biophys. J. 49: 1089-1100 (1986)
  2. Fricsovszky G., E. Papp, G. Meszéna & A. E.-Lakkani: Kinetics of the M state of bacteriorhodopsin. Studia Biophys. 111: 23-34 (1986)
  3. Meszéna G. & L. Pásztor: Density-dependent life-history strategies (in Hungarian) Abstracta Botanica 10: 97-116 (1986)

1982

  1. Papp, E. & G. Meszéna: Field concentration and temperature dependence of fluorescence polarization of magnetically oriented chloroplasts. Biophys. J. 39: 1 (1982)

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