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  1. Food web persistence in fragmented landscapes
  2. Robustness of metacommunities with omnivory to habitat destruction: disentangling patch fragmentation from patch loss
  3. Ecotone formation induced by the effects of tidal flooding: A conceptual model of the mud flat-coastal wetland ecosystem
  4. Emergence of evolutionary cycles in size-structured food webs
  5. Revisiting Brownian motion as a description of animal movement: a comparison to experimental movement data
  6. Evolutionary food web models: effects of an additional resource
  7. A new dimension: Evolutionary food web dynamics in two dimensional trait space
  8. Some analytical and numerical approaches to understanding trap counts resulting from pest insect immigration
  9. On time scale invariance of random walks in confined space
  10. Multiscale ecology of agroecosystems is an emerging research field that can provide a stronger theoretical background for the integrated pest management
  11. Multiscale approach to pest insect monitoring: Random walks, pattern formation, synchronization, and networks
  12. Synchronized Dynamics ofTipula paludosaMetapopulation in a Southwestern Scotland Agroecosystem: Linking Pattern to Process
  13. The input–output relationship approach to structural identifiability analysis
  14. Estimating insect population density from trap counts
  15. Indistinguishability and identifiability of kinetic models for the MurC reaction in peptidoglycan biosynthesis
  16. The Input-Output Relationship Approach to Structural Identifiability Analysis
  17. Indistinguishability and identifiability of kinetic models for the Mur C reaction in peptidoglycan biosynthesis* *EPSRC funded project Indistinguishability analysis for model discrimination in Systems Biology: A Feasibility Study applied to Bacterial P...