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van Baalen, M. (2013). Biological information: Why we need a good measure and the challenges ahead. Royal Society Interface Focus 3: 20130030 [doi: 10.1098/rsfs.2013.0030]

van Baalen, M. (2013). The unit of adaptation, the emergence of individuality and the loss of evolutionary sovereignty. Pp 117-140 in Bouchard, F. and Huneman, P., editors, From Groups to Individuals: Perspectives on Biological Associations and Emerging Individuality. MIT Press. [pdf]

Debarre, F., Lion, S., van Baalen, M., and Gandon, S. (2012). Evolution of host life-history traits in a spatially structured host-parasite system. Am. Nat. 179: 52-63.

Lee, W., van Baalen, M., and Jansen, V. A. A. (2012). An evolutionary mechanism for diversity in siderophore-producing bacteria. Ecol. Lett., 15:119-125.

Yates, A. J., van Baalen, M., and Antia, R. (2011). Virus replication strategies and critical CTL numbers required for the control of infection. PLoS Comp. Biol. 7(11): e1002274.

Adiba, S., Nizak, C., van Baalen, M., Denamur, E., and Depaulis, F. (2010). From grazing resistance to pathogenesis: The coincidental evolution of virulence factors. PLoS ONE, 5(8):e11882.

Lion, S. and van Baalen, M. (2009). The evolution of juvenile-adult interactions in populations structured in age and space. Theor. Pop. Biol., 76:132-145.

Alizon, S., Hurford, A., Mideo, N., and van Baalen, M. (2009). Virulence evolution and the trade-off hypothesis: history, current state of affairs and the future. J. Evol. Biol., 22: 245-259.

Alizon, S. and van Baalen, M. (2008). Acute or chronic? Within-host models with immune dynamics, infection outcome, and parasite evolution. Am. Nat., 172:E244-E256.

Alizon, S. and M. van Baalen (2008). Multiple infections, immune dynamics, and the evolution of virulence. Am. Nat.: 172: E150-E168.

Kéfi, S., Rietkerk, M., van Baalen, M., and Loreau, M. (2008). Evolution of local facilitation in arid ecosystems. Am. Nat., 172(1):E1-E17.

Molet, M., van Baalen, M., and Peeters, C. (2008). Shift in colonial reproductive strategy associated with a tropical-temperate gradient in Rhytidoponera ants. Am. Nat., 172(1):75-87.

Alizon, S. and van Baalen, M. (2008). Transmission-virulence trade-offs in vector-borne diseases. Theor. Pop. Biol. 74: 6-15.

Lion, Sébastien and M. van Baalen (2007). Self-structuring in spatial evolutionary ecology. Ecol. Lett. 11:277-295 doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2007.01132.x.

van Baalen, M. and L. Hemerik (2007). Parasitoid fitness: from simple idea to intricate concept. Pp. 31-50 in E. Wajnberg, C. Bernstein and J. van Alphen, eds. Behavioural Ecology of Insect Parasitoids. Blackwell, Oxford.

André, J.-B. and M. van Baalen (2007). Collective traits in pathogenic bacteria. Pp 13-20 in F. Baquero, C. Nombela, G. H. Cassell and J. A. Gutiérrez, eds. Evolutionary Biology of Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens. ASM Press, Washington DC.

Lion, S. and M. van Baalen (2007). From infanticide to parental care: why spatial structure can help adults be good parents. Am. Nat. 170, E26-E46.

Kéfi, S., M. Rietkerk, M. van Baalen & M. Loreau (2007). Local facilitation and transitions in arid ecosystems. Theor. Popul. Biol. 71: 367-379 .

Gallet, R., S. Alizon, P.-A. Comte, A. Gutierrez, F. Depaulis, M. van Baalen, E. Michel & C. Müller-Graf (2007). Predation and disturbance interact to shape prey species diversity. Am. Nat. 171: 143-154.

van Baalen, M. & V. A. A. Jansen (2006). Kinds of kindness: classifying the causes of altruism and cooperation. J. Evol. Biol., 1377-1379.

Jansen, V.A.A. & van Baalen, M. (2006). Altruism through beard chromodynamics. Nature (London). Nature (Lond) 440:663-666. [pdf]

van Baalen, M. & Beekman, M. (2006). The costs and benefits of genetic heterogeneity in resistance against parasites in social insects. Am. Nat. 167:568-577. [abstract] [pdf]

Lion, S., van Baalen, M., and Wilson, W. (2006). Host manipulation and parasite-induced dispersal. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 273:1063-1071. [pdf]

Sabelis, M.W., A. Janssen, A., O. Diekmann, V.A.A. Jansen, E. van Gool & M. van Baalen (2005). Global persistence despite local extinction in acarine predator-prey systems. Lessons from experimental and mathematical exercises. Adv. Ecol. Res., 37: 183-220.

Molet, M., van Baalen, M & Monnin, T. (2005). High linearity of dominance hierarchies reduces the number of hopeful reproductives in polygynous queenless ants. Insectes Sociaux 52: 247-256. [pdf].

Alizon, S. & van Baalen, M. (2005). Emergence of a convex trade-off between transmission and virulence. Am. Nat. 165: E155-167. [pdf].

Cadet, C., Ferrière, R., Metz, J. A. J. & van Baalen, M. (2003). The evolution of dispersal under demographic stochasticity. Am.Nat. 162: 427-441. [pdf]

van Baalen, M. (2003). Integrating across levels: What is the relevant level of organisation? Virulence evolution suggests it may not always be so simple. Biol. Intern. 44: 62-69. [pdf]

Barbault, R., J.-F. Guégan, M. Hoshi, J.-C. Mounolou, M. van Baalen, M. Wake, & T. Younès. (2003). Integrative biology and the complexity of natural systems: Keys to addressing emerging challenges. Biol. Intern. 44: 6-12.

van Baalen, M & Jansen, V.A.A. (2003). Common language or Tower of Babel? On the evolutionary dynamics of signals and their meaning. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 270: 69-76. [pdf][more info]

van Baalen, C. A., Guillon, C., van Baalen, M., Verschuren , E. J., Boers, P. H. M., Osterhaus, A. D. M. & Gruters, R. A. (2002). Impact of antigen production kinetics on the effectiveness of HIV-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes. Eur. J. Immunol., 32: 2644-2652. [reprint]

Gandon, S, M. van Baalen, & V.A.A. Jansen (2002). Evolution of parasite virulence, superinfection and host resistance. Am. Nat. 159: 658-669. [reprint]

van Baalen, M. (2002). Dilemmas in virulence management. Pages 60-69 in: U. Dieckmann, J.A.J. Metz, M.W. Sabelis, & K. Sigmund, Eds. The Adaptive Dynamics of Infectious Diseases: In Pursuit of Virulence Management. Cambridge University Press. [reprint]

van Baalen, M. (2002). Contact networks and the evolution of virulence - Implications for virulence management. Pages 85-103 in: U. Dieckmann, J.A.J. Metz, M.W. Sabelis, and K. Sigmund, Eds. The Adaptive Dynamics of Infectious Diseases: In Pursuit of Virulence Management. Cambridge University Press. [reprint]

Sabelis, M.W., van Baalen, M., Pels, B., Egas, M. and Janssen, A. (2002). Evolution of exploitation and defence in plant-herbivore-predator interactions. Pages 297-322 in: U. Dieckmann, J.A.J. Metz, M.W. Sabelis, and K. Sigmund, Eds. The Adaptive Dynamics of Infectious Diseases: In Pursuit of Virulence Management. Cambridge University Press. [reprint]

van Baalen, M. & Jansen, V. A. A. (2001). Dangerous liaisons: the ecology of private interest and common good. Oikos 95: 211-224. [reprint]

Müller-Graf, C.D.M., E. Jobet, A. Cloarec, C. Rivault, M. van Baalen, & S. Morand (2001). Population dynamics of host-parasite interactions in a cockroach-oxyuroid system. Oikos 95:431-440. [reprint]

Gandon, S., Jansen, V. A. A. & van Baalen, M. (2001). Host life-history and the evolution of parasite virulence. Evolution 55: 1056-1062. [reprint]

van Baalen, M., Krivan, V., van Rijn, P. C. J. & Sabelis, M. W. (2001). Alternative food, switching predators, & the persistence of predator-prey systems. Am. Nat. 157: 512-524. [reprint]

van Baalen, M. & Hochberg, M. E. (2001). Dispersal in antagonistic interactions. Pages 299-310 in: J. Clobert, Nichols J.D., E. Danchin & A. Dhondt, Eds. Dispersal. Causes, consequences and mechanisms of dispersal at the individual, population and community level. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

van Baalen, M. (2000). The evolution of parasitoid egg load. Pages 103-120 in: M.E. Hochberg, and A.R. Ives, Eds. Parasitoid Population Biology. Chapman & Hall, New York. [ms]

Hochberg, M.E., & M. van Baalen. 2000. A geographical perspective of virulence. Pages 81-96 In: R. Poulin, S. Morand, & A. Skorping, Eds. Evolutionary biology of host-parasite relationships: theory meets reality. Elsevier, Amsterdam. [reprint]

van Baalen, M. (2000). Parent-to-offspring infection and the struggle for transmission. Pages 97-116 in: R. Poulin, S. Morand, & A. Skorping, Eds. Evolutionary biology of host-parasite relationships: theory meets reality. Elsevier, Amsterdam. [reprint]

van Baalen, M. (2000). Pair approximations for different spatial geometries. Pages 359-387 in: U. Dieckmann, R. Law, & J.A.J. Metz, Eds. The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. [reprint]

van Baalen, M., & M.W. Sabelis (1999). Nonequilibrium Population Dynamics of "Ideal and Free" Prey and Predators. Am. Nat. 154: 69-88. [reprint]

Hochberg, M.E., & M. van Baalen. (1998). Antagonistic coevolution over productivity gradients. Am. Nat. 152: 620-634. [reprint]

van Baalen, M., & D.A. Rand. (1998). The unit of selection in viscous populations and the evolution of altruism. J. Theor. Biol. 143: 631-648. [reprint]

van Baalen, M. (1998). Coevolution of recovery ability and virulence. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 265: 317-325. [reprint]

Nagelkerke, C.J., M. van Baalen, & M.W. Sabelis. 1996. When should a female avoid adding eggs to the clutch of another female? A simultaneous oviposition and sex allocation game. Evol. Ecol. 10: 475-497.

Boot, W.J., M. van Baalen, & M.W. Sabelis. 1995. Why do Varroa mites invade worker brood cells of the honey-bee despite lower reproductive success? Behav. Ecol. & Sociobiol. 36: 283-289.

van Baalen, M., & M.W. Sabelis. 1995. The dynamics of multiple infection and the evolution of virulence. Am. Nat. 146: 881-910.

van Baalen, M., & M.W. Sabelis. 1995. The milker-killer dilemma in spatially structured predator-prey interactions. Oikos 74: 391-400.

van Baalen, M., & M.W. Sabelis. 1995. The scope for virulence management: A comment on Ewald's view on the evolution of virulence. Trends Microbiol. 3: 414-416.

van Baalen, M., & M.W. Sabelis. 1993. Coevolution of patch selection strategies of predators and prey and the consequences for ecological stability. Am. Nat. 142: 646-670.



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