Publication list of Ádám Kun

Articles in reviewed journals

  1. Oborny B., Kun Á., Czárán T. and Bokros Sz. 2000. The effect of clonal integration on plant competition for mosaic habitat space. Ecology, 81(12), 3291–3304. [IF: 3.65; Cited 72 times]
  2. Oborny B., Czárán T. and Kun Á. 2001. Exploration and exploitation of resource patches by clonal growth: a spatial model on the effect of transport between modules. Ecological Modelling, 141 151–169. [IF: 1.82; Cited 35 times]
  3. Oborny B. and Kun Á. 2002. Fragmentation of clones: How does it influence dispersal and competitive ability? Evolutionary Ecology, 15:319–346. [IF: 1.52; Cited 32 times]
  4. Kun Á. and Oborny B. 2003. Survival and competition of clonal plant populations in spatially and temporally heterogeneous habitats. Community Ecology, 4(1): 1–20. [IF: -; Cited 22 times]
  5. Kun Á, Santos, M. and Szathmáry E. 2005. Real ribozymes suggest a relaxed error threshold. Nature Genetics 37(9): 1008–1011 (doi:10.1038/ng1621) [IF: 26.494; Cited 70 times]
  6. Ittzés P., Jakó É., Kun Á., Kun A. and Podani J. 2005. A discrete mathematical method for the analysis of spatial pattern Community Ecology 6(2): 177–190 [IF: -; Cited 2 times]
  7. Kun Á., Boza G. and Scheuring I. 2006. Asynchronous snowdrift game with synergistic effect as a model of cooperation. Behavioural Ecology 14(4):633–641 [IF: 2.189; Cited 25 times]
  8. Kun Á. and Scheuring I. 2006. Evolution of density dependent dispersal in a noisy word. OIKOS 115: 308–320 [IF: 3.309; Cited 45 times]
  9. Magyar G., Kun Á., Oborny B. and Stuefer, J.F. 2007. The importance of plasticity and decision-making strategies for plant resource acquisition in spatio-temporally variable environments: a modeling study New Phytologist 174(1): 182–193 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2007.01969.x) [IF: 4.285; Cited 35 times]
  10. Kun Á. 2007. Generation of temporally and spatially heterogeneous landscapes for models of population dynamics. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 4(2): 73–84 [IF: -; Cited 1 time]
  11. Jakó É., Ittzés P., Szenes Á, Kun Á., Szathmáry E. and Pál G. 2007. In silico detection of tRNA sequence features characteristic to synthetase class membership. Nucleic Acids Research 35(1): 5593–5609 [IF: 6.317; Cited 10 times]
  12. Kun Á., Papp B. and Szathmáry E. 2008. Computational identification of obligatorily autocatalytic replicators embedded in metabolic networks. Genome Biology 9:R51 [IF: 7.17; Cited 36 times]
  13. Kun Á. and Scheuring I. 2009. Evolution of cooperation on dynamical graphs. BioSystem 96:65–68 [IF: 1.646; Cited 22 times]
  14. Kun Á., Oborny B. and Dieckmann, U. Intermediate landscape disturbance maximizes metapopulation density. Landscape Ecology 24(10):1341 DOI:10.1007/s10980-009-9386-0 [IF: 2.061; Cited 7 times]
  15. Kun Á., Boza G. and Scheuring I. 2010. Cooperators Unite! Assortative linking promotes cooperation particularly for medium sized associations. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10:173 [IF: 4.29; Cited 5 time]
  16. Boza G., Kun Á., Scheuring I., Dieckmann, U. 2012. Strategy diversity stabilizes mutualism through investment cycles, phase polymorphism, and spatial bubbles. PLoS Computational Biology 8(11): e1002660 [IF: 5.515; cited 2 times] [html]
  17. Szilágyi A., Kun Á. and Szathmáry E. 2012. Early evolution of efficient enzymes and genome organization. Biology Direct 7:38 [IF: 4.02; Cited 3 times] [html]
  18. Kun Á. and Dieckmann, U. 2013. Resource heterogeneity can facilitate cooperation. Nature Communications, 4: 2453 [IF: 10.015; Cited 19 times]
  19. Szilágyi, A., Kun Á. and Szathmáry E. 2014. Local neutral networks help maintain inaccurately replicating ribozymes. PLoS ONE 9(10): e109987 [IF: 3.534; Cited 2 times]
  20. Boza G., Szilágyi A., Kun Á., Santos, M. and Szathmáry E. 2014. Evolution of division of labor between genes and enzymes in the RNA world. PLoS Computational Biology 10(12): e1003936 [IF: 4.829; Cited 9 times]
  21. Kun Á., Szilágyi A., Könnyű B., Zachar I., Boza G. and Szathmáry E. 2015. The dynamics of the RNA world: Insights and challenges. The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1341:75–95 [abstract] [IF: 4.313; Cited 19 times]
  22. Kun Á. and Szathmáry E. 2015. Fitness landscapes of functional RNAs. Life 5(3): 1497-1517 [html] [IF: 0; Cited 5 times]
  23. Hubai A. and Kun Á. Maximal gene number maintainable by stochastic correction – The second error threshold. Journal of Theoretical Biology 405:29–35 [IF: 2.116; Cited 5 times] [publisher's version]
  24. Matsumura, S., Kun, Á., Ryckelynck, M., Coldren, F., Szilágyi, A., Jossinet, F., Rick, C., Nghe, P., Szathmáry, E., Griffiths, A. D., 2016. Transient compartmentalization of RNA replicators prevents extinction due to parasites. Science 354: 1293‒1296. [IF: 33.61; Cited 23 times]
  25. Kun Á. and Radványi Á. 2017. The evolution of the genetic code: impasses and challenges. BioSystems 164:217‒225 [link] [IF: 1,652; Cited 3 times]
  26. András Szilágyi, István Zachar, István Scheuring, Ádám Kun, Balázs Könnyű, Tamás Czárán 2017. Ecology and evolution in the RNA World: Dynamics and stability of prebiotic replicator systems. Life 7(4):48 [Cited 2 times]
  27. Podani J., Kun Á. and Szilágyi A. 2018. How fast does Darwin's elephant population grow? Journal of the History of Biology 51(2): 259–281. DOI:10.1007/s10739-017-9488-5 [IF: 0.452, cited 1 time] [pdf]
  28. Kun Á. Publish and Who Should Perish: You or Science? Publications Publications 6(2): 18 [Cited 7 times] [pdf]
  29. Vig-Milkovics Zsuzsanna; Zachar István; Kun Ádám; Szilágyi András; Szathmáry Eörs. 2018. Moderate sex between protocells can balance between a decrease in assortment load and an increase in parasite spread. Journal of Theoretical Biology 462: 304‒310 [full text]
  30. Kun Á., Oborny B. and Dieckmann, U. 2019. Five main phases of landscape degradation revealed by a dynamic mesoscale model analysing the splitting, shrinking, and disappearing of habitat patches. Scientific Reports 9: 11149 [IF: 4.011]
  31. Kun Á. and Scheuring I. Social heterogeneity, multi-level selection and the evolution of cooperation in primates (submitted)
  32. Szendrei D. and Kun Á. The metabolic replicator (in prep)

Book Chapters

  • Oborny B., Kun Á., Czárán T. and Bokros Sz.: The effect of clonal integration on plant competition for mosaic habitat space. in Czárán T.: Spatiotemporal models of population and community dynamics. Chapman and Hall Publ., London, U.K., 1998
  • Oborny B. and Kun Á.: Fragmentation of clones: How does it influence dispersal and competitive ability? in J. Stuefer, B. Erschenbauer and J. Suzuki (eds.): Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Clonal Plants. 319-346 old. Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherlands, 2002
  • Kun Á., Maurel, M.-C., Santos, M. and Szathmáry E. Fitness landscapes, error thresholds, and cofactors in aptamer evolution. in Klussman, S. (ed.): The Aptamer Handbook. Functional Oligonucleotides and Their Applications. pp. 54-92 Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2005 [Cited 1 time]
  • Kun Á., Pongor S., Jordán F. and Szathmáry E. Catalytic propensity of amino acids and the origins of the genetic code and proteins. in M. Barbieri (ed.), The Codes of Life: The Rules of Macroevolution, Springer, 2008 [Cited 5 times]
  • Zachar I, Kun Á, Fernando, C. and Szathmáry E. 2013. Replicators - From molecules to organisms in Kernbach, S (ed.) Handbook of Collective Robotics: fundamentals and challenges. Pan Stanford Publishing pp. 473-504

Popular science

  • Kun Á. 2010. RNA World and the error threshold. Magyar Tudomány 171(4): 388-395 (in Hungarian) [html]
  • Kun Á. 2011. The RNA World. Természet Világa 142(10):455 (in Hungarian) [pdf]

Other publications

Textbooks

Kun Á. 2017. Evolutionary Biology. Typotex, Budapest (in Hungarian)

Ph.D. Dissertation and Thesis

A klonális integráció ökológiája és evolúciója heterogén környezetben. 2003. Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Biológia Doktori Iskola, Elméleti Biológia és Ökológia Doktori Program
A doktori értekezés tézisei
Ph.D. Thesis

Conferences

  • Kun Á. and Radványi Á. Changing the genetic code – Is it possible? 6th International Conference in Code Biology, Friedrichsdorf (Germany) 3–7, June, 2019
  • Radványi Á. and Kun Á. On the origin of translation and the possible habitat of LUCA based on a simple neutral model of amino acid composition. 6th International Conference in Code Biology, Friedrichsdorf (Germany) 3–7, June, 2019
  • Kun Á. The role of peptides and the evolution of translation. EvolBiol Day, Szeged (Hungary), 17th April, 2019.
  • Kun Á. Teaching of evolutionary biology in light of the extended synthesis. Darwin day, Budapest, Hungary. 7th, February, 2019. (in Hungarian)
  • Kun Á. The coexistence of RNA replicators and parasites in compartmentalized systems. II. Joint Conference on Evolutionary Biology, Montpellier, France. 18–22 August, 2018
  • Radványi Á. and Kun Á. From RNA world to proteins: A transient era of amino acid coenzymes inferred from protein catalytic centres. II. Joint Conference on Evolutionary Biology, Montpellier, France. 18–22 August, 2018
  • Kun Á. Biological codes and the major evolutionary transitions. Fifth International Conference in Code Biology Granada (Spain), 5–9 June, 2018 [home page]
  • Kun Á. Key steps in the development of the RNA world. Evolutionary Biology Day 2018. Budapest, Hungary, 28th March, 2018 [home page]
  • Kun Á. A korai replikátorok ökológiája. Integrative ecology: from epidemics to land use. Celebration of Hungarian Science, Budapest, 2017. november 16. [presentation]
  • Hubai A. and Kun Á. Three conjectures on the possible role of group selection at the origins of life. SysChem 2017 COST CM1304 meeting, Sopron, Hungary, 11–15, Sept. 2017
  • Radványi Á. and Kun Á. Getting from RNA world to proteins: A notional scenario. SysChem 2017 COST CM1304 meeting, Sopron, Hungary, 11–15, Sept. 2017 [presentation]
  • Kun Á. The coexistence of RNA replicators and parasites in compartmentalized systems. SysChem 2017 COST CM1304 meeting, Sopron, Hungary, 11–15, Sept. 2017 [presentation]
  • Kun Á. Compartmentalization as a prerequisite for the origin of life. Dynamics Days Europe International Conference. Szeged, Hungary, 5–9 June 2017. [presentation]
  • Kun Á. and Szathmáry E. The “code of the codes”: a classification and evaluation of approaches to the origins of the genetic code. 4th International Conference in Code Biology. Kőszeg, Hungary, 22–26 May 2017. [abstracts] [presentation]
  • Hubai A. and Kun Á. The coexistence of independent genes is aided by multilevel selection, but only to a limited extent. Modelling Biological Evolution 2017: Developing Novel Approaches. Leicester, UK, 4–7 April 2017. [abstracts]
  • Kun Á. and Král A. Why animals cooperate? – The insensitivity of the Snowdrift Game to network dynamics. Modelling Biological Evolution 2017: Developing Novel Approaches. Leicester, UK, 4–7 April 2017. [abstracts]
  • Kun Á. The coexistence of RNA replicators and parasites in compartmentalized systems. COST CM1304 WG1 Meeting on Systems Chemistry, Paris, France, 2-3 Feb 2017. [abstracts]
  • Kun Á. The ecology of compartmentalized RNA replicators – The second error threshold. Minisymposium on Thereotical Biology, Utrecht, The Netherland, 21 December, 2016 [presentation]
  • Kun Á. The role of water in the origin of life. Pragmatic Science: Water – Cradle and Life-giver of Humanity. Celebration of Hungarian Science. Miskolc, Hungary, 22nd November, 2016 (in Hungarian)
  • Radványi Á. and Kun Á. From code to translation – What could be the role of the first peptides. 3rd International Conference on Code Biology. Urbino, Italy, 24-28 May, 2016 [abstract / presentation]
  • Kun Á. Inequality can both facilitate and hinder cooperation. Conflic and Cooperation. Kőszeg, Hungary, 23-24th May, 2016. [abstract / presentation]
  • Kun Á. and Szathmáry E. Fitness landscapes of functional RNAs. COST CM1304 Meeting, SysChem 2016. Valtice, Czeh Republic, 8-12. May, 2016. [abstract / presentation]
  • Kun Á. and Scheuring I. Social heterogeneity, multi-level selection and the evolution of cooperation in primates. 6th Synzoological Symposium, Budapest, Hungary, 18th March, 2016.
  • Kun Á. The evolutionary potential of supramolecular systems. COST CM1304 WG1 Meeting on Supramolecular Systems Chemistry, Barcelona, Spain, 29th Feb. - 2nd March, 2016.
  • Kun Á. The Coding Coenzyme Handle Hypothesis revisited. Second International Conference in Code Biology, Jena, Germany, 16-20 June, 2015. [abstract / presentation]
  • Kun Á., Boza G., Szilágyi A., Santos M. and Szathmáry E. Evolution of the division of labor between genes and enzymes in the RNA world. COST CM1304 Meeting, SysChem 2015, Abdij Rolduc, The Netherlands, 19-22 May, 2015. [abstract / presentation]
  • Kun Á. The minimal genome and functionality of a ribo-organism. Modelling Biological Evolution 2015: Linking Mathematical Theories with Empirical Realities, Leicester, UK, April 28 - May 1, 2015 [abstract / presentation]
  • Kun Á Amino-acid cofactors: possible structural AND catalytic roles. COST CM1304 Meeting, RNA and the theory of early evolution. Pullach, Germany, 24-26 November, 2014
  • Kun Á. Local neutral networks help maintain inaccurately replicating ribozymes. COST CM1304 Meeting, RNA and the theory of early evolution. Pullach, Germany, 24-26 November, 2014
  • Kun Á. Evolution of division of labor between genes and enzymes in the RNA world. COST CM1304 Meeting, RNA and the theory of early evolution. Pullach, Germany, 24-26 November, 2014
  • Kun Á. The dynamics of the RNA world: Insights and challenges. COST CM1304 Meeting, RNA and the theory of early evolution. Pullach, Germany, 24-26 November, 2014
  • Kun Á. Constraints in RNA evolution: complementarity and the problem of hybridization. COST CM1304 Meeting, RNA and the theory of early evolution. Pullach, Germany 24-26, November, 2014.
  • Kun Á. Autocatalysis and evolution in metabolic networks. Algorithmic Chemiinformatics, Dagstuhl Seminar 14452. Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany, 2-7 November 2014. [abstract]
  • Oborny B., Kun Á., Hubai A., Benedek V., Englert P. Adaptation to patchy environments by modular growth. European Conference on Complex Systems, Lucca, Italy, 22-26 September 2014
  • Kun Á., Szilágyi A., Könnyű B., Boza G., Zachar I., Szathmáry E. Emergence, coexistence and maintenance of early replicators: Open questions of the RNA world. Cost Action CM 1304 Meeting, SysChem2014, San-Sebastian, Spain, 9-12, June, 2014. [presentation]
  • Hubai A, Kun Á. Information integrating capabilities of the Stochastic Corrector Model (SCM). Cost Action CM 1304 Meeting, SysChem2014, San-Sebastian, Spain, 9-12, June, 2014.
  • Boza G., Kun Á., Scheuring I., Dieckmann U.: The evolution and stability of conditional cooperative behavior with reactive investments strategies. NSFC-IIASA Conference “Evolution of Cooperation”, Beijing, China, 8-12 April 2014
  • Kun Á. and Dieckmann, U.: Resource heterogeneity can facilitate cooperation. NSFC-IIASA Conference “Evolution of Cooperation”, Beijing, China, 8-12 April 2014 [abstract / presentation]
  • Hubai A., Zintzaras, E., Santos, M., Szathmáry E. and Kun Á.: Maximum gene number in SCM. Lake Balaton Meeting on Systems Chemistry, Badacsony, Hungary, May 8-12 2013
  • Szilágyi, A., Kun Á. and Szathmáry E.: RNA structures and the error threshold. COST CM0703 Systems Chemistry Meeting, Crete, Greece, October 23-28, 2011
  • Szilágyi, A., Kun Á. and Szathmáry E.: Evolution of complex metabolism. COST-ESF Systems Chemistry III, Crete, Greece, October 23-28, 2011.
  • Kun Á., Szilágyi, A. Szathmáry E.: RNA structures and the error threshold. ISSOL and Bioastronomy Joint International Conference, Montpelier, France, 3-8, July, 2011.
  • Kun Á., Boza G. and Scheuring I.: Cooperation on changing interaction networks. TECT Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 15-17. September, 2010.
  • Kun Á. and Dieckmann, U.: Resource heterogeneity can facilitate cooperation. TECT Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 15-17. September, 2010.
  • Kun Á., Papp B. and Szathmáry E.: Computational identification of obligatorily autocatalytic replicators embedded in metabolic networks. International Metobolomics Austria, Wien, Austria, 2-3. September, 2010.
  • Kun Á., Papp B. and Szathmáry E. Computational identification of obligatorily autocatalytic replicators embedded in metabolic networks. ECAL2009 10th European Conference on Artificial Life, Budapest, Hungary 14-16 Sept. 2009.
  • Boza G., Kun Á., Scheuring I. and Dieckmann, U. Mutualism and exploitation: A theoretical approach. Hungarian Ecological Congress, Szeged, Hungary 26-28. Aug. 2009.
  • Kun Á., Boza G. and Scheuring I. Evolution of cooperation on changing interaction networks. Hungarian Ecological Congress, Szeged, Hungary 26-28. Aug. 2009.
  • Magyar G., Kun Á., Oborny B., Stuefer, J. Decision-making strategies in spatio-temporally variable environments: when, which plastic specialization is the best? 9th Clonal Plant Workshop, Leuven, Belgium, 1-4. July, 2009.
  • Kun Á. and Boza G.: Cooperation, mutualism and space: differences and similarities. Mutualism, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA, 7-9. May, 2009.
  • Boza G., Kun Á., Scheuring I. and Dieckmann, U.: The evolution and stability of conditional mutualistic interactions: model and reality. Mutualism, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA, 7-9. May, 2009.
  • Kun Á., Papp B. and Szathmáry E. Computational identification of obligatorily autocatalytic replicators embedded in metabolic networks. Biokémiai Vándorgyűlés, Szeged, Hungary. Sept 2008.
  • Papp B., Kun Á. and Szathmáry E.: Autocatalytic replicators embedded in metabolic networks. International Workshop and Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications, Norwich, UK. June, 2008.
  • Kun Á. and Scheuring I.: The Evolution of Density-Dependent Dispersal in a Noisy Spatial Population Model. European Conference on Ecological Modelling, Trieste, Italy. November, 2007.
  • Kun Á. and Scheuring I.: Evolution of cooperation on dynamical graphs. European Conference on Complex Systems, Statellite Conference on "Dynamics on and of Complex Networks", Dresden, Germany. October, 2007. (video lecture)
  • Kun Á., Boza G. and Scheuring I.: Asynchronous snowdrift game with synergistic effect as a model of cooperation. European Conference on Complex Systems, Statellite Conference on "Evolutionary Game Theory", Dresden, Germany. October, 2007.
  • Scheuring I., Kun Á. Boza G., Könnyű B. and Számadó Sz.: Evolution of cooperators on static and dynamic graphs. European Conference on Complex Systems, Statellite Conference on "Evolutionary Game Theory", Dresden, Germany. October, 2007.
  • Kun Á., Papp B. and Szathmáry E.: Idetification of metabolic replicators. "From Molecular Informatics to Bioinformatics", Budapest, Hungary. March, 2007
  • Jakó É., Ittzés P., Szenes Á., Kun Á., Kun A., Szathmáry E. and Pál G.: In silico detection of tRNA sequence features characteristic to synthetase membership. "From Molecular Informatics to Bioinformatics", Budapest, Hungary. March, 2007
  • Kun Á. and Scheuring I.: Asynchronous snowdrift game with synergistic effect as a model of cooperation. 3rd Synzoological Symposia, Budapest. March, 2007.
  • Kun Á. and Scheuring I.: Evolution of density dependent dispersal in a noisy world. VII. Hungarian Ecology Congress, Budapest. September, 2006.
  • Magyar G., Kun Á., Oborny B. and Stuefer J.F.: Division of labour between ramets: costs and benefits in spatially and temporally heterogeneous environments. Clone 2006 - 8th Clonal Plant Workshop, Tartu, Estonia. June 2006.
  • Kun Á., Santos, M. and Szathmáry E.: Real ribozymes suggest a relaxed error threshold. Evolution of Biomolecular Structures, Wien, Austria. May, 2006
  • Kun Á., Santos, M. and Szathmáry E.: Fitness landscapes and error thresholds of real ribozymes. ESF-COST D27 Working Group meeting, Bled, Slovenia. February, 2005
  • Kun Á. and Oborny, B.: Temporal heterogeneity - its effects on the competition of clonal populations. Clone 2003 - 7th Clonal Plant Workshop, Kuusamo, Finland. August, 2003
  • Kun Á. and Oborny B.: The ecology and evolution of physiological integration in heterogenenous environments. 6th Hungarian Ecological Congress, Gödöllo, Hungary. August, 2003
  • Oborny B., Szabó G., Gergely H., Kun Á. and Meszéna G.: Habitat fragmentation and extinction in clonal metapopulations. Clone 2003 - 7th Clonal Plant Workshop, Kuusamo, Finland. August, 2003
  • Oborny B., Meszéna G., Mágori K., Dieckmann, U., Szabó, G., Gergely, H. and Kun, Á.: Sharing a resource in a heterogeneous environment - is it evolutionarily stable? Santa Fe Institute, USA. May, 2003
  • Kun Á., Oborny B., Szabó Gy., and Dieckmann, U.: Intermediate landscape disturbance maximizes metapopulation density. Theoretical biology Workshop, Department of Biophysics, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary. February, 2003
  • Oborny B., Meszéna G., Dieckmann, U., Mágori K. and Kun Á. Falling apart - Can it be adaptive? Santa Fe Institute, USA. April, 2002
  • Oborny B., Meszéna G., Dieckmann, U., Mágori K. and Kun Á. Adaptation to habitat heterogeneity by fragmentation. ESF Conference on "Theoretical Biology of Adaptation", Tihany, Hungary. September, 2001
  • Oborny B., Kun Á. and Meszéna G.: Fine versus coarse-grained perception of habitat heterogeneity. - How does it influence species coexistence? ABUDIV Conference, Tihany, Hungary. August 2001
  • Oborny B., Mágori K., Meszéna G. and Dieckmann, U.: Competition and cooperation between parts of the same organism - An adaptive dynamic model on the evolution of modular growth in plants. Santa Fe Institute, USA. March 2001
  • Oborny, B., Mágori, K., Meszéna, G. and Kun, Á. A step from modularity to clonality - Evolutionary dynamics of module autonomy. Clone 2000 - 6th International Workshop on Clonal Plants, Obergurgl, Austria. August 2000
  • Kun, Á. and Oborny, B.: Competition between integrators and splitters in spatially and temporally heterogeneous habitats. Clone 2000 - 6th International Workshop on Clonal Plants, Obergurgl, Austria. August 2000
  • Oborny, B., Kun, Á., Czárán, T., Meszéna, G. and Mágori, K.: Competition of clonal species for mosaic habitat space. Theoretical Biology in Central Europe, Collegium Budapest Institute for Advanced Study, Budapest, Hungary. November 1999
  • Kun, Á. and Oborny, B.: Environmental heterogeneity and spatial competition in clonal populations - a cellular automata model. Theory and mathematics in biology and medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. June 1999
  • Oborny, B., Kun, Á. and Czárán, T.: Competition of clonal plants for mosaic habitat space - cellular automata simulations. Theory and mathematics in biology and medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. June 1999
  • Oborny, B., Kun, Á. and Czárán, T.: Competition of clonal plants for mosaic habitat space. "Ecological consequences of environmental heterogeneity", Annual Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Sussex, UK. March 1999
  • Kun, Á. and Oborny, B.: The advantage of resource sharing in clonal plants - a Cellular Automata Model. "Pattern and process in ecology" - Szegedian Ecological Days, Szeged, Hungary. November 1998
  • Kun, Á. and Oborny, B.: The effect of clonal integration on clonal dispersal - a cellular automata model. Evolution of dispersal strategies, Department of Biophysics, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary. November 1998
  • Oborny, B., Bokros, S., Kun, Á. and Czárán, T.: Consequences of physiological integration on the spatial organization of clonal populations in heterogeneous habitats. "Clonal plants and environmental heterogeneity: Space, time and scale" - 5th International Clonal Plant Workshop, Bangor, UK. September 1997
  • Oborny, B., Bokros, S. and Kun, Á. Dispersal strategies of plants. 4th Hungarian Ecological Congress, Pécs, Hungary. June 1997
  • Oborny, B., Kun, Á., Bokros, S. and Czárán, T.: Spatial pattern formation in a community of clonal species. Strategies in spatial ecological modelling Workshop, Berlin, Germany. June 1996