Fred Adler


C. H. Remien, F. R. Adler, L. A. Chesson, L. O. Valenzuela, J. R. Ehleringer and T. E. Cerling Deconvolution of isotope signals from bundles of multiple Oecologia , 2014.
F. R. Adler and P. S. Kim. Models of contrasting strategies of rhinovirus immune manipulation. Journal of Theoretical Biology , 2013.
C. L. Davis and F. R. Adler. Mathematical models of memory CD8+ T-cell repertoire dynamics in response to viral infections. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology , 75:491--522, 2013.
A. Smith, F. R. Adler, A. S. Perelson, and others. Kinetics of coinfection with influenza A virus and Streptococcus pneumoniae. PLoS Pathogens , 9:e1003238, 2013.
D. J. A. Toth, A. V. Gundlapalli and others, Quantitative models of the dose-response and time course of inhalational anthrax in humans PLoS Pathogens , 9:e1003555, 2013.
S. Bhattacharya and F. R. Adler. A time since recovery model with varying rates of loss of immunity. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology , 74:2810--2819, 2012.
T. G. Liou, F. R. Adler, R. H. Keogh, Y. Li, J. L. Jensen, W. Walsh, K. Packer, T. Clark, H. Carveth, J. Chen, S. L. Rogers, C. Lane, J. Moore, A. Sturrock, R. Paine III, D. R. Cox, and J. R. Hoidal. Sputum biomarkers and the prediction of clinical outcomes in patients with cystic fibrosis. PLoS ONE , 7:e42748, 2012.
C. H. Remien, F. R. Adler, L. Waddoups, T. D. Box, and N. L. Sussman. Mathematical modeling of liver injury and dysfunction after acetaminophen overdose: Early discrimination between survival and death. Hepatology , 56:727--734, 2012.
J. Waite, A. Henry, F. R. Adler, and D. Clayton. Sex-specific effects of an avian malaria parasite on an insect vector: support for the resource limitation hypothesis. Ecology , 93:2448--2455, 2012.
F. R. Adler. The effects of intraspecific density dependence on species richness and species abundance distributions. Theoretical Ecology , 4:153--162, 2011.
G. T. Huynh and F. R. Adler. Alternating host cell tropism shapes the persistence, evolution and coexistence of Epstein--Barr virus infections in human. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology , 73:1754--1773, 2011.
G. T. Huynh and F. R. Adler. Mathematical modeling the age dependence of Epstein-Barr virus associated infectious mononucleosis. Mathematical Medicine and Biology , 29:245--261, 2011.
J. M. C. Pearce-Duvet, M. Moyano, F. R. Adler, and D. H. Feener. Fast food in ant communities: how competing species find resources. Oecologia , 167:229--240, 2011.
A. M. Smith, F. R. Adler, J. L. McAuley, R. N. Gutenkunst, R. M. Ribeiro, J. A. McCullers, and A. S. Perelson. Effect of 1918 PB1-F2 expression on influenza A virus infection kinetics. PLoS Computational Biology , 7:e1001081, 2011.
A. M. Smith, J. A. McCullers, and F. R. Adler. Mathematical model of a three-stage innate immune response to a pneumococcal lung infection. Journal of Theoretical Biology , 276:106--116, 2011.
B. O'Fallon, J. Seger, and F. R. Adler. A continuous-state coalescent and the impact of weak selection on the structure of gene geneaologies. Molecular Biology and Evolution , 27:1162--1172, 2010.
S. R. Proulx and F. R. Adler. The standard of neutrality: still flapping in the breeze? Journal of Evolutionary Biology , 23:1339--1350, 2010.
J. Seger, W. A. Smith, J. J. Perry, J. Hunn, Z. A. Kaliszewska, L. La Sala, L. Pozzi, V. J. Rowntree, and F. R. Adler. Gene genealogies strongly distorted by weakly selected mutations in constant environments. Genetics , 184:529--545, 2010.
M. A. Christman, J. S. Sperry, and F. R. Adler. Testing the 'rare pit' hypothesis for xylem cavitation resistance in three species of Acer. New Phytologist , 182:664--674, 2009.
S. M. Laverty and F. R. Adler. The role of age structure in the persistence of a chronic pathogen in a fluctuating population. Journal of Biological Dynamics , 3:224--234, 2009.
A. M. Smith, F. R. Adler, and A. S. Perelson. An accurate two-phase approximate solution to an acute viral infection model. Journal of Mathematical Biology , 60:711--726, 2009.
C. J. Tanner and F. R. Adler. To fight or not to fight: context-dependent interspecific aggression in competing ants. Animal Behaviour , 77:297--305, 2009.
F. R. Adler and C. A. Clay and E. M. Lehmer. The role of heterogeneity in the persistence and prevalence of Sin Nombre Virus in deer mice. The American Naturalist , 172:855--867, 2008.
F. R. Adler and J. M. C. Pearce-Duvet and M. D. Dearing. How host population dynamics translate into time-lagged prevalence: An investigation of Sin Nombre virus in deer mice. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology , 70:236--252, 2008.


T. G. Liou and F. R. Adler and D. R. Cox and B. C. Cahill. Lung transplantation and survival in children with cystic fibrosis. The New England Journal of Medicine, 357:2143--2152, 2007.



F. R. Adler and E. G. LeBrun and D. H. Feener Jr.. Maintaining diversity in an ant community: Modeling, extending, and testing the dominance-discovery tradeoff. The American Naturalist, 169:323--333, 2007.


F. R. Adler Commentary on Calcagno et al (2006): Coexistence in a metacommunity: the competition-colonization tradeoff is not dead", Ecology Letters, 9:906-909, 2006.


B. O'Fallon and F. R. Adler Stochasticity, complex spatial structure, and the feasibility of the shifting balance theory Evolution, 60:448-459, 2006.


T. G. Liou, F. R. Adler, and D. Huang Use of Lung Transplantation Survival Models to Refine Patient Selection in Cystic Fibrosis American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 171:1053-1059, 2005.


F. R. Adler and H. C. Muller-Landau. When do localized natural enemies increase species richness?", Ecology Letters, 8:438--447, 2005. This is an electronic version of an article published in Ecology Letters: complete citation information for the final version of the paper, as published in the print edition of Ecology Letters, is available on the Blackwell Synergy online delivery service, accessible via the journal's website at http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journals/ele or http://www.blackwell-synergy.com.


F. R. Adler and D. M. Gordon. Optimization, Conflict, and Nonoverlapping Foraging Ranges in Ants", American Naturalist, 162:529--543, 2003.


S. L. Elliot, F. R. Adler, and M. W. Sabelis. How virulent should a parasite be to its vector? Ecology 84:2568--2574, 2003.


A. D. Kay and F. R. Adler. Optimal tempo and defense for consumers of multiple resources. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:701--716, 2003.


F. R. Adler and J. Mosquera. Super- and coinfection: Filling the range. In U. Dieckmann, H. Metz, M. Sabelis, and K. Sigmund, editors, Virulence Management: The Adaptive Dynamics of Pathogen-Host Interactions, pages 138--149. Cambridge University Press, 2002.


K. Chase, D. R. Carrier, F.R. Adler, T. Jarvik, E. A. Ostrander, T. D. Lorentzen, and K.G. Lark. Genetic basis for systems of skeletal quantitative traits: Principal component analysis of the canid skeleton. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 99:9930--9935, 2002.


J. L. Cherry, F. R. Adler, and K. P. Johnson. Islands, equilibria, and speciation. Science, 296:975, 2002.


T. G. Liou, F. R. Adler, B. C. Cahill, S. C. FitzSimmons, D. Huang, J. R. Hibbs, and B. C. Marshall. Priorities for lung transplantation among patients with cystic fibrosis. Journal of the American Medical Association, 287:1525, 2002.


T. Milac, F. R. Adler, and G. R. Smith. Maximal power tests for detecting defects in meiotic recombination. Genetics, 161:1333--1337, 2002.


F. R. Adler, A. de Roos, and S. Richards. Patterns of patch rejection in size-structured populations: Beyond the ideal free distribution and size segregation. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 3:805--827, 2001.


T. G. Liou, F. R. Adler, B. C. Cahill, S. C. FitzSimmons, D. Huang, J. R. Hibbs, and B. C. Marshall. Survival effect of lung transplantation among patients with cystic fibrosis. Journal of the American Medical Association, 286:2683--2689, 2001.


T. G. Liou, F. R. Adler, B. C. Cahill, S. C. FitzSimmons, J. R. Hibbs, and B. C. Marshall. A predictive 5-year survivorship model of cystic fibrosis. American Journal of Epidemiology, 153:345--352, 2001.


F. R. Adler and J. Mosquera. Is space necessary? Interference competition and limits to biodiversity. Ecology, 81:3226--3232, 2000.


J. Cherry and F. R. Adler. How to make a biological switch. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 203:117--133, 2000.


K. J. Johnson, F. R. Adler, and J. Cherry. Evolutionary and phylogenetic predictions of island biogeography. Evolution, 54:387--396, 2000.


F. R. Adler. The balance of terror: An alternative mechanism for competitive tradeoffs and its implications for invading species. American Naturalist, 154:497--509, 1999.


F. R. Adler and D. Grunbaum. Evolution of forager responses to inducible defenses. In C. D. Harvell and R. Tollrian, editors, Ecology and Evolution of Inducible Defenses , pages 259--285. Princeton University Press, 1999.


F. R. Adler and M. Kotar. Departure time versus departure rate: How to forage optimally when you are stupid. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 11:411--421, 1999.


K. Chase, F. R. Adler, K. Miller-Stebbings, and K. G. Lark. Teaching a new dog old tricks: Identifying quantitative trait loci using lessons from plants. Journal of Heredity, 90:43--51, 1998.


J. Sperry, F. R. Adler, G. S. Campbell, and J. C. Comstock. Limitation of plant water use by rhizosphere and xylem conductance: results from a model. Plant, Cell and Environment, 21:347--360, 1998.


F. R. Adler. A model of self-thinning through local competition. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 93:9980--9984, 1996.


K.G. Lark, K. Chase, F.R. Adler, L.M. Mansur, and J.H. Orf. Interactions between quantitative trait loci in soybean in which trait variation at one locus in conditional upon a specific allele at another. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 92:4656--4660, 1995.


J.B. Losos and F.R. Adler. Stumped by trees? a generalized null model for patterns of organismal diversity. American Naturalist, 145:329--342, 1995.


F. R. Adler and R. Karban. Defended fortresses or moving targets? another model of inducible defenses inspired by military metaphors. American Naturalist, 144:813--832, 1994.


F. R. Adler and W. F. Morris. A general test for interaction modifications. Ecology, 75:1552--1559, 1994.


M. Mangel and F.R. Adler. Construction of multidimensional clustered spatial patterns. Ecology, 75:1289--1298, 1994.


F. R. Adler. Migration alone can produce persistence of host-parasitoid models. American Naturalist, 141:642--650, 1993.


F. R. Adler and D. M. Gordon. Information collection and spread by networks of patrolling ants. American Naturalist, 140:373--400, 1992.


F. R. Adler and M. Kretzschmar. Aggregation and stability in parasite-host models. Parasitology, 104:199--205, 1992.



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