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prof. dr hab. Jan Kozłowski

Kierownik Zespołu, czł. koresp. PAN, czł. koresp. PAU
profesor zwyczajny
Ewolucji Strategii Życiowych


Ekologia ewolucyjna

Ewolucja strategii życiowych - modele oparte o optymalne lokowanie zasobów i ich weryfikacja.

Wybrane publikacje

Dańko, M. J., Kozłowski, J., Vaupel1, J. W., Baudisch, A. 2012. Mutation Accumulation May Be a Minor Force in Shaping Life History Traits. Plos ONE 7, e34146.

Czarnoleski, M., Pawlik, K., Olejniczak, P., Kozłowski, J., Lembicz, M. 2012. An endophytic fungus reduces herbivory in its recently colonised grass host: a foodchoice experiment on common voles, weeping alkaligrass and Epichloë typhina. Plant Ecology 213, 1049-1053 .

Czarnoleski, M., Olejniczak, P., Górzyńska, K., Kozłowski, J., Lembicz, M. 2012. Altered allocation to roots and shoots in the endophyte-infected seedlings of Puccinellia distans (Poaceae). Plant1. Biology , doi:10.1111/j.1438-8677.2012.00633.x.

Maciak,  S., Janko, K., Kotusz, J., Choleva, L., Boron, A., Juchno, D., Kujawa, R., Kozłowski, J., Konarzewski, M.  2011. Standard Metabolic Rate (SMR) is inversely related to erythrocyte and genome size in allopolyploid fish of the Cobitis taenia hybrid complex. Functional Ecology , doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2011.01870.x.

Ejsmond, M. J., Wrońska-Pilarek, D., Ejsmond, A., Dragosz-Kluska, D., Karpińska-Kołaczek, M., Kołaczek, P., Kozłowski, J.  2011. Does climate affect pollen morphology? Optimal size and shape
of pollen grains under various desiccation intensity. Ecosphere 2, 1-15.

Walczyńska, A., Dańko, M., Kozłowski, J.  2010. The considerable adult size variability in wood feeders is optimal. Ecological Entomology 35, 16-24; DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2311.2009.01142.x.

Kozłowski, J., Czarnołęski, M., Francois-Krassowska, A., Maciak, S., Pis, T.  2010. Cell size is positively correlated between different tissues in passerine birds and amphibians, but not necessarily in mammals. Biology Letters 6, 792-796 doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2010.0288 .

Ejsmond, M. J., Czarnołęski, M., Kapustka, F., Kozłowski, J.  2010. How to time growth and reproduction during vegetative season: an evolutionary choice for indeterminate growers in seasonal environments. American Naturalist 175, 551-563 DOI: 10.1086/651589.

Czarnoleski, M., Olejniczak, P., Mikołajczak, P., Lembicz, M., Kozłowski, J.  2010. Fungal endophytes protect grass seedlings against herbivory and allow economical seed production. Evolutionary Ecology Research 12, 769-777.

Czarnoleski, M., Kozlowski, J., Lewandowski, K., Müller, T., Stanczykowska, A.  2010. An evolutionary perspective on the geographic and temporal variability of life histories in European zebra mussels. In: The Zebra Mussel in Europe, Gerard van der Velde, Sanjeevi Rajagopal and Abraham bij de Vaate (Eds), Backhuys Publishers, Leiden Margraf Publishers, Weikersheim , 169-182.

Starostova, Z., Kubicka, L., Konarzewski, M., Kozłowski, J., Kratochvil, L.  2009. Cell size but not genome size affects scaling of metabolic rate in eyelid geckos. American Naturalist 174, E-Article, DOI: 10.1086/603610.

Czarnoleski, M., Kozlowski, J., Dumiot, G., Bonnet, J. C., Mallard, J., Dupont-Nivet, M.  2008. Scaling of Metabolism in Helix Aspersa Snails: Changes Through Ontogeny and Response to Selection for Increased Size. Journal of Experimental Biology 211, 391-399.

Argasinski, K., Kozłowski, J.  2008. How to model selectively neutral density dependence in evolutionary games? Theoretical Population Biology 73, 250-256.

Kozłowski, J., Czarnołęski, M.  2007. Temperature-size rule. Can explanation be so simply?  11th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, 20-25 August 2007, Uppsala, Sweden , 368.

Kozłowski, J.  2006. Why life histories are diverse. Polish Journal of Ecology 54, 585-605.

Czarnołęski, Marcin, Kozłowski, Jan, Kubajak, Przemysław, Lewandowski, Krzysztof, Müller1, Tomasz, Stańczykowska, Anna, Surówka, Krzysztof.  2006. Cross-habitat differences in crush resistance and growth pattern of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha): effects of calcium availability and predator pressure. Archive fur Hydrobiologie 165, 191-208.

Płachno, B. J., Adamus, K., Faber, J., Kozlowski, J.  2005. Feeding behaviour of carnivorous Genlisea plants in laboratory. Acta Botanica Gallica 152, 159-164.

Kozłowski, J., Konarzewski, M.  2005. West, Brown and Enquist's model of allometric scaling again: the same questions remain. Functional Ecology 19, 739-743.

Kozłowski, J., Konarzewski, M.  2004. Is West, Brown and Enquist’s model of allometric scaling mathematically correct and biologically relevant? Functional Ecology 18, 283-289.

Kozłowski, J., Czarnołęski, M., Dańko, M.  2004. Can optimal resource allocation models explain why ectotherms grow larger in cold? Integrative & Comparative Biology 44, 480-493.

Kozłowski, J., Konarzewski, M., Gawelczyk, A. T.  2003. Intraspecific body size optimization produces interspecific allometries. In: Macroecology: Concepts and Consequences, T.M. Blackburn & K.J. Gaston (eds.), Blackwell Publishing , 299-320.

Kozłowski, J., Konarzewski, M., Gawelczyk, A. T.  2003. Cell size as a link between noncoding DNA and metabolic rate scaling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 100, 14080-14085.

Czarnołęski, M., Kozłowski, J., Stańczykowska, A.,  Lewandowski, K.  2003. Optimal resource allocation explains growth curve diversity in zebra mussels. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5, 571-587.

Kozłowski, J., Gawelczyk, A. T.  2002. Why are species body size  distributions usually skewed to the right? Functional Ecology 16, 419-432.

Kozłowski, J.  2002. Theoretical and empirical status of Brown, Marquet and Taper's model of species-size distribution. Functional Ecology 16, 540-542.

Kozłowski, J.  2000. Does body size optimization alter the allometries for production and life history traits? In: Scaling in Biology, edited by J. Brown and G. West, Oxford University Press , 237-252.

Janczur, M., Kozłowski, J., Laskowski, R.  2000. Optimal allocation, life history and heavy metal accumulation: A dynamic programming model. In: Demography in Ecotoxicology, edited by E.J. Kammenmga and R. Laskowski, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.  179-197.

Cichoń, M., Kozłowski, J.  2000. Aging and typical survivorship curves result from optimal resource allocation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2, 857-870.

Kozłowski, J., Teriokhin, A. T.  1999. Energy Allocation between Growth and Reproduction: The Pontryagin Maximum Principle Solution for the Case of Age- and Season-Dependent Mortality. Evolutionary Ecology Research 1, 423-441.

Kozłowski, J.  1999. Adaptation: a life history perspective. Oikos 86, 185-194.

Czarnołęski, M., Kozłowski, J.  1998. Do Bertalanffy's growth curves result from optimal resource allocation? Ecology Letters 1, 5-7.

Kozłowski, J., Weiner, J.  1997. Interspecific allometries are byproducts of body size optimization. American Naturalist 149, 352-380.

Kozłowski, J.  1996. Optimal initial size and adult size of animals: consequences for macroevolution and community structure. American Naturalist 147, 101-114.

Kozłowski, J.  1996. Optimal allocation of resources explains interspecific life-history patterns in animals with indeterminate growth. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 263, 559-566.

Kozłowski, J.  1996. Energetic definition of fitness? Yes, but not that one. American Naturalist 147, 1087-1091.

Ziółko, M., Kozłowski, J.  1995. Some optimization models of growth in biology. IEEE Trans. Automat. Contr. 40, 1779-1783.

Kozłowski, J., Janczur, M.  1994. Density-dependent regulation of population number and life-history evolution: Optimization of age at maturity in a simple allocation model for annuals and biennials. Ecological Modelling 73, 81-96.

Kozłowski, J.  1993. Measuring fitness in life-history studies. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 8, 84-85.

Kozłowski, J.  1992. Optimal allocation of resources to growth and reproduction: Implications for age and size at maturity. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 7, 15-19.

Kozłowski, J.  1991. Optimal energy allocation models - an alternative to the concepts of reproductive effort and cost of reproduction. Acta Oecologica 12, 11-33.

Pugliese, A., Kozłowski, J.  1990. Optimal patterns of growth and reproduction for perennial plants with persisting or not persisting vegetative parts. Evolutionary Ecology 4, 75-89.

Konarzewski, M., Lilja, C., Kozłowski, J., Lewonczuk, B.  1990. On the optimal growth of alimentary tract in avian postembryonic development. Journal of Zoology (London) 222, 89-101.

Wołk, E., Kozłowski, J.  1989. Changes of body weight and hematological parameters in the fluctuating population of Apodemus flaviocollis. Acta Theriologica 34, 439-464.

Kozłowski, J., Stearns, S. C.  1989. Hypothesis for the production of excess zygotes: models of bet-hedging and selective abortion. Evolution 43, 1369-1377.

Konarzewski, M., Kozłowski, J., Ziółko, M.  1989. Optimal allocation of energy to growth of the alimentary tract in birds. Functional Ecology 3, 589-596.

Kozłowski, J., Ziółko, M.  1988. Gradual transition from vegetative to reproductive growth is optimal when the maximum rate of reproductive growth is limited. Theoretical Population Biology 34, 118-129.

Kozłowski, J., Wójcik, A.  1987. Accumulation and elimination of orally administred lead in laboratory mice: experimental studies and simple mathematical model. Ekologia Polska 35, 355-371.

Kozłowski, J., Wiegert, R. G.  1987. Optimal age and size at maturity in annuals and perennials with determinate growth. Evolutionary Ecology 1, 231-244.

Kozłowski, J., Uchmański, J.  1987. Optimal individual growth and reproduction in perennial species with indeterminate growth. Evolutionary Ecology 1, 214-230.

Kozłowski, J., Wiegert, R. G.  1986. Optimal allocation of energy to growth and reproduction. Theoretical Population Biology 29, 16-37.

Ziółko, M., Kozłowski, J.  1983. Evolution of body size: an optimization model. Mathematical Biosciences 64, 127-143.

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