Selected papers

Egilmez, H.I. Morozov A. Yu (2016).  Tri-trophic plankton models revised: importance of space, food web structure and functional response parametrisation. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena 11 (4), 16-33

Adamson, M. W., Morozov, A. Yu, Kuzenkov O. (2016). Quantifying uncertainty in partially specified biological models: how can optimal control theory help us? Proc. R. Soc. London A, 472, 20150627.

Morozov, A.Yu., Kuzenkov, O.A. (2016). Towards developing a general framework for modelling vertical migration in zooplankton. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 405, 17–28.

Morozov A.Yu., Banerjee M., Petrovskii, S.V. (2016). Long-term transients and complex dynamics of a stage-structured population with time delay and the Allee effect. Journal of Theoretical Biology 396, 116-124.

Ryabov, A.B., Morozov, A.Yu. Blasius, B. (2015). Imperfect prey selectivity of predators promotes biodiversity and irregularity in food webs. Ecology Letters 18 (11), 1262-1269

Farkas, J.Z., Morozov, A.Yu. Arashkevich, E.G, Nikishina, A. (2015). Revisiting the stability of spatially heterogeneous predator–prey systems under eutrophication.
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 77 (10), 1886-1908.

Sen, M., Banerjee, M. Morozov, A., (2015). A generalist predator regulating spread of a wildlife disease: exploring two infection transmission scenarios. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena 10 (2), 74-95

Adamson, M. W. and Morozov, A. Yu (2014). Bifurcation analysis of models with uncertain function specification: how should we proceed? Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 76:1218–1240.

Farkas J. and Morozov A.Yu. (2014) Modelling effects of rapid evolution on persistence and stability in structured predator-prey systems. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena, 9(3), 25-44.

Adamson M.W. and Morozov A.Yu. (2014). Defining and detecting structural sensitivity in biological models: developing a new framework. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 9 (6-7), 1815-1848.

Sen, M., Banerjee, M,  Morozov, A. Yu. (2014). Stage-structured ratio-dependent predator–prey models revisited: When should the maturation lag result in systems’ destabilization? Ecological Complexity 19, 23-34.

Morozov A. Yu. (2013). Incorporating complex foraging of zooplankton in models: role of micro and mesoscale processes in macroscale patterns. In Dispersal, Individual Movement and Spatial Ecology: a Mathematical Perspective (eds Lewis M, Maini P, Petrovskii S), 223-259, New York, NY: Springer.

Lewis N.D., Morozov A, Breckels M.N, Steinke M, Codling E.A (2013). Multitrophic Interactions in the Sea: Assessing the Effect of Infochemical-Mediated Foraging in a 1-d Spatial Model. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena, 8, 25-44.

Morozov A, Petrovskii S. (2013) Feeding on Multiple Sources: Towards a Universal Parameterization of the Functional Response of a Generalist Predator Allowing for Switching. PLoS ONE 8(9):e74586.

Morozov A, Pasternak AF, Arashkevich EG (2013) Revisiting the Role of Individual Variability in Population Persistence and Stability. PLoS ONE 8(8): e70576

Cordoleani, F,  Nerini, D., Morozov, A., Gauduchon, M., Poggiale, JC (2013). Scaling up the predator functional response in heterogeneous environment: When Holling type III can emerge? Journal of Theoretical Biology 336, 200-208.

Adamson, M. W. and Morozov, A. Yu (2012). When can we trust our model predictions? Unearthing structural sensitivity of biological models. Proc. R. Soc. London A, in press

Cordoleani F., Nerini D., Gauduchon M., Morozov A., Poggiale J-C. (2012). Structural sensetivity of biological models revisited. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 283, 82-91.

Sen M., Banerjee M., Morozov A.Yu. (2012). Bifurcation analysis of a ratio-dependent model with the Allee effect. Ecological Complexity, 11:12-27

Morozov A.Yu. and Best A. (2012) Predation on infected host promotes evolutionary branching of virulence and pathogens' biodiversity. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 307: 29-36

Adamson, M. W. and Morozov, A. Yu 2012. Revising the Role of Species Mobility in Maintaining Biodiversity in Communities with Cyclic Competition. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 74, 2004-2031.

Morozov A.Yu., Sen M., Banerjee M. (2012). Top-down control in a patchy environment: revisiting the stabilizing role of food-dependent predator dispersal.  Theoretical Population Biology, 81: 9-19

Morozov, A. Yu. Revealing the role of predator-dependent disease transmission in the epidemiology of a wildlife infection: a model study. Theoretical Ecology 5 (4), 517-532

Cordoleani F., Nirini D., Gauduchon M., Morozov A.Yu., Poggiale J.-C. (2011). Structural sensitivity of biological models revisited.  Journal of Theoretical Biology, 283: 82-91

Morozov A.Yu, Adamson M. W. (2011). Evolution of virulence driven by predator-prey interaction: possible consequences for population dynamics. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 276: 181-191

Morozov A. Yu., Arashkevich E.G., Nikishina A., Solovyev K. (2010). Nutrient-rich plankton communities stabilized via predator-prey interactions: revisiting the role of vertical heterogeneity. Mathematical Medicine and Biology

Morozov A. Yu. (2010) Emergence of Holling type III zooplankton functional response: Bringing together field evidence and mathematical modelling. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 265: 45-54

Morozov A. Yu., Arashkevich E.G. (2010). Towards a correct description of zooplankton feeding in models: taking into account food-mediated unsynchronized vertical migration. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 262: 346-360

Morozov A. Yu., Petrovskii S. (2009). Excitable dynamics, biological control failre and spatiotemporal pattern formation in a model ecosystem. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 71; 863-887

Petrovskii S., Morozov A. Yu. (2009). Dispersal in statistically structured population: fat tails revisited. American Naturalist, 173:278-289. See also Electronic Appendix

Morozov A. Yu., Arashkevich E. G., Reigstad M. R. and Falk-Petersen S. (2008). Influence of spatial heterogeneity on the type of zooplankton functional response: a study based on field observations. Deep Sea Research II, 55, 2285-2291

Morozov A., Bai-Lian Li and Ruan S. (2008). Patterns of patchy spread in multispecies reaction-diffusion Models. Ecological Complexity, 5: 313-328

Morozov A. Yu., Arashkevich E.G. (2008). Emergence of sigmoidal trophic response in plankton models with vertical migration. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena, 3:131-148

Morozov A., Bai-Lian Li. (2008) Abundance patterns in multi-species communities exposed to habitat destruction. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 251:593-605

Morozov A. Yu. and Bai-Lian Li (2007). On the importance of dimensionality of space in models of space-mediated population persistence. Theoretical Population Biology, 71: 278-289

Morozov, A.Yu., S.V. Petrovskii, and Bai-Lian Li (2006). Spatiotemporal complexity of the patchy invasion in a predator-prey system with the Allee effect. Journal of Theoretical Biology 238: 18-35

Petrovskii S. V., Morozov A. Yu., Bai-Lian Li (2005). Regimes of biological invasions in a predator-prey system with the Allee effect. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 67: 637-661

Medvinsky A. B., Morozov A. Yu. Velkov V.V., Bai-Lian Li, sokolov M.S. and Malchow H. (2004). Modeling of invasion of recessive Bt-resistant insects: an impact of transgenic plants. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 231, 121-127

Morozov, A.Yu., S.V. Petrovskii, and Bai-Lian Li (2004). Bifurcation, chaos and intermittency in the predator-prey system with th Allee effect. Proc. R. Soc. London B., 271 1407-1414

Petrovskii, S.V., Morozov, A.Yu. and Venturino E. (2002). Allee effect makes possible patchy invasion in predator-prey system. Ecology Letters, 5, 345-352.

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