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Anderson, W. W., 1971, Genetic equilibrium and population growth under density- regulated selection: American Naturalist, v. 105, p. 489-498.

Andrewartha, H. G., 1961, Introduction to the Study of Animal Populations: London, Methuen, 281 p.

---, 1963, Density dependence in the Australian thrips: Ecology, v. 44, p. 218- 220.

Andrewartha, H. G., and Birch, L. C., 1953, The Lotka-Volterra theory of interspecific competition: Aust. Journal Zoology, v. 1, p. 174-177.

---, 1954, The Distribution and Abundance of Animals: Chicago, Illinois, University of Chicago Press, 782 p.

Appleman, P., 1965, The Silent Explosion: Boston, Beacon.

Ashmole, N. P., 1963, The regulation of numbers of tropical ocean birds: Ibis, v. 103b, p. 458-473.

Ayala, F. J., 1968, Genotype, environment, and population numbers: Science, v. 162, p. 1453-1459.

---, 1977, The Genetic Structure of Populations, in Dobzhansky, T., Ayala, F. J., Stebbins, G. L., and Valentine, J. W., eds., Evolution: San Francisco, California, W.H. Freeman & Co., p. 20-56.

Bajema, C. J., 1971, Natural Selection in Human Populations, the Measurement of Ongoing Genetic Evolution in Contemporary Societies: New York, Wiley, 406 p.

Baker, H. G., 1970, Evolution in the tropics: Biotropica, v. 2, p. 101-111.

Baker, J. R., 1938, The Evolution of Breeding Systems, in Evolution, Essays presented to E.S. Goodrich: Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Bartlett, M. S., 1960, Stochastic Population Models in Ecology and Epidemiology: London, Methuen, 90 p.

Bertalanffy, L., 1957, Quantitative laws in metabolism and growth: Quarterly Review of Biology, v. 32, p. 217-231.

Beverton, R. J. H., and Holt, S. J., 1957, On the dynamics of exploited fish populations: Great Brit. Min. Agr. Fish, Food, Fish. Invest., v. 19, p. 1- 533; Series 2.

Birch, L. C., 1948, The intrinsic rate of natural increase of an insect population: Journal of Animal Ecology, v. 16, p. 15-26.

---, 1953, Experimental background to the study of the distribution and abundance of insects. III. The relations between innate capacity for increase and survival of different species of beetles living together on the same food: Evolution, v. 7, p. 136-144.

---, 1957, The meanings of competition: American Naturalist, v. 91, p. 5-18.

Birch, L. C., and Ehrlich, P. R., 1967, Evolutionary History and Population Biology: Nature, v. 214, p. 349-352.

Blair, W. F., 1960, The Rusty Lizard. A Population Study: Austin, Texas, University of Texas Press, 185 p.

Bogue, D. J., 1985, Population, in Encyclopedia Americana: Danbury, Connecticut, Grolier, v. 22, p. 402-408.

Borgstrom, G., 1969, Too Many, a Story of Earth's Biological Limitations: New York, Macmillan.

Brooks, G. R., Jr., 1967, Population ecology of the ground skink, Lygosoma laterale (Say): Ecological Monographs, v. 37, p. 71-87.

Brown, J. L., 1969, Territorial behavior and population regulation in birds: Wilson Bulletin, v. 81, p. 293-329.

Charlesworth, B., 1971, Selection in density-regulated populations: Ecology, v. 52, p. 469-474.

Chitty, D., 1960, Population processes in the vole and their relevance to general theory: Canadian Journal of Zoology, v. 38, p. 99-113.

---, 1967, The natural selection of self-regulatory behavior in animal populations: Proceedings of the Ecological Society of Australia, v. 2, p. 51-78.

---, 1967, What regulates bird populations?: Ecology, v. 48, p. 698-701.

Christian, J. J., and Davis, D. E., 1964, Endocrines, behavior, and populations: Science, v. 146, p. 1550-1560.

Clark, L. R., Geier, P. W., Hughes, R. D., and Morris, R. F., 1967, The Ecology of Insect Populations in Theory and Practice: London, Methuen, 232 p.

Cole, L. C., 1951, Population cycles and random oscillations: Journal of Wildlife Management, v. 15, p. 233-251.

---, 1954, Some features of random cycles: Journal of Wildlife Management, v. 18, p. 2-24.

---, 1954, The population consequences of life history phenonema: Quarterly Review of Biology, v. 29, p. 103-137.

---, 1965, Dynamics of Animal Population Growth, in Sheps, M. C., and Ridley, J. C., eds., Public Health and Population Change: Pittsburgh, Penn., University of Pittsburgh Press, p. 221-241.

Davidson, J., and Andrewartha, H. G., 1948, Annual trends in a natural population of Thrips imaginis (Thysanoptera): Journal of Animal Ecology, v. 17, p. 193-222.

Dawson, P. S., and King, C. E., 1971, Readings in Population Biology: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall.

Dayton, P. K., 1971, Competition, disturbance and community organization: the provision and subsequent utilization of space in a rocky intertidal community: Ecological Monographs, v. 41, p. 351-389.

Deevey, E. S., 1960, Population: Scientific American, v. 203, no. 5, p. 194-204.

Deevey, E. S., Jr., 1947, Life tables for natural populations of animals: Quarterly Review of Biology, v. 22, p. 283-314.

Diamond, J. M., 1969, Avifaunal equilibria and species turnover rates on the channel islands of California: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 64, p. 57-63.

Ehrilch, P. R., and Erhlich, A. H., 1970, Population, resources, environment: issues in human ecology: San Francisco, Freeman, 383 p.

Ehrlich, P. R., and Birch, L. C., 1967, "The balance of nature" and "population control": American Naturalist, v. 101, p. 97-107.

Elton, C. S., 1942, Voles, mice and lemmings: problems in population dynamics: London, England, Oxford University Press, 496 p.

---, 1958, The ecology of invasions by animals and plants: London, England, Methuen, 181 p.

Erhlich, P. R., and Raven, P. H., 1969, Differentiations in populations: Science, v. 165, p. 1228-1231.

Erlich, P., and Birch, L. C., 1967, Evolutionary history and population biology: Nature, v. 214, p. 349-352.

Wilson, E. O., and Bossert, W. H., 1971, A Primer of Population Biology: Sunderland, Mass., Sinauer.

Wright, S., 1931, Evolution in Mendelian populations: Genetics, v. 16, p. 97- 159.

---, 1968-1978, Evolution and the Genetics of Populations. A Treatise in Four Volumes: Chicago, Illinois, University of Chicago Press.

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