Lecca, P., Laurenzi, I. and Jordán, F. 2013. Deterministic versus stochastic modeling in biochemistry and systems biology. Woodhead Publishing, Philadelphia, USA, pp. 376.
Jordán F., Scotti M. and Lencioni V. (eds), 2011. Ecological hierarchy from the genes to the biosphere. Book of Abstracts, 7th European Conference on Ecological Modelling, 30 May - 2 June 2011, Riva del Garda (Trento, Italy). 151 pp.
Jordán, F. and Jörgensen, S.E. (Eds.) 2012. Models of the ecological hierarchy from molecules to the ecosphere. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
Jordán, F. 2005. Topological constraints on the dynamics of wasp-waist ecosystems. In: Velikova, V. and Chipev, N. (Eds.): Large-scale disturbances (regime shifts) and recovery in aquatic ecosystems: challenges for management towards sustainability. UNESCO-Roste/BAS, pp. 58-67.
Jordán, F. 2007. Topology and vulnerability of the London underground system. In: Friemel, T. N. (Ed.), Applications of Social Network Analysis, UVK Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Konstanz, pp. 153-161.
Kun, Á., Pongor, S., Jordán, F. and Szathmáry, E. 2007. Catalytic propensity of amino acids and the origins of the genetic code and proteins. In: Barbieri, M. (Ed.), Codes of Life, pp. 39-58, Springer Verlag, Berlin.
Jordán, F. 2008. Network analysis: linking parts to the whole in nature and society. In: Sagarin, R. and Taylor, T. (Eds.): Natural Security – a Darwinian Approach to a Dangerous World, University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 240-260.
Jordán, F., Baranyi, G. and Ciocchetta, F. 2010. A hierarchy of networks spanning from individual organisms to ecological landscapes. In: Estrada, E. et al. (eds.), Network Science: Complexity in Nature and Technology, pp. 165-184, Springer Verlag, Berlin.
Jordán, F. 2011. Maintaining connectivity: topological considerations on landscape digraphs. In: Liu, J. et al. (Eds.): Sources, Sinks, and Sustainability across Landscapes, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 258-272.
Jordán, F., Livi, C.M. and Lecca, P. 2012. Structural and dynamical heterogeneity in ecological networks. In: Systemic Approaches in Bioinformatics and Computational Systems Biology: Recent Advances, Lecca, P., Tulpan, D. and Rajaraman, K. (eds.), IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp. 141-162.
Navia, A.F., Cortes, E., Jordán, F., Cruz-Escalona, V. and Mejia-Falla, P. 2012. Changes to marine food webs caused by fishing. InTech Publisher, 417-452.
Jordán, F. and Molnár, I. 1999. Reliable flows and preferred patterns in food webs. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 1:591-609.
Jordán, F., Takács-Sánta, A. and Molnár, I. 1999. A reliability theoretical quest for keystones. Oikos, 86:453-462.
Jordán, F. 2000. A reliability-theory approach to corridor design. Ecological Modelling, 128:211-220.
Jordán, F. 2000. Is the role of trophic control larger in a stressed ecosystem? Community Ecology, 1:139-146.
Jordán, F. 2001. Seasonal changes in the positional importance of components in the trophic flow network of the Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Marine Systems, 27:289-300.
Szathmáry, E., Jordán, F. and Pál, Cs. 2001. Can genes explain biological complexity? Science (Perspective), 292:1315-1316.
Jordán, F. 2001. Trophic fields. Community Ecology, 2:181-185.
Jordán, F., Scheuring, I. and Vida, G. 2002. Species positions and extinction dynamics in simple food webs. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 215:441-448.
Jordán, F. and Scheuring, I. 2002. Searching for keystones in ecological networks. Oikos, 99:607-612.
Jordán, F., Scheuring, I. and Molnár, I. 2003. Persistence and flow reliability in simple food webs. Ecological Modelling, 161:117-124.
Jordán, F., Báldi, A., Orci, K.M., Rácz, I. and Varga, Z. 2003. Characterizing the importance of habitat patches and corridors in maintaining the landscape connectivity of a Pholidoptera transsylvanica (Orthoptera) metapopulation. Landscape Ecology, 18:83-92.
Jordán, F., Liu, W.-C. and van Veen, F.J.F. 2003. Quantifying the importance of species and their interactions in a host-parasitoid community. Community Ecology, 4:79-88.
Jordán, F. 2003. Comparability: the key to the applicability of food web research. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 1:1-18.
Jordán, F. 2003. On the functional trophic height of whiting. Ecological Indicators, 3:223-225.
Jordán, F. and Scheuring, I. 2004. Network Ecology: topological constraints on ecosystems dynamics. Physics of Life Reviews, 1:139-172.
Jávor, B., Jordán, F. and Török, J. 2005. A comparative sink web analysis of two birds in two habitats: trophic structure, functionality, aggregation and system-level indication. Community Ecology, 6:13-22.
Jordán, F., Liu, W.-C. and Wyatt, T. 2005. Topological constraints on the dynamics of wasp-waist ecosystems. Journal of Marine Systems, 57:250-263.
Jordán, F., Liu, W.-C. and Davis, A.J. 2006. Topological keystone species: measures of positional importance in food webs. Oikos, 112:535-546.
Jordán, F., Scheuring, I., Vasas, V. and Podani, J. 2006. Architectural classes of aquatic food webs based on link distribution. Community Ecology, 7:81-90.
Vasas, V. and Jordán, F. 2006. Topological keystone species in ecological interaction networks: considering link quality and non-trophic effects. Ecological Modelling, 196:365-378.
Jordán, F. and Wyatt, T. 2006. A graph theory examination of the global spreading hypothesis. African J. Marine Science, 28:371-374.
Field, B., Jordán, F. and Osbourne, A. 2006. Tansley Review: First encounters – Deployment of defense-related natural products by plants. New Phytologist, 172:193-207.
Liu, W-C., Lin, W.H., Davis, A. J., Jordán, F., Yang, H.T. and Hwang, M.J. 2007. A network perspective on the topological importance of enzymes and their phylogenetic conservation. BMC Bioinformatics, 8:121.
Vasas, V., Lancelot, C., Rousseau, V. and Jordán, F. 2007. Eutrophication and overfishing in temperate nearshore pelagic food webs: a network perspective. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 336:1-14.
Jordán, F., Benedek, Zs. and Podani, J. 2007. Quantifying positional importance in food webs: a comparison of centrality indices. Ecological Modelling, 205:270-275.
Benedek, Zs., Jordán, F. and Báldi, A. 2007. Topological keystone species complexes in ecological interaction networks. Community Ecology, 8:1-8.
Scotti, M., Podani, J. and Jordán, F. 2007. Weighting, scale dependence and indirect effects in ecological networks: a comparative study. Ecological Complexity, 4:148-159.
Jordán, F., Magura, T., Tóthmérész, B., Vasas, V. and Ködöböcz, V. 2007. Carabids (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in a forest patchwork: a connectivity analysis of the Bereg Plain landscape graph. Landscape Ecology, 22: 1527-1539.
Jordán, F. 2008. Predicting target selection by terrorists: A network analysis of the 2005 London underground attacks. International Journal for Critical Infrastructures, 4: 206-214.
Wey, T., Blumstein, D.T, Shen, W. and Jordán, F. 2008. Social network analysis of animal behaviour: a promising tool for the study of sociality. Animal Behaviour, 75: 333-344.
Jordán, F., Okey, T.A., Bauer, B. and Libralato, S. 2008. Identifying important species: a comparison of structural and functional indices. Ecological Modelling, 216: 75-80.
Chen, H.W., Liu, W.C., Davis, A.J., Jordán, F., Hwang, M.J. and Shao, K.T. 2008. Network position of hosts in food webs and their parasite diversity. Oikos, 117: 1847-1855.
Bhadra, A., Jordán, F., Sumana, A., Deshpande, S. and Gadagkar, R. 2009. A comparative social network analysis of wasp colonies and classrooms: linking network structure to functioning. Ecological Complexity, 6: 48-55.
Jordán, F. 2009. Keystone species in food webs. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London, series B, 364:1733-1741.
Vasas, V., Magura, T., Jordán, F. and Tóthmérész, B. 2009. Graph theory in action: evaluating planned highway tracks based on connectivity measures of a fragmented forest landscape. Landscape Ecology, 24:581-586.
Jordán, F., Liu, W.-C. and Mike, Á. 2009. Trophic field overlap: a new approach to quantify keystone species. Ecological Modelling, 220:2899-2907.
Jordán, F. and Osváth, Gy. 2009. The sensitivity of food web topology to temporal data aggregation. Ecological Modelling, 220:3141-3146.
Móréh Á., Jordán, F., Szilágyi, A. and Scheuring, I. 2009. Overfishing and regime shifts in minimal food web models. Community Ecology, 10:236-243.
Jordán, F. 2009. Children in time: community organisation in social and ecological systems. Current Science, 97:1579-1585.
Valentini, R. and Jordán, F. 2010. CoSBiLab Graph: the network analysis module of CoSBiLab. Environmental Modelling and Software, 25:886-888.
Scotti, M. and Jordán, F. 2010. Relationships between centrality indices and trophic positions in food webs. Community Ecology, 11:59-67.
Orlóci, L., Podani, J. and Jordán, F. 2010. Community Ecology: ten years are gone. Editorial. Community Ecology, 11:1-4.
Mazza, T., Romanel, A. and Jordán, F. 2010. Estimating the divisibility of complex biological networks by sparseness indices. Briefings in Bioinformatics, 3:364-374.
Nguyen, T.P. and Jordán, F. 2010. A quantitative approach to study indirect effects among disease proteins in the human protein interaction network. BMC Systems Biology, 4:103.
Bauer, B., Jordán, F. and Podani, J. 2010. Node centrality indices in food webs: rank orders versus distributions. Ecological Complexity, 7:471-477.
Liu, W.C., Chen, H.-W., Jordán, F., Lin, W.-H. and Liu, W.-J. 2010. Quantifying the interaction structure and the topological importance of species in food webs: a signed digraph approach. J. Theor. Biol., 267:355-362.
Benedek, Zs., Nagy, A., Rácz, I.A., Jordán, F., and Varga, Z. 2011. Landscape metrics as indicators: quantifying habitat network changes of a bush-cricket Pholidoptera transsylvanica in Hungary. Ecological Indicators, 11:930-933.
Kahramanogullari, O., Lynch, J. and Jordán, F. 2011. CoSBi LIME: a language interface for stochastic dynamical modelling in ecology. Evironmental Modelling and Software, 26:685-687.
Baranyi, G., Saura, S., Podani, J. and Jordán, F. 2011. Contribution of habitat patches to network connectivity: redundancy and uniqueness of topological indices. Ecological Indicators, 11:1301-1310.
Livi, C.M., Jordán, F., Lecca, P. and Okey, T.A. 2011. Identifying key species in ecosystems with stochastic sensitivity analysis. Ecological Modelling, 222:2542-2551.
Nguyen, T.P., Liu, W.C. and Jordán, F. 2011. Inferring pleiotropy by network analysis: linked diseases in the human PPI network. BMC Systems Biology, 5:179.
Jordán, F., Scotti, M. and Priami, C. 2011. Process algebra-based models in systems ecology. Ecological Complexity, 8:357-363.
Kahramanoğullari, O., Jordán, F. and Priami, C. 2012. Composability: perspectives in ecological modeling. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6479:136-148.
Jordán, F., Gjata, N., Shu Mei and Yule, C.M. 2012. Simulating food web dynamics along a gradient: quantifying human influence. PLoS ONE 7(7): e40280.
Lai, S.M., Liu, W.C., and Jordán, F. 2012. On the centrality and uniqueness of species from the network perspective. Biology Letters, 8:570-573.
Gjata, N., Scotti, M. and Jordán, F. 2012. The strength of simulated indirect interaction modules in a real food web. Ecological Complexity, 11:160-164.
Jordán, F. and Scotti, M. 2012. From C:P ratios to polar meta-ecosystems. Editorial. Ecological Modelling, special issue, 245:1-2.
Vaggi, F., Dodgson, J., Bajpai, A., Chessel, A., Jordán, F., Sato, M., Carazo-Salas, R.E. and Csikász-Nagy, A. 2012. Linkers of cell polarity and cell cycle regulation in the fission yeast protein interaction network. PLoS Computational Biology, 8(10): e1002732.
Jordán, F., Nguyen, T.P. and Liu, W.C. 2012. Studying protein-protein interaction networks: a systems view on disease. Briefings in Functional Genomics, els035.
Scotti, M., Gjata, N., Livi, C.M. and Jordán, F. 2012. Dynamical effects of weak trophic interactions in a stochastic food web simulation. Community Ecology, 13:230-237.
Ortiz, M., Levins, R., Campos, L., Berrios, F., Campos, F., Jordán, F., Hermosillo, B., Gonzalez, J. and Rodriguez, F. 2013. Identifying keystone trophic groups in benthic ecosystems: implications for fisheries management. Ecological Indicators, 25:133-140.
Bhadra, A. and Jordán, F. 2013. Cryptic successors unrevealed even by network analysis: A comparative study of two paper wasp species. Network Biology, 3: 54-66.
Sridhar, H., Jordán, F., Shanker, K. 2013. Species importance and resilience in a heterospecific foraging association network. Oikos, 122: 1325-1334.
Nieto-Navarro, J.T., Zetina-Rejón, M., Arreguín-Sánchez, F., Palacios-Salgado, D.S. and Jordán, F. 2013. Seasonal changes in fish assemblages of soft bottom habitats along the eastern coast of the mouth of the Gulf of California. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 29: 1-7.
Scotti, M., Ciocchetta, F. and Jordán, F. 2013. Social and landscape effects on food webs: a multi-level network simulation model. Journal of Complex Networks, 1: 1-23.
Jordán, F. and Báldi, A. 2013. Systems-based conservation and the odd conflicts between species-protection programmes. Web Ecology, 13: 1-5.
Podani, J., Jordán, F., Schmera, D. 2014. New insights into the architecture of bipartite (interaction) ecological networks. Journal of Complex Networks, 2: 168-186.
Jordán, F., Scotti, M., Mike, Á. and Ortiz, M. 2014. Strong asymmetry indicating causality in food web simulations. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 512: 89-98.
Lai, S.M., Liu, W.C., and Jordán, F. 2015. A trophic overlap-based measure for species uniqueness in ecological networks. Ecological Modelling, 299: 95-101.
Nunn, C.L., Jordán, F., McCabe, C.M., Verdolin, J., Fewell, J. 2015. Parasitism and group size: it is more than just a numbers game. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London, series B, 370:.
Ortiz, M., Rodriguez-Zaragosa, F., Hermosillo-Nunez, B. and Jordán, F. 2015. Control strategy scenarios for the alien lionfish Pterois volitans in Chinchorro Bank (Mexican Caribbean) based on semi-quantitative loop network analysis. PloS ONE, 10(6)e0130261.
Losapio, G., Jordán, F., Caccianiga, M., Gobbi, M. 2015. Structure-dynamic relationship of plant-insect networks along a primary succession gradient on a glacier foreland. Ecological Modelling, 314:73-79.
Praveen, P., Jordán, F., Priami, C. and Morine, M.J. 2015. The role of breastfeeding in infant immune system: a systems perspective on the intestinal microbiome. Microbiome, 3:41.
Jordán, F., Lauria, M., Scotti, M., Nguyen, T.P., Praveen, P., Morine, M. and Priami, C. 2015. Diversity of key players in the microbial ecosystems of the human body. Nature Scientific Reports, 5:15920.
Scotti, M. and Jordán, F. 2015. The structural importance of less abundant species in Prince William Sound food web. Isr. J. Ecol. Evol., 61:77-89.
Jordán, F. 2016. How can mature ecosystems become educated? Trends Ecol. Evol., 31: 893-894.
Jordán, F., Sciarpetti, G. and Liu, W-C. 2016. Carbon flows and interaction strength in aquatic food web models. Life and Environment, 66: 325-331.
Patonai, K. and Jordán, F. 2017. Aggregation of incomplete food web data may help to suggest sampling strategies. Ecological Modelling, 352:77-89.
Pereira, J., Saura, S. and Jordán, F. 2017. Single-node versus multi-node centrality in landscape graph analysis: key habitat patches and their protection for twenty birds in NE Spain. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12783.
Pereira, J. and Jordán, F. 2017. Multi-node selection of patches for protecting habitat connectivity: fragmentation versus reachability. Ecological Indicators, 81:192-200.
Ortiz, M., Hermosillo-Nuñez, B., González, J., Rodríguez-Zaragoza, F., Gómez, I., Jordán, F. 2017. Quantifying keystone species complexes: ecosystem-based conservation management in the King George Island (Antarctic Peninsula). Ecological Indicators, 81:453–460.
Somajita, P., Jordán, F. and Nagendra, H. 2017. Communication networks and performance of four New Delhi city parks. Sustainability, 9:1551.