An application of the Lotka-Volterra model to competition between two lotic grazers
University of Michigan, 2000 - Science - 198 pages
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Utility of the LotkaVolterra model for understanding
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algae algal Batrachospermum benthic biomass biotic interactions bivoltine caddisfly capita effect capita foraging capita time-in-patch capita TIP carrying capacity Coexist Stable Coexist competition coefficients competitive effects competitive equivalence competitive success densities diatoms dry weight early-instar Ecology effect of Goera Elzinga Equation estimated feeding Feminella fifth-instar Glossosoma foraging experiments Gloss wins Gloss Glossosoma and Goera Glossosoma nigrior Go 6 Go Goer Goera larvae Goera stylata Goera wins Goera grazers growth rate Helicopsyche hemispheres herbivore instar-specific interspecific competition intra invertebrates isoclines Kohler and Wiley L-V model laboratory Lamberti larval development late-instar Little Sturgeon River long-term Lotka-Volterra Lotka-Volterra model Michigan streams Michigan trout streams mouthparts multiple regression Neophylax number of conspecifics observed Oecologia overlap parameters periphyton communities periphyton patches phenology population growth possible instar combinations R. L. Lowe showed Stable Coexist Stable stream communities stream periphyton streams Kohler substrates Table target species taxa Trichoptera V-instar wins Gloss wins wins Goera wins