Deterministic mathematical models in population ecology
Single-species growth; Pedration and parasitism; Predador-prey systems; Lotka-volterra systems for predator-prey interactions; Intermediate predator-prey models; Continous models; Discrete models; The kolmogorov model; Related topics and applications; Related topics; Aplications; competition and cooperation (symbiosis); Lotka-volterra competition models; Higher-oder competition models; cooperation (symbiosis); Pertubation theory; The implicit function theorem; Existence and Uniqueness of solutions of ordinary differential equations; Stability and periodicity; The poincare-bendixon theorem; The hopf bifurcation theorem.
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Predation and Parasitism
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