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Emergence of weak-intransitive competition through adaptive diversification and eco-evolutionary feedbacks
(British Ecological Society, 2018)
1. Indirect biotic interactions—such as intransitive competition—are increasingly recognized as being important in shaping ecological patterns in natural systems. Over long time-scales, such indirect interactions may ...
Modelling coevolution in ecological networks with adaptive dynamics
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018)
Coevolution can impose density‐dependent selection through reciprocal biotic interactions on the fitness of involved species, driving directional and disruptive trait evolution and rich evolutionary possibilities. Coevolution ...
Continuously stable strategy of pathogen evolution in a classic epidemiological SIR model
(Oriprobe Information Services, Inc, 2018)
Using the framework of adaptive dynamics, here a classic susceptible-infected-recovery (SIR) host- pathogen model was considered to explore the evolutionary dynamics of pathogen virulence. Both transmission rate and recovery ...