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An Eco-epidemiological System with Infected Predator
(IEEE (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/), 2010)
Epidemic is considered as one of the primary causes of species extinction, especially it also can induce populations suffering from Allee effect. Using ordinary differential equation and lattice model, we here explored ...
Spatial structure and distribution simulation of Aphis gossipii Glover population based on GIS
Based on geographic information system (GIS) and geostatistical analysis, this paper studied the spatial structure of Aphis gossipii Glover population in Xiangshan District of Zhongwei City, Ningxia Province, with the ...
The evolution of cooperation on fragmented landscapes: the spatial Hamilton rule
Question: How does habitat destruction affect the evolution of cooperation? Methods: Differential equations of the probabilities for different states in pairwise sites based on the Prisoner’s Dilemma game in a regular ...
Measures, perceptions and scaling patterns of aggregated species distributions
Non-random (aggregated) species distributions arise from habitat heterogeneity and nonlinear biotic processes. A comprehensive understanding of the concept of aggregation, as well as its measurement, is pivotal to our ...
The spread of the Argentine ant: environmental determinants and impacts on native ant communities
The increasing numbers of invasive species have stimulated the study of the underlying causes promoting the establishment and spread of exotic species. We tracked the spread of the highly invasive Argentine ant ...