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STABILITY OF FEASIBLE PREDATOR-PREY SYSTEMS = STABILITE DES SYSTEMES POSSIBLES PREDATEURS-PROIESGILPIN ME.1975; NATURE; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 254; NO 5496; PP. 137-139; BIBL. 6REF.Article

A MODEL OF THE FUNCTIONAL RESPONSE OF A PREDATOR TO PREY DENSITY INVOLVING THE HUNGER EFFECT = MODELE DE LA REPONSE FONCTIONNELLE DE LA DENSITE DU PREDATEUR PAR RAPPORT A LA PROIE, IMPLIQUANT L'EFFET "FAIM"NAKAMURA K.1974; OECOLOGIA; ALLEM.; DA. 1974; VOL. 16; NO 4; PP. 265-278; BIBL. 12REF.Article

Existence and bifurcation of stable equilibrium in two-prey, one-predator communitiesTAKEUCHI, Y; ADACHI, N.Bulletin of mathematical biology. 1983, Vol 45, Num 6, pp 877-900, issn 0092-8240Article

What they didn't tell you about limit cyclesGILBERT, N.Oecologia. 1985, Vol 65, Num 1, pp 112-113, issn 0029-8549Article

The trade-off between mutual interference and time lags in predator-prey systemsFREEDMAN, H. I; SREE HARI RAO, V.Bulletin of mathematical biology. 1983, Vol 45, Num 6, pp 991-1004, issn 0092-8240Article

AGE STRUCTURE AND STABILITY IN MODELS OF PREY-PREDATOR SYSTEMSSMITH RH; MEAD R.1974; THEOR. POPUL. BIOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 6; NO 3; PP. 308-322; BIBL. 1P.1/2Article

A COMMENT ON PREDATOR-PREY SPECIES PROPORTIONS = COMMENTAIRE SUR LA PROPORTION DES ESPECES DANS UN SYSTEME PREDATEUR-PROIEBARBEHENN KR.1973; AMER. NATURALIST; U.S.A.; DA. 1973; VOL. 107; NO 953; PP. 152-154; BIBL. 4 REF.Serial Issue

A SURVEY OF THE SPARTINAFEEDING INSECTS IN POOLE HARBOUR, DORSET = ETUDE DES INSECTES S'ALIMENTANT DE S. AU PORT DE POOLE, DORSETPAYNE K.1972; ENTOMOLOGIST'S MAG.; G.B.; DA. 1972; VOL. 108; NO 1295-1297; PP. 66-79; BIBL. DISSEM.Serial Issue

STUDIES ON THE ABILITY OF VARIOUS NEMATODES TO INDUCE TRAP FORMATION IN A NEMATODE-TRAPPING FUNGUS MONACROSPORIUM DOEDYCOIDESMONOSON HL; GALSKY AG; STEPHANO RS et al.1974; NEMATOLOGICA; PAYS-BAS; DA. 1974; VOL. 20; NO 1; PP. 96-102; H.T. 1; ABS. ALLEM.; BIBL. 17REF.Article

WHY ARE EMBRYOS SO TASTY = POURQUOI LES EMBRYONS SONT-ILS SI "SAVOUREUX".ORIANS GH; JANZEN DH.1974; AMER. NATURALIST; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 108; NO 963; PP. 581-592; BIBL. 3P.Article

EINE ZWERGTRAPPE, OTIS TETRAX, ALS UHU-BEUTE IN BULGARIEN = UNE O.T., EN TANT QUE PROIE D'UN GRAND-DUC, EN BULGARIEBAUMGART W; STEPHAN B.1972; BEITR. VOGELKDE; DTSCH.; DA. 1972; VOL. 18; NO 5-6; PP. 357-363; BIBL. 16 REF.Serial Issue

GOLDEN EAGLE PREYS ON OSPREY = AQUILA CHRYSAETOS CAPTIVANT PANDION HALIAETUSLAFONTAINE AR; FOWLER JH.1976; ; AUK; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 93; NO 2; PP. 390Article

ON THE BEHAVIOR OF SOLUTIONS OF PREDATOR-PREY EQUATIONS WITH HEREDITARY TERMS.BOWNDS JM; CUSHING JM.1975; MATH. BIOSCI.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 26; NO 1-2; PP. 41-54; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

SPECIES PROPORTIONS, A REPLY = PROPORTION DES ESPECES. REPONSEMOYNIHAN MH.1973; AMER. NATURALIST; U.S.A.; DA. 1973; VOL. 107; NO 953; PP. 155-156; BIBL. 1 REF.Serial Issue

LES MODELES DE VOLTERRA "PREDATEUR-PROIE" ET LEUR GENERALISATION AVEC UTILISATION DU PRINCIPE DE LIEBIGPOLETAEV IA.1973; ZH. OBSHCH. BIOL.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1973; VOL. 34; NO 1; PP. 43-57; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 3 REF.Serial Issue

Survival of ciliate protozoa under starvation conditions and at low bacterial levelsJACKSON, K. M; BERGER, J.Microbial ecology. 1984, Vol 10, Num 1, pp 47-59, issn 0095-3628Article

Square-root models for the Volterra equations and the explicit solution of these modelsARRIGONI, M; STEINER, A.Acta biotheoretica. 1983, Vol 32, Num 2, pp 123-142, issn 0001-5342Article

Effects of perceptual and movement ranges on joint predator―prey distributionsFRAKER, Michael E; LUTTBEG, Barney.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 12, pp 1935-1944, issn 0030-1299, 10 p.Article

Global positive coexistence of a nonlinear elliptic biological interacting modelLIGE LI.Mathematical biosciences. 1989, Vol 97, Num 1, pp 1-15, issn 0025-5564Article

Uniqueness of limit cycles in Gause-type models of predator-prey systemsYANG KUANG; FREEDMAN, H. I.Mathematical biosciences. 1988, Vol 88, Num 1, pp 67-84, issn 0025-5564Article

Parameter estimation techniques for interaction and redistribution models: a predator-prey exampleBANKS, H. T; KAREIVA, P. M; MURPHY, K. A et al.Oecologia. 1987, Vol 74, Num 3, pp 356-362, issn 0029-8549Article

Détermination d'un état de stabilité pour un système prédateur proieGIL', M. I.1984, Vol 45, Num 3, pp 396-399Article

Food-web models that generate constant predator-prey ratiosMITHEN, S. J; LAWTON, J. H.Oecologia. 1986, Vol 69, Num 4, pp 542-550, issn 0029-8549Article

Can vertebrate predators regulate their prey?ERLINGE, S; GORANSSON, G; HOGSTEDT, G et al.The American naturalist. 1984, Vol 123, Num 1, pp 125-133, issn 0003-0147Article

Random predator-prey interactions in a varying environment: extinction or survivalDE, S. S.Bulletin of mathematical biology. 1984, Vol 46, Num 1, pp 175-184, issn 0092-8240Article

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