The Dynamics Of Four Species Food Web Model With Stage Structure
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AUTHOR(S)
Raid Kamel Naji, Hassan Fadhil Ridha
KEYWORDS
ecology model, stage structure, preypredator model, stability analysis, top predator.
ABSTRACT
In this paper, a food web model involving preypredator system with stage structure in the second level is proposed and studied. The existence, uniqueness and boundedness of the solution of the system are studied. The existence conditions of all possible equilibrium points are determine. The local stability analyses and the regions of global stability of each equilibrium point are investigated. Finally further investigations for the global dynamics of the proposed system are carried out with the help of numerical simulations.
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