Segregation Structures of Competing Species Mediated by a Diffusive Predator
It has been suggested that, in some circumstances, predation may tend to increase species diversity in competitive communities, which is the so called predator-mediated coexistence hypothesis.
KeywordsEquilibrium Point Hopf Bifurcation Prey Species Solution Branch Bifurcation Curve
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