Segregation Structures of Competing Species Mediated by a Diffusive Predator
Part of the Lecture Notes in Biomathematics book series (LNBM, volume 71)
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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