author={G. Hutchinson},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  • G. Hutchinson
  • Published 1948
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Theoretical ecology as etiological from the start.
  • J. Donhauser
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • Studies in history and philosophy of biological and biomedical sciences
  • 2016
Through discussion of key moments in the genesis of the theoretical branch of ecology, this essay elucidates a general heuristic role of teleological metaphors in ecological research and defuses certain enduring confusions about work in ecology. Expand
Inside Dynamics of Delayed Traveling Waves
The notion of inside dynamics of traveling waves has been introduced in the recent paper [14]. Assuming that a traveling wave u (t,x ) = U (x  − c    t ) is made of several components υ i  ≥ 0 (i  ∈Expand
Hopf Bifurcation in a Diffusive Logistic Equation with Mixed Delayed and Instantaneous Density Dependence
A diffusive logistic equation with mixed delayed and instantaneous density dependence and Dirichlet boundary condition is considered. The stability of the unique positive steady state solution andExpand
Stability and Hopf bifurcation in a diffusive logistic population model with nonlocal delay effect
Abstract A reaction–diffusion model with logistic type growth, nonlocal delay effect and Dirichlet boundary condition is considered, and combined effect of the time delay and nonlocal spatialExpand
Approximating the Stability Region for a Differential Equation with a Distributed Delay
We discuss how distributed delays arise in biological models and review the literature on such models. We indicate why it is important to keep the distributions in a model as general as possible. WeExpand
Theories of Populations in Biological Communities
Analytical approximation solution for logistic delay differential equation
Although the non-linear analytical techniques are fast developing, they still do not entirely satisfy mathematicians and engineers. Many researchers have conducted the study to find the analyticalExpand
Age Groups in Hutchinson Equations
  • S. D. Glyzin
  • Computer Science
  • Automatic Control and Computer Sciences
  • 2019
The dynamics of a generalized Hutchinson’s equation with two delays is investigated. A local analysis of stability loss for the nonzero equilibrium state of the problem is presented. MainExpand
4 Galerkin approximations for the optimal control of nonlinear delay differential equations
Optimal control problems of nonlinear delay differential equations (DDEs) are considered for which we propose a general Galerkin approximation scheme built from Koornwinder polynomials. ErrorExpand
Hutchinson's Equation with finite delay and Prime Numbers Theorem
In this article it is studied the dynamic of the solutions of the Hutchinson's equation and from here it is gived a new prooof of the Prime Number Theorem.


Thles, Mice, and Lemmings
  • Clarendon Press. Oxford. ERRINGTON,
  • 1942
Environmental requirements of fresh-water plankton algae : experimental studies in the ecology of phytoplankton
Environmental requirements of fresh-water plankton algae : experimental studies in the ecology of phytoplankton
A Direct Demonstration of the Phosphorus Cycle in a Small Lake.
  • G. Hutchinson, V. T. Bowen
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  • 1947
In: Lakedeposits
  • Ann. Rep. Fr.R. Biol. i2ssoc. Brit. Emp. PmNINcroN, WINIFRED. 1943. Lake sediments: The bottom deposits of the north
  • 1946
Predation and Vertebrate Populations
As an understanding of the workings of predation may hardly be gained without minimal insight into population phenomena of the prey, this paper will be far more concerned with analyses of the latter than with expositions of killing techniques and food habits of predators. Expand
On competition between different species of graminivorous insects
  • A. C. Crombie
  • Biology
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B - Biological Sciences
  • 1945
The growth of pure populations of the beetles Rhizopertha dominica and Oryzaephilus surinamensis, and of the moth Sitotroga cerealella, was observed in a standard medium of wheat, where the eventual extinction of the population was due, not to the cessation of oviposition, but to the failure of the larvae to survive. Expand
Carbon Dioxide Content of Atmospheric Air
As a sideline to an investigation on the water vapour content of the upper air, the carbon dioxide content has been determined in a number of air samples obtained by balloon soundings from heights ofExpand
ConJqurations of Culture Growth
  • 1944
ConJqurations of Culture Growth. Univ. California Press. KROGH, h. On the tension of carbonic acid in naturalwaters and especiallyin the sea. Lacs, D. Occasional Papers
  • Calif. hcad. Sci
  • 1944
The carbon metabolism and photosynthetic efficiency of the earth
  • 1944