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Global existence and stabilization in a forager-exploiter model with general logistic sources

  title={Global existence and stabilization in a forager-exploiter model with general logistic sources},
  author={Jianping Wang},
Abstract. We study a forager-exploiter model with generalized logistic sources in a smooth bounded domain with homogeneous Neumann boundary conditions. A new boundedness criterion is developed to prove the global existence and boundedness of the solution. Under some conditions on the logistic degradation rates, the classical solution exists globally and remain bounded in the high dimensions. Moreover, the large time behavior of the obtained solution is investigated in the case of the nutrient… 
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