Interspecific competition, predation and species diversity.

@article{Parrish1970InterspecificCP,
  title={Interspecific competition, predation and species diversity.},
  author={Judy Damery Parrish and Saul B. Saila},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={1970},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={
          207-20
        }
}
Abstract A review was made of some mathematical population models and their applications to problems of interspecific competition and predator-prey relationships. These were considered in relation to some observations and experiments suggesting local increases in species diversity under predation in competitive situations. A mathematical model of a three-species trophic subweb was developed and examined critically. Model results indicated that the equilibrium assumptions postulated in previous… CONTINUE READING

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