Two-sex population dynamics in space: effects of gestation time on persistence.

Abstract

Most single-species population models assume either that one sex dominates the growth dynamics (usually the female), or that the life cycles of the two sexes are identical; however, sexual differences in ontogenetic features can render this assumption invalid. Further, the interaction between sexes is necessarily nonlinear, and the dependence of dynamic… (More)

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@article{Ashih2001TwosexPD, title={Two-sex population dynamics in space: effects of gestation time on persistence.}, author={A C Ashih and William G. Wilson}, journal={Theoretical population biology}, year={2001}, volume={60 2}, pages={93-106} }