Using the ESS Maximum Principle to Explore Root-shoot Allocation , Competition and Coexistence

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  title={Using the ESS Maximum Principle to Explore Root-shoot Allocation , Competition and Coexistence},
  author={V Thangapandian}
}
Competition between plants that differ in root-shoot allocation has been modelled using consumer-resource equations where competition occurs only through the utilization of resources. Provided that such models can be put into an evolutionary game setting, we show that conditions for coexistence can be analysed using the ESS maximum principle from evolutionary game theory. We demonstrate this approach using a modified version of a consumer-resource model from Reynolds & Pacala (1993). Allocation… CONTINUE READING

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