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The modeling of predator-prey interactions

Muhammad Shakil; H. A. Wahab; Muhammad Naeem, et al.;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2015 Journal: Network Biology (issn: 2220-8879, eissn: 2220-8879, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: International Academy of Ecology and Environmental Sciences
In this paper, we aim to study the interactions between the territorial animals like foxes and the rabbits. The territories for the foxes are considered to be the simple cells. The interactions between predator and its prey are represented by the chemical reactions which obey the mass action law. In this sense, we apply the mass action law for predator prey models and the quasi chemical approach is applied for the interactions between the predator and its prey to develop the modeled equations for different possible mechanisms of the predator prey interactions.
free text keywords: predator-prey interactions, reaction diffusion systems, modeling, fox, rabbit, Biology (General), QH301-705.5
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