publication . Article . 2003

Clock-Controlled Prey-Predator Dynamics : Temporal Segregation of Activities

Hiroaki, DAIDO; Department of Mathematical Sciences, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Osaka Prefecture;
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  • Published: 25 Sep 2003 Journal: Progress of theoretical physics = Progress of theoretical physics, volume 110, issue 3, pages 605-610 (issn: 0033068x, Copyright policy)
Abstract
A new type of mathematical model of prey-predator dynamics is proposed. This model takes into account the fact that the daily activities of animals are governed by their body clocks. On the basis of it, we investigate the conditions under which the prey and predator can segregate into diurnal and nocturnal habits on a timescale that is short compared to evolutionary timescales.
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