- A classic set of data reconsidered
- A K
- A second version of the Leslie matrix
- Adding prey density dependence and the type II and III functional responses to the Lotka Volterra equations
- Adding stochasticity to densitydependent models
- Age structure and the stable age distribution
- Answer - 2
- Answers
- Matrix algebra the basics
- Applications to human populations
- Assumptions and evidence for the existence of metapopulations in nature
- Assumptions of the logistic equation
- Behavioral aspects of intraspecific competition Castes in social insects
- Bet hedging
- Chaos and behavior of the discrete logistic model
- Chapter - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- Classes of chemical defenses
- Clutch size
- Cole and Lewontin
- Combining densitydependent and densityindependent factors
- Competition versus cooperative behavior within a group
- Conclusions - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
- Conclusions sensitivity analysis
- Conclusions the complexities of herbivoreplant interactions
- Conclusions the costs of mutualism
- Constitutive versus induced defense
- Contents
- Cost of reproduction and allocation of energy
- Density dependence in populations with discrete generations
- Density dependence in populations with overlapping generations The logistic equation
- Densityindependent versus densitydependent growth
- Detoxification of plant compounds by herbivores
- Discrete or geometric growth in populations with nonoverlapping generations
- Distribution
- Dominant latent roots and the characteristic equation
- Doubling time
- Dynamics of the disease
- Early tests of the Lotka Volterra models
- Endangered metapopulations and disease
- Escape from predation
- Estimate rate per rate per individual in numbers per billions thousand thousandyear millions - 2
- Evidence for competition from nature Connells barnacles
- Example - 2 3 4 5
- Expectation of life
- Exponential growth in an invasive species
- Exponential growth in populations with overlapping generations
- Extinction in metapopulations
- Factors affecting microparasite population biology
- Fertility
- Functional responses
- Fundamental principles and the use of mathematical models
- Fundamentals of population growth
- Iii
- Immunization
- Indirect evidence for competition and natural experiments
- Info - 2
- Interspecific competition
- Interspecific competition early experiments and the competitive exclusion principle
- Interspecific interactions
- Introduction - 2 3 4 5 6
- Introduction to Population Ecology
- Introduction What is a population 7 8
- Laboratory and field data
- Laboratory experiments and competition
- Latitudinal gradients in clutch size
- Logistic model
- Mac Arthur and Wilson and the equilibrium theory
- Malemale competition in horned beetles
- Mathematical symbols used in this book
- Metapopulation dynamics of two local populations
- Metapopulations and spatial ecology
- Minimum viable metapopulation size
- Modeling hostmicroparasite interactions
- Modeling mutualism
- Modeling plantherbivore population dynamics
- Mortality curves
- Mutualism
- Net reproductive rate generation time and the intrinsic rate of increase
- Nonequilibrium and patchy metapopulations
- Nonlinear density dependence of birth and death rates and the Allee effect
- Nonlinear modifications to the logistic
- Novel defensesherbivore responses
- Plant apparency and chemical defense
- Plant communication
- Plantparasitoid communication
- Populations
- Power laws
- Predation and its effects on lifehistory characteristics
- Predatorprey interactions in practice field studies
- Predatorprey parasitehost and plantherbivore interactions
- Preface
- Probability pApAIp
- Problem - 2 3
- Projecting population growth in agestructured populations
- Reproductive value
- Resourcebased competition theory
- Size rate per rate per increase per population less millions thousand thousand individual r than 15 years of age
- Social parasites
- Soil fertility and chemical defense
- Sourcesink metapopulations and the rescue effect
- Spatial competition and the competitioncolonization tradeoff
- Spatially realistic models
- Stochastic models of population growth and population viability analysis
- Survivorship
- Terminology
- Tests of density dependence
- The dangers of a predatory lifestyle
- The determinant
- The finite rate of increase M and the intrinsic rate of increase r
- The general laws of population ecology
- The graphical analyses of Rosenzweig and Mac Arthur
- The Grime general model for three evolutionary strategies in plants
- The inverse of a matrix
- The laws of algebra
- The Lefkovitch modification of the Leslie matrix
- The Leslie or population projection matrix
- The Levins or classical metapopulation
- The Lotka Volterra competition equations
- The Lotka Volterra equations
- The metabolic theory of ecology
- The optimal defense theory
- The theory of r and Kselection
- The theta logistic model
- Time lags and limit cycles
- Time t 3for time t
- Trophic cascades
- Types of interactions
- Types of models
- Types of parasites
- Use of a halfsaturation constant in predatorprey interactions
- What is population regulation