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Figure 4.15. Linking behavior and population dynamics together leads to a rich panoply of dynamical results. In panels (a-c), the superior and inferior hosts are determined in a manner that is free of density dependence. For panel (a), the fraction of superior hosts is 0.5 and the behavior of the parasitoids is determined by the SDP model Eq. (4.39). For panel (b), the fraction is 0.75 and inferior hosts are never attacked (the proportional refuge model). For panel (c), the fraction is 0.75 and the behavior of parasitoids is determined by the SDP model. In panel (d), I show the frequency distribution of s* over 10 000 generations for the case in which the fraction is 0.75. Reproduced with permission from Mangel and Roitberg (1992).

Figure 4.15. Linking behavior and population dynamics together leads to a rich panoply of dynamical results. In panels (a-c), the superior and inferior hosts are determined in a manner that is free of density dependence. For panel (a), the fraction of superior hosts is 0.5 and the behavior of the parasitoids is determined by the SDP model Eq. (4.39). For panel (b), the fraction is 0.75 and inferior hosts are never attacked (the proportional refuge model). For panel (c), the fraction is 0.75 and the behavior of parasitoids is determined by the SDP model. In panel (d), I show the frequency distribution of s* over 10 000 generations for the case in which the fraction is 0.75. Reproduced with permission from Mangel and Roitberg (1992).

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