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A HOLLING TYPE II FOOD CHAIN SYSTEM WITH BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTROLS
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A HOLLING TYPE II FOOD CHAIN SYSTEM WITH BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTROLS
Baek, Hunki;
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 Abstract
For a class of Holling type II food chain systems with biological and chemical controls, we give conditions of the local stability of prey-free periodic solutions and of the permanence of the system. Further, we show the system is uniformly bounded.
 Keywords
Holling type II food chain system;biological and chemical controls;impulsive differential equation;Floquet theory;
 Language
English
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