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Intra-specific competition and density dependent juvenile growth


, : Intra-specific competition and density dependent juvenile growth. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 544: 503-519

There are many means by which individuals of a species might compete for resources and by which intraspecific competition might express itself. One type of intraspecific competition which has received recent attention is that which can occur between juvenile and adult individuals.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0092-8240(05)80074-6

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