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Modeling insect host-parasite systems: 1. The effects of temperature and host refuge on insect host-parasite models. 2. Attack patterns of Trichogramma pretiosum around release sites compared with a random diffusion model. 3. Mathematical models of species interactions in time and space



Modeling insect host-parasite systems: 1. The effects of temperature and host refuge on insect host-parasite models. 2. Attack patterns of Trichogramma pretiosum around release sites compared with a random diffusion model. 3. Mathematical models of species interactions in time and space



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