The paper applies continuation methods to examine synchronization phenomena that can arise in a cascaded system of population dynamic models. The individual model describes a bacterial population interacting with a population of viruses that attack the cells. Coupling between the subsystems is brought about through a unidirectional flow of primary resources. In this way the individual subsystem is modulated by the varying nutrient concentration in the overflow from the upstream habitat.
|Journal||Advances in Complex Systems|
|Publication status||Published - 1998|