Effect of multiple delays on the dynamics of cannibalistic prey-predator system with disease in both populations
International Journal of Biomathematics
In the present paper, we investigate a prey-predator system with disease in both prey and predator populations and the predator population is cannibalistic in nature. The model is extended by introducing incubation delays in disease transmission terms. Local stability analysis of the system around the biologically feasible equilibria is studied. The bifurcation analysis of the system around the interior equilibrium is also studied. The sufficient conditions for the permanence of the system are derived in the presence of delays. We observe that incubation delays have the ability to destabilize the cannibalistic prey-predator system. Finally, we perform numerical experiments to substantiate our analytical findings.
Biswas, Santosh; Samanta, Sudip; Khan, Qamar J.A.; and Chattopadhyay, Joydev, "Effect of multiple delays on the dynamics of cannibalistic prey-predator system with disease in both populations" (2017). Journal Articles. 2597.