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Rebecca Tyson (she/her)
01:36:01
If you have questions, feel free to put them in the chat.
Tanveen R
02:04:15
What happens when the different fungi are present in different proportions?
Tanveen R
02:13:14
So, do you see the proportions of fungi in the final population same as the initial?
Tanveen R
02:13:30
Thanks!
Kelsey Marcinko
02:13:56
Taveen: The graph that she showed earlier had different initial and final proportions.
Maria Martignoni
02:14:34
yes, the different initial conditions might change the transient dynamics, but not the steady state situation
Maria Martignoni
02:15:59
looking at the model with competition (but no space) if the introduced species is a strong competitor and so are native fungi, then the initial conditions might determine who competitively excludes whom.
Tanveen R
02:16:08
Yes, I understand that. I was asking specifically for the proportions of different fungi. Do you always see the strongest competitor in the highest proportion?
Tanveen R
02:16:29
Okay, this helps. thanks :)
Maria Martignoni
02:17:15
Oh good, so did I answer the question?
Tanveen R
02:18:36
Yes, so there is some initial condition dependence.
Juliana Berbert
02:39:26
Please, give the reference again
Rebecca Tyson (she/her)
02:40:44
I got: Morris & Lutscher (2021) JTB 523:110668
Juliana Berbert
02:41:16
Thanks!
Kelsey Marcinko
03:06:50
Rebecca: This is the reference for my dissertation. Chapter 3 contains the work that I discussed today: Marcinko, K. (2020). Mathematical Analysis of Host–Parasitoid Dynamics (Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington).
Rebecca Tyson (she/her)
03:08:01
Thank you Kelsey!
Pilar Sayan Mejia
03:14:48
Thanks