Kinetic Model of Growth of Arthropoda Populations
Kinetic equations were derived for calculating the growth of crustacean populations (Crustacea) based on the biological growth model suggested earlier using shrimp (Caridea) populations as an example. The development cycle of successive stages for populations can be represented in the form of quasi-chemical equations. The kinetic equations that describe the development cycle of crustaceans allow quantitative prediction of the development of populations depending on conditions. In contrast to extrapolation-simulation models, in the developed kinetic model of biological growth the kinetic parameters are the experimental characteristics of population growth. Verification and parametric identification of the developed model on the basis of the experimental data showed agreement with experiment within the error of the measurement technique.
Keywordsbiological growth model kinetic equations quasi-chemical equations shrimp populations (Caridea)
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