On the Modeling of Population Dynamics of a Housefly using Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
Keywords:Population dynamics, Housefly, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Fecundity, Leslie and Leftkovitch matrix model.
We considered the population dynamics of a housefly in well defined stages. We useÂ Leslie andÂ LeftkovitchÂ matrix models whichÂ consideredÂ eigenvaluesÂ and eigenvectors Â as the bestÂ approachÂ in predicting the long- term stage growth of aÂ houseflyÂ and the ways the Â population structure of aÂ houseflyÂ varyÂ over time.Â The results obtained showed that it allows production Â Â from eggs to adult ignored to determine the population structure. We concludedÂ Â that these approach were the best in determining the long- term stage growth of a housefly Â Â when tested for growth and stableÂ Â stage structures
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