## Simulation of two-species population growth for the model (1) and model (2).

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posted on 29.11.2010 by Sylvie Estrela, Ivana Gudelj#### figure

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In the case of model (1) type X and Y cross-feed each other and in the case of model (2) X_{c} doesn't cross-feed Y but Y cross-feeds X_{c}. Here we plot *X*(*t*) solution of (1) (full line) together with *X _{c}*(

*t*) solution of (2) (dashed line) with

**A**.

*r*= 0.011,

_{y}*r*= 0.008, = 0.009,

_{x}*b*=

_{xy}*b*= 0.01;

_{yx}**B**.

*r*,

_{y}= 0.011*r*= 0.008, = 0.009,

_{x}*b*=

_{xy}*b*= 0.001;

_{yx}**C**.

*r*= 0.03,

_{y}*r*= 0.015, = 0.025,

_{x}*b*=

_{xy}*b*= 0.01. For both simulations of model (1) and (2) and in all three cases presented here

_{yx}*K*= 10000, and

*ε*=

_{1}*ε*= 0.01.

_{2}