Optimal control and analysis of a modified trojan Y-Chromosome strategyM. A. Beauregard, R. D. Parshad, S. Boon, H. Conaway, T. Griffin and J. J. Lyu, Ecological Modelling, 416. 2020.
The Trojan Y Chromosome (TYC) strategy is a promising eradication method that attempts to manipulate the female to male ratio to promote the reduction of the population of an invasive species. The manipulation stems from an introduction of sex-reversed males, called supermales, ...
Keywords: Allee effect, behavior, biological control, consequences, control, eradication strategy, fish, genetic biocontrol, invasive species, model, Optimal, population, population dynamics, spread, Trojan-Y Chromosome
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