Computer Program for Analyzing Parasitoid-Host or Predator-Prey Relationships

  • Tom R. Ashley


A computer program is available for analyzing experimental data from parasitoid-host or predator-prey studies. The analysis indicates how and to what extent a natural enemy disperses, destroys hosts, and reproduces relative to the point of release. This program may be utilized for experiments conducted in open fields, field cages, greenhouses, and in the laboratory. It is written in Fortran IV and is currently being run on an IBM 370 Model 165 computer.
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