DYNAMICS OF HOST-PARASITE MODELS WITH HARVESTING OF PARASITES AND PARTIAL COVER FOR HOST
Mathematical modeling is an important tool for the examination of the infectious diseases spread. Dynamical models may speak to and abridge accessible information on transmission and disease development, to test presumptions and examine situations, and to foresee results of the host-pathogen connections. Mathematical models have been utilized to portray the population elements of a wide scope of host-parasite communications. The development of the populations relying upon inter-specific communications may display drastic changes. The strength of populations’ changes inter-specific collaborations as well as under outside impacts, for example, migration impact. Along these lines, population models can show complex elements. Migration impact frequently rearranges the population elements; and tends to suppress disordered conduct. This circumstance which can permit the local solidness examination of population is significant for control of a two animal types associating framework.