Symposium: Why the age-stage, two-sex life table is important to achieving successful biological control programs | Part 2
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The age-stage, two-sex life table incorporates the age-stage structure of a population and the male individuals - two critical parameters that are missing in female-based life tables. It is an important tool for population ecology studies and pest management programs. Because both the predation rate and the vulnerability of prey vary with the stage, and male predators and the male pests are components of the predator-prey system, it is obvious that using the age-stage, two-sex life table is vital to understanding the intricacies involved in planning successful biological control programs.
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