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III) x~ < b, Yx < O. Proceeding as in ease (I) one gets, for 0 < x < xl, • P~(x) - rl2(x , b, u1(•), •) > - M - '/]2(Xl, b, Ill(C), •) Since : > - M - Yl > - M - '121(~). (~,~,) po( e(t, yl, •))dr = • fo b rll (x, b, sl(•), po(x)dx e) - •Pc(x) + •I(b, ul(•), •) j~b po(x)dx a cPe(x)-~-~,~Ul(•),e) Thus, again, k(za, yl, e) > a. This completes the proof of (ii). >-log 1. cr  Remark 2. Lemmas 3 and 4 hold, with obvious modifications, for system (9) with • < 0. Indeed, it suffices to replace the polynomial Pe by - P c and to define the first integral We accordingly.
Delay Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Claremont, California, Jan. 13-16, 1990 by S. Busenberg, M. Martelli