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1, we deduce that (bij − aij )xj∗ = ri∗ , ∀i ∈ IN \ J , j∈IN \J ∗ j∈IN \J ∗ (bj0 j − aj0 j )xj∗ ≥ rj∗0 , where r ∈ B(¯ r , ε1 ) and x ∈ This shows that r ∗ and B − A do not satisfy the (I − J)-condition, a contradiction to the fact that every vector in B(¯ r , ε1 ) and B − A still satisfy the (I − J)-condition. Therefore, the conclusion of the lemma must be true. EJ0 . 1. 7). 1, we obtain the following results. 1. 8) is uniformly bounded. 8) and all of its subsystems are permanent if and only if r¯ and B − A satisfy the (I − J)-condition (I − J)condition.

Then, there is a sequence {tn } ⊂ (t0 , ∞) such that ∀n ≥ 1 , ∀i ∈ IN , xi (tn ) < α0 −nρ e . 21) As max{xi (t0 ): i ∈ IN } = max{ϕi (0) : i ∈ IN } ≥ 2α0 and max{xi (t) : i ∈ IN } is continuous in t , there are sn ∈ (t0 , tn ) and in ∈ IN such that ∀n ≥ 1 , ∀n ≥ 1 , ∀t ∈ (sn , tn ] , max {xi (sn ): i ∈ IN } = xin (sn ) = α0 , n α0 . 22), we have ⎛ ⎜ xin (tn ) ≥ xin (sn ) exp ⎝− tn ⎞ ⎟ |e(t) + L(xt )| dt ⎠ sn α0 −ρ(tn −sn ) e , ≥ n ∀n ≥ 1 . 21), gives ∀n ≥ 1 , tn − sn ≥ n . 24) Since IN is ﬁnite, by choosing a subsequence if necessary, we may assume that in = i0 for all n ≥ 1.

1) is completely determined by the dynamics on Σ. All limit sets, and in particular ﬁxed points, belong to Σ. We shall say ﬁxed point p ∈ Σ is a global attractor (repellor) relative to Σ if for any x 0 ∈ Σ such that xi0 > 0 whenever pi > 0, for any i ∈ IN , then limt→+∞ x(t, x 0 ) = p (limt→−∞ x(t, x 0 ) = p ). For any hyperplane P in E not containing the origin, the side containing the origin is said to be below P and the other side above P . 1) pass through P from above (below) P to below (above) P , then Σ \ {p} ie below (above) P .