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Mode transitions in a model reaction-diffusion system driven by domain growth and noise

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Pattern formation in many biological systems takes place during growth of the underlying domain. We study a specific example of a reaction–diffusion (Turing) model in which peak splitting, driven by domain growth, generates a sequence of patterns. We have previously shown that the pattern sequences which are presented when the domain growth rate is sufficiently rapid exhibit a mode-doubling phenomenon. Such pattern sequences afford reliable selection of certain final patterns, thus addressing...

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Publication date:
2006-07-05
URN:
uuid:9689107d-f23c-4952-91e3-97bf12290845
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oai:eprints.maths.ox.ac.uk:319

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