Maini, P. K. (2004) Using mathematical models to help understand biological pattern formation. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 327 (3). pp. 225-234.
One of the characteristics of biological systems is their ability to produce and sustain spatial and spatio-temporal pattern. Elucidating the underlying mechanisms responsible for this phenomenon has been the goal of much experimental and theoretical research. This paper illustrates this area of research by presenting some of the mathematical models that have been proposed to account for pattern formation in biology and considering their implications.To cite this article: P.K. Maini, C. R. Biologies 327 (2004).
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||self-organisation; cell movement; chemotaxis; coat markings; slime mold|
|Subjects:||A - C > Biology and other natural sciences|
|Research Groups:||Centre for Mathematical Biology|
|Deposited By:||Philip Maini|
|Deposited On:||16 Nov 2006|
|Last Modified:||29 May 2015 18:20|
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