Activators and inhibitors in pattern formation. (English) Zbl 0407.92023


92Exx Chemistry
92B05 General biology and biomathematics
93C20 Control/observation systems governed by partial differential equations
92Cxx Physiological, cellular and medical topics
35B32 Bifurcations in context of PDEs
35B35 Stability in context of PDEs
35K45 Initial value problems for second-order parabolic systems
35K55 Nonlinear parabolic equations
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