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We study heterogeneous steady-state solutions of a cell-chemotaxis model for generating biological spatial patterns in two-dimensional domains with zero flux boundary conditions. We use the finite-element package ENTWIFE to investigate bifurcation from the uniform solution as the chemotactic parameter varies and as the domain scale and geometry change. We show that this simple cell-chemotaxis model can produce a remarkably wide and surprising range of complex spatial patterns. © 1990.

Original publication

DOI

10.1016/0899-8248(90)90018-6

Type

Journal article

Journal

IMPACT of Computing in Science and Engineering

Publication Date

01/01/1990

Volume

2

Pages

355 - 371