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This paper presents a novel numerical technique, the moving grid finite element method, to solve generalised Turing [20] reaction-diffusion type models on continuously deforming growing domains. Applications to the development of bivalve ligaments and pigmentation colour patterns in the wing of the butterfly Papilio dardanus will be considered, by way of examples.


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59 - 65