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Diffusive structure counter examples to any explanation?

, : Diffusive structure counter examples to any explanation?. Journal of Theoretical Biology 82(2): 313-316

Explanations and conditions given for the occurrence of diffusive structure in 2 spp. ecosystem models do not generalize to systems with 3 or more species.

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