Ch Pötzsche

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We investigate the evolution of bet-hedging in a population that experiences a stochastically switching environment by means of adaptive dynamics. The aim is to extend known results to the situation at hand, and to deepen the understanding of the range of validity of these results. We find three different types of evolutionarily stable strategies (ESSs)(More)
We consider a model for the morphology and growth of the fungus-like plant pathogen Phytophthora using the example of Phytophthora plurivora. Here, we are utilizing a correlated random walk describing the density of tips. This random walk incorporates a delay in branching behavior: newly split tips only start to grow after a short while. First, we question(More)
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