Delfino Hernández

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We analyze a generic reaction-diffusion model that contains the important features of Turing systems and that has been extensively used in the past to model biological interesting patterns. This model presents various fixed points. Analysis of this model has been made in the past only in the case when there is only a single fixed point, and a phase diagram(More)
Estimates of effective population size in the Holstein cattle breed have usually been low despite the large number of animals that constitute this breed. Effective population size is inversely related to the rates at which coancestry and inbreeding increase and these rates have been high as a consequence of intense and accurate selection. Traditionally,(More)
In this paper, we examine the dynamics of reaction-diffusion systems with fractional time derivatives. It is shown that in these conditions diffusion is anomalous, in the sense that the mean-square displacement r2 approximately tgamma, where gamma<1, a situation known as subdiffusion. We study the conditions for the appearance of a diffusion-driven(More)
In this paper we study the solutions of a generalized reaction-diffusion system with a bistable reaction term, and considering directional anomalous diffusion. We use the well-known properties of fractional derivatives to model asymmetric anomalous diffusion, and obtain traveling wave solutions that propagate in a direction that depends on the metastability(More)
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