Dynamic analysis of bet-hedging strategies as a protection mechanism against environmental fluctuations

@article{Ogura2016DynamicAO,
  title={Dynamic analysis of bet-hedging strategies as a protection mechanism against environmental fluctuations},
  author={Masaki Ogura and Masashi Wakaiki and V. Preciado},
  journal={2016 IEEE 55th Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)},
  year={2016},
  pages={4178-4183}
}
  • Masaki Ogura, Masashi Wakaiki, V. Preciado
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science, Biology, Mathematics
  • 2016 IEEE 55th Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)
  • In order to increase their robustness against environmental fluctuations, many biological populations have developed bet-hedging mechanisms in which the population `bets' against the presence of prolonged favorable environmental conditions by having a few individual behaving as if they sensed a threatening or stressful environment. As a result, the population (as a whole) increases its chances of surviving environmental fluctuations in the long term, while sacrificing short-term performance. In… CONTINUE READING
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