Dynamic gradient scaling as a critical point of growth control

@inproceedings{Hidalgo2017DynamicGS,
  title={Dynamic gradient scaling as a critical point of growth control},
  author={Daniel Aguilar Hidalgo and S. Werner and O. Wartlick and M. Gonzalez-Gaitan and B. Friedrich and F. Julicher},
  year={2017}
}
  • Daniel Aguilar Hidalgo, S. Werner, +3 authors F. Julicher
  • Published 2017
  • Physics, Biology
  • We present a theory of pattern formation in growing domains inspired by biological examples of tissue development. Gradients of signaling molecules regulate growth, while growth changes these graded chemical patterns by dilution and advection. We identify a critical point of this feedback dynamics, which is characterized by spatially homogeneous growth and proportional scaling of patterns with tissue length. We apply this theory to the biological model system of the developing wing of the fruit… CONTINUE READING

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