The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis

@inproceedings{Turing1951TheCB,
  title={The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis},
  author={Alan M. Turing},
  year={1951}
}
It is suggested that a system of chemical substances, called morphogens, reacting together and diffusing through a tissue, is adequate to account for the main phenomena of morphogenesis. Such a system, although it may originally be quite homogeneous, may later develop a pattern or structure due to an instability of the homogeneous equilibrium, which is triggered off by random disturbances. Such reaction-diffusion systems are considered in some detail in the case of an isolated ring of cells, a… CONTINUE READING
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