Free Boundary in radical symmetric chemotaxis

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    In this paper we study a free boundary problem arising in chemotaxis. As it is well known, chemotaxis is the motion of the individuals of a (cellular) population induced by the gradient of a chemical substance, often secreted by the members of the same population. The phenomenon plays as important role in ecology, in morphogenesis and in many other biological processes
    Original languageEnglish GB
    Title of host publicationWaves And Stability In Continuous Media-Proceedings Of The 11th Conference On Wascom 2001
    StatePublished - 2002


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