Any pattern or shape observed in nature, even though governed by genetics, is most likely produced by an unknown mechanism. The Chladni plates (on the right) show a similar pattern to the one of a leopard. The most used model for this type of systems is the reaction-diffusion system.

Any pattern or shape observed in nature, even though governed by genetics, is most likely produced by an unknown mechanism. The Chladni plates (on the right) show a similar pattern to the one of a leopard. The most used model for this type of systems is the reaction-diffusion system.

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