In the living worLd, numerous collective structures- sometimes complex ones- outcome from a limited number of physico-chemical laws and simple behavioural rules that are coupled with amplifying phenomena. We assess the generic value of such rules for many different animal species (insects, fishes, primates,...) in which we census multiple forms of self-organization.
communication, collective decision, division of labour, cellular population, self-organization, animal societies, complex systems
|ASTUDILLO FERNANDEZ, Aina||member|
|Unit of social ecology||unknown|
created:2011-12-14 14:18:59 UTC, source:cref