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The sudden increase in the incidence of a disease or condition.
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Herbivory and plant speciation coexistence: community regulation by an outbreaking phytophagous insect.
Applying Andronov-Hopf bifurcation Theorem Hsu and Hwang proved that the Hopf bifurcation is subcritical and thus (1) may have at least two limit cycles for some parameter ranges and explained the phenomenon of outbreaking in [8] obtained by numerical simulations [9].
The incubation period varies greatly from a couple of days (e.g., H1N1 outbreaking worldwide has generally an incubation period of one to seven days) to several years (e.g., AIDS virus sometimes can be several years).
At last, Baudrillard proposes something that he knows as the radical implications of outbreaking codes in postmodern societies.
Outbreaking rivalries can easily endanger the existing order, dissolve norms, and wipe out notions of culture.
The paradoxical effects of nutrient ratios and supply rates on an outbreaking insect herbivore, the Australian plague locust.
Herbivory and plant species coexistence: community regulation by an outbreaking phytophagous insect.