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%A Pierre, Broly
%A Jean-Louis, Deneubourg
%D 2015
%T Average time necessary to disperse 50% of the population introduced (half-life time) in experiments and theoretical simulations, according to the number of woodlice initially introduced (a) and retention time (b).
%U https://figshare.com/articles/_Average_time_necessary_to_disperse_50_of_the_population_introduced_half_life_time_in_experiments_and_theoretical_simulations_according_to_the_number_of_woodlice_initially_introduced_a_and_retention_time_b_/1446446
%R 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004290.g005
%2 https://ndownloader.figshare.com/files/2107247
%K transition
%K dynamic
%K stability
%K isopod
%K individual
%K Behavioural Contagion
%K laboratory
%K species
%K recurrence
%K density
%K group cohesion
%K adaptive values
%K mechanism
%K conspecific
%K influence
%K aggregation
%K understanding
%K Social Crustacean
%K disturbance
%K behavioural states
%K variable
%K model
%K data
%K group size
%K interaction
%K stimulus
%K groups decreases
%K response
%K woodlice
%K nature
%K organism
%K perturbation context
%X Average time necessary to disperse 50% of the population introduced (half-life time) in experiments and theoretical simulations, according to the number of woodlice initially introduced (a) and retention time (b).