Positive feedback and alternative stable states in inbreeding, cooperation, sex roles and other evolutionary processes
A large proportion of studies in systems science focus on processes involving a mixture of positive and negative feedbacks, which are also common themes in evolutionary ecology. Examples of negative feedback are density dependence (population regulation)
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