Convection in Turing Patterns
Bulletin of the American Physical Society
Turing patterns involve regions of different chemical compositions which lead to density gradients that, in liquids, are potentially unstable hydrodynamically. Nonlinear hydrodynamics coupled with a model of Turing pattern formation show that convection modifies and coexists with some Turing patterns and excludes others, and thereby plays a significant role in pattern selection.
"Convection in Turing Patterns," D. A. Vasquez, B. F. Edwards, and J. W. Wilder, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 37, 1710 (1992).