# Team:Valencia UPV/Modeling/sexyplants.nlogo

(Difference between revisions)
 Revision as of 03:50, 18 October 2014 (view source)← Older edit Latest revision as of 03:57, 18 October 2014 (view source) Line 800: Line 800: This model simulates pheromone diffusion processes and its influence in moths response. This model simulates pheromone diffusion processes and its influence in moths response. - + http://2014.igem.org/Team:Valencia_UPV - + - + - + - The View shows a square thin plate as viewed from above.  The plate is thermally isolated on the two faces parallel to the view such that heat can flow only in and out from the perimeter of the plate and not into or out of the world.  Heat is kept constant at the edges.  As the simulation runs, heat is transmitted from warmer parts of the plate to cooler parts of the plate as shown by the varying color of the plate.  Therefore, the temperature of the plate begins to change immediately and possibly differently at different locations, gradually converging to a stable state.  Overall, the temperature distribution over the plate is a function of time and location.  In addition to this simple use of the model, you are encouraged to control various paramaters, such as the temperature of each edge edge of the plate and of the center of the plate before--and even while--the model is running. + - + - Heat diffuses ("spreads") at different rates through different media.  These rates can be determined and are called the Thermal Diffusivity of the material.  The Greek letter alpha is often associated with this value.  The diffusivity of a material does not change based on how much of the material there is.  It is always the same.  Below is a table containing several different materials with different diffusivity rates.  See that wood (bottom row) has a lower heat diffusivity than, say, iron.  This means that it takes a longer for heat to spread through a wooden object than an iron one.  That is one reason why the handles of iron saucepans are wooden, and not the other way round.  Also, think of a marble table with iron legs that has just been put out in the sun in a street-side cafe.  Which material part of the table do you expect will warm up faster?  The model allows you to change thermal diffusivity of the plate in two ways.  You can directly change the value of ALPHA to any value you like, or you can indirectly change ALPHA by selecting a material. + - + - ### Thermal diffusivity of selected materials + - + - + -
MaterialThermal diffusivity
(alpha cm*cm/s) + -
Wood (Maple)0.00128 + -
Stone (Marble)0.0120 + -
Iron0.2034 + -
Aluminum0.8418 + -
Silver1.7004 + - + ## HOW IT WORKS ## HOW IT WORKS - + Visit our wiki! - Initialize the plate and edges to have temperatures that equal their respective slider values.  Each time through the GO procedure, diffuse the heat on each patch in the following way.  Have each patch set its current temperature to the sum of the 4 neighbors' old temperature times a constant based on alpha plus a weighted version of the patch's old temperature.  (For those interested, the updated temperature is calculated by using a Forward Euler Method.)  Then the edges are set back to the specified values and the old temperature is updated to the current temperature.  Then the plate is redrawn. + ## HOW TO USE IT ## HOW TO USE IT - + Visit our wiki! - There are five temperature sliders which enable users to set four fixed edge temperatures and one initial plate temperature: + - -- TOP-TEMP - Top edge temperature + - -- BOTTOM-TEMP - Bottom edge temperature + - -- IN-PLATE-TEMP - Initial plate temperature + - -- LEFT-TEMP - Left edge temperature + - -- RIGHT-TEMP - Right edge temperature + - + - There are two sliders that govern the thermal diffusivity of the plate: + - -- MATERIAL-TYPE - The value of the chooser is that of the above chart.  You must press UPDATE ALPHA for this to change the value of ALPHA. + - -- ALPHA - The alpha constant of thermal diffusivity + - + - There are four buttons with the following functions: + - -- SETUP - Initializes the model + - -- GO - Runs the simulation indefinitely + - -- GO ONCE - Runs the simulation for 1 time step + - -- UPDATE ALPHA - press this if you want to set ALPHA to a preset value based on a material selected by the MATERIAL-TYPE chooser + - + - The TIME monitor shows how many time steps the model has gone through. + ## THINGS TO TRY ## THINGS TO TRY - + Visit our wiki! - Set the paramters on the temperature sliders.  Pick a value for ALPHA (or pick MATERIAL-TYPE and press UPDATE ALPHA).  After you have changed all the sliders to values you like, press Setup followed by GO or GO ONCE. + ## THINGS TO NOTICE ## THINGS TO NOTICE - + Visit our wiki! - How does the equilibrium temperature distribution vary for different edge temperature settings? + - + - Notice how an equilibrium (the steady-state condition) is reached. + - + - Keep track of the units: + - + - + -
VariablesUnits + -
time0.1 second + -
temperaturedegrees Celsius + -
lengthcentimeters + -
diffusivitysquare centimeters per second + -
+ - + - ## THINGS TO TRY + - + - Try different materials to observe the heat transfer speed.  How does this compare to physical experiments? + - + - Try the following sample settings: + - - Top:100, Bottom:0,  Left:0,  Right:0 + - - Top:0,  Bottom:100, Left:100, Right:100 + - - Top:0,  Bottom:66,  Left:99,  Right:33 + - - Top:25,  Bottom:25,  Left:100, Right:0 + ## EXTENDING THE MODEL ## EXTENDING THE MODEL - This model simulates a classic partial differential equation problem (that of heat diffusion). The thin square plate is a typical example, and the simplest model of the behavior.  Try changing the shape or thickness of the plate (e.g. a circular or elliptical plate), or adding a hole in the center (the plate would then be a slice of a torus, a doughnut-shaped geometric object). + This model simulates a classic partial differential equation problem (that of heat diffusion with advection). - + - Add a slider to alter this thickness. + - + - Try modeling derivative or combined boundary conditions. + Line 887: Line 823: If you mention this model in a publication, we ask that you include these citations for the model itself and for the NetLogo software: If you mention this model in a publication, we ask that you include these citations for the model itself and for the NetLogo software: - * + * Valencia_UPV iGEM, Alejandra González Boscá (2014) Pheromone diffusion and moths response with Sexyplants - * Wilensky, U. (1998).  NetLogo Heat Diffusion model.  http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/models/HeatDiffusion.  Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. - * Wilensky, U. (1999). NetLogo. http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/. Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. ## COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ## COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE Line 900: Line 834: - Copyright 1998 Uri Wilensky. - - ![CC BY-NC-SA 3.0](http://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-nc-sa/3.0/88x31.png) - - This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License.  To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, California 94305, USA. - - Commercial licenses are also available. To inquire about commercial licenses, please contact Uri Wilensky at uri@northwestern.edu. - - This model was created as part of the project: CONNECTED MATHEMATICS: MAKING SENSE OF COMPLEX PHENOMENA THROUGH BUILDING OBJECT-BASED PARALLEL MODELS (OBPML).  The project gratefully acknowledges the support of the National Science Foundation (Applications of Advanced Technologies Program) -- grant numbers RED #9552950 and REC #9632612. - - This model was converted to NetLogo as part of the projects: PARTICIPATORY SIMULATIONS: NETWORK-BASED DESIGN FOR SYSTEMS LEARNING IN CLASSROOMS and/or INTEGRATED SIMULATION AND MODELING ENVIRONMENT. The project gratefully acknowledges the support of the National Science Foundation (REPP & ROLE programs) -- grant numbers REC #9814682 and REC-0126227. Converted from StarLogoT to NetLogo, 2001. @#\$#@#\$#@ @#\$#@#\$#@ default default

## Latest revision as of 03:57, 18 October 2014

breed [ moths moth ] breed [ females female ] breed [ standers stander ]

moths-own [

``` number-encounter
count-down
ocupado     ;1 mating _ 0 free
flockmates
nearest-neighbor
```

]

females-own [

``` count-down
ocupado    ;1 mating _ 0 free
wait-time  ;after mating, females don't emit pheromone and shouldn't mate a male
```

]

patches-own [

``` old-pheromonelevel   ; the pheromonelevel of the patch the last time thru go
pheromonelevel       ; the current pheromonelevel of the patch
```

]

globals [

``` plate-size           ; the size of the plate on which pheromone is diffusing
min-pherolevel       ; the minimum pheromonelevel
max-pherolevel       ; the maximum pheromonelevel
old-number-encounter
]
```

Setup Procedures ;;;

to setup

``` clear-all
set plate-size max-pxcor

;TO SEE STANDARS JUST REMOVE ; FROM THE FIVE LINES BELOW
;create-standers 20000
;[
; setxy random-xcor random-ycor
; set color gray
;set size 0.5
; ]

ask patches
[
set pcolor white
set-initial-pheromonelevels
;set-edge-pheromonelevels
set old-pheromonelevel pheromonelevel
]
set min-pherolevel min [old-pheromonelevel] of patches
set max-pherolevel max [old-pheromonelevel] of patches
ask patches [ draw-plate ]

set-default-shape moths "butterfly"
make-moths number-moths

set-default-shape females "butterfly"
make-females number-females

;SEXYPLANTS
crt 1 [set shape "flower" set size 5 set xcor 0 set ycor 0 set color 86 ]
crt 1 [set shape "flower" set size 5 set xcor 20 set ycor 20 set color 86 ]
crt 1 [set shape "flower" set size 5 set xcor -20 set ycor 20 set color 86]
crt 1 [set shape "flower" set size 5 set xcor 20 set ycor -20 set color 86]
crt 1 [set shape "flower" set size 5 set xcor -20 set ycor -20 set color 86]

;CROP
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor 20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 20 set ycor 0 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -20 set ycor 0 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor -20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 10 set ycor 0 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -10 set ycor 0 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -10 set ycor -20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 10 set ycor -20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -10 set ycor 20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 10 set ycor 20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -30 set ycor 0 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -30 set ycor 20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 30 set ycor 0 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 30 set ycor 20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 30 set ycor -20 set color 44]
crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -30 set ycor -20 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor 10 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor -10 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 40 set ycor 0 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor 40 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -40 set ycor 0 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor -40 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor 60 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 0 set ycor -60 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 60 set ycor 0 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -60 set ycor 0 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 40 set ycor 20 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -40 set ycor -20 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 40 set ycor -20 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -40 set ycor 20 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor 40 set ycor 20 set color 44]
; crt 1 [set shape "plant" set size 2 set xcor -40 set ycor 40 set color 44]

reset-ticks
```

end

to make-moths [ number ]

``` create-moths number [
set color brown
jump random-float max-pxcor
set size 2
set number-encounter 0
set count-down 40
set ocupado 0
]
```

end

to make-females [ number ]

``` create-females number [
set color 125
jump random-float max-pxcor
set size 2
set count-down 40
set ocupado 0
set wait-time 0
]
```

end

Sets the pheromonelevel for inside of the plate

to set-initial-pheromonelevels  ;; Patch Procedure

``` if ((abs pycor) < plate-size) and ((abs pxcor) < plate-size)
[set pheromonelevel initial-plate-pherolevel]                     ;we consider no pheromone concentration in the field for t=0

;Sexyplants
if ( (pycor)= 0 ) and ( (pxcor) = 0)
[set pheromonelevel releaserate-sexyplant]
if ( (pycor)= 20 ) and ( (pxcor) = 20)
[set pheromonelevel releaserate-sexyplant]
if ( (pycor)= 20 ) and ( (pxcor) = -20)
[set pheromonelevel releaserate-sexyplant]
if ( (pycor)= -20 ) and ( (pxcor) = 20)
[set pheromonelevel releaserate-sexyplant]
if ( (pycor)= -20 ) and ( (pxcor) = -20)
[set pheromonelevel releaserate-sexyplant]

```

end

Sets the pheromonelevels of the plate edges and corners
In this simulation this command is not activated, since the we consider an opened volume.

to set-edge-pheromonelevels  ;; patch procedure

``` ; set the pheromonelevels of the edges
if (pxcor >= plate-size) and ((abs pycor) < plate-size)
[set pheromonelevel 0]
if (pxcor <= (- plate-size)) and ((abs pycor) < plate-size)
[set pheromonelevel 0]
if (pycor >= plate-size) and ((abs pxcor) < plate-size)
[set pheromonelevel 0]
if (pycor <= (- plate-size)) and ((abs pxcor) < plate-size )
[set pheromonelevel 0]
```
``` ; set the pheromonelevels of the corners
if (pxcor >= plate-size) and (pycor >= plate-size)
[set pheromonelevel 0]
if (pxcor >= plate-size) and (pycor <= (- plate-size))
[set pheromonelevel 0]
if (pxcor <= (- plate-size)) and (pycor >= plate-size)
[set pheromonelevel 0]
if (pxcor <= (- plate-size)) and (pycor <= (- plate-size))
[set pheromonelevel 0]
```

end

Runtime Procedures ;;;
Runs the simulation through a loop

to go

``` set max-pherolevel max [old-pheromonelevel] of patches
set min-pherolevel min [old-pheromonelevel] of patches

ask females [set color 125]
ask standers [set color gray]

move-thru-field ;males

move-thru-field-females

ask patches [
;Diffusion process with advection (wind)
set pheromonelevel (pheromone-diffusivity * (sum [old-pheromonelevel] of neighbors4) - wind-forcey * ([old-pheromonelevel] of patch-at-heading-and-distance 0 1) - wind-forcex * ([old-pheromonelevel] of patch-at-heading-and-distance 90 1)) + ((1 - ( 4 * pheromone-diffusivity - 1 * wind-forcey - 1 * wind-forcex )) * old-pheromonelevel)
;set-edge-pheromonelevels
set old-pheromonelevel pheromonelevel
draw-plate
]

if switch = TRUE [
ask patches
[
;; diffuse the pheromone of a patch with its neighbors
if ( (pycor)= 0 ) and ( (pxcor) = 0)
[set pheromonelevel (pheromone-diffusivity * (sum [old-pheromonelevel] of neighbors4)) + ((1 - ( 4 * pheromone-diffusivity )) * old-pheromonelevel + releaserate-sexyplant)]
if ( (pycor)= 20 ) and ( (pxcor) = 20)
[set pheromonelevel (pheromone-diffusivity * (sum [old-pheromonelevel] of neighbors4)) + ((1 - ( 4 * pheromone-diffusivity )) * old-pheromonelevel + releaserate-sexyplant)]
if ( (pycor)= 20 ) and ( (pxcor) = -20)
[set pheromonelevel (pheromone-diffusivity * (sum [old-pheromonelevel] of neighbors4)) + ((1 - ( 4 * pheromone-diffusivity )) * old-pheromonelevel + releaserate-sexyplant)]
if ( (pycor)= -20 ) and ( (pxcor) = 20)
[set pheromonelevel (pheromone-diffusivity * (sum [old-pheromonelevel] of neighbors4)) + ((1 - ( 4 * pheromone-diffusivity )) * old-pheromonelevel + releaserate-sexyplant)]
if ( (pycor)= -20 ) and ( (pxcor) = -20)
[set pheromonelevel (pheromone-diffusivity * (sum [old-pheromonelevel] of neighbors4)) + ((1 - ( 4 * pheromone-diffusivity )) * old-pheromonelevel + releaserate-sexyplant)]
; set the edges back to their constant pheromone
;set-edge-pheromonelevels
set old-pheromonelevel pheromonelevel
draw-plate
]

]
tick
```

end

to move-thru-field  ; turtle procedure for male moths behavior

```  ask moths
[
;MATING PROCEDURE
ifelse (ocupado = 1) ;If i am mating
[
stay
]
[
ifelse any? (females-on neighbors)
[
set flockmates other females-on neighbors
set nearest-neighbor min-one-of flockmates [distance myself]
ifelse (([ocupado] of nearest-neighbor) = 0 and ([wait-time] of nearest-neighbor) = 0 )
[
set ocupado 1
reset-count-down
stay
]   ;If she is free and can
[
continue
]
][continue]
]
]
```

end

to stay

``` ifelse count-down = 0
[
set number-encounter number-encounter + 1
set label number-encounter
reset-count-down
set ocupado 0
]
[
set count-down count-down - 1   ;decrement-timer
set label count-down
]
```

end

to continue  ;MALE MOTH RESPONSE

``` ifelse ( pheromonelevel <= detectionthreshold)
[
; if there is no detectable pheromone move randomly
; flight by non-responding male moths involves short, fast movements in random directions  (J.N. Perry and C.Wall, 1984)
rt flutter-amount 45    ;RANDOM FLIGHT
fd 1
]
[
ifelse (random 25 = 0)
; add some additional randomness to the moth's movement, this allows some small
; probability that the moth might "escape"
[
rt flutter-amount 60
fd 1
]
[
ifelse (pheromonelevel <= saturationlevel)
[
maximize
if (xcor = 0) and (ycor = 0)       ;flying around our sexy plants
[jump 2
rt flutter-amount 70
fd 1
]
if (xcor = 20) and (ycor = 20)
[jump 2
rt flutter-amount 70
fd 1]
if (xcor = -20) and (ycor = -20)
[jump 2
rt flutter-amount 70
fd 1]
if (xcor = 20) and (ycor = -20)
[jump 2
rt flutter-amount 70
fd 1]
if (xcor = -20) and (ycor = 20)
[jump 2
rt flutter-amount 70
fd 1]
]

[
rt flutter-amount 60
fd 1
]
]
]
if not can-move? 1
[ maximize ]

```

end

to move-thru-field-females  ; turtle procedure for female moths behavior

```  ask females
[

;MATING PROCEDURE
ifelse (ocupado = 1)
[
stayfemale
]
[  ;If i am free
ifelse (any? moths-on neighbors) ;There are neighbors
[
let flockmates-fem moths-on neighbors
let nearest-neighbor-fem min-one-of flockmates-fem [distance myself]
ifelse (([nearest-neighbor] of nearest-neighbor-fem) != 0) [
ifelse ( ([who] of self)  = ( [who] of ([nearest-neighbor] of nearest-neighbor-fem) ) and (wait-time = 0) ) ;ask if the neighbor of my neighbor is me:  who-of myself
[
set ocupado 1
set color 85    ;change its colour in order to differentiate it by the observer
stayfemale
] [          continuefemale       ]][continuefemale]
]
[
continuefemale
]
]
]
```

end

to stayfemale

``` ifelse (count-down = 0)
[
reset-count-down
set ocupado 0
set wait-time 100
continuefemale
]
[ set count-down count-down - 1   ;decrement-timer
set label count-down
]
```

end

to continuefemale

```      ifelse wait-time > 0
[set wait-time wait-time - 1]  ;decrement timer for females after mating
[pheromone-emission]
rt flutter-amount 45      ;RANDOM FLIGHT
if not can-move? 1
[rt flutter-amount 60]
fd 1
```

end

to pheromone-emission

```  ask patches in-radius 1[
set pheromonelevel releaserate
set pheromonelevel (pheromone-diffusivity * (sum [old-pheromonelevel] of neighbors4)) + ((1 - ( 4 * pheromone-diffusivity )) * old-pheromonelevel + releaserate)
set old-pheromonelevel pheromonelevel
draw-plate ]
```

end

to-report flutter-amount [limit]

``` ;; This routine takes a number as an input and returns a random value between
;; (+1 * input value) and (-1 * input value).
;; It is used to add a random flutter to the moth's movements
report random-float (2 * limit) - limit
```

end

CHEMOATTRACTION

to maximize  ;; turtle procedure male moth

``` move-to patch-here
let p max-one-of neighbors [pheromonelevel]
let gradient_p [pheromonelevel] of p - pheromonelevel
ifelse (gradient_p > delta) [
face p
rt random-normal 0 (0.2 * (5 / gradient_p))    ;; RANDOM TURNING ANGLE INVERSELY RELATED TO THE GRADIENT OF PHEROMONE CONCENTRATION (model project approximation)
fd 1
]
[rt flutter-amount 60
fd 1]
```

end

Draws the patches that are within the plate

to draw-plate  ;; Patch Procedure

``` if ((abs pycor) <= plate-size) and ((abs pxcor) <= plate-size)
[color-patch]
```

end

color the patch based on its pheromonelevel

to color-patch  ;; Patch Procedure

``` set pcolor scale-color 123 pheromonelevel 50 0
```

end

to-report releaserate

``` report 3 * release-rate
```

end

to-report releaserate-sexyplant

``` report 3 * release-rate-sexyplant         ;Primary sex pheromone components are approximately defined as those emitted by the calling insect that are obligatory
```

end  ;for trap catch in the field at component emission rates similar to that used by the insect.

```                                           ;(W. L. Roelofs and R. T. Carde. Responses of Lepidoptera to Synthetic Sex Pheromone Chemicals and their Analogues, Page 386.
```
report the pheromone diffusivity constant that we use for the calculations of pheromone diffusion

to-report pheromone-diffusivity

``` report number-diffusivity
```

end

to-report wind-forcex

``` report wind-force-x
```

end

to-report wind-forcey

``` report wind-force-y
```

end

to-report delta

``` report 5 - moth-sensitivity

```

end

to-report saturationlevel

``` report saturation-level-threshold
```

end

to-report detectionthreshold

``` report detection-threshold
```

end

to reset-count-down

``` set count-down 40
```

end

Copyright 2014 Valencia_UPV iGEM team
See Info tab for full copyright and license.

@#\$#@#\$#@ GRAPHICS-WINDOW 976 12 1581 627 50 49 5.9 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 -50 50 -49 49 1 1 1 ticks 20.0

SLIDER 978 637 1178 670 initial-plate-pherolevel initial-plate-pherolevel 0 25 0 1 1 NIL HORIZONTAL

BUTTON 1480 640 1545 673 Go go T 1 T OBSERVER NIL NIL NIL NIL 1

BUTTON 1273 639 1389 672 Setup setup NIL 1 T OBSERVER NIL NIL NIL NIL 1

BUTTON 1398 640 1471 673 Go Once go NIL 1 T OBSERVER NIL NIL NIL NIL 1

SWITCH 1216 12 1317 45 switch switch 1 1 -1000

SLIDER 32 33 204 66 number-moths number-moths 0 100 5 1 1 u HORIZONTAL

SLIDER 33 78 205 111 number-females number-females 0 50 5 1 1 u HORIZONTAL

SLIDER 32 443 245 476 number-diffusivity number-diffusivity 0.01 0.2 0.177 0.001 1 cm^2/s HORIZONTAL

PLOT 273 337 957 640 Meetings in time Time Number of meeting 0.0 1000.0 0.0 10.0 true false "" "" PENS "males mating" 1.0 0 -2674135 true "" "plot sum [ocupado] of moths"

SLIDER 27 304 199 337 moth-sensitivity moth-sensitivity 0 5 4.6 0.001 1 NIL HORIZONTAL

SLIDER 26 262 214 295 saturation-level-threshold saturation-level-threshold 1 100 8 1 1 NIL HORIZONTAL

MONITOR 306 369 575 422 number of encounters at this instant sum [ocupado] of moths 17 1 13

PLOT 275 12 955 329 Total number of encounters in time Time Number of encounters 0.0 1000.0 0.0 100.0 true true "" "" PENS "total number of encounters up to now" 1.0 0 -14070903 true "" "plot sum [number-encounter] of moths" "males mating at this moment" 1.0 0 -2674135 true "" "plot sum [ocupado] of moths"

MONITOR 314 39 507 93 total number of encounters sum [number-encounter] of moths 17 1 13

SLIDER 27 217 198 250 detection-threshold detection-threshold 0.5 5 1.2 0.1 1 NIL HORIZONTAL

SLIDER 32 488 176 521 wind-force-x wind-force-x -0.1 0.1 0 0.01 1 NIL HORIZONTAL

SLIDER 33 534 172 567 wind-force-y wind-force-y -0.1 0.1 0 0.01 1 NIL HORIZONTAL

SLIDER 27 178 198 211 release-rate release-rate 0 1 0.999 0.001 1 µg/h HORIZONTAL

SLIDER 27 346 246 379 release-rate-sexyplant release-rate-sexyplant 0 1 0.998 0.001 1 µg/h HORIZONTAL

@#\$#@#\$#@

1. WHAT IS IT?

This model simulates pheromone diffusion processes and its influence in moths response. http://2014.igem.org/Team:Valencia_UPV

1. HOW IT WORKS

Visit our wiki!

1. HOW TO USE IT

Visit our wiki!

1. THINGS TO TRY

Visit our wiki!

1. THINGS TO NOTICE

Visit our wiki!

1. EXTENDING THE MODEL

This model simulates a classic partial differential equation problem (that of heat diffusion with advection).

1. HOW TO CITE

If you mention this model in a publication, we ask that you include these citations for the model itself and for the NetLogo software:

• Valencia_UPV iGEM, Alejandra González Boscá (2014) Pheromone diffusion and moths response with Sexyplants

1. COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Valencia_UPV iGEM 2014

Alejandra González Boscá

@#\$#@#\$#@ default true 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 5 40 250 150 205 260 250

airplane true 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 0 135 15 120 60 120 105 15 165 15 195 120 180 135 240 105 270 120 285 150 270 180 285 210 270 165 240 180 180 285 195 285 165 180 105 180 60 165 15

arrow true 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 0 0 150 105 150 105 293 195 293 195 150 300 150

box false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 285 285 225 285 75 150 135 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 135 15 75 150 15 285 75 Polygon -7500403 true true 15 75 15 225 150 285 150 135 Line -16777216 false 150 285 150 135 Line -16777216 false 150 135 15 75 Line -16777216 false 150 135 285 75

bug true 0 Circle -7500403 true true 96 182 108 Circle -7500403 true true 110 127 80 Circle -7500403 true true 110 75 80 Line -7500403 true 150 100 80 30 Line -7500403 true 150 100 220 30

butterfly true 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 165 209 199 225 225 225 255 195 270 165 255 150 240 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 165 89 198 75 225 75 255 105 270 135 255 150 240 Polygon -7500403 true true 139 148 100 105 55 90 25 90 10 105 10 135 25 180 40 195 85 194 139 163 Polygon -7500403 true true 162 150 200 105 245 90 275 90 290 105 290 135 275 180 260 195 215 195 162 165 Polygon -16777216 true false 150 255 135 225 120 150 135 120 150 105 165 120 180 150 165 225 Circle -16777216 true false 135 90 30 Line -16777216 false 150 105 195 60 Line -16777216 false 150 105 105 60

car false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 300 180 279 164 261 144 240 135 226 132 213 106 203 84 185 63 159 50 135 50 75 60 0 150 0 165 0 225 300 225 300 180 Circle -16777216 true false 180 180 90 Circle -16777216 true false 30 180 90 Polygon -16777216 true false 162 80 132 78 134 135 209 135 194 105 189 96 180 89 Circle -7500403 true true 47 195 58 Circle -7500403 true true 195 195 58

circle false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 0 0 300

circle 2 false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 0 0 300 Circle -16777216 true false 30 30 240

cow false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 200 193 197 249 179 249 177 196 166 187 140 189 93 191 78 179 72 211 49 209 48 181 37 149 25 120 25 89 45 72 103 84 179 75 198 76 252 64 272 81 293 103 285 121 255 121 242 118 224 167 Polygon -7500403 true true 73 210 86 251 62 249 48 208 Polygon -7500403 true true 25 114 16 195 9 204 23 213 25 200 39 123

cylinder false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 0 0 300

dot false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 90 90 120

face happy false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 8 8 285 Circle -16777216 true false 60 75 60 Circle -16777216 true false 180 75 60 Polygon -16777216 true false 150 255 90 239 62 213 47 191 67 179 90 203 109 218 150 225 192 218 210 203 227 181 251 194 236 217 212 240

face neutral false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 8 7 285 Circle -16777216 true false 60 75 60 Circle -16777216 true false 180 75 60 Rectangle -16777216 true false 60 195 240 225

face sad false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 8 8 285 Circle -16777216 true false 60 75 60 Circle -16777216 true false 180 75 60 Polygon -16777216 true false 150 168 90 184 62 210 47 232 67 244 90 220 109 205 150 198 192 205 210 220 227 242 251 229 236 206 212 183

fish false 0 Polygon -1 true false 44 131 21 87 15 86 0 120 15 150 0 180 13 214 20 212 45 166 Polygon -1 true false 135 195 119 235 95 218 76 210 46 204 60 165 Polygon -1 true false 75 45 83 77 71 103 86 114 166 78 135 60 Polygon -7500403 true true 30 136 151 77 226 81 280 119 292 146 292 160 287 170 270 195 195 210 151 212 30 166 Circle -16777216 true false 215 106 30

flag false 0 Rectangle -7500403 true true 60 15 75 300 Polygon -7500403 true true 90 150 270 90 90 30 Line -7500403 true 75 135 90 135 Line -7500403 true 75 45 90 45

flower false 0 Polygon -10899396 true false 135 120 165 165 180 210 180 240 150 300 165 300 195 240 195 195 165 135 Circle -7500403 true true 85 132 38 Circle -7500403 true true 130 147 38 Circle -7500403 true true 192 85 38 Circle -7500403 true true 85 40 38 Circle -7500403 true true 177 40 38 Circle -7500403 true true 177 132 38 Circle -7500403 true true 70 85 38 Circle -7500403 true true 130 25 38 Circle -7500403 true true 96 51 108 Circle -16777216 true false 113 68 74 Polygon -10899396 true false 189 233 219 188 249 173 279 188 234 218 Polygon -10899396 true false 180 255 150 210 105 210 75 240 135 240

house false 0 Rectangle -7500403 true true 45 120 255 285 Rectangle -16777216 true false 120 210 180 285 Polygon -7500403 true true 15 120 150 15 285 120 Line -16777216 false 30 120 270 120

leaf false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 210 135 195 120 210 60 210 30 195 60 180 60 165 15 135 30 120 15 105 40 104 45 90 60 90 90 105 105 120 120 120 105 60 120 60 135 30 150 15 165 30 180 60 195 60 180 120 195 120 210 105 240 90 255 90 263 104 285 105 270 120 285 135 240 165 240 180 270 195 240 210 180 210 165 195 Polygon -7500403 true true 135 195 135 240 120 255 105 255 105 285 135 285 165 240 165 195

line true 0 Line -7500403 true 150 0 150 300

line half true 0 Line -7500403 true 150 0 150 150

pentagon false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 15 15 120 60 285 240 285 285 120

person false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 110 5 80 Polygon -7500403 true true 105 90 120 195 90 285 105 300 135 300 150 225 165 300 195 300 210 285 180 195 195 90 Rectangle -7500403 true true 127 79 172 94 Polygon -7500403 true true 195 90 240 150 225 180 165 105 Polygon -7500403 true true 105 90 60 150 75 180 135 105

plant false 0 Rectangle -7500403 true true 135 90 165 300 Polygon -7500403 true true 135 255 90 210 45 195 75 255 135 285 Polygon -7500403 true true 165 255 210 210 255 195 225 255 165 285 Polygon -7500403 true true 135 180 90 135 45 120 75 180 135 210 Polygon -7500403 true true 165 180 165 210 225 180 255 120 210 135 Polygon -7500403 true true 135 105 90 60 45 45 75 105 135 135 Polygon -7500403 true true 165 105 165 135 225 105 255 45 210 60 Polygon -7500403 true true 135 90 120 45 150 15 180 45 165 90

square false 0 Rectangle -7500403 true true 30 30 270 270

square 2 false 0 Rectangle -7500403 true true 30 30 270 270 Rectangle -16777216 true false 60 60 240 240

star false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 151 1 185 108 298 108 207 175 242 282 151 216 59 282 94 175 3 108 116 108

target false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 0 0 300 Circle -16777216 true false 30 30 240 Circle -7500403 true true 60 60 180 Circle -16777216 true false 90 90 120 Circle -7500403 true true 120 120 60

tree false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 118 3 94 Rectangle -6459832 true false 120 195 180 300 Circle -7500403 true true 65 21 108 Circle -7500403 true true 116 41 127 Circle -7500403 true true 45 90 120 Circle -7500403 true true 104 74 152

triangle false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 30 15 255 285 255

triangle 2 false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 150 30 15 255 285 255 Polygon -16777216 true false 151 99 225 223 75 224

truck false 0 Rectangle -7500403 true true 4 45 195 187 Polygon -7500403 true true 296 193 296 150 259 134 244 104 208 104 207 194 Rectangle -1 true false 195 60 195 105 Polygon -16777216 true false 238 112 252 141 219 141 218 112 Circle -16777216 true false 234 174 42 Rectangle -7500403 true true 181 185 214 194 Circle -16777216 true false 144 174 42 Circle -16777216 true false 24 174 42 Circle -7500403 false true 24 174 42 Circle -7500403 false true 144 174 42 Circle -7500403 false true 234 174 42

turtle true 0 Polygon -10899396 true false 215 204 240 233 246 254 228 266 215 252 193 210 Polygon -10899396 true false 195 90 225 75 245 75 260 89 269 108 261 124 240 105 225 105 210 105 Polygon -10899396 true false 105 90 75 75 55 75 40 89 31 108 39 124 60 105 75 105 90 105 Polygon -10899396 true false 132 85 134 64 107 51 108 17 150 2 192 18 192 52 169 65 172 87 Polygon -10899396 true false 85 204 60 233 54 254 72 266 85 252 107 210 Polygon -7500403 true true 119 75 179 75 209 101 224 135 220 225 175 261 128 261 81 224 74 135 88 99

wheel false 0 Circle -7500403 true true 3 3 294 Circle -16777216 true false 30 30 240 Line -7500403 true 150 285 150 15 Line -7500403 true 15 150 285 150 Circle -7500403 true true 120 120 60 Line -7500403 true 216 40 79 269 Line -7500403 true 40 84 269 221 Line -7500403 true 40 216 269 79 Line -7500403 true 84 40 221 269

x false 0 Polygon -7500403 true true 270 75 225 30 30 225 75 270 Polygon -7500403 true true 30 75 75 30 270 225 225 270

@#\$#@#\$#@ NetLogo 5.1.0 @#\$#@#\$#@ @#\$#@#\$#@ @#\$#@#\$#@ @#\$#@#\$#@ @#\$#@#\$#@ default 0.0 -0.2 0 0.0 1.0 0.0 1 1.0 0.0 0.2 0 0.0 1.0 link direction true 0 Line -7500403 true 150 150 90 180 Line -7500403 true 150 150 210 180

@#\$#@#\$#@ 0 @#\$#@#\$#@