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Dynamic Phenomenon Slime Mold Cellular Slime Mold Relative Refractory Period Autonomous Oscillation. Cite this paper as: Segel . 1988) Dynamic Phenomena in Molecular and Cellular Biology. In: Markus . Müller . These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Nicolis G. (eds) From Chemical to Biological Organization. Springer Series in Synergetics, vol 39.
Xx, 300 pages : 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-296) and index. Machine derived contents note: Preface - Note to the instructor - Conventions and notations - 1. Optimal strategies for the metabolism of storage materials - 2. Recursion relations in ecological and cellular population dynamics - 3. Population genetics: separate generations - 4. Enzyme kinetics - 5. The chemostat - 6. A model of the cellular.
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The dynamic development of various processes is a central problem of biology and indeed of all the sciences. The mathematics describing that development is, in general, complicated, because the models that are realistic are usually nonlinear. Consequently many biologists may not notice a possible application of theory. They may be unable to decide whether a particular model captures the essence of a system, or to appreciate that analysis of a model can reveal important aspects of biological problems and may even describe in detail how a system works.
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In this invaluable textbook Professor Segel adopts a general approach to model analysis and analyses a range of problems of gradually increasing biological and mathematical complexity. Little mathematical background is required beyond a knowledge of elementary calculus and the author places his emphasis squarely on concepts rather than techniques.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Preface; Note to the instructor; Conventions and notations; 1. Optimal strategies for the metabolism of storage materials; 2. Recursion relations in ecological and cellular population dynamics; 3. Population genetics: separate generations; 4. Enzyme kinetics; 5. The chemostat; 6. A model of the cellular slime mold cAMP signaling system; 7. Diffusion; 8. Developmental pattern formation and stability theory; 9. A mechanical basis for morphogenesis
Modeling dynamic phenomena in molecular and cellular biology. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Biological Models, Cytology, Data processing, Mathematical models, Mathematics, Molecular biology, Structural Models.
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Author: Lee A. Segel
Category: Math and Science
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (March 30, 1984)
Pages: 324 pages
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