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**J. Mazumdar**

- Author:J. Mazumdar
- ISBN:0521646758
- ISBN13:978-0521646758
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- Publisher:Cambridge University Press; 2 edition (October 13, 1999)
- Pages:244 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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Series: Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology (16). This textbook is concerned with the mathematical modelling of biological and physiological phenomena for mathematically sophisticated students.

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This book tells what we knew about the mathematics of epidemics up until 1990. The differential equations (beginning with Bernoulli and moving forward) are presented well. That is, the variables are defined in the text and not too many steps are skipped in the derivations

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This book provides a clear and concise summary of the fluid dynamics of the locomotion of living organisms. The biological phenomena described in detail range from the swimming of bacteria and fish to the flying of insects and birds. The breadth of treatment requires the study of two basic fluid-dynamical regimes. In the first case, that of small organisms, the viscosity of the fluid is paramount in deciding the most effective swimming strategy. Series: Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology (Book 2).

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Preface 1. Dimensional analysis in mathematical physiology 2. The mathematics of diffusion 3. Population . Population biology 4. Biogeography: mathematical analysis of wildlife reserves 5. Pharmacokinetics: drug distribution in pharmacology 6. Mathematical modelling in epidemiology 7. Modelling the AIDS epidemic 8. Biological fluid mechanics 9. Analysis and applications of left ventricular mechanics 1. cle{Mazumdar1989AnIT, title {An introduction to mathematical physiology and biology}, author {Jagannath Mazumdar}, journal {Acta Applicandae Mathematica}, year {1989}, volume {18}, pages {297-300} }.