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    S. A. Levin
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Some Mathematical Questions in Biology.

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Some Mathematical Questions in Biology: Proceedings of the 1979 Symposium of Mathematical Biology Held at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Houston, Texas, January 4, 1979

Some Mathematical Questions in Biology: Proceedings of the 1979 Symposium of Mathematical Biology Held at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Houston, Texas, January 4, 1979. Книга 12. Deals with problems in epidemiology, allergic reactions, resource management, and presents a model of respiration. Книга 14. Deals with two principal areas of theoretical biology: developmental biology, and biomechanics.

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Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences. This volume contains papers based on lectures presented at the Seventeenth Annual Symposium on Some Mathematical Questions in Biology which was held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the AAAS. Libro 12. Simon A. Levin31 de diciembre de 1979.

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Population biology has had a long history of mathematical modeling. The 1920s and 1930s saw major strides with the work of Lotka and Volterra in ecology and Fisher, Haldane, and Wright in genetics. In recent years, much more sophisticated mathematical techniques have been brought to bear on questions in population biology. Simultaneously, advances in experimental and field work have produced a wealth of new data. The papers all deal with different aspects of population biology, but there are overlaps in the mathematical techniques used; for example, dynamics of nonlinear differential and difference equations form a common theme.

by. Leah Edelstein-Keshet (Author). Leah Edelstein-Keshet is a member of the Mathematics Department at the University of British Columbia and past president of the Society for Mathematical Biology. Series: Classics in Applied Mathematics (Book 46). Paperback: 184 pages.

Biology, Life Sciences. Zoology & Animal Sciences. Some Mathematical Questions in Biology : Neuro-biology. Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences, V. 15. English. This volume contains lectures presented at the 15th annual meeting on mathematical biology, organized by a joint AMS-SIAM committee, as part of the mathematical activities at the annual AAAS meeting, held January 7, 1982, in Washington, . The meeting was devoted to neurobiology, and was very ably organized by Robert M. Miura. Neurobiology is a very large field, and there are many applications of mathematics that could have been selected.