6 edition of The regulation of cellular systems found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 343-365) and index.
|Statement||Reinhart Heinrich and Stefan Schuster.|
|LC Classifications||QH634.5 .H45 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 372 p. :|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||96001594|
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- Cellular and Molecular Biology; For specialists already concerned with the kinetic behaviour of the multi-enzyme systems, this is the book they need to have- Bulletin of Mathematical BiologyCited by: The book may serve as an introduction for biologists, mathematicians and physicists to key questions in cellular systems which can be studied with mathematical models.
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- Cellular and Molecular Biology; a must, if we want to obtain the unification of all the theories in matter of the regulation of complex cellular systems. - Cellular and Molecular Biology; For specialists already concerned with the kinetic behaviour of the multi-enzyme systems, this is the book they need to have- Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.
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In addition, applied issues as tumor cell growth, dynamics of the immune system and biotechnology are included. The book is based on selected peer-reviewed contributions and discussions at the "1. International MTBio workshop on function and regulation of cellular systems.
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- Cellular and Molecular Biology; a must, if we want to obtain the unification of all the theories in matter of the regulation of complex cellular systems. - Cellular and Molecular Biology; For specialists already concerned with the kinetic behaviour of the multi-enzyme systems, this is the book they need to have- Bulletin of Mathematical.
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Cellular Materials: Mechanics and Motility --Part 4. Complex Network Dynamics in Biological Cells --PArt 5. Interacting Cell Systems --Part 6. How Cells Construct an Organism: Experiments and Modeling --Part 7. Tumors, Diseases and the Immune System --Index.
Series Title: Mathematics and biosciences in interaction. Responsibility. The book may serve as an introduction for biologists, mathematicians and physicists to key questions in cellular systems which can be studied with mathematical models.
Recent model approaches are presented with applications in cellular metabolism, intra- and intercellular signaling, cellular mechanics, network dynamics and pattern formation.
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The course starts with the principles of negative feedback control, and how it regulates blood sugar, water, and temperature in humans. It, then, culminates in the population regulation and ecosystem succession. Homeostasis is a dynamic equilibrium that is maintained in body tissues and organs.
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