A Short History Of Mathematical Population Dynamics

Author: Nicolas Bacaër
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780857291158
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The last chapter focuses on the numerous contemporary problems in population
dynamics that one can try to analyze from a mathematical point of view. For those
who would like to know more, the lists of references at the end of each chapter
also include web sites from which original articles may be downloaded. It was not
possible in a book of this length. 1 Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 1986.
For English readers, Quantitative Methods in Biological and Medical Sciences by
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Recent Advances In Quantitative Methods In Cancer And Human Health Risk Assessment

Author: Lutz Edler
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470857668
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This comprehensive text accounts for the wealth of new biological data as well as
new biological, toxicological and medical approaches to be used for risk
assessment. Mathematical, statistical and computational methods are presented
for exposure assessment, hazard identification, dose-response modelling and
hazard characterization. This volume has been ... scientists who present recent
work and points of view on the best risk assessment methodologies. We believe
that this ...

Quantitative Research In Human Biology And Medicine

Author: Sigismund Peller
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 1483281086
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A few decades ago, medical statisticians in Central Europe would very likely
have been unanimous in rejecting the opinion that Harvey used a statistical
method. Even if they had been convinced that it was not Harvey's experiments
but his quantitative reasoning that was his essential methodological contribution,
they would still have felt justified in their rejection of this opinion. No less definite,
probably, would have been the point of view of the Anglo-American scientists of
that time, ...

Essentials Of Biophysics

Author: Narayan
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 812242080X
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(iii) All biological problems can be addressed at the cellular, molecular and
atomic levels, due to recent advances in physicochemical techniques and
computer-based processing and modeling methods applied to biological systems
. Modern ... in solving the three-dimensional structures of proteins, hemoglobin
and myoglobin, respectively, X-ray crystallographers played (and are playing) a
very important role in extending the quantitative approach in biological and
medical sciences.

Electroanalytical Methods Of Biological Materials

Author: Anna Brajter-toth
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0824744586
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Chemical analysis of single cells is an area of great interest in the biological and
medical sciences, as knowledge of the dynamics of single cells should advance
our understanding of such diverse processes as neuronal communication, ...
However, one technique, electroanalysis, is especially useful for these types of
studies as it has the ability to provide highly sensitive qualitative and quantitative
information for electroactive neurochemicals that are easily oxidized or reduced.

Mathematical And Computational Methods In Physiology

Author: L. Fedina
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483190226
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The role of mathematical and computational methods in the field of medical
sciences in biology and physiology is becoming increasingly important. The need
for quantitative description of physiological phenomena and for quantitative
comparison of experimental data with values deducted from models is today's
reality. This need is manifesting through the lectures and discussions of recent
national and international symposia dealing with mathematical and
computational problems of ...

Advances In Biological And Medical Physics

Author: Cornelius A. Tobias
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 1483281752
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279 I. INTRODUCTION The method to be described is one which permits
quantitative determinations of blood flow in the gross structures of the central
nervous system. Other available quantitative methods for measuring cerebral
blood flow, e.g., the nitrous oxide technique (12, 15) and its modifications (11, 18,
19, 20, 23) or the various tracer dilution techniques (7, 12, 21), apply only to the
brain as a whole. Observations of the circulation in specific areas of the brain
have been made ...

Research Films In Biology Anthropology Psychology And Medicine

Author: Anthony Michaelis
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0323147720
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The resulting benefits to research, as well as the limitations of cinematography,
are fully set out in the introductory chapter and often considered in relation to the
specific subjects of this book. A critical discussion of the appropriate techniques
— cinemicrography, the making of human record films, medical and X-ray
cinematography—precedes in each case the accounts of their usefulness in the
biological, human, and medical sciences, the three main parts of this work. My
purpose in ...