Introduction to Mathematical Biology by S. I. Rubinow
(Dover Books on Biology)

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Designed to explore the applications of mathematical techniques and methods related to biology, this text explores five areas: cell growth, enzymatic reactions, physiological tracers, biological fluid dynamics and diffusion. Topics essentially follow a course in elementary differential equations — some linear algebra and graph theory; requires only a knowledge of elementary calculus.
 

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Published January 13, 2003 by Dover Publications. 416 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction