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Some Mathematical Questions in Biology—Neuro-Biology
 
Edited by: Robert M. Miura
Some Mathematical Questions in Biology---Neuro-Biology
Softcover ISBN:  978-0-8218-1165-8
Product Code:  LLSCI/15
List Price: $46.00
MAA Member Price: $41.40
AMS Member Price: $36.80
Some Mathematical Questions in Biology---Neuro-Biology
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Some Mathematical Questions in Biology—Neuro-Biology
Edited by: Robert M. Miura
Softcover ISBN:  978-0-8218-1165-8
Product Code:  LLSCI/15
List Price: $46.00
MAA Member Price: $41.40
AMS Member Price: $36.80
  • Book Details
     
     
    Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences
    Volume: 151982; 122 pp
    MSC: Primary 92;

    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, D.C. 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. Miura and the committee wisely chose to concentrate on one or two topics concerned mainly with the properties of individual neurons and their processes.

    In summary, this is an excellent collection of articles on some of the more interesting and timely problems of cellular neurobiology. The articles, especially those by Plant, Rinzel, and Nicholson and Phillips, are all excellent expositions of important problems. I recommend this volume to anyone interested in mathematical neurobiology.

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Volume: 151982; 122 pp
MSC: Primary 92;

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, D.C. 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. Miura and the committee wisely chose to concentrate on one or two topics concerned mainly with the properties of individual neurons and their processes.

In summary, this is an excellent collection of articles on some of the more interesting and timely problems of cellular neurobiology. The articles, especially those by Plant, Rinzel, and Nicholson and Phillips, are all excellent expositions of important problems. I recommend this volume to anyone interested in mathematical neurobiology.

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