International conference on mathematical biology 2007: ICMB07 : Putrjaya, Malaysia, 4-6 September 2007

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American Institute of Physics, Feb 5, 2008 - Computers - 297 pages
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Mathematical biology is an interdisciplinary area that focuses on the application of mathematics to biology systems. Mathematical biology spans all levels of biological organization and biological function, from the configuration of biological macromolecules to the entire ecosphere over the course of evolutionary time. The International Conference on Mathematical Biology 2007 provides the opportunity to bring together the people, projects and issues from all over the world to share experiences and examine the challenge of applying mathematics to biological problems.

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Contents

The Case of Dengue and Mangrove
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Graph Theory in Protein Sequence Clustering and Tertiary
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The Quantum Mathematical Modelling of Adsorption of Atoms
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