Mathematical Modelling in Plant Biology
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Progress in plant biology relies on the quantification, analysis and mathematical modeling of data over different time and length scales. This book describes common mathematical and computational approaches as well as some carefully chosen case studies that demonstrate the use of these techniques to solve problems at the forefront of plant biology. Each chapter is written by an expert in field with the goal of conveying concepts whilst at the same time providing sufficient background and links to available software for readers to rapidly build their own models and run their own simulations. This book is aimed at postgraduate students and researchers working the field of plant systems biology and synthetic biology, but will also be a useful reference for anyone wanting to get into quantitative plant biology.
"This book is an interesting collection of ten types of mathematical and computational methods used for modelling processes occurring in plants. ... the book is written for an audience with a solid background in either mathematical/ computational methods or plant biology the structure of the chapters and the usage of numerous case studies complemented with an extensive set of references recommend this book is a good starting point for undergraduate, graduates and established researchers with an interest in this field." (Irina Ioana Mohorianu, zbMATH 1415.92008, 2019)
Herausgeber Richard J. Morris
Größe 235 x 158 x 155 mm
Produktgewicht 524 g