|1. “An Introduction to Systems Biology: Design Principles of Biological Circuits” by Alon U
Book Review: This book provides a presentation of the design principles of biological systems and also stresses the recurring circuit elements that are used to build up biological networks. The book also presents a simple mathematical framework which is used for design and understanding of biological circuits. The book also focuses on biological systems that illustrate key principles and concepts. The book also sets up a strong foundation for the better understanding of general principles. The book also helps the readers to questions the design of a system and go ahead to answer it with simplified models.
|2. “Mathematical Biology: An Introduction” by Murray J.
Book Review: This is a very good textbook that covers all the latest developments happening in the field of mathematical biology. The book demonstrates the practical usage of mathematical modeling and contains many exercises from different bio scientific disciplines like population biology, developmental biology, physiology, epidemiology, evolution and many more. The book is of great use to the graduate students.
|3. “An Introduction to Mathematical Biology” by Linda J.S. Allen
Book Review: This book provides introduction to various mathematical models for different biological systems and also presents the mathematical theory and techniques that are used to analyze the models. The book contains mathematical theory applications along with many biological examples. The book also concentrates on deterministic mathematical models thereby stressing on qualitative behavior prediction. The book also discusses leslie matrix model, Nicholson bailey model, lotka volterra prey model and many more. The book also exposes many mathematical models in biology.
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