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MATH 4350 - Biomathematics

3 hrs
This course provides an introduction to the use of mathematical techniques applied to solve problems in biology. Models discussed fall into three categories: discrete, continuous, and spatially distributed. Biological topics discussed range from the subcellular molecular systems and cellular behavior to physiology problems, population biology and developmental biology.
Prerequisites: MATH 2413 , MATH 3322 .
Offered: Spring.



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