Melvil Decimal System: 570.151180 Information 196,271 βΉοΈ  1 Philosophy and Psychology 182,817 π  2 Religion 463,618 ππ½  3 Social Sciences 1,017,722 π«  4 Language 130,463 π¬  5 Mathematics and Science 322,970 π¬  6 Technology 751,857 π‘  7 Arts and Recreation 695,836 π¨  8 Literature 929,792 π  9 Biography and History 592,368 πΏ  50 General Science 24,934 π¬  51 Mathematics 61,944 β  52 Astronomy 17,388 π  53 Physics 34,172 π  54 Chemistry 22,053 β  55 Earth sciences & geology 28,173 π  56 Fossils & prehistoric life 6,394 π  57 Life Sciences 45,977 π  58 Botany 17,698 πΏ  59 Zoology 64,237 πΌ  570 Life Sciences 4,610 π  571 Physiology and related subjects 4,408 π  572 Biochemistry 6,642 β  573 Paleoanthropology 2,148  574 Biology 11,448  575 Specific parts of and physiological systems in plants 1,988 π±  576 Evolution And Genetics 3,462  577 Ecology 6,840 π  578 Natural history of organisms and related subjects 1,903  579 Natural history of microorganisms, fungi, algae 2,528 π  570.0 Biology and Anthropology 14  570.1 Theory And Instruction 627  570.2 Miscellany 547 π  570.3 Biologydictionaries 56 π  570.4 Essays, lectures, etc. 13  570.5 8  570.6 11  570.7 Education, research, related topics 388  570.8 Collective works 10  570.9 History, geographic treatment, biography 130  570.10 7  570.11 39  570.12 Classification 14  570.13  570.14 10  570.15 Scientific principles 243  570.16  570.17  570.18  570.19 2  570.150  570.151 Biomathematics 221  570.152  570.153 2  570.154 1  570.155  570.156  570.157 1  570.158  570.159  570.1510  570.1511 38  570.1512 2  570.1513  570.1514 1  570.1515 3  570.1516  570.1517  570.1518  570.1519 121  570.15110  570.15111  570.15112  570.15113  570.15114  570.15115  570.15116  570.15117  570.15118 38  570.15119 
Works under MDS 570.15118
 Mathematical Biology: I. An Introduction (Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics) (Pt. 1) by J.D. Murray
 Mathematical Models in Biology by Leah EdelsteinKeshet
 Mathematical Models in Biology: An Introduction by Elizabeth S. Allman
 Mathematical Biology II by J.D. Murray
 Dynamic Models in Biology by Stephen P. Ellner
 A Course in Mathematical Biology: Quantitative Modeling with Mathematical and Computational Methods by Gerda de Vries
 Branching Processes in Biology by Marek Kimmel
 Computational Analysis of Biochemical Systems: A Practical Guide for Biochemists and Molecular Biologists by Eberhard O. Voit
 Model Based Inference in the Life Sciences: A Primer on Evidence by David R. Anderson
 Mathematical Modeling for the Life Sciences (Universitext) by Jacques Istas
 Mathematical Models of Biological Systems (Oxford Biology) by Hugo van den Berg
 Investigating Biological Systems Using Modeling: Strategies and Software (Book with CDROM for Windows) by Meryl E. Wastney
 Managing complexity : modeling biological systems, 1st Kepler Prize Workshop of the European Academy of Sciences (EURASC), Heidelberg, May 2011 by Marcello Delitala
 Analysis and enumeration : algorithms for biological graphs by marinoandrea
 An Introduction to Mathematical Biology by Linda J.S. Allen
 Theoretical Models in Biology: The Origin of Life, the Immune System, and the Brain (Oxford Science Publications) by Glenn Rowe
 Active particles. Volume 1, Advances in theory, models, and applications by N. Bellomo
 Dynamical Models in Biology by MiklΓΒ³s Farkas
 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2000 : Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 49 January 2000 by Russ Altman

 Biomat 2013 : International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 48 November 2013 by Rubem P. Mondaini
 Biomat 2005 by Rubem P. Mondaini
 Uncertainty in biology : a computational modeling approach by Liesbet Geris
 Women in mathematical biology : research collaboration workshop, Nimbios, Knoxville, June 2015 by Anita T. Layton
 Mathematical biology and biological physics by Rubem P. Mondaini
 Mathematical Modeling of Complex Biological Systems: A Kinetic Theory Approach (Modeling and Simulation in Science, Engineering and Technology) by Abdelghani Bellouquid
 Ein Beitrag zur adaptiven Regelung technischer Systeme nach biologischem Vorbild by behncarsten
 BIOMAT 2015 : International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India, 26 November 2015 by Rubem P. Mondaini
 Moderní analýza biologických dat. 2. díl, Lineární modely s korelacemi v prostΕedí R by Stano PekΓ‘r
 Modeling of Living Systems: From Cell to Ecosystem by Alain PavΓ©
 Dynamic Energy and Mass Budgets in Biological Systems by S. A. L. M. Kooijman
 Physical Models of Living Systems by Philip Nelson
 Introduction to Systems Analysis: Mathematically Modeling Natural Systems by Dieter M. Imboden
 ScalingUp: From Cell to Landscape (Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series) by P. R. van Gardingen
 Dynamical System Models In The Life Sciences And Their Underlying Scientific Issues by Frederic Y. M. Wan
 Biocomputing and emergent computation : proceedings of BCE97 : SkΓΆvde, Sweden 12 September 1997
 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing '96 : Hawaii, USA, 36 January 1996 by Lawrence Hunter
 An Introduction to Optimal Control Problems in Life Sciences and Economics: From Mathematical Models to Numerical Simulation with MATLAB® (Modeling and ... in Science, Engineering and Technology) by Sebastian Ania

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