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What is Mathematical Biology?
Mathematical biology is a branch of biology that uses mathematical models, analyses, and representations of living organisms to examine the systems that govern structure, development, and behaviour within biological systems. Its research focusses on the development and analysis of models of population dynamics and evolution with applications in ecology, epidemiology and animal behaviour It is also known as biomathematics or mathematical and theoretical biology (University of Alberta, 2000).
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University of Alberta (2000). Mathematical Biology. https://www.ualberta.ca/science/mathematical-biology.html#:~:text=Mathematical%20biology%20(also%20known%20as,of%20and%20within%20biological%20systems.