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Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Biological Pattern Formation (Nato Science Series: A:)

Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Biological Pattern Formation (Nato Science Series: A:)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animal physiology,
  • Developmental Biology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • General,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Life Sciences - Genetics & Genomics,
  • Science / Biology,
  • Congresses,
  • Morphogenesis,
  • Pattern formation (Biology)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHans G. Othmer (Editor), Philip K. Maini (Editor), James D. Murray (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages398
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9771849M
    ISBN 100306446618
    ISBN 109780306446610

    On Growth and Form Spatio-temporal Pattern Formation in Biology M. A. J. Chaplain and G. D. Singh, both of the University of Dundee, UK J. C. McLachlan, St. Andrews University, UK Spatio-temporal pattern formation is a major area of research within the subject of mathematical by:   The Turing, or reaction-diffusion (RD), model is one of the best-known theoretical models used to explain self-regulated pattern formation in the developing animal embryo. Although its real-world relevance was long debated, a number of compelling examples have gradually alleviated much of the skepticism surrounding the model. The RD model can generate a wide variety of spatial patterns, and Cited by:

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.   Protein pattern formation is essential for the spatial organization of many intracellular processes like cell division, flagellum positioning, and chemotaxis. A prominent example of intracellular patterns are the oscillatory pole-to-pole oscillations of Min proteins in \textit{E. coli} whose biological function is to ensure precise cell by:

    We report experimental and theoretical results on spatiotemporal pattern formation in cell populations, where the parameters vary in space and time due to mechanisms intrinsic to the system. Under which conditions spatio-temporal patterns emerge, and how these patterns are regulated by biochemical and geometrical factors are major aspects of current research. Here we review recent theoretical and experimental advances in the eld of intracellular pattern formation, focusing on general design principles and fundamental physical.


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This volume contains the proceedings of the NATO ARW on 'Biological Pattern Formation' held at Merton College, University of Oxford, on August, The objective of the workshop was to bring together a select group of theoreticians and experimental biologists to present the latest results in the area of biological pattern formation and to foster interactiqn across dis- plines.

Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Biological Pattern Formation J. Murray (auth.), Hans G. Othmer, Philip K. Maini, James D. Murray (eds.) This volume contains the proceedings of the NATO ARW on 'Biological Pattern Formation' held at Merton College, University of Oxford, on. In Morphogenesis and Pattern Formation in Biological Systems: Experiments and Models, experimental and theoretical aspects of biology are integrated for the construction and investigation of models of complex processes.

This collection of articles on the latest advances by leading researchers not only brings together work from a wide spectrum of disciplines, but also provides a stepping-stone.

The fluid dynamics applications include multiphase flow, convection, diffusion, heat transfer, rheology, granular material, viscous flow, porous media flow, geophysics and astrophysics. The material contained in the book includes recent advances in experimental and theoretical fluid dynamics and will be of great use to those involved in either.

Whether the process is the generation of cartilage patterns in the developing limb, the formation of feathers and scales, the myriad of colour patterns on butterfly wings, regeneration in Hydra, the segmentation in the egg of a developing Drosophila, the patterns on the coats of animals, the formation of the grex in Dictyostelium and so on, a key question is “How are these patterns formed and what is Cited by: 2.

The recent dramatic advances inbiotechnology have led to an explosion of data in the life sciences at the molecular level as well as more detailed observation and ch- acterization at the cellular and tissue levels.

Itis now absolutely clear that one needs a theoretical framework inwhich to place. Pattern Formation Epithelial Sheet Recent Experimental Evidence Homogeneous Steady State Appendage Formation These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 4. Second, we investigate the order-formation process in colloidal crystals and present an experimental observation of 2D array formation.

Third, we demonstrate pattern formation in crystals on the basis of the Mullins–Sekerka instability, and in chemical and biological systems on.

complex patterns can be generated by hierarchical su-perimposition of several pattern forming systems. The formation of a regular periodic arrangement of different cell types or the generation of polygonal patterns will be discussed.

The models of that section are original and so far unpublished. Appendix 7 contains a complete discussion of the. The objective of the workshop was to bring together a select group of theoreticians and experimental biologists to present the latest results in the area of biological pattern formation and to foster interactiqn across dis- plines.

Pattern Formation Field Model Unicellular Organism Mirror Image Pattern Middle Member These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 1. Protein pattern formation is essential for the spatial organization of many intracellular processes like cell division, flagellum positioning, and chemotaxis.

A prominent example of intracellular patterns are the oscillatory pole-to-pole oscillations of Min proteins in \\textit{E. coli} whose biological function is to ensure precise cell division. Cell polarization, a prerequisite for Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Biological Pattern Formation, held August, in Oxford, England, United Kingdom"--Title page verso.

Although such models are capable of capturing some aspects of development they are inconsistent with key experimental observations. Here we consider a two-step hierarchy of patterning mechanisms in which the spatial pattern of a control chemical regulates morphogen diffusivity in an overlying reaction diffusion by: 1.

This book facilitates an integrative understanding of the development, genetics and evolution of butterfly wing patterns. To develop a deep and realistic understanding of the diversity and evolution of butterfly wing patterns, it is essential and necessary to approach the problem from various kinds of key research fields such as “evo-devo,” “eco-devo,” ”developmental genetics.

8 Biological Pattern Formation PDE’s, CAs and IBMs 51 This course is an introduction into Theoretical Biology for biology students. We will teach you how to read mathematical models, and how to analyze them, with the ultimate aim that you can.

Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Biological Pattern Formation, () On a tissue interaction model for skin pattern formation. Journal Cited by: Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.

Articles and issues. Latest issue All issues. Search in this journal. Vol Issue 4 Pages () Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Biological Pattern This volume contains the proceedings of the NATO ARW on 'Biological Pattern Formation' held at Merton College, University of Oxford, on August, The objective of the workshop was to bring together a select group of theoreticians and experimental 4/4(19).

Biophys. Molec. Biol. 37, ) and Meinhardt's book ‘Models of Biological Pattern Formation’ (Academic Press, ). The first of these deals, in addition to pattern formation, with the generation of tissue curvature and real form.

It ends with fine remarks on philosophical issues, such as the relation of physicalism and biological form. James D. Murray's 21 research works with 1, citations and 5, reads, including: On the mechanical theory of biological pattern formation with application to vasculogenesis.A new version of Turing model for biological pattern formation is proposed.

• The new model calculates the pattern with the shape of activation-inhibition kernel. • The new model can be used without the detailed information about the functional molecules. • The model can be used to unify the many pre-existing models of pattern formation.Protein pattern formation is essential for the spatial organization of many intracellular processes like cell division, flagellum positioning, and chemotaxis.

A prominent example of intracellular patterns are the oscillatory pole-to-pole oscillations of Min proteins in E. coli whose biological function is to ensure precise cell division.

Cell polarization, a prerequisite for processes such as Cited by: