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The models in these pages are examples of dynamic biological processes such as glycolysis, cell cycle progression and calcium signalling.
Dynamics refers to the changes in the biological system relative to time, a version of kinetics. The pages provide the information needed to go through the process of creating mathematical models of biological behaviors.
The features of the biological models discussed in these pages:
Biological processes: Examples of conceptual maps/models using Stella representations.
These pages are dedicated to assisting biologists and biology educators to develop skills needed to make use of computer models in their biological research and teaching.
Created by Dr. Raquell M. Holmes