About this series
The “Theoretical Biology” series publishes volumes on all aspects of life sciences research for which a mathematical or computational approach can offer the appropriate methods to deepen our knowledge and insight.
Topics covered include: cell and molecular biology, genetics, developmental biology, evolutionary biology, behavior sciences, species diversity, population ecology, chronobiology, bioinformatics, immunology, neuroscience, agricultural science, and medicine.
The main focus of the series is on the biological phenomena whereas mathematics or informatics contribute the adequate tools. Target audience is researchers and graduate students in biology and other related areas who are interested in using mathematical techniques or computer simulations to understand biological processes and mathematicians who want to learn what are the questions biologists like to know using diverse mathematical tools.