Minorities and Small Numbers from Molecules to Organisms in Biology

Minorities and Small Numbers from Molecules to Organisms in Biology

Toward a New Understanding of Biological Phenomena


Springer Verlag, Singapore






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Chapter 1.A look at functions that emerge from small numbers.- Chapter 2.Neuronal synaptic connections organized by small numbers of molecules.- Chapter 3.Invasions of small numbers: how many virus particles does it take to infect someone with the flu?.- Chapter 4.Rebellion by the minority: prophecies by molecules on paper and computers.- Chapter 5.The personality of small numbers: do molecules have personality?.- Chapter 6.Distinguishing and searching for minority cells: small in number, but large in effect.- Chapter 7.Digital bioanalysis.- Chapter 8.How small numbers of long genomic DNA are stored in cells.- Chapter 9.Formation by small numbers: minority biological scenarios in correlations among the structure, dynamics, and function of nuclear chromosomes.- Chapter 10.Dividing small numbers: the discreteness and distribution of molecules in the cell membrane.- Chapter 11.Getting to know the functions of small numbers.- Chapter 12.Working in small numbers: The behaviors that emerge when small numbers of bionanomachines team up.- Chapter 13.Thinking small numbers: when, where, and how many molecules there are in the cell.- Chapter 14.Determining small numbers: how the number of flagella is determined.- Chapter 15.Controlling production with small numbers: precision apparatuses made of proteins at work in bacteria.- Chapter 16.Organisms that function with small numbers of molecules.- Chapter 17.How low can you go? The numbers of cells that make up bodies: large numbers and small numbers.- Chapter 18.The flow of time inside the cell: the time of days given by molecules driving the circadian clocks.
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