# Quantitative Biology Research Topics Ideas [MS-PhD]

**Research Area/ Research Interest: Quantitative Biology**

**Research Paper Topics for** Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

1. The impact of integrated STEM modeling on elementary preservice teachers’ self‐efficacy for integrated STEM instruction: A co‐teaching approach

2. Desynchronization of jammed oscillators by avalanches

3. Ten simple rules for tackling your first mathematical models: A guide for graduate students by graduate students

4. Novel quantitative structure–activity relationship model to predict activities of natural products against COVID‐19

5. Quantitative genetics of extreme insular dwarfing: The case of red deer on Jersey

6. On the Edge-version of Topological Indices of Titanium Dioxide Nanotube and Nanosheet

7. Temporal Systematics

8. Quantitative determination of tip undercooling of faceted sea ice with in situ experiments

9. The genetic architecture of behavioral traits in a spider

10. A bioturbator, a holobiont, and a vector: The multifaceted role of Chironomus plumosus in shaping N‐cycling

11. A new efficient medical image cipher based on hybrid chaotic map and DNA code

12. Student Perceptions of the Online Introductory Biology Laboratory Curriculum Using a Framework of Vision and Change and its Core Competencies

13. Gender Differences in Graduate Employability: Why They Matter for Math Teacher Education

14. Adding CURE to Traditional Labs: Hands-On Microplastics Research in Freshwater Systems Conducted by First-Year Biology Students

15. Impact of ground cover vegetation types on the diversity and similarity of spider assemblage at two adjacent sites

16. Biozobots: An Investigation into Using Robotics in an Introductory Biology Course.

17. Chemistry and Grit: The Impact of Prerequisites vs Perseverance on Academic Success in Biology

18. Can a self‐expanding pediatric stent expand with an artery? Relationship of stent design to vascular biology

19. Activation function dependence of the storage capacity of treelike neural networks

20. System for quantitative evaluation of DAB&H-stained breast cancer biopsy digital images (CHISEL)

21. Rhodococcus comparative genomics reveals a phylogenomic-dependent non-ribosomal peptide synthetase distribution: insights into biosynthetic gene …

22. Math counts: major and gender differences in college mathematics coursework

23. Importance of assessing spatial ability in intellectually talented young adolescents: A 20-year longitudinal study.

24. Quantitative studies on gonad cycle, fecundity, reproductive output and recruitment in a Baltic Mytilus edulis population

25. A maximum entropy approach to species distribution modeling

26. Encouraging Competence in Basic Mathematics in Hydrology using The Math You Need

27. Robust and efficient parameter estimation in dynamic models of biological systems

28. Women’s selection of quantitative undergraduate fields of study: Direct and indirect influences

29. On the mechanism and biology of cytochrome oxidase inhibition by nitric oxide

30. Modeling biomolecular networks in cells: structures and dynamics

31. Making a difference for minorities: Evaluation of an educational enrichment program

32. Prescribed active learning increases performance in introductory biology

33. The power of a good idea: Quantitative modeling of the spread of ideas from epidemiological models

34. Quantitative synthesis of context dependency in ant–plant protection mutualisms

35. Gender differences in abilities and preferences among the gifted: Implications for the math-science pipeline

36. Continuing motivation beyond the high school classroom

37. Mathematical modeling of cancer: the future of prognosis and treatment

38. Math Workout for the GMAT

39. Topology and life: in search of general mathematical principles in biology and sociology

40. Math Book: Bibliography

41. Stereotype threat and women’s math performance

42. Mathematical modeling in systems biology: an introduction

43. UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE AND MATH SYMPOSIUM

44. Antibodies exhibit multiple paratope states influencing VH–VL domain orientations

45. Overcoming math anxiety

46. Global systems biology, personalized medicine and molecular epidemiology

47. Physical biology of the cell

48. An investigation of the impact of science course sequencing on student performance in high school science and math

49. When seeing isn’t believing: How math can guide our interpretation of measurements and experiments

50. A quantitative approach to the study of cell shapes and interactions during early chordate embryogenesis

51. Explaining the gender gap in math test scores: The role of competition

52. Early experiences and integration in the persistence of first‐generation college students in STEM and non‐STEM majors

53. Statistical issues with microarrays: processing and analysis

54. Exploring and understanding Maryland’s math and science teachers’ perspectives on NCLB and increase testing: Employing a phenomenological inquiry approach

55. Quantitative and logic modelling of molecular and gene networks

56. TEASIng apart alien species risk assessments: a framework for best practices

57. Power of variance component linkage analysis to detect quantitative trait loci

58. Extensive quantitative remodeling of the proteome between normal colon tissue and adenocarcinoma

59. Using math in physics–2. Estimation

60. Quantitative genetic properties of four measures of deformity in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi Valenciennes, 1833

61. Simultaneous mapping of filamentous actin flow and turnover in migrating cells by quantitative fluorescent speckle microscopy

62. From plant traits to plant communities: a statistical mechanistic approach to biodiversity

63. Beneath the numbers: A review of gender disparities in undergraduate education across science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines

64. Math self-efficacy and the likelihood of pursuing a STEM-based career: a gender-based analysis

65. The function of dendritic spines: a review of theoretical issues

66. Noninvasive functional optical spectroscopy of human breast tissue

67. A Gateway to Opportunities

68. Regulation of gene expression by small non‐coding RNAs: a quantitative view

69. A Letter from the Guest Editors

70. Robustness analysis and tuning of synthetic gene networks

71. Animal groups in three dimensions: how species aggregate

72. Multiscale modeling in biology: New insights into cancer illustrate how mathematical tools are enhancing the understanding of life from the smallest scale to the …

73. Active learning narrows achievement gaps for underrepresented students in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and math

74. Scaling metagenome sequence assembly with probabilistic de Bruijn graphs

75. Advanced placement math and science courses: Influential factors and predictors for success in college STEM majors

76. Suppression of mutations in the alkaline phosphatase structural cistron of E. coli

77. Feature point tracking and trajectory analysis for video imaging in cell biology

78. Quantitative localized 1H MR spectroscopy for clinical use

79. Simplified equation to extract diffusion coefficients from confocal FRAP data

80. Chlorophylls and carotenoids: Measurement and characterization by UV‐VIS spectroscopy

81. Controlled vocabularies and semantics in systems biology

82. A method for detecting modules in quantitative bipartite networks

83. Deep learning automates the quantitative analysis of individual cells in live-cell imaging experiments

84. Measuring Attitude Towards Chemistry, Biology, and Math at a Hispanic-Serving Institution

85. Quantitative analysis of culture using millions of digitized books

86. A quantitative genetic model for growth, shape, reaction norms, and other infinite-dimensional characters

87. Evolving a lingua franca and associated software infrastructure for computational systems biology: the Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) project

88. Anniversary Paper: History and status of CAD and quantitative image analysis: The role of Medical Physics and AAPM

89. Receptors: models for binding, trafficking, and signaling

90. A quantitative measure of migratory connectivity

91. Admission test analysis of pre-service math-science teacher based on its related factors

92. Systems biology and the virtual physiological human

93. Non-graduate teacher recruitment and retention: some factors affecting teacher effectiveness in Tanzania

94. On the changing concept of evolutionary population stability as a reflection of a changing point of view in the quantitative theory of evolution

95. The MicroAnalysis Toolkit: X‐ray fluorescence image processing software

96. Risk analysis of complex and uncertain systems

97. The evolution of protein structures

98. Phenotypic diversity and ecosystem functioning in changing environments: a theoretical framework

99. Modeling transcriptional control in gene networks—methods, recent results, and future directions

100. Commentary: Carcinogenesis as Darwinian evolution? Do the math!

101. A quantitative trait locus associated with cognitive ability in children

102. Bayesian methods in bioinformatics and computational systems biology

103. Integrative mathematical oncology

104. Contributed Session 04: Modelling and Math Biology

105. Connecting mathematics and science: A learning community that helps math-phobic students

106. A quantitative map of the circuit of cat primary visual cortex

107. Homework and students’ achievement in math and science: A 30-year meta-analysis, 1986–2015

108. Math literacy in American schools and society: the accessibility and promotion of math education

109. The case for an error minimizing standard genetic code

110. Neutral additive genetic variance in a metapopulation

111. Supporting girls’ and boys’ engagement in math and science learning: A mixed methods study

112. Local graph alignment and motif search in biological networks

113. FragSeq: transcriptome-wide RNA structure probing using high-throughput sequencing

114. Metabolic network reconstruction of Chlamydomonas offers insight into light‐driven algal metabolism

115. MATH COUNTS Computing for learning math and other disciplines

116. Fractal physiology for physicists: Lévy statistics

117. Minimum information requested in the annotation of biochemical models (MIRIAM)

118. The golden age of theoretical ecology: 1923–1940

119. Mechanics of DNA packaging in viruses

120. Machine learning methods for quantitative radiomic biomarkers

121. Strategies for the physiome project

122. Quantitative measurement of microvascular permeability in human brain tumors achieved using dynamic contrast-enhanced MR imaging: correlation with histologic …

123. Stochastic evolutionary differential games toward a systems theory of behavioral social dynamics

124. The teaching practices inventory: A new tool for characterizing college and university teaching in mathematics and science

125. Randomization, bootstrap and Monte Carlo methods in biology

126. Exploring the inhibitory effect of membrane tension on cell polarization

127. Measuring individual‐level resource specialization

128. Math matters

129. Wavelets: a mathematical tool for signal analysis

130. Classification of biological networks by their qualitative dynamics

131. A perspective on systems analysis in crop production and insect pest management

132. Asymptotic behavior of Markov systems

133. NSF: New Study on Science, Math Teachers in High Schools Focuses on Their Education, Assignment

134. Resolution enhancement techniques in microscopy

135. Predictors of high academic achievement in mathematics and science by mathematically talented students: A longitudinal study.

136. Using qualitative methods to develop a survey measure of math and science engagement

137. The effects of self-efficacy beliefs and metacognition on academic performance: A mixed method study

138. A specific complement-fixing antigen present in SV40 tumor and transformed cells

139. “But I’m not good at math”: The changing salience of mathematical self-concept in shaping women’s and men’s STEM aspirations

140. Gender and course selection in upper secondary education: Effects of academic self-concept and intrinsic value

141. Sex, Math and Scientific Achievement: Why do men dominate the fields of science, engineering and mathematics?

142. Optimality principles in biology

143. Evaluation of an iterative reconstruction method for quantitative elastography

144. Time without end: Physics and biology in an open universe

145. Quantifying absolute protein synthesis rates reveals principles underlying allocation of cellular resources

146. Div. of Applied Math Div. of Biology and Dept. of Mathematics Brown University Medicine Southern Methodist Univ.

147. Anatomy of the normal left atrial appendage: a quantitative study of age-related changes in 500 autopsy hearts: implications for echocardiographic examination

148. Numerical simulation of blowup solutions A white paper submitted to the 2017 DOE ASCR Applied Math Meeting addressing Question 2 (a)

149. Middle school students’ attitudes toward pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and math

150. Matrices and graphs: stability problems in mathematical ecology

151. Identification of nucleocytoplasmic cycling as a remote sensor in cellular signaling by databased modeling

152. The relationship among student achievement scores on the math and science end-of-course-tests and scores on the high school graduation test

153. Clinical quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM): Biometal imaging and its emerging roles in patient care

154. Numeracy: The new literacy for a data-drenched society

155. The role of Socratic questioning in thinking, teaching, and learning

156. Quantitative descriptions of development

157. Evaluation of Teacher Professional Development Mix it Up: Correlated Science and Math Instructional Model

158. Enhancing Math and Science Education with Graphing Technology: Integrating Technology into Preservice Methods Courses

159. Population biology, evolution, and infectious disease: convergence and synthesis

160. Numbers and Math are Nice, but…

161. Finding cycles in synchronous Boolean networks with applications to biochemical systems

162. Ergodic theorems in demography

163. The effectiveness of games for educational purposes: A review of recent research

164. The effects of spontaneous mutation on quantitative traits. I. Variances and covariances of life history traits.

165. Quantitative metrics of net proliferation and invasion link biological aggressiveness assessed by MRI with hypoxia assessed by FMISO-PET in newly diagnosed …

166. Statistical significance of variables driving systematic variation in high-dimensional data

167. A simple model for phase locking of biological oscillators

168. Math and science attitudes and achievement at the intersection of gender and ethnicity

169. Digital literacy skills of math students through e-learning in COVID-19 era: a case study in Universitas Riau

170. How does clickthrough data reflect retrieval quality?

171. Understanding systems-level properties: timely stories from the study of clocks

172. Some new directions in control theory inspired by systems biology

173. Integrating Math & Computer Skills in the Biology Classroom: An Example using Spreadsheet Simulations to Teach Fundamental Sampling Concepts

174. Biophysics for beginners: a journey through the cell nucleus

175. Quantitative analysis of cell-free Epstein-Barr virus DNA in plasma of patients with nasopharyngeal carcinoma

176. Rarefaction, relative abundance, and diversity of avian communities

177. PESTO: parameter estimation toolbox

178. Virtual Cell modelling and simulation software environment

179. Mathematical modeling of gene expression: a guide for the perplexed biologist

180. Selection and phenotypic plasticity in evolutionary biology and animal breeding

181. Critical exponents for a nonlinear reaction-diffusion system with fractional derivatives

182. Molecular driving forces: statistical thermodynamics in biology, chemistry, physics, and nanoscience

183. NetMHCpan, a Method for Quantitative Predictions of Peptide Binding to Any HLA-A and -B Locus Protein of Known Sequence

184. When do gender stereotypes impair math performance? A study of stereotype threat among Ugandan adolescents

185. Microfluidics for mammalian cell chemotaxis

186. Improving the phenotype predictions of a yeast genome‐scale metabolic model by incorporating enzymatic constraints

187. Quantitative fatty acid signature analysis: a new method of estimating predator diets

188. Sequence‐specific determination of protein and peptide concentrations by absorbance at 205 nm

189. Culturally Based Math Education as a Way to Improve Alaska Native Students’ Math Performance.

190. Mathematical models for infectious disease statistics

191. Structural and immunohistological modifications in olfactory bulb of the staggerer mutant mouse

192. The engineering of gene regulatory networks

193. Math and Leaves

194. Traveling the road to success: A discourse on persistence throughout the science pipeline with African American students at a predominantly white institution

195. Noise in biology

196. Update on brain tumor imaging: from anatomy to physiology

197. Molecular systems biology and control

198. Sex differences in visual-spatial ability: The role of performance factors

199. The quantitative limitations of exponential curve fitting

200. Teaching introductory STEM with the Marble Game

201. FEATURE ARTICLE Integrating Math & Computer Skills in the Biology Classroom: An Example Using Spreadsheet Simulations to Teach Fundamental Sampling …

202. Emerging trends in peer review—a survey

203. Possible global minimum lattice configurations for Thomson’s problem of charges on a sphere

204. Dynamic modelling and analysis of biochemical networks: mechanism-based models and model-based experiments

205. The approximate number system and its relation to early math achievement: Evidence from the preschool years

206. Identification and fine mapping of quantitative trait loci for seed vigor in germination and seedling establishment in rice

207. Student-driven research at the mathematical and theoretical biology institute

208. The relationships among high school STEM learning experiences and students’ intent to declare and declaration of a STEM major in college

209. Quantitative clinical radiobiology of early and late lung reactions

210. The math gender gap: The role of culture

211. How to quantify the temporal storage effect using simulations instead of math

212. Dynamic energy budget theory restores coherence in biology

213. Implicit theories of intelligence and academic achievement: A meta-analytic review

214. Metapopulation theory for fragmented landscapes

215. A critical assessment of Levins’s The strategy of model building in population biology (1966)

216. Metabolomics and systems biology: making sense of the soup

217. Emotional presence in a relationship of inquiry: The case of one-to-one online math coaching.

218. Effects of molecular memory and bursting on fluctuations in gene expression

219. Math, magnets, and medicine: Enabling personalized oncology

220. Bacterial growth laws and their applications

221. Emergent cooperation in microbial metabolism

222. Minimizing math anxiety: Help for the sciences

223. BioModels database: a repository of mathematical models of biological processes

224. Quantitative human physiology: an introduction

225. Mathematical and computational challenges in population biology and ecosystems science

226. Serine synthesis through PHGDH coordinates nucleotide levels by maintaining central carbon metabolism

227. A methodology for performing global uncertainty and sensitivity analysis in systems biology

228. Modeling approaches for qualitative and semi-quantitative analysis of cellular signaling networks

229. Qualitative and quantitative risk assessment

230. The relationship between geodiversity and habitat richness in Šumava. National Park and Křivoklátsko Pla (Czech Republic): a quantitative analysis approach

231. Advancing the cancer genome atlas glioma MRI collections with expert segmentation labels and radiomic features

232. The application of statistical physics to evolutionary biology

233. Connecting math achievement to parental influences

234. Quantitative drug design: a critical introduction

235. Student characteristics, pre-college, college, and environmental factors as predictors of majoring in and earning a STEM degree: An analysis of students attending a …

236. An evolutionary model of carcinogenesis

237. Structural imprints in vivo decode RNA regulatory mechanisms

238. On cellular automaton approaches to modeling biological cells

239. Alleviating math anxiety in students

240. Quantitative analysis of a molecular model of mitotic control in fission yeast

241. Low Mutant Allele Tumor Heterogeneity (MATH) is Associated with Activation of the Immune Response and Improved Survival of Breast Cancer Patients

242. Quantitative phase imaging in biomedicine

243. PLABQTL: a program for composite interval mapping of QTL

244. Using Whole-Genome Sequence Data to Predict Quantitative Trait Phenotypes in Drosophila melanogaster

245. TRANSDISCIPLINARY PREPARATION OF PRESERVICE SECONDARY MATH AND SCIENCE TEACHERS

246. Reverse engineering and identification in systems biology: strategies, perspectives and challenges

247. Boolean modeling in systems biology: an overview of methodology and applications

248. Gypsy moth invasion in North America: a quantitative analysis

249. Functional mapping of quantitative trait loci underlying the character process: a theoretical framework

250. Math, the Genetic Code and Living Organisms

251. A quantitative characterization of the yeast heterotrimeric G protein cycle

252. A review of state-of-the-art stereology for better quantitative 3D morphology in cardiac research

253. Network ‘small-world-ness’: a quantitative method for determining canonical network equivalence

254. Quantitative analysis of fiddler crab flock movement: evidence for ‘selfish herd’behaviour

255. Individuals’ math and science motivation and their subsequent STEM choices and achievement in high school and college: A longitudinal study of gender and college …

256. An invitation to biomathematics

257. Complex networks and simple models in biology

258. Patterns of phase compromise in biological cycles

259. A QSPR study of hydrophobicity of phenols and 2-(aryloxy-α-acetyl)-phenoxathiin derivatives using the topological index ZEP

260. Quantitative kinetic analysis of the bacteriophage λ genetic network

261. Microfluidics-based systems biology

262. Quantitative phase imaging for medical diagnosis

263. A beautiful math: John Nash, game theory, and the modern quest for a code of nature

264. Probabilistic Boolean networks: the modeling and control of gene regulatory networks

265. Bayesian integrated testing strategy (ITS) for skin sensitization potency assessment: a decision support system for quantitative weight of evidence and adaptive testing …

266. Instructional systems of practice: A multidimensional analysis of math and science undergraduate course planning and classroom teaching

267. Quantitative analysis of complex glioma cell migration on electrospun polycaprolactone using time-lapse microscopy

268. Of mice and math: A systems biology model for Alzheimer’s disease

269. Intuitive conceptions of probability and the development of basic math skills

270. Chinese parents’ effect on children’s math and science achievements in schools with different SES

271. Carbon input by roots into the soil: quantification of rhizodeposition from root to ecosystem scale

272. Enhanced brain connectivity in math-gifted adolescents: An fMRI study using mental rotation

273. Reflections on math reforms in the US: A cross-national perspective

274. “It’s Wrong to Exclude Girls From Something They Love.” Adolescents’ Attitudes About Sexism in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

275. Adding new dimensions to case study evaluations: The case of evaluating comprehensive reforms

276. Math I Benchmark Testing: Friend or Foe?

277. The genetics of human populations

278. Clinical utility of Stewart’s method in diagnosis and management of acid-base disorders

279. Mechanism of action of colicines

280. A novel multiple subdivision-based algorithm for quantitative assessment of retinal vascular tortuosity

281. The influence of quantitative and qualitative aspects of habitat complexity in tropical sea-grass meadows

282. Georgia’s higher education initiatives focus on graduation: All our initiatives are working in one direction; they are focused on increasing graduation numbers

283. Implications for teacher supply and methodological lessons for research

284. Quantitative Fourier analysis of approximation techniques. I. Interpolators and projectors

285. TPT NOTES: Interdepartmental Team Teaching—A Physics-Math Course

286. A cell-centered approach to developmental biology

287. Application of regression techniques to studies of relative growth in crustaceans

288. The relationship between the volume of antimicrobial consumption in human communities and the frequency of resistance

289. Short technical report processing of gene expression data generated by quantitative real-time RT-PCR

290. The math myth: And other STEM delusions

291. The origin of universal scaling laws in biology

292. Not just math and English: Courses that pose obstacles to community college completion

293. Modeling and simulation of molecular biology systems using petri nets: modeling goals of various approaches

294. Moment-closure approximations for mass-action models

295. Gender Issues and the Math/Science Curricula: Effects on Females.

296. Computational improvements reveal great bacterial diversity and high metal toxicity in soil

297. Using advance organizers to enhance students’ motivation in learning biology

298. Math j Bio

299. SPECIAL ACADEMIC OFFERINGS

300. Quantitative proteomic analysis reveals induction of premature senescence in human umbilical vein endothelial cells exposed to chronic low‐dose rate gamma …

301. Estimating quantitative genetic parameters in wild populations: a comparison of pedigree and genomic approaches

302. Computer applications to biochemical kinetics

303. CellProfiler 3.0: Next-generation image processing for biology

304. New quantitative descriptors of amino acids based on multidimensional scaling of a large number of physical–chemical properties

305. Pervasive robustness in biological systems

306. The mediating role of number-to-magnitude mapping precision in the relationship between approximate number sense and math achievement depends on the …

307. Mathematics of cell motility: have we got its number?

308. Math 132 Calculus Lab Manual

309. Using a neural network to identify secondary RNA structures quantified by graphical invariants

310. Evolution of phenotypic plasticity in colonizing species

311. Prospective and retrospective perturbation analyses: their roles in conservation biology

312. Mechanical behavior in living cells consistent with the tensegrity model

313. When approximate number acuity predicts math performance: The moderating role of math anxiety

314. Evaluating the Relationships Between Science Class Success and Math Placement in High School

315. INTRODUCING BUSINESS EDUCATION IN EARLY MIDDLE SCHOOL–MATH PERSPECTIVE

316. Structural and practical identifiability analysis of partially observed dynamical models by exploiting the profile likelihood

317. A practitioner’s perspective of the role of quantitative structure-activity analysis in medicinal chemistry

318. Addressing the “math and science deficit” in Muslim learning

319. Do faculty serve as role models? The impact of instructor gender on female students

320. Mechanism of topology simplification by type II DNA topoisomerases

321. Quantitative studies of the structure of proteins in solution by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy

322. MATH/BTB CRL3 receptors target the homeodomain-leucine zipper ATHB6 to modulate abscisic acid signaling

323. Quantification of skeletal muscle mitochondrial function by 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy techniques: a quantitative review

324. Delivery of Alkaline Phosphatase Promotes Periodontal Regeneration in Mice

325. Efficiency of DNA replication in the polymerase chain reaction

326. PTH and vitamin D repress DMP1 in cementoblasts

327. Stochastic modelling for systems biology

328. The strength of indirect selection on female mating preferences

329. Does anxiety in science classrooms impair math and science motivation?-Gender differences beyond the mean level

330. Algebraic statistics for computational biology

331. Math| Bio

332. Mathematical modeling of endocytic actin patch kinetics in fission yeast: disassembly requires release of actin filament fragments

333. Modeling a synthetic multicellular clock: repressilators coupled by quorum sensing

334. Quantitative cell-free DNA, KRAS, and BRAF mutations in plasma from patients with metastatic colorectal cancer during treatment with cetuximab and irinotecan

335. Acceleration across California: Shorter pathways in developmental English and math

336. Teacher education that works: Preparing secondary-level math and science teachers for success with English language learners through content-based instruction

337. Invited review: Integrating quantitative findings from multiple studies using mixed model methodology

338. Sampling bias is a challenge for quantifying specialization and network structure: lessons from a quantitative niche model

339. Forecasting extinction risk of ectotherms under climate warming: an evolutionary perspective

340. Platform for Math Learning with Audio-Tactile Graphics for Visually Impaired Students

341. Boys+ girls+ math

342. On growth and form

343. Evidence for complex, collective dynamics and emergent, distributed computation in plants

344. Why Our Kids Don’t Get Math

345. The First Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Clayton State University

346. Conformation gating as a mechanism for enzyme specificity

347. Exploring the Relationship Between Math Anxiety, Working Memory, and Experiences

348. Variation and selection of quantitative traits in plant pathogens

349. Estimating hydration changes upon biomolecular reactions from osmotic stress, high pressure, and preferential hydration experiments

350. Stochastic processes in cell biology

351. Excitation dynamics: insights from simplified membrane models

352. Domestication quantitative trait loci in Triticum dicoccoides, the progenitor of wheat

353. A simple regression method for mapping quantitative trait loci in line crosses using flanking markers

354. The effect of SUV discretization in quantitative FDG-PET Radiomics: the need for standardized methodology in tumor texture analysis

355. The effects of math and math-related courses in high school

356. Multi-scale modelling and simulation in systems biology

357. Vesicle pools and Ca2+ microdomains: new tools for understanding their roles in neurotransmitter release.

358. Quantitative modelling of DNA damage using Monte Carlo track structure method

359. A study of persistence of undergraduate women majoring in engineering and math

360. Patterns of quantitative genetic variation in multiple dimensions

361. College-readiness in math: A conceptual analysis of the literature

362. Association between individual differences in non-symbolic number acuity and math performance: A meta-analysis

363. Free fitness that always increases in evolution

364. A decision analytic model to guide early‐stage government regulatory action: Applications for synthetic biology

365. Up hill, down dale: quantitative genetics of curvaceous traits

366. Comparison of microfluidic digital PCR and conventional quantitative PCR for measuring copy number variation

367. Science education as conceptual change

368. Teachers’ emotions and emotion regulation strategies: Self-and students’ perceptions

369. ConfChem conference on mathematics in undergraduate chemistry instruction: MUST-know pilot study—math preparation study from Texas

370. Quantitative image analysis of cellular heterogeneity in breast tumors complements genomic profiling

371. Conductivity tensor mapping of the human brain using diffusion tensor MRI

372. The mutualism–parasitism continuum in ectomycorrhizas: a quantitative assessment using meta‐analysis

373. Hands-on biology: A museum-school-university partnership for enhancing students’ interest and learning in science

374. Natural selection and quantitative genetics of life‐history traits in western women: A twin study

375. Negotiating the “White male math myth”: African American male students and success in school mathematics

376. Quantitative analysis of dose-effect relationships: the combined effects of multiple drugs or enzyme inhibitors

377. Sex differences in college major

378. Modeling theory for math and science education

379. Math Hits the Sweet Spot

380. Analysis of Mixtures of Radioactive Isotopes by γ-Ray Measurements. Application of the Method to , , and

381. A comparative study for the quantitative determination of soluble solids content, pH and firmness of pears by Vis/NIR spectroscopy

382. A workflow to process 3D+ time microscopy images of developing organisms and reconstruct their cell lineage

383. Parent–offspring conflict and co-adaptation: behavioural ecology meets quantitative genetics

384. Probabilistic models in cluster analysis

385. Measuring Community College Math Students Self-Report of Learning Engagement when Interactive Whiteboards Are Used in Classroom Teaching

386. Exploring gender differences across elementary, middle, and high school students’ science and math attitudes and interest

387. Mapping of quantitative trait loci for oil content in cottonseed kernel

388. Simple thinking using complex math vs. complex thinking using simple math—A study using model eliciting activities to compare students’ abilities in standardized …

389. How Project-Based Learning promotes 7th grade students’ motivation and attitudes towards studying biology

390. 2 H2

391. 3 H3 Why are computational neuroscience and systems biology so separate?

392. Androgen Regulation of the Pem Homeodomain Gene in Mice and Rat Sertoli and Epididymal Cells

393. Calculation of absolute protein–ligand binding free energy from computer simulations

394. Estimating the genetic architecture of quantitative traits

395. Increased course structure improves performance in introductory biology

396. Critical thinking in higher education: The influence of teaching styles and peer collaboration on science and math learning

397. Lung morphometry: a new generation of tools and experiments for organ, tissue, cell, and molecular biology

398. Olfactory search at high Reynolds number

399. Widespread evidence for incipient ecological speciation: a meta‐analysis of isolation‐by‐ecology

400. Quantification of the hydrophobic interaction by simulations of the aggregation of small hydrophobic solutes in water

401. A theory of how the brain might work

402. Phenotypic switching in gene regulatory networks

403. Effects of straw carbon input on carbon dynamics in agricultural soils: a meta‐analysis

404. Getting under the hood: How and for whom does increasing course structure work?

405. What Fundamental Questions in Cancer Would Most Benefit from Math, Engineering, and AI?

406. Fractional-order delayed predator–prey systems with Holling type-II functional response

407. Neuromodulation and cortical function: modeling the physiological basis of behavior

408. Quantitative analysis of protein-RNA interactions by gel mobility shift

409. Biological physics

410. Just the facts? Introductory undergraduate biology courses focus on low-level cognitive skills

411. Fractal analyses of animal movement: a critique

412. Complex adaptive systems: exploring the known, the unknown and the unknowable

413. Dynamics of cancer progression

414. Using math in physics: Overview

415. Quantitative structure–property relationship modeling of diverse materials properties

416. 23. Case Study: Math and Computer Science Academic Support Services at Bethel University

417. Retention through Community Building: Secondary Science and Math Noyce Scholars’ Use of a Chat Room

418. Building Teachers’ Capacity to Integrate Science and Math Content: Implications for Professional Development and Learning

419. Information Theory in Biology after 18 Years: Information theory must be modified for the description of living things.

420. Mechanics of fibroblast locomotion: quantitative analysis of forces and motions at the leading lamellas of fibroblasts.

421. Why are some STEM fields more gender balanced than others?

422. Quantitative genetics of geometric shape in the mouse mandible

423. An active-learning lesson that targets student understanding of population growth in ecology

424. Math envy

425. Determination of species composition in the Enallagma damselfly assemblages of permanent lakes

426. Measuring lymphocyte proliferation, survival and differentiation using CFSE time-series data

427. Quantitative analysis of multiparametric prostate MR images: differentiation between prostate cancer and normal tissue and correlation with Gleason score—a …

428. MATH 111A (Fall Quarter 2011). Introduction to Mathematical Modelling

429. Understanding and using quantitative genetic variation

430. Systems biology of stem cell fate and cellular reprogramming

431. Recent advances in parameteridentification techniques for ode

432. Bacteriophage-induced mutation in Escherichia coli

433. the nature of both processes and have been ap-practical use of such formulæ in actuarial math

434. The effect of vaccines on backward bifurcation in a fractional order HIV model

435. Quantifying sustainability: Resilience, efficiency and the return of information theory

436. Quantitative analysis of a singularly perturbed shape optimization problem in a polygon

437. Math preparation of undergraduates in general chemistry, a gatekeeper course required for biophysicists

438. Proving Darwin: making biology mathematical

439. What is the total number of protein molecules per cell volume? A call to rethink some published values

440. What dysarthrias can tell us about the neural control of speech

441. Optical imaging techniques in cell biology

442. Men and women at promise for scientific excellence: Similarity not dissimilarity

443. Quantitative general theory for periodic breathing in chronic heart failure and its clinical implications

444. RInSp: an r package for the analysis of individual specialization in resource use

445. Helically chiral polymers: A class of ligands for asymmetric catalysis

446. Why do populations cycle? A synthesis of statistical and mechanistic modeling approaches

447. Integration of science, technology, engineering, and math into a food and nutrition curriculum in Utah

448. Gender, mathematics, and science

449. Signaling text-picture relations in multimedia learning: A comprehensive meta-analysis

450. Identity, critical agency, and engineering: An affective model for predicting engineering as a career choice

451. Using Primary Sources in Math and Science–An Examination of How Engaging, Challenging, and Effective Teachers Rate Lesson Plans

452. Impact of Physics First on PSAE achievement in science and math

453. MR1839210 (2002f: 92031) 92D40 (92D25)

454. Math for Soil Scientists, Mark S. Coyne, James A. Thompson, Thomson Delmar Learning, Clifton Park, NY (2006), US $26.95, 285 pp., ISBN: 0-7668-4268 …

455. Glutamine‐driven oxidative phosphorylation is a major ATP source in transformed mammalian cells in both normoxia and hypoxia

456. An algorithmic framework for predicting side effects of drugs

457. The theoretical population genetics of autopolyploidy

458. Dimensional comparison theory: Paradoxical relations between self-beliefs and achievements in multiple domains

459. The MATH-BTB BPM3 and BPM5 subunits of Cullin3-RING E3 ubiquitin ligases target PP2CA and other clade A PP2Cs for degradation

460. CONSeQuence: prediction of reference peptides for absolute quantitative proteomics using consensus machine learning approaches

461. Coexistence of plant species with similar niches

462. Math self-efficacy and STEM intentions: A person-centered approach

463. Partial metrics, valuations, and domain theory

464. Understanding sensorimotor feedback through optimal control

465. Science Blogs

466. Mathematical population biology

467. Ecological‐niche factor analysis: how to compute habitat‐suitability maps without absence data?

468. Three basic epidemiological models

469. Women in academic science: A changing landscape

470. The science of sex differences in science and mathematics

471. Keystone species and food webs

472. Heritability and tissue specificity of expression quantitative trait loci

473. Observation of Kuznetsov-Ma soliton dynamics in optical fibre

474. Math in Physics

475. TEEMSS2: technology enhanced elementary math and science-year 1 report

476. Multi-laboratory assessment of reproducibility, qualitative and quantitative performance of SWATH-mass spectrometry

477. The phenomenology of niche evolution via quantitative traits in a ‘black-hole’sink

478. Feedback control in systems biology

479. Thinking and acting like a scientist: Investigating the outcomes of introductory science and math courses

480. Assessment of the impact of case studies on student learning gains in an introductory biology course

481. Pharmacometrics: a multidisciplinary field to facilitate critical thinking in drug development and translational research settings

482. Cell lineage reconstruction of early zebrafish embryos using label-free nonlinear microscopy

483. Understanding the home math environment and its role in predicting parent report of children’s math skills

484. Towards quantitative 3D imaging of the osteocyte lacuno-canalicular network

485. Math Placement Testing for College-Bound Students

486. Math teachers attitudes towards photo math application in solving mathematical problem using mobile camera

487. Quantitative genetic analysis of multivariate evolution, applied to brain: body size allometry

488. Ecological niche modeling and differentiation of populations of* Triatoma brasiliensis* Neiva, 1911, the most important Chagas disease vector in northeastern Brazil …

489. Computational complexity of inferring phylogenies from dissimilarity matrices

490. Fundamental issues in systems biology

491. Infusion of collaborative inquiry throughout a biology curriculum increases student learning: a four-year study of “Teams and Streams”

492. Fast semi-analytical model-based acoustic inversion for quantitative optoacoustic tomography

493. Domains in chromatin structure

494. Increasing achievement and higher-education representation of under-represented groups in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields: A review of …

495. Equation-free multiscale computation: Algorithms and applications

496. Estimation of quantitative genetic parameters

497. Math PhD careers: New opportunities emerging amidst crisis

498. A review of cell-based computational modeling in cancer biology

499. Genome-wide probing of RNA structure reveals active unfolding of mRNA structures in vivo

500. The structure of sodium thymonucleate fibres. II. The cylindrically symmetrical Patterson function

501. Matrix Metalloproteinase-9 Expression in Alveolar Extraction Sockets of Zoledronic Acid–Treated Rats

502. The Mathematics of Sex: How Biology and Society Conspire to Limit Talented Women and Girls

503. Integrating quantitative and qualitative methods in research

504. Extinction risk depends strongly on factors contributing to stochasticity

505. eQED: an efficient method for interpreting eQTL associations using protein networks

506. Computational analysis of the synergy among multiple interacting genes

507. Importance of math prerequisites for performance in introductory physics

508. Cognition math based on factor space

509. Thermal adaptation: a theoretical and empirical synthesis

510. Programming an in vitro DNA oscillator using a molecular networking strategy

511. Exogenous and endogenous components in circadian rhythms

512. Number-specific and general cognitive markers of preschoolers’ math ability profiles

513. Research methods in anthropology: Qualitative and quantitative approaches

514. Transcriptome meets metabolome: hierarchical and metabolic regulation of the glycolytic pathway

515. Data2Dynamics: a modeling environment tailored to parameter estimation in dynamical systems

516. Advanced statistical matrices for texture characterization: application to cell classification

517. Automated descriptor selection for quantitative structure-activity relationships using generalized simulated annealing

518. Blogging about Science and Math: Elementary Students’ Learning Explorations

519. Great scientist≠ good at math

520. Predictors of Success in High School Advanced Math and Science Coursework

521. Visual rating of age-related white matter changes on magnetic resonance imaging: scale comparison, interrater agreement, and correlations with quantitative …

522. Application of Bloom’s Taxonomy Debunks the`MCAT Myth”`

523. Genome-wide discovery of loci influencing chemotherapy cytotoxicity

524. A quantitative model of human DNA base excision repair. I. Mechanistic insights

525. Enhancing Collaboration among Math and Career and Technical Education Teachers: Is Technology the Answer?.

526. Neutral theory of quantitative genetic variance in an island model with local extinction and colonization

527. The search for patterns in the balance of nature: advances and retreats

528. Girls Are… Boys Are… Myths, Stereotypes, and Gender Differences. Math and Science for the Coed Classroom.

529. Increasing Problem Solving Ability and Motivation Learning Through Grand of Math Teacher Comments on Results Homework (PR)

530. Systems biology approaches identify ATF3 as a negative regulator of Toll-like receptor 4

531. Fungal associations of roots of dominant and sub-dominant plants in high-alpine vegetation systems with special reference to mycorrhiza

532. Drawing-to-learn: a framework for using drawings to promote model-based reasoning in biology

533. The role of photodynamic therapy (PDT) physics

534. A combinatorial partitioning method to identify multilocus genotypic partitions that predict quantitative trait variation

535. Division of Science and Math Curricular Changes 00/03/2010

536. Professional development for K–12 math and science teachers: What do we really know?

537. Time-resolved analysis and visualization of dynamic processes in living cells

538. MATH 170-02 Calculus I

539. Biased random walk models for chemotaxis and related diffusion approximations

540. Quantitative structure‐activity relationships for toxicity of phenols using regression analysis and computational neural networks

541. Importance of undergraduate research for minority persistence and achievement in biology

542. The role of qualitative research in science education

543. Distributions of tree comparison metrics—some new results

544. Automated analysis of high‐content microscopy data with deep learning

545. The Impact of an Online, Mastery, and Project-Based Developmental Math Curriculum on Student Achievement and Attitude

546. Comparative Genomics Reveals Adaptation by Alteromonas sp. SN2 to Marine Tidal-Flat Conditions: Cold Tolerance and Aromatic Hydrocarbon Metabolism

547. How Knowledge-in-Pieces Informs Research in Math-Bio Education

548. Structural model analysis of multiple quantitative traits

549. Gender differences in large-scale math assessments: PISA trend 2000 and 2003

550. Cell-size control and homeostasis in bacteria

551. Quantitative evaluation and modeling of two-dimensional neovascular network complexity: the surface fractal dimension

552. The Metabolism of and Its Daughters and by Rats

553. On entropy-based molecular descriptors: Statistical analysis of real and synthetic chemical structures

554. Quantitative analysis of the development of cellular slime molds

555. A School-University Math and Science P-16 Partnership: Lessons Learned in Promoting College and Career Readiness.

556. Modeling in systems biology: the Petri net approach

557. STUDENTS’ABILITY IN TRANSLATING MATHEMATIC TEXT OF FIFTH SEMESTER STUDENTS IN MATH EDUCATION PROGRAM STKIP YPM BANGKO

558. Response of vegetation phenology to urbanization in the conterminous United States

559. Live-cell mass profiling: an emerging approach in quantitative biophysics

560. Theories of Learning in Math and Science Educational Software

561. Interval mapping of viability loci causing heterosis in Arabidopsis.

562. Small–angle neutron scattering (sans) and wide–angle x–ray diffraction (WAXD) comparative study on malignant and benign human cancer cells and tissues …

563. The fibroblast-populated collagen microsphere assay of cell traction force—Part 2: Measurement of the cell traction parameter

564. Delay differential equations and applications to biology

565. Experimental design for parameter estimation of gene regulatory networks

566. The gender gap in STEM fields: The impact of the gender stereotype of math and science on secondary students’ career aspirations

567. A model of excitation and adaptation in bacterial chemotaxis

568. Ohio State nav bar

569. Learning and teaching early math: The learning trajectories approach

570. Motivational pathways to STEM career choices: Using expectancy–value perspective to understand individual and gender differences in STEM fields

571. Computer simulation of glioma growth and morphology

572. So you want to stop devouring ecosystems? Do the math!

573. The phenomenon of biodiversity in conservation biology

574. Quantitative fisheries stock assessment: choice, dynamics and uncertainty

575. Wedded bliss: Lessons learned from uniting math placement with math pathways

576. Vancomycin-resistant enterococci in intensive-care hospital settings: transmission dynamics, persistence, and the impact of infection control programs

577. Experimental studies and quantitative modeling of Turing patterns in the (chlorine dioxide, iodine, malonic acid) reaction

578. The Eigenfactor MetricsTM: A network approach to assessing scholarly journals

579. MicroRNA binding sites in the coding region of mRNAs: Extending the repertoire of post‐transcriptional gene regulation

580. THE JARIMATIKA METHOD ON MATH LEARNING: HOW TO IMPROVE MATH SKIL

581. On the distribution of the mean and variance of a quantitative trait under mutation-selection-drift balance.

582. Using math in physics: 5. Functional dependence

583. Bridging generality and specificity: The amusement park theoretical (APT) model of creativity

584. Differential signaling via the same axon of neocortical pyramidal neurons

585. Fourier analysis of cell motility: correlation of motility with metastatic potential

586. Sensors and sensing in biology and engineering

587. Bioinformatics

588. The Effectiveness of Discovery and Inquiry Learning Strategies in Improving Students’ Early Math Skills

589. Closing the gap: inverting the genetics curriculum to ensure an informed public

590. How to infer gene networks from expression profiles

591. Enhancing the validity and usefulness of large-scale educational assessments: II. NELS: 88 science achievement

592. A data integration methodology for systems biology

593. Responding to the Crisis in Math and Science Teaching: Four Initiatives. Final Report.

594. Mechanisms of calcium oscillations and waves: a quantitative analysis

595. Quantitative genetic models for the coevolution of character displacement

596. Better math for better brain images

597. Biology by numbers: mathematical modelling in developmental biology

598. Math goes to the movies

599. Periodicity in epidemiological models

600. Math or science? Using longitudinal expectations data to examine the process of choosing a college major

601. Math science partnership (MSP) program: title II, part B-Rockdale County MSP grant

602. Mammographic Density Measured with Quantitative Computer-aided Method: Comparison with Radiologists’ Estimates and BI-RADS Categories1

603. The rise of computational biology

604. Functional mapping—how to map and study the genetic architecture of dynamic complex traits

605. DEPARTMENT OF MATH, SCIENCE, & TECHNOLOGY

606. Making sense of life

607. Quantitative review finds no evidence of cognitive effects in healthy populations from single-session transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)

608. It’s not maths; it’s science: exploring thinking dispositions, learning thresholds and mindfulness in science learning

609. Quantitative molecular magnetic resonance imaging of tumor angiogenesis using cNGR-labeled paramagnetic quantum dots

610. When physics takes over: BAR proteins and membrane curvature

611. Evolutionary quantitative genetics: how little do we know?

612. Computational systems biology: From molecular mechanisms to disease

613. Evolutionary population genetics of promoters: predicting binding sites and functional phylogenies

614. … of androgen, estrogen (ERα and ERβ), and progesterone receptor expression in human prostate cancer by real-time quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase …

615. SELECTING SUCCESSFUL GRADUATE STUDENTS: IN‐DEPTH INTERVIEWS WITH GRE® USERS

616. Globin mRNA sequences: analysis of base pairing and evolutionary implications

617. Work preferences, life values, and personal views of top math/science graduate students and the profoundly gifted: Developmental changes and gender differences …

618. Quantitative ecology: spatial and temporal scaling

619. From graphs to spatial graphs

620. Gender gaps in achievement and participation in multiple introductory biology classrooms

621. Topological models in biology

622. Molecular circuits for dynamic noise filtering

623. Teacher and school characteristics and their influence on curriculum implementation

624. Math and Chemistry connections

625. Opening the Math Gate: Creating a Math Learning Center to Teach Service Mathematics and Statistics Classes

626. Grazing intensity significantly affects belowground carbon and nitrogen cycling in grassland ecosystems: A meta‐analysis

627. Computational approaches to cellular rhythms

628. Enhancing diversity in science: is teaching science process skills the answer?

629. Math anxiety—contributing school and individual level factors

630. Escaping free-energy minima

631. Teaching and curricular practices contributing to success in gateway courses for freshman and sophomore students in math, science, engineering, and technology …

632. Towards a quantitative understanding of the within-host dynamics of influenza A infections

633. Some mechanistically derived population models

634. Morphometrics

635. Detecting genetic drift versus selection in human evolution

636. Educational research: Quantitative, qualitative, and mixed approaches

637. Status, testosterone, and human intellectual performance: Stereotype threat as status concern

638. The minimal area problem in invertebrate communities of Mediterranean rocky substrata

639. AVID: A global alignment program

640. Social research methods: Qualitative and quantitative approaches

641. Effective intercellular communication distances are determined by the relative time constants for cyto/chemokine secretion and diffusion

642. Quantitative genetics and the evolution of reaction norms

643. Evolutionary theory predicts late-life mortality plateaus

644. Beyond academic math: The role of applied STEM course taking in high school

645. Cancer systems biology: a peek into the future of patient care?

646. Sequential sampling models in cognitive neuroscience: Advantages, applications, and extensions

647. Modelling the molecular mechanisms of synaptic plasticity using systems biology approaches

648. Model selection in systems and synthetic biology

649. Stochastic simulation in systems biology

650. Equations for tracer experiments

651. Germline-specific MATH-BTB substrate adaptor MAB1 regulates spindle length and nuclei identity in maize

652. Effect of electrolyte concentration on the stern layer thickness at a charged interface

653. The biology hidden inside residual within‐individual phenotypic variation

654. Mathematical models in cell biology and cancer chemotherapy

655. Using math in physics–3. Anchor equations

656. Predictive oncology: a review of multidisciplinary, multiscale in silico modeling linking phenotype, morphology and growth

657. Petri nets for systems and synthetic biology

658. The reciprocal interaction of angiosperm evolution and tetrapod herbivory

659. Reflections on math reforms in the US

660. Project Pathways: Opening Routes to Math & Science Success for All Students

661. Spatiotemporal patterns in ecology and epidemiology: theory, models, and simulation

662. Stereotype threat leads to reduction in number of math problems women attempt.

663. Influence of the Reflex Math Fact Fluency Program on Math Scores

664. MR2449595 (2010j: 37018) 37B10

665. The Princeton guide to ecology

666. MCA has more to say

667. The evolution of genetic architecture

668. Cognitive appraisals, achievement emotions, and students’ math achievement: A longitudinal analysis.

669. Scalable parameter estimation for genome-scale biochemical reaction networks

670. Quantifying ubiquitin signaling

671. North Carolina Math/Science/Special Education (MSSE) $1,800 Teacher Bonus Program: An Initial Evaluation. Policy Matters.

672. The free-energy cost of accurate biochemical oscillations

673. Correlated random walks in heterogeneous landscapes: Derivation, homogenization, and invasion fronts

674. Graduate Students’ Conceptions Of The Tenure-Track Hiring Process In Science, Technology, Engineering, And Math Fields.

675. Seasonal carbon dynamics and water fluxes in an a mazon rainforest

676. KOHLEN-BECKENS. By OH SCHINDEWOLF. Akad. Wiss. Liter. Mainz (Abhandl. Math.-naturw. Kl.). Jahrg. 1952, Nr. 4, pp. 143-227, with 29 figs, and 2 plates. M …

677. Approaching math increases math= me and math= pleasant

678. Evolvability and hierarchy in rewired bacterial gene networks

679. Spectral measures of bipartivity in complex networks

680. Human nature in nineteenth-century British novels: Doing the math

681. Stochastic processes in the neurosciences

682. Speeds of invasion in a model with strong or weak Allee effects

683. The internal/external frame of reference (I/E) model: Extension to five school subjects and invariance across German secondary school ability tracks

684. Different time courses for visual perception and action priming

685. The school for science and math at Vanderbilt: An innovative research-based program for high school students

686. Quantitative assessment of regional cerebral blood flows by perfusion CT studies at low injection rates: a critical review of the underlying theoretical models

687. To walk or to fly? How birds choose among foraging modes

688. Visual literacy in higher education

689. Language-selective and domain-general regions lie side by side within Broca’s area

690. Neurobiological underpinnings of math and reading learning disabilities

691. What are grades made of?

692. Reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces regression methods for genomic assisted prediction of quantitative traits

693. The Remedy That’s Killing: CUNY, LaGuardia, and The Fight for Better Math Policy

694. Mapping quantitative trait loci in complex pedigrees: a two-step variance component approach

695. Modular cell biology: retroactivity and insulation

696. Assessing habitat-suitability models with a virtual species

697. De novo identification and biophysical characterization of transcription-factor binding sites with microfluidic affinity analysis

698. Effects of a Humorous Collaborative and Competitive Whiteboard Game on Math Anxiety and Proficiency in African-American College Students

699. Salivary proteomics in bisphosphonate‐related osteonecrosis of the jaw

700. Novel cell segmentation and online SVM for cell cycle phase identification in automated microscopy

701. Intersectionality in quantitative psychological research: II. Methods and techniques

702. The role of the airline transportation network in the prediction and predictability of global epidemics

703. Online testing integrity in a general education math course: A correlational study

704. The Fractal Organization of the Nervous System

705. A general model for the origin of allometric scaling laws in biology

706. Quantitative genetics of continuous reaction norms: thermal sensitivity of caterpillar growth rates

707. Interaction of EGF receptor and grb2 in living cells visualized by fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) microscopy

708. Period three implies chaos

709. Body masses, functional responses and predator–prey stability

710. Evolution of acquired resistance to anti-cancer therapy

711. Induced active transport of ions in mitochondria.

712. The effects of the language of instruction in the science and math achievement of Lebanese students.(c2014)

713. Thermodynamics of stoichiometric biochemical networks in living systems far from equilibrium

714. The Right Math at the Right Time for Michigan:“Coalition of the Willing” Strengthens Math Pathways in

715. Participation in an all-female algebra I class: Effects on high school math and science course selection

716. Image-based quantitative analysis of gold immunochromatographic strip via cellular neural network approach

717. Advances in real-time multispectral optoacoustic imaging and its applications

718. IS GAISE EVIDENT? COLLEGE STUDENTS’PERCEPTIONS OF STATISTICS CLASSES AS” ALMOST NOT MATH”.

719. The 2.1-D sketch

720. A consumer–resource approach to the density‐dependent population dynamics of mutualism

721. Recent Bayesian stable‐isotope mixing models are highly sensitive to variation in discrimination factors

722. Stochastic formulation of ecological models and their applications

723. Perspectives of students with intellectual disabilities about their experiences with paraprofessional support

724. Quantitative comparisons of image registration techniques based on high-resolution MRI of the brain

725. Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy: diagnostics for sparse molecules

726. The dynamic range of the human metabolome revealed by challenges

727. AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH TO STUDY THE STABILITY OF GENERALIZED LOGISTIC MAP IN SUPERIOR ORBIT

728. Learning and teaching with Moodle-based E-learning environments, combining learning skills and content in the fields of Math and Science & Technology

729. A survey of models for tumor-immune system dynamics

730. COURSE ENROLLMENT AS SELF-REGULATORY BEHAVIOR://HO) TAKES OPTIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MATH COURSES?

731. Robust perfect adaptation in bacterial chemotaxis through integral feedback control

732. A statistical model of criminal behavior

733. Electron microscopic examination of subcellular fractions: II. Quantitative analysis of the mitochondrial population isolated from rat liver

734. Pleiotropic models of quantitative variation.

735. A multi-stage model for quantitative PCR

736. T1-weighted DCE imaging concepts: modelling, acquisition and analysis

737. Circumpolar assessment of permafrost C quality and its vulnerability over time using long‐term incubation data

738. The Multidisciplfnmy Impact of Math and Computer Science Is Reflected fn the 100 Most-Cited Articles fn CompuMath Citation Index, 1976-1980

739. Geometric morphometrics

740. Reconstructing folding energy landscapes by single-molecule force spectroscopy

741. Math wars: A guide for parents and teachers

742. A QUANTITATIVE GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THERMAL SENSITIVITY IN THE LOCOMOTOR PERFORMANCE CURVE OF APHIDIUS ERVI

743. Increased preclass preparation underlies student outcome improvement in the flipped classroom

744. Analysis of the transcriptional activation and post‐transcriptional regulation of transient receptor potential mucolipin‐2 gene (561.5)

745. Advances in quantitative electroencephalogram analysis methods

746. Active gel physics

747. Population genetics, molecular evolution, and the neutral theory: selected papers