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Mathematical modelling of the development of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) in an eutrophical lake, including aspects of toxicology.
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Mathematical modeling is the activity devoted to the study of the simulation of physical phenomena by computational processes. The goal of the simulation is to predict the behavior of some artifact within its environment. Mathematical modeling subsumes a number of activities, as illustrated by Figure The Pasteur Culture collection of Cyanobacteria (PCC) is supported by the Institut Pasteur, which has provided the space and facilities for the PCC since The PCC is also a member of the CRBIP since April Since , the PCC belongs to the Laboratory Collection of Cyanobacteria in the Department of Microbiology. The laboratory maintains these axenic strains of Cyanobacteria, takes.
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4. Description of the mathematical model. The group of cyanobacteria X tot in the proposed mathematical model is divided into two subgroups: (1) X tot = X s + X ns, where X s and X ns are the biomass of cyanobacteria (mg L −1), which growth is respectively stimulated and not stimulated (or stimulation is over) by the gut by: The model takes into account three major factors, which affect cyanobacterial density change: light, nutrients and temperature.
In this article, we described the effect of each factor by providing mathematical representations and combined them in one governing equation in order to provide a growth rate model for cyanobacteria. by: by mathematical models, and such models may soon become requisites for describing the behaviour of cellular networks.
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Mathematical modelling of microbial and algalpopulations has a long tradition (e.g. Hallam,), whereas modelling of cyanobacteria with itsability to regulate cellular buoyancy has only becomepossible in recent years after thorough experimentalinvestigation of the vacuolate cell's properties (Fay& Van Baalen, ).
The dynamical model for buoyantcyanobacteria development (Belov &. With the development of super-powerful computers and computational techniques, many mathematical models for predicting the algal growth have been developed in recent years.
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It provides techniques to use loss data to build models for assessing risks of any kind. The mathematical model proposed behaves as a discrete one-dimensional activator – inhibitor system, analogous to a continuous autocatalysis-inhibition model [26,27], but directly derived from the genetic network of the cyanobacteria.
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