... example, the effects of elevated blood pressure on the mechanics of the arterial
wall, the behavior of cardiomyocytes within a heart with a cardiac ... living tissues as continuous media. For example, at the tissue level, the arterial
wall can be modeled as a continuum . This assumption breaks down when the ...
... fluid that is the blood's liquid medium. The normal pH of human arterial
blood is approximately 7.40.
The corpuscles are:
Red blood cells ... is physically dissolved.
Transport of carbon dioxide
When systemic arterial
blood flows through capillaries, carbon dioxide diffuses from the tissues ...
... cells to absorb serum potassium; lack of insulin inhibits absorption
muscle tone – forces arterial
wall muscle to relax, increasing blood flow, especially in micro arteries; ...
... hydrogen ion concentration , the lungs also:
influence on the concentration of biologically active substances and drugs used in medicine in arterial
filter out small blood clots formed in the systemic veins
serve as a physical layer of soft, shock -absorbent protection for the ...
Below is a list of some areas of research in mathematical biology and links to related projects in various universities:
Modelling of arterial
Modelling of neurons and carcinogenesis 
Mechanics of biological tissues 
Theoretical enzymology and enzyme ...
... and takes place within about 30 days.
Blood capillaries are found beneath the epidermis, and are linked to an arteriole and a venule. arterial
shunt vessels may bypass the network in ears, the nose and fingertips.
The dermis lies below the epidermis and contains a number of structures ...
... the liver , which appears never to rest in this respect. The brain also must be a source of heat, since its temperature is higher than that of the arterial
blood with which it is supplied. Also a certain amount of heat is produced by the changes which the food undergoes in the alimentary canal before ...