Mathematical Models for Expansive Growth of Cells with Walls

@inproceedings{Ortega2013MathematicalMF,
  title={Mathematical Models for Expansive Growth of Cells with Walls},
  author={J.K.E. Ortega and Samuel W. J. Welch},
  year={2013}
}
Plants, algae, and fungi are essential for nearly all life on earth. Through photosynthesis, plants and algae convert solar energy to chemical energy in the form of organic compounds that sustains essentially all life on earth. In addition, plants and algae convert the carbon dioxide produced by respiring organisms to oxygen that is needed for respiration. Fungi decompose complex organic compounds produced by respiring organisms so that molecules can be recycled in photosynthesis and… CONTINUE READING

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