Quantitaive #3 - virulence Virulence is how much damage the...

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Biologists have entered a new era where they need quantitative solutions to large-sale solutions and complex problems. A crucial piece to this new era is the advances in the field of mathematics. The scientists focus primarily on the environmental sciences like ecology and evolution. Through their examples there are 3 common threads or areas that coincide with one another. Diseases like cholera emerge as out breaks and outbreaks are rated on incidence and
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Unformatted text preview: virulence. Virulence is how much damage the disease does to a population. Scientists have determined the cholera is evolving quicker than they thought due to the same factors that drive pathogens. This theory the trade-off theory has been proven other theories wrong. Times are changing around us and we are standing still while it does. We need to move on with the times and make the world of tomorrow a better place....
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