Physics of Cellular Materials: Basic Electrostatics
Tom Chou1
1
Dept. of Biomathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1766
(Dated: December 6, 2002)
Most biomolecules have charged, or ionizable groups. Ionizable means that counterions fall
o very easily in
Physics of Cellular materials: Polymer models
Tom Chou1
1
Dept. of Biomathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1766
(Dated: December 5, 2002)
Here I review some basic mathematics and statistical physics associated with polymers. Two
paradigms are presente
Physics of Cellular Materials: Biomembranes
Tom Chou1
1
Dept. of Biomathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1766
(Dated: December 6, 2002)
Here I will review the mathematics and statistical physics associated with surfaces that form
the boundaries of cel
Physics of Cellular materials: Filaments
Tom Chou1
1
Dept. of Biomathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1766
(Dated: December 6, 2002)
The basic lamentary structures in a cell are reviewed. Their basic structures and chemistry
are discussed. An applicat
The Method of Characteristics
Tom Chou
Dept. of Biomathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1766
Dept. of Mathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1555
September 29, 2009
The Method of Characteristics is a general technique used to solve rst order linear
Simple Branching Processes
Tom Chou1
1
Dept. of Biomathematics & Dept. of Mathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095
(Dated: February 5, 2010)
The following are notes on simple continuous-time branching process is Comparisons are made to
corresponding Maste