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Module Name: Goodwin Oscillations
Author(s): James Watrous, Biology Department
Institutions St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA
Module Biology Topic: Circadian Rhythms
Other Biology Topic:  
Keywords: feedback loop, DNA, RNA, protein
UG Course Level: Beginner
Tool(s): XPP
Other tool: WinPP, Berkeley Madonna
Module Created: 24 July 2008

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Abstract The Goodwin Oscillator describes and analyzes the behavior of negative feedback through mathematical equations.
Physiology goodwin_oscil.ppt is the Powerpoint of introductory slides for Goodwin Model
Model description  
Model files goodwin-1.ode is the .ode file for use in WinPP
Model exercises goodwin.txt is the txt file of Goodwin model, indicates variables and equations and some limitations of this instance of the model
Further readings Goodwin, B. 1965. Oscillatory behavior in enzymatic control processes. In: Advances in Enzyme Regulation 3: 425. Murray, J.D. Mathematical Biology. 1989. Springer-Verlag
Berkeley Biochemical Regulation Lesson

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Unknown file formatode goodwin-1.ode manage 0.6 K 2008-07-25 - 14:11 UnknownUser .ode file for use in WinPP
Texttxt goodwin.txt manage 1.0 K 2008-07-25 - 14:13 UnknownUser txt file of Goodwin model, indicates variables and equations and some limitations of this instance of the model
PowerPointppt goodwin_oscil.ppt manage 93.0 K 2008-07-25 - 14:10 UnknownUser Powerpoint of introductory slides for Goodwin Model
Topic revision: r10 - 2011-03-03 - 03:58:37 - IonMoraru
 
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