Bioengineering Hyperbook

Department of Bioengineering


Category: Animals

A Mathematical Analysis of Hydra

Turing pattern, regeneration, microbial symbiosis or holobiont, feedback, topology and toplogical defects

Jessica Coulson, Magnus Duffy, Ruolin Hu, Shilong Zheng

A Chemical Analysis of Hydra

Regeneration mechanisms, neurotoxins, innate immunity, morphogenesis, antimicrobial peptides, toll-like receptors or bacterial recognition

Jessica Coulson, Magnus Duffy, Ruolin Hu, Shilong Zheng

Deciphering Daphnia Dynamics: A Mathematical Odyssey into Aquatic Ecosystems

Trophic interactions or food web, parthenogenesis, game theory, movement and migration, phenotypic plasticity, predator-prey

Eva Otell, Iris Sun, Marwan Sobh, Xinying Wang, Rémi Ouellette

Daphnia’s Chemical Interactions: Varying Conditions Require Varying Responses

Predator-prey, environmental stressors, bioindicator, adaptation, bioremediation, kairomone, diel vertical migration

Eva Otell, Iris Sun, Marwan Sobh, Rémi Ouellete, Xinying Wang

Phenotypic Adaptation of Daphnia Throughout Evolution

compound eye, swimming, adaptation, defense mechanisms, Stokes' law

Eva Otell, Iris Sun, Marwan Sobh, Rémi Ouellette, Xinying Wang

Copepods Through the Lens of Chemistry

Pigmentation, symbiotic, chemoreception, bioluminescence, crustacean, toxin

Johanna Turton, Melodi Rousset, Philippe Mercier, Tanjin Sultana

Coral Polyps and the Chemical Symphony of Survival

Coral polyps, biomineralization, crystals, calcification, symbiotic relationships, cellular respiration, coral bleaching

Michael Beyrouthy, Cris Izzi, Claudio Petroni, Alex Tsiskakis

Copepods Through the Lens of Math

Low-Reynolds, swimming, diel vertical migration, reflectance, molting, coloration, crustacean

Johanna Turton, Melodi Rousset, Philippe Mercier, Tanjin Sultana

Copepods Through the Lens of Physics

mechanoreception, low reynolds, clap and fling or Weis-Fog, fluid mechanics, Wagner effect, coloration

Johanna Turton, Melodi Rousset, Philippe Mercier, Tanjin Sultana

Mathematical Marine Models of Coral Polyps

Coral polyps, geometry, branching, environmental modeling, fractals, hyperbolic geometry

Michael Beyrouthy, Cris Izzi, Claudio Petroni, Alex Tsiskakis

The Physics of Coral Polyps

Coral polyps, hydrodynamics, sensing, feeding, anisotropy, photoreceptors

Michael Beyrouthy, Cris Izzi, Claudio Petroni, Alex Tsiskakis

The Physical Properties of Fats in Mammals

Fats, adipose tissue, hibernation, blubber, mechanical models

Milana Farah, Josh Negenman, Michelle Sayeh, Edward Tong