Welcome to the Department of Relational and Integrative Biology!
Relational Biology is a branch of Mathematical biophysics and Biomathematics focused on identifying and studying the abstract relations in an organism that make possible its physiological functions. It is therefore, also of the fundamental network connectivities and biotopology charactersitic of hierarchically organized, highly complex biological systems. It is therefore closely related to the fields of Systems biology and Complex Systems Biology, also known as Integrative Biology
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New Relational Biology projects[edit | edit source]
- Category Theory in Biology
- Relational biology/Category of Relational Metabolic Graphs
- Relational biology/Organismic Sets and Supercategories
Lessons[edit | edit source]
- Lesson 4: Monoids (Nov 5, 2007)
- Lesson 5: Categories (Nov 5, 2007)
- Lesson 6: Products and Coproducts (Nov 5, 2007)
- Lesson 7: Products are Limits (Nov 5, 2007)
- Lesson 8: Equalizers (Nov 5, 2007)
- Lesson 9: Pullbacks (Nov 5, 2007)
- Lesson 10: Limits (Nov 5, 2007)
- Lesson 11: Exponentials (Nov 5, 2007)
- Ideas for a new lesson:
- generalized elements?
- Hom(C,-) functors?
- Yoneda embedding?