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Animal bone growth experiment of rapid-growing rats in different stress environment and its mathematical model

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The aim of this study is to explore a way that quantify the qualitative equation of bone growth and remodeling which was based on the animal Experiment of rapid-growing Rats in Different Stress Environment. These results were proved to be of good stability and identification precision with the numerical method of inversion. It suggested that the growing coefficient and the threshold in function were variables changing with time and space. The idea and method used in the research of bone growth and remodeling adaptation in this paper also provided clue and reference to establish other models for living system.

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Zhang, J. and Zhao, W. (2013) Animal bone growth experiment of rapid-growing rats in different stress environment and its mathematical model. Journal of Biosciences and Medicines, 1, 19-22. doi: 10.4236/jbm.2013.12005.

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