I am a M.SC(mathematics) student. I have no subject like mathematically modelling.But i'm interesting in research in mathematical biology.Initially which book i should study. Please guide me.THANKS...
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Probably the best contemporary book taking a broad view of mathematical biology modeling is Otto and Day's 2007 book A Biologist's Guide to Mathematical Modeling in Ecology and Evolution published by Princeton University Press.
There are also a number of books that focus on more specific areas e.g. mathematical population genetics, ecological modeling, infectious disease epidemiology, etc. But without knowing which areas of modeling interest you it is difficult to recommend at this level.
The post is too broad. Mathematics is used in tons of different fields of biology.
Population genetics is one of the main field of biology that is contains quite a lot of mathematical formulations. This post gives a list of references for books in population genetics.