Liene Daukste, Britta Basse, Bruce C. Baguley and David J.N. Wall. Using a stem cell progeny model to illustrate the relationship between cell cycle times of in vivo human tumour cell tissue populations, in vitro primary cultures and the cell lines derived from them. Accepted, Journal Theoretical Biology, 2009.
Z. Jackiewicz, B. Zubik-Kowal and B. Basse. Finite-difference and pseudo-spectral methods for the numerical simulations of in vitro human tumor cell population kinetics. Volume: 6, Number: 3, July 2009, Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering.
B. Basse, G. Bourdot, J. Brown and S. Lamoureaux. New Zealand National Weeds Distribution Database: A feasibility Study, University of Canterbury and AgResearch, Envirolink Report 499, 2008, UC Report No. UCDMS2008/8.
J.Brown, G.Bourdot and B. Basse, Monitoring Weeds In Southland - a report on a meeting between Environment Southland, University of Canterbury and AgResearch, Envirolink Report ,331-ESRC119, 2008.
S.J. Chapman, M.Plank, A.James and B. Basse, A nonlinear model of age and size structured populations with applications to cell cycles, ANZIAM J., 2007, 49: 151-169.
Basse, Britta and Plank, Michael. Modelling biological invasions over homogeneous and inhomogeneous landscapes using level set methods. Biological Invasions. 2008,10:157-167.
Basse, Britta and Ubezio, Paolo. A generalised age and phase structured model of human tumour cell populations both unperturbed and exposed to a range of cancer therapies. Bulletin Mathematical Biology. 69 (5) 2007. Download pdf. DOI 10.1007/s11538-006-9185-6
Spinelli, Lorenzo, Torricelli, Allessandro, Ubezio, Paolo, Basse, Britta. Modelling the balance between quiescence and cell death in normal and tumour cell populations. Mathematical BioSciences, 202: pp349-370, 2006. doi:10.1016/j.mbs.2006.03.016
Basse, B., Baguley, B., Marshall, E., Wake, G., Wall, D., Modelling the flow cytometric data obtained from unperturbed human tumour cell lines: Parameter fitting and comparison. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 67:4 pp815-830. 2005.
Basse, B., Baguley, B. C., Marshall, E., Joseph, W. R., van-Brunt, B. Wake, G. C. and Wall, D. J. N. Modelling cell population growth with applications to cancer therapy in human tumour cell lines. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, 85: pp353-368, 2004.
Basse, B., Baguley, B. C., Marshall, E., Joseph, W. R., van-Brunt, B. Wake, G. C. and Wall, D. J. N. Modelling Cell Death in Human Tumour Cell Lines Exposed to the Anticancer Drug Paclitaxel. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 49: pp329-357, 2004. (University of Canterbury Report UCDMS2003/9 July 2003.)
Basse, B. and Baguley, B. C. and Marshall, E. and Joseph, W. R. and van-Brunt, B. and Wake, G. C. and Wall, D. J. N. A mathematical model for analysis of the cell cycle in cell lines derived from human tumors. Journal of Mathematical Biology,47(4):295-312, 2003. (University of Canterbury Report UCDMS2002/8 August 2002.)
Basse, B., McLennan, J.A., Protected areas for kiwi in mailand forests of New Zealand: How large should they be? New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 2003; 27(2): 95-106.
Basse, B., Baguley, B. C., Marshall, E., Joseph, W. R., van-Brunt, B. Wake, G. C. and Wall, D. J. N. Maths may help predict the course of cancer after treatment. UC Research, 2003
Basse, B., Flux, I., Innes, J., Recovery and maintenance of North Island kokako (Callaeas cinerea wilsoni) populations through pulsed pest control. Biological Conservation. 2003, 109: 259-270. You can download the paper here. And you can download the figures here.
Williams, M. and Basse, B., Indigenous grey ducks Anas superciliosa and introduced mallards A. platyrhynchos in New Zealand: Processes and outcome of a deliberate encounter. Proceedings of 23rd Ornithological Congress. Acta Zoologica Sinica. August 2002. (also in Acta Zoologica Sinica 52(Supplement) 579-582)
Basse, B., Wake, G.C., Wall, D.J.N., & van-Brunt, B., On a cell growth model for plankton. Mathematical Medicine and Biology: A Journal of the IMA. Vol 21, Issue 1, March 2004, pp. 49-61. (University of Canterbury Report UCDMS2003/8 May 2003).
Basse B. and Wake, G.C., Mathematical modelling of the spread of the RCD virus in New Zealand using diffusion equations. Chapter in Modelling: Case Studies from Industry. Editors A. Fitt and E. Cumberbatch. Cambridge University Press.2001, pp 132-154
Basse, B., Case studies in mathematical modelling for biological conservation. PhD Thesis, University of Canterbury, 2000.
Basse, B., McLennan, J.A. and Wake, G.C., Mathematical modelling of the impact of stoats (Mustella erminea) on northern brown kiwi (Apteryx mantelli) in New Zealand. Wildlife Research, 1999, 26, 227-237.
Basse, B., McLennan, J.A. and Wake, G.C., Applying mathematics to Conservation Biology. UC Research, 1998.
Basse, B., Wake, G.C. and McLennan, J.A., Predation thresholds for survival of endangered species. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology, 1997, 14, 241-250.

Papers Submitted or in Progress:
Britta Basse, Graeme Bourd˘t, Alex James, Shona Lamoureaux, Dave Saville, Modelling population growth and spread of nassella tussock trichotoma (Nees) Arechav. in the Hurunui District, North Canterbury, New Zealand, In progress, 2007.
Britta Basse, Elaine S. Marshall, Wayne R. Joseph, Donna M. Richardson, Andrew N. Shelling and Bruce C. Baguley, Intensity and Duration of Radiation-Induced Cell Cycle Phase Arrest in Human Tumor Cell Lines, In progress, 2007.
Innes, J.,Flux, I., and Basse, B., How many? Where? Planning national recovery of North island kokako in New Zealand. Submitted, Pacific Conservation Biology 2006.
Basse, B., Age structured versus size structured models: Cell death scenarios in human tumour cell lines perturbed by the anticancer drug paclitaxel. In progress.
Basse, B. and other weedy people, Comparison of weed type 1 (fast growing, slow spreading) and weed type 2. (slow growing fast spreading). In progress.
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