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Message 122 of 638 (720526)
02-24-2014 5:28 PM
Reply to: Message 113 by NoNukes
02-22-2014 11:24 PM


Re: non-science non-sense
As an interesting, if somewhat serious aside, it has been found that during reproduction, the newly synthesised cellular components are not always equally distributed between the two daughter cells. Under good growth conditions, one daughter cell retains the majority of the components of the parent cell, while the other daughter cell is predominately made up of newly formed components and exhibits increased rate of growth.
Conversely, under poor growth conditions cellular components are more equally distributed between cells, with both cells showing showing a reduced rate of growth.
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