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Abstract

Summary: The shape of the generation time distribution of /r organisms in a state of balanced growth, and the parent-daughter generation time correlation coefficient have been extracted from growth data obtained with a synchronously dividing culture. The numerical techniques employed are described. The method is simple and yields results that are more accurate than those obtained previously.

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2021-08-06
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