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Re: Virophages

Post by bwisialo » Fri Dec 11, 2015 7:33 am

Yep, I looked more closely and the substrate species is infected correctly most of the time, and this is the species that eventually takes over the substrate. But with two viruses and a variety of initial cell splits, the substrate looks pretty wild and crazy early on in the infection process.

I don't think theirs anything that special about the modes I used: it's primarily the relationship between the modes and how they copy over. Perhaps you can glean some hints from my previous post. ;)
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