Digestion

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PkmnQuantum
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Re: Digestion

Post by PkmnQuantum » Sun Dec 01, 2019 3:14 am

WhatTheSillyName wrote:
Sun Dec 01, 2019 1:39 am
PkmnQuantum wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 2:11 pm
Still can't get the aolution to work. :cry:
I forget where did I found it.
Here is a simple ansd effective solution.
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Step 1:
Use a phagocyte(M1) as the initial mode.
Secrocyte(M2)

M1:
Phagocyte
Child 1:M2
Child 2:M2
Split mass: minimum
Split ratio: 0.10 : 0.90
Split angle: 15°

M2:Secrocyte
Child 1:M1
Child 2:M1
Split mass: minimum
Split ratio: 0.10 : 0.90
Split angle: 0°
Secretion: Lipase
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Step 2:
Incubate mode and wait
Thank you! I finally got past it.
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Re: Digestion

Post by WhatTheSillyName » Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:38 am

PkmnQuantum wrote:
Sun Dec 01, 2019 3:14 am
Thank you! I finally got past it.
Glad to help you.
But I still want to share the old method and some tips.

Always maximize the adhesive stiffness of the connection. There are only a few cases that adhesive stiffness needs to be small. It works in most of the organisms. It increases the efficiency of your organisms. Especially when they are shaking.

Whenever the cell splits, the cells will heal themselves. Keratinocyte is not really important in this challenge. There is too much food. So, you can just "let it go". To save more energy for reproduction.

Don't give the cells(except Lipocyte) too much energy. Imagine a bike(Flagellocyte) and a truck(Lipocyte). We need to transport our cargos(energy) to somewhere else. But they can't get back. We will not let the bike to carry 50% of the cargos and 50% to the truck. When it is too heavy for the bike, we must give up some of the cargos. Therefore, we will put most of the cargos on the truck. And that's why there is a split ratio setting in the genome editor.

Because the substrate is quite small. Therefore, the angle of the Flagellocyte should be slightly tilted. The swimmers will spin. It also works in some other simple swimmers. (I guess)

How to make the whole thing?
Here is my template. Not great, not terrible.
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M1: Lipocyte
Child 1: M2 Keep adhesin: OFF (Otherwise, the swimmer will stick on its mother.)
Child 2: M3 Keep adhesin: OFF
Split mass: 1.53 (It is enough)
Split ratio: 0.30 : 0.70 (Don't waste the energy)
Nutrient priority: 1.00
Child 1 angle: 15 (Because the substrate is small.)
Child 2 angle: 0
Adhesive Stiffness: 35.0

M2: Flagellocyte
Split mass: Never split
Nutrient priority: 1.78
Swim force: 0.20 (Can't be too fast because the Sercocyte needs time to digest)

M3: Lipocyte
Child 1: M4
Child 2: M5
Split mass: Split immediately
Split ratio: 0.60 : 0.40
Child 1 angle: 270
Child 2 angle: 0
Adhesive Stiffness: 35.0
Adhesive Length: 1.00

M4: Phagocyte
Child 1: M4 Keep adhesin: ON
Child 2: M1 Keep adhesin: ON
Split mass: 2.54
Split ratio: 0.50 : 0.50
Nutrient priority: 2.15
Child 1 angle: 0
Child 2 angle: 0
Adhesive Stiffness: 35.0
Mac connections: 3

M5: Secrocyte
Split mass: Never split
Nutrient priority: 1.00
Secretion: Lipase
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Re: Digestion

Post by Oatmeal_01 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 11:05 pm

Superb! Thank you for helping me get past this! :D
Wow I'm so smart! *Sorta does Sorta doesn't know how how Neurocytes work. :? *
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