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This Demonstration simulates different patterns in the evolution of microbial populations. It can describe unlimited growth, growth reaching equilibrium, growth ending in mortality, pure mortality, and mortality ending in new growth. It is based on a deterministic version of a probabilistic model originally developed for microbial cell growth, where a member of the population, after any time increment, can be in one of three states: alive but undivided, divided, or dead, with probability rates that vary with time.

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