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Table I

Time of Sister Cell Divisions

Symmetric divisionsAsymmetric divisions
20.4/21.0  36.0/38.2  24.8/40.4 
36.2/37.4  24.3/24.8  19.6/28.6 
16.0/16.8  17.2/18.0  13.4/29.6 
34.8/36.2  13.0/12.8  25.6/40.8 
17.7/18.0  32.8/32.5  22.4/32.5 
40.6/41.0  16.0/16.1  28.2/32.2 
28.0/29.1  31.2/31.0  18.9/34.2 
16.7/17.8  18.0/18.2  18.2/26.2 
15.1/15.0  14.9/15.0  19.8/42.9 
30.1/30.2  27.3/27.5  21.6/36.8 
Symmetric divisionsAsymmetric divisions
20.4/21.0  36.0/38.2  24.8/40.4 
36.2/37.4  24.3/24.8  19.6/28.6 
16.0/16.8  17.2/18.0  13.4/29.6 
34.8/36.2  13.0/12.8  25.6/40.8 
17.7/18.0  32.8/32.5  22.4/32.5 
40.6/41.0  16.0/16.1  28.2/32.2 
28.0/29.1  31.2/31.0  18.9/34.2 
16.7/17.8  18.0/18.2  18.2/26.2 
15.1/15.0  14.9/15.0  19.8/42.9 
30.1/30.2  27.3/27.5  21.6/36.8 

Purified P7 precursor cells were grown at clonal density in the presence of mitogens but in the absence of TH. Individual cells were followed by time-lapse video recording to determine when two sister cells produced by a cell division next divided. The results are shown as time of next division for sister cell 1/time of next division for sister cell 2 (both in hours).  

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