Crossover in the dynamics of cell wall growth controls bacterial division times

@inproceedings{Banerjee2016CrossoverIT,
  title={Crossover in the dynamics of cell wall growth controls bacterial division times},
  author={Shiladitya Banerjee and Klevin Lo and Thomas Kuntz and Matthew K Daddysman and Aaron R. Dinner and Norbert F. Scherer},
  year={2016}
}
Cell size is specific to each species and impacts their ability to function. While various phenomenological models for cell size regulation have been proposed, recent work in bacteria have demonstrated an adder mechanism, in which a cell increments its size by a constant amount between each division. However, the coupling between cell size, shape and constriction, remain poorly understood. Here, we investigate size control and the cell cycle dependence of bacterial growth, using… CONTINUE READING

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