In the previous experiments acceleration
was controlled by the observer Here, aging acceleration of one CA
is controlled by another one. The product of CA-1, controls aging
of CA-2 and CA-3 (compare with chapter 47.
Max age of the three CA is set to infinite, and cells do not die. CA-1 product accelerates aging of all CA-2 cells The graph depicts aging of the cell at position=50 in both CA. Below are three age distributions taken at t = 30. CA-1 serves as reference. Ages of all CA-2 cells were accelerated In CA-3, only the age of the middle cell (at position=50) was accelerated.
In the last experiment CA-3 max age = 140, Again , only the age of the middle cell (at position=50) was accelerated. The different shades of gray of its age distribution are proportional to cell age. White represents age = 0, and black, age = 140. The color of the middle cell (position=50) oscillates. The graphs depict aging of the cell at positions = 50, and 48. The first rises and falls. Whenever cell age reaches max age it is set to zero (white). Although CA-1 accelerates only the central cell, it indirectly affects aging of all other cells, like the one at position = 48