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Table 2 Reaction network capturing synthetic ecosystem’s behavior

From: Stochastic simulations of a synthetic bacteria-yeast ecosystem

# Reaction Reaction rate Kinetic constant
1 −−→ k 1 c 1 k 1 · c 1 1 c 1 + c 2 c max k 1 = 0 . 234 h , c max =1 0 9 cells[18, 21]
2 −−→ k 2 c 2 k 2 · c 2 1 c 1 + c 2 c max k 2 = 0 . 936 h [19], c max =1 0 9 cells[18, 21]
3 c 1 +Gc −−→ k 3 Gc k 3 · c 1 1 + α · Res 1 k 3 = 4 · 1 0 6 M · h [19],α= 5 · 1 0 4 Molecules
4 c 2 +Gc −−→ k 3 Gc k 3 · c 2 1 + α · Res 2 k 3 = 4 · 1 0 6 M · h [19],α= 5 · 1 0 4 Molecules
5 c 1 −−→ k 4 AHL1+ c 1 k4·c1 k 4 =5·1 0 6 1 h [18]
6 c 2 −−→ k 5 AHL2+ c 2 k5·c2 k 5 =5·1 0 6 1 h [18]
7 2AHL2+2AHLR2 −−→ k 6 AHL2:AHLR2 k 6 · AHL 2 2 V 1 · Na k 6 = 3 · 1 0 19 M 3 · h [26], V 1 =3.7·1 0 14 L[49],
    Na = 6.023 · 1023
8 AHL2:AHLR2 −−→ k 7 preRes1 k 7 · AHL 2 : AHLR 2 n 1 k 7 b n 1 + AHL 2 : AHLR 2 n 1 k 7 =6·1 0 5 M h , k 7 b =1 0 8 M, n 1 =1[26]
9 preRes1 −−→ k 8 Res1 k8·preRes 1 k 8 = 5 h
10 2AHL1+2AHLR1 −−→ k 9 AHL1:AHLR1 k 9 · AHL 1 2 V 2 · Na k 9 = 3 · 1 0 19 M 3 · h [26], V 2 =1 0 15 L[50]
11 AHL1:AHLR1 −−→ k 10 Res2 k 10 · AHL 1 : AHLR 1 n 2 k 10 b n 2 + AHL 1 : AHLR 1 n 2 k 10 =6·1 0 5 M h , k 10 b =1 0 8 M, n 2 =1[26]
12 AHL1 −−→ k 11 k11·AHL 1 k 11 = 1 . 19 h [19]
13 AHL2 −−→ k 12 k12·AHL 2 k 12 = 1 . 19 h [19]
14 AHL1:AHLR1 −−→ k 13 k13·AHL 1:AHLR 1 k 13 = 1 . 386 h [26]
15 AHL2:AHLR2 −−→ k 14 k14·AHL 2:AHLR 2 k 14 = 1 . 386 h [26]
16 Res1 −−→ k 15 k15·Res 1 k 15 = 4 h [20]
17 Res2 −−→ k 16 k16·Res 2 k 16 = 4 h [20]