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## Figure 2.
The signatures of the predicted metabolic switch: The glucose uptake rate (a) and growth rate (b) as a function of the glucose uptake
capacity, as obtained from the FBAwMC model. The line represents the average behavior
and the error bars represent the standard deviation over 1,000 choices of crowding
coefficients. (c) Flux ratios illustrating the switch in metabolic efficiency objective
from low to high growth rates. At low growth the biomass rate per unit of uptake rate
(circles) is at a maximum, while the biomass rate per unit of average rate is at a
maximum at high growth rates (squares). (d) Acetate excretion rate as a function of
the growth rate. At high growth rates the prediction for acetate excretion is sensitive
to the crowding coefficients uncertainty, resulting in the large error bars.
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