variable cell size at division
variable cell size at division with subsequent division at normal size
2021-03-02T13:48:07Z
A cell population phenotype in which cells in a population do not divide at a uniform size, although each cell divides to form equal-size daughter cells, which then subsequently divide at a normal size. Within one population, some cells may be larger and others smaller than normal (i.e. compared to wild-type cells under the same conditions) upon the first division. Daughter cells that are larger than normal upon formation divide earlier, and smaller-formed daughter cells divide later, than cells formed at a normal size.
FYPO:0007659
fission_yeast_phenotype
increased variability of cell size in a vegetative population, with subsequent division at normal size
midori
variable cell length at entry into mitosis followed by equal cell division
variable cell size at division with normal cell size homeostasis
variable cell size at division with subsequent division at normal size during mitotic cell cycle
variable cell size at division with subsequent division at normal size during vegetative growth
variable vegetative cell size at division with subsequent division at normal size