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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <resources xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools" tools:ignore="MissingTranslation"> <!-- Naming of this locale, Petter will edit this line--> <string name="default_locale" >en</string> <!-- Various strings, possibly used in multiple places --> <string name="load">加載</string> <string name="hour_abbreviation">h</string> <string name="signal_substance_prefix">S</string> <string name="gene_mode_prefix">M</string> <!-- Strings used in multiple dialog boxes --> <string name="dialog_button_ok">OK</string> <string name="dialog_discard_title">丟棄底物?</string> <string name="dialog_discard_text">把實驗物種置於不理是違反實驗室的守則</string> <string name="dialog_sterilize_title">消毒底物?</string> <string name="dialog_sterilize_text">殺死太多細胞可能會引起道德委員會的注意...Killing too many cells might result in another chat with the ethics committee…</string> <string name="dialog_button_discard">丟棄</string> <string name="dialog_cancel">取消</string> <string name="dialog_button_start">開始</string> <string name="dialog_rename_genome_title"> 重新命名基因組 Rename your genome</string> <!-- Menu shown when substrate (long press) or genome (tap) selected in list --> <string name="menu_item_delete">刪除Delete</string> <string name="menu_item_rename">重新命名...Rename…</string> <string name="menu_item_share">分享...Share…</string> <!-- cell types, some imagination might be needed to come up with these. Perhaps your language already has a word for a cell with this function? Perhaps try taking latin terms? Try to make their functions easy to remember--> <string-array name="cell_type_names"> <item >Phagocyte</item> <!-- cell that eats --> <item >Flagellocyte</item> <!-- cell that swims --> <item >Photocyte</item> <!-- cell that absorbs sunlight --> <item >Devorocyte</item> <!-- cell that kills and eats other cells --> <item >Lipocyte</item> <!-- cell that stores energy --> <item >Keratinocyte</item> <!-- cell that protects from from harmful things --> <item >Buoyocyte</item> <!-- cell that can control its density --> <item >Glueocyte</item> <!-- cell that can glue itself to others --> <item >Virocyte</item> <!-- cell infected with virus --> <item >Nitrocyte</item> <!-- cell fixates nitrogen --> <item >Stereocyte</item> <!-- cell has directional smelling --> <item >Senseocyte</item><!-- cell can smell --> <item >Myocyte</item><!-- muscle cell --> <item >Neurocyte</item><!-- brain cell --> <item >Secrocyte</item><!-- cell can secrtete stuff --> <item >Stemocyte</item><!-- cell can change mode, a stem cell kinda --> <item >Gamete</item><!-- cell can change mode, a stem cell kinda --> <item >Ciliocyte</item><!-- cell can change mode, a stem cell kinda --> </string-array> <string-array name="cell_type_names_plural"> <item >Phagocytes</item> <!-- cell that eats --> <item >Flagellocytes</item> <!-- cell that swims --> <item >Photocytes</item> <!-- cell that absorbs sunlight --> <item >Devorocytes</item> <!-- cell that kills and eats other cells --> <item >Lipocytes</item> <!-- cell that stores energy --> <item >Keratinocytes</item> <!-- cell that protects from from harmful things --> <item >Buoyocytes</item> <!-- cell that can control its density --> <item >Glueocytes</item> <!-- cell that can glue itself to others --> <item >Virocytes</item> <!-- cell infected with virus --> <item >Nitrocytes</item> <!-- cell fixates nitrogen --> <item >Stereocytes</item> <item >Senseocytes</item> <item >Myocytes</item> <item >Neurocytes</item> <item >Secrocytes</item> <item >Stemocytes</item> <item >Gametes</item> <item >Ciliocytes</item> </string-array> <string-array name="cell_type_abbreviations"> <item >Pg</item> <!-- cell that eats --> <item >Fl</item> <!-- cell that swims --> <item >Pt</item> <!-- cell that absorbs sunlight --> <item >Dv</item> <!-- cell that kills and eats other cells --> <item >Lp</item> <!-- cell that stores energy --> <item >Kt</item> <!-- cell that protects from from harmful things --> <item >Bu</item> <!-- cell that can control its density --> <item >Gl</item> <!-- cell that can glue itself to others --> <item >Vr</item> <!-- cell infected with virus --> <item >Ni</item> <!-- cell fixates nitrogen --> <item >St</item> <item >Sn</item> <item >My</item> <item >Nr</item> <item >Sc</item> <item >Sm</item> <item >Gm</item> <item >Cl</item> </string-array> <!-- Settings --> <string name="settings_graphics">Graphics</string> <string name="settings_audio">Audio</string> <string name="settings_general">General</string> <string name="settings_keep_from_sleep">Keep from sleeping</string> <string name="setting_ask_sterilize">Ask before sterilize and reload</string> <string name="setting_ask_discard">Ask before leaving lab</string> <string name="setting_keep_from_sleeping">This will keep your device from going to sleep while running long simulations. Remember to plug in your charger!</string> <string-array name="aa_mode_names"> <item>None</item> <item>1.5 × 1.5 super sampling</item> <item>2 × 2 super sampling</item> <item>3 × 3 super sampling</item> <item>4 × 4 super sampling</item> </string-array> <string-array name="log_interval_names"> <item>No logging</item> <item>Every 12 min</item> <item>Every 1 h</item> <item>Every 5 h</item> <item>Every 25 h</item> <item>Every 125 h</item> <item>Every 625 h</item> </string-array> <string name="settings_aa_summary">%s\nNote that any setting other than \"None\" will slow down the rendering speed significantly on many devices.</string> <string name="settings_aa_title">Anti aliasing</string> <string name="setting_language">Language</string> <string name="setting_preview_lock">Lock genome preview</string> <string name="setting_sounds_effects">Sound effects</string> <string name="settings_slow_motion_description">The slower simulation is not exactly equivalent to the normal speed simulation.</string> <string name="settings_slow_motion">Microscope slow motion</string> <!-- Tab names, keep these short! --> <!-- experiment menu--> <string-array name="play_tabs"> <item >底物Substrate</item> <item >顯微鏡Microscope</item> <item >基因組Genome</item> </string-array> <!-- challenge menu--> <string-array name="challenge_tabs"> <item >目標Objective</item> <item >顯微鏡Microscope</item> <item >基因組Genome</item> </string-array> <!-- main menu--> <string name="main_menu_tab_challenges">挑戰Challenges</string> <string name="main_menu_tab_experiments">實驗Experiments</string> <string name="main_menu_tab_genomes">基因庫Gene Bank</string> <string name="main_menu_tab_settings">設定Settings</string> <string name="main_menu_tab_about">關於About</string> <!-- Challenges tab--> <string name="chalenges_finish_first_1">完成挑戰Finish Challenge</string> <string name="challenges_finish_first_2">首先first.</string> <string name="challenges_challenge_not_completed">挑戰尚未完成Challenge not completed.</string> <string name="challenges_unlocks">解鎖基因" Unlocks gene"</string> <string name="tutorial_info">按照彈出式視窗中的說明操作Follow the instructions in the pop-up dialogs.</string> <string name="difficulty_level_0">難度:本科生 Difficulty: Undergrad</string> <string name="difficulty_level_1">難度:博士Difficulty: Phd</string> <string name="difficulty_level_2">難度:瘋狂科學家Difficulty: Mad scientist</string> <string name="difficulty_level_3">難度:超級人工智能Difficulty: Superhuman AI</string> <string name="unlocks_further_challenges">"和進一步的挑戰and further challenges."</string> <!-- texts in about page, TRANSLATOR: please add your name on a new line (\n) after Petter Säterskog. \nTranslated by ..., if you want to add a link to some personal homepage or similar please contact me and I can fix it :) --> <string name="about_text">遊戲製作: Petter Säterskog.\n翻譯: WhatTheSillyName.\n關卡設計:Alast, bwisialo, Nayus 和 Petter.\n如果你遇到困難:</string> <string name="forum_link"><a href="http://forum.cell-lab.net">討論區</a></string> <string name="wiki_link"><a href="http://wiki.cell-lab.net">Wiki</a></string> <string name="video_link"><a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKw7QHCr7XV2_NbrX3a1C4Q">YouTube</a></string> <string name="videos_link"><a href="https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvFmZuOkX-KE4zYLhdNDBGZgXBexRjUvO">Bart Wisialowski\'s walkthrough videos</a></string> <string name="about_rate_button">為遊戲評分Rate in Play Store!</string> <string name="about_version_text">板本"Version"</string> <string name="about_acknowledgements">致謝Acknowledgements</string> <string name="acknowledgement">Many thanks to Alast, bwisialo, Nayus and Eric Säterskog who designed some of the challenges and gave invaluable feedback. \n\nHuge thanks to all beta testers and Cell Lab Forum contributors! \n\nAll sound and music created by Danilov Sound, <a href="http://danilovsound.ru/">danilovsound.ru</a></string> <!-- Toasts, these are briefly showed on the screen after certain events, keep them short because they are shown a limited amount of time --> <string name="toast_saved">已保存Saved</string> <string name="toast_bad_name">請用字母或數字Bad name? Use alphanumerics only.</string> <string name="toast_no_cell_under_microscope">未在顯微鏡下選擇細胞...No cell under microscope selected…</string> <string name="toast_unknown_types_replaced">未知基因正被取代...Unknown genes are being replaced…</string> <string name="toast_loaded_new_genome">已加載新的基因組Loaded new genome</string> <string name="toast_file_is_newer_version">文件是由較新板本的細胞實驗室所創建,請更新。File created with newer version of Cell Lab, please update.</string> <string name="toast_name_exists">這個基因組的名字已存在,請先命名其他名字。Genome of this name already exists. Please rename before importing.</string> <string name="toast_no_email_clients">未有安裝電郵客戶服務There are no email clients installed.</string> <string name="toast_label_already_in_freeer">這個標籤已存在於冷藏櫃,請選擇其他名字。Label already in freezer. Choose different name.</string> <string name="toast_challenge_completed">挑戰成功!Challenge completed!</string> <string name="toast_out_of_memory">記憶體不足Not enough memory</string> <string name="toast_zoom_max">屏幕寛度現在只有一納米,不能再以電子顯微鏡放大Screen width now just 1 nm, can\'t resolve shorter distances with electron microscope.</string> <!-- Email --> <string name="email_substrate_title">來自Cell Lab的冷凍樣本Frozen sample from Cell Lab</string> <string name="email_substrate_body">"新發現!New findings!\n\nN.B.樣本包含生物,你亦會需要合適的設備以打開樣本。 This sample contains live organisms and should be opened with appropriate equipment.\n下載Download Android app "</string> <string name="email_intent_title">發送郵件...Send mail…</string> <string name="email_genome_title">來自Cell Lab的數碼基因組Digital genome from Cell Lab</string> <string name="email_genome_body">"New genome developed!\n\nN.B. This file contains a genetic sequence and should be opened with appropriate software.\nDownload Android app "</string> <string name="email_download_game_AT_url">at</string> <!-- Microscope --> <string name="temp_menu_title">底物溫度Substrate temperature</string> <string-array name="modes"> <item >凍結Freeze</item> <item >觀察Observe</item> <item >孵化Incubate</item> <item >觀察(慢)Slow observe</item> </string-array> <string name="scope_lab_budget_1">實驗室的預算只准許"Lab budget only allows for "</string> <string name="scope_lab_budget_2">.個細胞...重設挑戰?" cells.. Reset challenge?"</string> <!-- Action bar --> <!-- Rarely in use, both play and challenge mode --> <!-- Experiments tab --> <string name="freezer_new_plate">新培養皿New Plate</string> <string name="freezer_long_press">長按以設置更多Long press for advanced settings</string> <string name="freezer_unfrozen_age">解凍時間Unfrozen age</string> <string name="freezer_relabel">重新標記樣本Relabel your sample</string> <string name="freezer_bad_name">這個標籤已存在於冷藏櫃,請選擇其他名字。Label already in freezer. Choose different name.</string> <string name="freezer_advanced_settings_title">高級設定Advanced Settings</string> <!-- Advanced settings dialog --> <string name="advanced_settings_info">不適當地使用進階設置可能會導致難以運行或崩潰These settings are for advanced use. Setting them inappropriately might make Cell Lab crash/run extremely slowly.</string> <string name="advanced_settings_cell_count">最大細胞數量Maximum cell count:</string> <string name="advances_settings_food_count">最大食物數量Maximum food count:</string> <string name="advanced_settings_radius">培養皿直徑[毫米]Petri dish diameter [mm]:</string> <!-- Challenge objective --> <string name="objective_challenge_completed">挑戰完成Challenge completed</string> <string name="objective_challenge_previously_completed">挑戰已經完成Challenge previously completed</string> <string name="objective_challenge_not_completed">挑戰仍未完成Challenge not yet completed</string> <string name="objective_inserted_cells">"\n已插入的細胞Inserted cells: "</string> <string name="objective_total_cells">"\n細胞總數Total cells: "</string> <string name="objective_your_cells">"\n你的細胞Your cells: "</string> <string name="objective_initial_cells">"\n初始細胞nitial cells: "</string> <string name="objective_red_initial_cells">"\n紅色初始細胞Red initial cells: "</string> <string name="objective_yellow_initial_cells">"\n黃色初始細胞Yellow initial cells: "</string> <string name="objective_infected_initial_cells">"\n受感染的初始細胞Infected initial cells: "</string> <string name="objective_limits_satisfied_time">"\n目標時間Limits satisfied for: "</string> <string name="objective_black_initial_cells">"\n黑色初始細胞Black initial cells: "</string> <string name="objective_removed_cells">"\n已被移除的細胞Removed cells: "</string> <string name="objective_hybrid_cells">融合細胞" Hybrid cells: "</string> <string name="play_button_hint">提示Hint</string> <string name="play_button_spoiler">方法Spoiler</string> <string name="play_button_tut_pop_up">顯示彈出式視窗Show pop-up dialog again</string> <!-- Substrate Editor --> <string name="substrate_contaminate">細胞污染Contaminate with random cells</string> <string name="substrate_nitrates">硝酸鹽Nitrates</string> <string name="substrate_kill_edge">殺死細胞的邊界Kill cells at edge</string> <string name="substrate_radiation">輻射水平Radiation level:</string> <string name="substrate_viscosity">基質黏度Substrate viscosity:</string> <string name="substrate_nutrients">食物豐度Nutrient rate:</string> <string name="substrate_nutrient_size">食物顆粒大小Nutrient chunk size:</string> <string name="substrate_salinity">鹽度Salinity:</string> <string name="substrate_light_amount">光量Light amount:</string> <string name="substrate_light_range">光照範圍Light range:</string> <string name="substrate_light_speed">光線方向移動Light direction change:</string> <string name="substrate_gravity">重力Gravity:</string> <string name="substrate_density">密度Density:</string> <string name="substrate_density_gradient">密度梯度Density gradient:</string> <string name="substrate_fricd">動摩擦力Dynamic friction: </string> <string name="substrate_frics">靜摩擦力Static friction: </string> <string name="substrate_tweak_mutations">只准許點突變Only point mutations</string> <string name="sample_info_save_title">標記樣本Label your sample</string> <string name="sample_info_save_used_name">這個標籤已存在於冷藏櫃,請選擇其他名字。Label already in freezer. Choose different name.</string> <string name="sample_info_age">底物存在時間"Substrate age: "</string> <string name="sample_info_cells">細胞數目"Number of cells: "</string> <string name="sample_info_food">食物數量"Amount of food: "</string> <string name="sample_info_gene_pool">基因池Gene Pool</string> <string name="substrate_param_info_button">簡介Info</string> <string name="substrate_help_title">底物設定-幫助Substrate Settings Help</string> <string name="substrate_help"><![CDATA[你可以使用此頁面的設置,來設置顯微鏡下的環境。 大多數設置應該是不言自明的,但有些設置仍需要解釋,會在下文交代。You can set the environment of the cells under your microscope using the settings on this page. Most settings are supposed to be self-explanatory but a few requires explanations and they are given below. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>輻射Radiation</b>: Radiation will damage your cells and introduce random mutations. A small amount of radiation can help your cells evolve into a stronger species, a very high amount will quickly ruin the genome and might kill your cells. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>只准許點突變Only point mutations</b>: Checking this will limit the mutations to small changes to your genomes. The cell types or modes of children will for example not be changed whereas the continuous parameters like split mass can be changed. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>動摩擦力Dynamic friction</b>: This is the friction coefficient cells experience while moving. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>靜摩擦力Static friction</b>: This is the friction coefficient cells experience while still. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>黏度Viscosity</b>: This sets the amount of Stokes drag experienced by moving cells. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>鹽度Salinity</b>: A low salinity will make your cells spend a lot of energy keeping their salt-balance. A higher value will let them survive longer without any energy source. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>密度Density</b>: A low substrate density will make your cell sink when gravity is turned on, a high substrate density will make your cells float when gravity is turned on. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>密度梯度Density gradient</b>: A density gradient will make the density higher at the substrate bottom and lower at the top. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>脂肪包膜Nutrient coating</b>: This gives nutrients a lipid coating that has to be removed before they can be eaten. <br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>硝酸鹽Nitrates</b>: This sets how fast cells absorb nitrates from the environment. All cells consume nitrates when they split and secrocytes consume it continuously. Nitrocytes are necessary if this is set too low. ]]></string> <!-- Genome Editor --> <!-- This is shown when loading genome --> <string name="menu_item_load_from_microscope">從顯微鏡載入Load from microscope</string> <!-- Labels next to settings --> <string name="genome_editor_button_save">保存Save</string> <string name="genome_editor_button_load">載出Load</string> <string name="genome_editor_edit_mode">編輯模式Edit mode:</string> <string name="genome_editor_make_adhesin">黏附Make adhesin:</string> <string name="genome_editor_stay_alive">優先Prioritize:</string> <string name="genome_editor_cell_type">類型Cell type:</string> <string name="genome_editor_is_initial">起始Initial:</string> <string name="genome_editor_child_1">子代一Child 1:</string> <string name="genome_editor_mode">模式Mode:</string> <string name="genome_editor_keep_adhesin">保持黏附Keep adhesin:</string> <string name="genome_editor_mirror">鏡像Mirror:</string> <string name="genome_editor_child_2">子代二Child 2:</string> <string name="genome_editor_split_mass">分裂質量Split mass:</string> <string name="genome_editor_split_ratio">分裂比例Split ratio:</string> <string name="genome_editor_nutrient_priority">營養優先度Nutrient priority:</string> <string name="genome_editor_snap_angles">粗略值Snap values:</string> <string name="genome_editor_split_angle">分裂角度Split angle:</string> <string name="genome_editor_child_1_angle">子代一角度Child 1 angle:</string> <string name="genome_editor_child_2_angle">子代二角度Child 2 angle:</string> <string name="genome_editor_red">紅色Red color:</string> <string name="genome_editor_green">綠色Green color:</string> <string name="genome_editor_blue">藍色Blue color:</string> <string name="genome_editor_adhesin_stiffnes">連結剛性Adhesin stiffness:</string> <string name="genome_editor_density">密度Density</string> <string name="genome_editor_swim_force">動力Swim force</string> <string name="genome_editor_virus_copy_from">基因複製自Virus copy from</string> <string name="smell_food">食物Food</string> <string name="smell_cell">細胞Cell</string> <string name="stem_signal2">分化值二Path 2 signal</string> <string name="stem_mode2">分化模式二Differentiation path 2 mode</string> <string name="stem_signal1">分化值一Path 1 signal</string> <string name="stem_mode1">分化模式一Differentiation path 1 mode</string> <string name="muscle_lift">抬升Muscle lift</string> <string name="muscle_bend">彎曲Muscle bending</string> <string name="muscle_contract">縮放Muscle contraction</string> <string name="ge_smell_type">感應類型Sense type</string> <string name="ge_output_channel">輸出頻道Output channel</string> <string name="ge_output_amount">輸出Output</string> <string name="ge_smell_red">紅色Red color</string> <string name="ge_smell_green">綠色Green color</string> <string name="ge_smell_blue">藍色Blue color</string> <string name="ge_smell_threshold">顏色閾值Color threshold</string> <string name="ge_osc_preset_button">預設振盪器Oscillator preset…</string> <string name="secrete_food_smell">食物氣味Food smell</string> <string name="secrete_cyanide">氰化氫HCN</string> <string name="genome_editor_secretion">分泌Secretion</string> <!-- These texts are shown in the preview when sliders are manipulated --> <string name="drag_time_1"> "Development after "</string> <string name="drag_time_2">小時後(最多64個細胞)" h (max 64 cells)"</string> <string name="drag_red">紅色:"Red color: "</string> <string name="drag_green">綠色:"Green color: "</string> <string name="drag_blue">藍色:"Blue color: "</string> <string name="drag_child_1_angle">子代一相對親代的角度:"Child 1's angle relative to mother: "</string> <string name="drag_child_2_angle">子代二相對親代的角度:"Child 2's angle relative to mother: "</string> <string name="drag_mass_no_split">細胞不會分裂Cell will never split</string> <string name="drag_mass_age_split">細胞將會分裂於"Cell will split at age "</string> <string name="drag_split_mass">細胞分裂的質量下限為"Cell will split once its mass is: "</string> <string name="nano_gram_abbreviation">ng</string> <string name="drag_priority">細胞質量分配優先度"Cell mass flow priority: "</string> <string name="drag_child_1_ratio">子代一的質量比"Mass ratio to child 1: "</string> <string name="drag_child_2_ratio">"\n子代二的質量比Mass ratio to child 2: "</string> <string name="drag_split_angle">親代的分裂角度:"Mother cell will split at angle: "</string> <string name="drag_stiffness">連結剛性"Adhesin stiffness: "</string> <string name="dialog_titlte_save_genome">為你的基因組命名Name your genome</string> <string name="dialog_text_save_genome">保存基因組可以讓你在其他挑戰中重用,或分享Saving your genome lets you reuse it in another challenge or send it to a friend.</string> <string name="dialog_button_save">保存Save</string> <string name="dialog_button_cancel">取消Cancel</string> <!-- These texts are shown when underscored text in genome editor is tapped. tip_title_.. is dialog's title, tip_.. is the text --> <string name="tip_title_slider">滑塊Slider</string> <string name="tip_title_adhesin">選框: 製造黏附素 Check box: Make adhesin</string> <string name="tip_adhesin">選擇這項設定,會使細胞分裂後的兩個子細胞之間帶有黏附分子The two daughter cells that result after this cell splits will be connected by glue called adhesin if this box is ticked.\n\n這會導致以下如果:This does two things:\n\t-子細胞會連接在一起 - The daughter cells stay together\n\t- 他們可以互相傳遞物質- They can transport nutrients between them.\n\n連結剛性、連結長度、營養優先度及「優先」會調整黏附分子的屬性。The properties of this connection can be tuned with the properties "Adhesin stiffness", "Nutrient priority" and the check box "Prioritize" below.</string> <string name="tip_title_keep_adhesin_c1">選框: 子代一,保持黏附Check box: Child 1, Keep adhesin</string> <string name="tip_keep_adhesin_c1">如果細胞與另一個細胞連結,那麼子代一將維持連結。\n\n注意,子代一必須最終位於粘附素連結所在的一側。If this cell is connected with adhesin to another cell when it split then daughter 1 will retain this adhesin connection if this box is ticked.\n\nNote that daughter 1 must end up on the side where the adhesin connection is for this to work.</string> <string name="tip_title_keep_adhesin_c2">選框: 子代二,保持黏附Check box: Child 2, Keep adhesin</string> <string name="tip_keep_adhesin_c2">如果細胞與另一個細胞連結,那麼子代二將維持連結。\n\n注意,子代二必須最終位於粘附素連結所在的一側。If this cell is connected with adhesin to another cell when it split then daughter 2 will retain this adhesin connection if this box is ticked.\n\nNote that daughter 2 must end up on the side where the adhesin connection is for this to work.</string> <string name="tip_title_edit_mode">選項: 編輯模式Selector: Edit mode</string> <string name="tip_edit_mode">以人類的細胞為例子,幾乎所有細胞都具有相同的基因,但神經細胞及肌肉細胞卻有非常大的差別。這個遊戲是以細胞的不同\"模式\"所達致。每個細胞的基因組都具有四十種模式All cells in e.g. the human body contain the same DNA but a brain cell and a muscle cell behave very differently. This is referred to as different \"modes\" of a cell in this app. The genome of each cell consists of 40 modes with different properties. Use this selector to choose what mode to edit. The properties below all correspond to the chosen mode.\n\nThe radio button \"Initial\" can be used to change what mode your cell starts in.</string> <string name="tip_title_intial_mode">按鈕: 起始 Radio button: Initial</string> <string name="tip_initial_mode">按下此單選按鈕使當前模式成為“初始”模式。\ n \ n初始模式對於野生生物來說並不重要,它只是一種選擇最初應該處於什麼模式的方法。 預覽窗口或放置在顯微鏡下。\ n \ n當細胞從顯微鏡複製到基因組編輯器(“加載” - 按鈕菜單中的首選項)時,細胞所在的模式將作為初始模式。Pressing this radio button makes the current mode the \"initial\" mode.\n\nWhat mode is initial is not important for the organism in the wild, it is just a means of choosing what mode cells should initially be in when shown in the preview window or placed under the microscope.\n\nWhen a cell is copied from the microscope to the genome editor (top choice in \"Load\"-button menu) the mode the cell was in will be taken as the initial.</string> <string name="tip_title_mirror_c1">選框: 子代一,鏡像Check box: Child 1, Mirror</string> <string name="tip_mirror_c1">Checking this check box makes daughter 1 of cells in this mode mirrored with respect to its parent. This means that if a cell is mirrored its daughter 1 would not get mirrored and vice versa.\n\nAll angles are measured counter-clockwise by default but if a cell is mirrored all angles (split angle, child 1 angle, child 2 angle) are defined clockwise instead.\n\nThis property can be useful to make mirror-symmetric organisms without having to use many different cell modes with fine-tuned splitting angles.</string> <string name="tip_title_mirror_c2">選框: 子代二,鏡像Check box: Child 2, Mirror</string> <string name="tip_mirror_c2">Checking this check box makes daughter 2 of cells in this mode mirrored with respect to its parent. This means that if a cell is mirrored its daughter 2 would not get mirrored and vice versa.\n\nAll angles are measured counter-clockwise by default but if a cell is mirrored all angles (split angle, child 1 angle, child 2 angle) are defined clockwise instead.\n\nThis property can be useful to make mirror-symmetric organisms without having to use many different cell modes with fine-tuned splitting angles.</string> <string name="tip_title_stay_alive">選框: 優先Check box: Prioritize</string> <string name="tip_stay_alive">When a cell is in a mode with this box checked it will receive an increase in nutrient priority when it is running dangerously low in nutrients.\n\nThis can be used to make sure that cells in an organism that have low nutrient priority will not give away their very last nutrients and die.\n\nIf cells in a certain mode are not essential and perhaps superfluous in an event of starvation it might be useful to untick this box.</string> <string name="tip_title_cell_type">選項: 細胞類型 Selector: Cell type</string> <string name="tip_cell_type"><![CDATA[The most important property of each cell mode is what type of cell it is. Each type of cell only has one single function it can carry out so an organism that depends on many functions thus needs many cells of different types.<br><br>The types and their functions are:<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Phagocyte</b>: These cells get chemical energy from eating particles in the environment.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Flagellocyte</b>: These cells have flagella that propel them.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Photocyte</b>: These cells convert sunlight to chemical energy<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Devorocyte</b>: These cells suck nutrients from other cells upon touching them.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Lipocyte</b>: These cells store energy chemically in lipids.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Keratinocyte</b>: These cells protect themselves and directly connected cells from hostile cells.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Buoyocyte</b>: These cells have a bubble of a fluid of tunable density.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Glueocyte</b>: These cells make adhesin connections to other cells or the environment upon touch.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Virocyte</b>: These cells inserts a copy of their own genomes into other cells upon touching them.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Nitrocyte</b>: These cells fixate atmospheric N<sub><small>2</small></sub> to NH<sub><small>3</small></sub>.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Myocyte</b>: These are muscle cells that can contract, bend and lift other cells as a response to signal substances.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Neurocyte</b>: These cells can regulate signal molecule concentrations.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Senseocyte</b>: These cells can smell the concentration of substances in its environment.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Stereocyte</b>: These cells can sense their left-right gradient of smells in the environment.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Secrocyte</b>: These cells can emit substances to its environment.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Stemocyte</b>: These cells can change into other modes when certain signal substance concentrations are high or low.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Gamete</b>: These cells can fuse with other compatible gametes to form new cells with a random combination of the two gametes genomes.<br><br><b><font color=#BFF79D>Ciliocyte</b>: These cells are covered with cilia so they do not slip easily. They can independently move the cilia on the left and right sides.]]></string> <string name="tip_title_split_mass">滑塊: 分裂質量Slider: Split mass</string> <string name="tip_split_mass">The mass of each cell is proportional to the amount of chemical energy they have. Cells grow when they get more energy than they consume and shrink otherwise.\n\nWhen a cell\'s mass is larger than the split mass of the mode it is in it will split into two daughter cells.\n\nA cell can not split until it is 30 min old so if this mass is reached before then it will not split until both requirements are met simultaneously.</string> <string name="tip_title_split_ratio">滑塊: 分裂比例Slider: Split ratio</string> <string name="tip_split_ratio">The split ratio dictates how the mass of cells in this mode is distributed among the two daughter cells when it splits.</string> <string name="tip_title_priority">滑塊: 營養優先度 Slider: Nutrient priority</string> <string name="tip_priority">Cells connected with adhesin can transport nutrients between them. The flow of nutrients between two connected cells is proportional to the weighted difference between their masses. The weights are the priorities of the opposite cells.\n\nThis means that nutrients flow from more massive cells to less massive ones and from cells with low priority to cells of high priority. An equilibrium will be reached where cells of higher priority have larger masses.\n\nIf both cells have high priorities the equilibrium will be the same as if they both have low priorities, but it will be reached faster.</string> <string name="tip_title_stiffness">滑塊: 連結剛性 Slider: Adhesin stiffness</string> <string name="tip_stiffness">This setting dictates how stiff the adhesin connections made when cells in this mode splits are. A high stiffness makes the daughter cells have a similar relative orientation to each other as when they were born. A lower value lets them rotate almost freely about the connection point.</string> <string name="tip_title_snap">選框: 粗略值 Check box: Snap values</string> <string name="tip_snap">Checking this makes all angles snap to multiples of 15° and all other values to one of 25 discrete levels.</string> <string name="tip_title_split_angle">滑塊: 分裂角度 Slider: Split angle</string> <string name="tip_split_angle">With this slider you can set at what angle this cell splits at. The dashed lines in the preview show where the cells will split.\n\nEach cell is facing a specific direction (indicated by arrow), the initial cell is always facing to the right both in the preview window and when placed under the microscope. A split angle of 0° means that the cell splits perpendicular to the direction it is facing, daughter 1 will end up in this cells rear and daughter 2 will end up in the front.\n\nIncreasing the split angle will rotate the line of splitting counter-clockwise, unless this is a mirrored cell, in that case the split angle is defined clockwise.</string> <string name="tip_title_child_1_angle">滑塊: 子代一角度 Slider: Child 1 angle</string> <string name="tip_child_1_angle">With this slider you can choose what way daughter cell 1 is facing after this cell splits. The arrow on each cell indicates what angle it is facing.\n\nAn angle of 0° means that daughter 1 will be facing towards daughter 2. Increasing the angle rotates it counter-clockwise unless the splitting cell is mirrored, in this case the angle is defined clockwise.</string> <string name="tip_title_child_2_angle">滑塊: 子代二角度Slider: Child 2 angle</string> <string name="tip_child_2_angle">With this slider you can choose what way daughter cell 2 is facing after this cell splits.\n\nAn angle of 0° means that daughter 2 will be facing away from daughter 1. Increasing the angle rotates it counter-clockwise unless the splitting cell is mirrored, in this case the angle is defined clockwise.</string> <string name="tip_density">This setting only applies to Buoyocytes. Using it you can adjust the density of this cell. It will then sink or float depending on whether this density is higher or lower than that of the surrounding fluid (if a gravitational field is present).\n\nNote that the mass is unaffected by this.</string> <string name="tip_swim_force">This setting only applies to Flagellocytes. Using it you can adjust the intensity of the flagellum movements. Faster movements will make an organisms swim faster but it will also consume more energy.</string> <string name="tip_title_red">滑塊: Slider: Red color</string> <string name="tip_red">Change the amount of red in the color of cells in this mode.\n\nNote that this does not affect the behavior of your cells in any way</string> <string name="tip_title_green">滑塊: Slider: Green color</string> <string name="tip_green">Change the amount of green in the color of cells in this mode.\n\nNote that this does not affect the behavior of your cells in any way</string> <string name="tip_title_blue">滑塊: Slider: Blue color</string> <string name="tip_blue">Change the amount of blue in the color of cells in this mode.\n\nNote that this does not affect the behavior of your cells in any way</string> <string name="tip_virsus_from"><![CDATA[This setting only applies to Virocytes. Using it you can choose which mode a Virocyte should copy into the victim cell.\n\nA Virocyte copies part of its genome into another cell upon touching it. It copies the mode selected by this setting (and 2 generations of descendant modes) into the same modes of the victim cell.\n\nExample: Virocyte copies from mode M5. Mode M5 of Virocyte splits to M4 and M3, which respectively split to M2, M2 and M3, M3. Then these copies will be done:\nVirocyte → Victim\nM5 → M5\nM4 → M4\nM3 → M3\nM2 → M2\n]]></string> <string name="tip_title_child_1_mode">選項: Selector: Child 1, Mode</string> <string name="tip_child_1_mdoe">Use this setting to choose what mode daughter 1 will be in when cells of this mode split.\n\nAny cell can be in one of 40 different modes. Each mode has different properties that you can set. Two of the properties are what modes the daughter cells will be in when the cell splits.\n\nIf your first cell is in mode 1 and it splits to two cells in mode 1, then all you cells will always be in mode 1. If on the other hand it splits into two cells in mode 2 and they further split into two cells each in mode 1, then you will end up with just cells in mode 1 and 2. It is in these cases just necessary to specify the properties of mode 1 or 1 and 2 respectively since these are the only modes your cells will be in.\n\nThe properties of the other modes are though carried on generation after generation of your cells even if they are not expressed so if some useful feature of an organism is coded there, it might surface anyways if your environment contains radiation so that your cells mutate once in a while. This happens in nature as well, many parts of e.g. the human genome do not describe any proteins used in the body.</string> <string name="tip_title_child_2_mode">選項: Selector: Child 2, Mode</string> <string name="tip_child_2_mode">Use this setting to choose what mode daughter 2 will be in when cells of this mode split.\n\nAny cell can be in one of 40 different modes. Each mode has different properties that you can set. Two of the properties are what modes the daughter cells will be in when the cell splits.\n\nIf your first cell is in mode 1 and it splits to two cells in mode 1, then all you cells will always be in mode 1. If on the other hand it splits into two cells in mode 2 and they further split into two cells each in mode 1, then you will end up with just cells in mode 1 and 2. It is in these cases just necessary to specify the properties of mode 1 or 1 and 2 respectively since these are the only modes your cells will be in.\n\nThe properties of the other modes are though carried on generation after generation of your cells even if they are not expressed so if some useful feature of an organism is coded there, it might surface anyways if your environment contains radiation so that your cells mutate once in a while. This happens in nature as well, many parts of e.g. the human genome do not describe any proteins used in the body.</string> <string name="tip_muscle_contraction">The muscle contraction pulls adhesin connection in the front and rear of the Myocyte towards its center.</string> <string name="tip_muscle_bending">The muscle bending pulls adhesin connection in the front and rear to either the left or right of the Myocyte.</string> <string name="tip_muscle_lift">The muscle lift will lift cells either in the front or rear of the Myocyte and thereby lowering their friction against the substrate.</string> <string name="tip_stem_mode1">When the path 1 signal is above .5, then the Stemocyte will differentiate into this mode.</string> <string name="tip_stem_mode2">When the path 2 signal is above .5, then the Stemocyte will differentiate into this mode.</string> <string name="tip_stem_signal1">When this signal is above .5, then the Stemocyte will differentiate into the specified mode for path 1.</string> <string name="tip_stem_signal2">When this signal is above .5, then the Stemocyte will differentiate into the specified mode for path 2.</string> <string name="tip_secrocyte">This specifies what substance to secrete.\n\nFood/Coated Food smell/Light sense activator/Wall sense activator will affect nearby Senseocytes and Stereocytes just like the corresponding real stimuli would. They work by emitting substances that more strongly attach to the corresponding receptors and can thus give stronger signals than the natural stimuli.\n\nCyanide will kill unprotected organisms upon touch.\n\nLipase breaks down lipids on food particles so they can be eaten by phagocytes. This also hurts all but the Keratinocytes slightly since it breaks down the cell membrane.\n\nProtease breaks adhesin connections if it touches two connected cells simultaneously.\n\nSignal substances will diffuse to cells on touch. The - signs indicate a signal substance inhibitor.</string> <string name="tip_type_selector">選項 Selector</string> <string name="ge_smell_output_tip">This indicates what channel to output to when it senses a smell.</string> <string name="ge_smell_output_amount_tip">This indicates what amount to output when it senses a smell.</string> <string name="ge_smell_red_tip">When sensing cells of a certain color, this is the amount of red in that color.</string> <string name="ge_smell_green_tip">When sensing cells of a certain color, this is the amount of green in that color.</string> <string name="ge_smell_blue_tip">When sensing cells of a certain color, this is the amount of blue in that color.</string> <string name="ge_smell_threshold_tip">When sensing cells of a certain color, this is how far away the actual color of the cell can be from the settings above.</string> <string name="ge_neuro_output_tip_1">"This sets what channel Neurocyte signalling pathway "</string> <string name="ge_neuro_output_tip_2">" outputs on."</string> <string name="ge_neuro_output_amount_tip_1">"This sets what amount of signal substance Neurocyte signalling pathway "</string> <string name="ge_neuro_output_amount_tip_2">" outputs."</string> <string name="ge_smell_type_tip">This indicates what \"smell\" this cell is sensitive to.</string> <!--These texts are shown when pressing the ... button in genome editor--> <string name="val_dialog_signal_substance_dependence">細胞狀態Cell state dependence</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_linear">a × 輸入 + b a × input + b</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_heaviside"><![CDATA[輸入< c,則a\n輸入≥ c,則b]]><![CDATA[a, if input < c\nb, if input ≥ c]]></string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_value"> 數值 Value</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_a_variable">a</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_b_variable">b</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_c_variable">c</string> <!--These 7 were previously missed by petter: :( --> <string name="signal_val_dialog_fixed_value">固定值: Fixed value:</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_use_signal">自訂: Use cell state:</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_substance">輸入: Input:</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_value_equals">數值=Value =</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_a">a:</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_b">b:</string> <string name="signal_val_dialog_c">c:</string> <!--Oscillator preset strings--> <string name="osc_preset_title">預設振盪器Oscillator Preset</string> <string name="osc_preset_tip">設置四個輸出頻道的函數,使兩個信號物質的濃度上下振盪。This dialog sets the values of the four Output channels such that the concentrations of two signal substances oscillates up and down.</string> <string name="osc_preset_adhesin_connections">黏附連結" adhesin connections"</string> <string name="osc_preset_channels">振盪頻道"Oscillate channel "</string> <string name="osc_preset_to">至to</string> <string name="oscillator_preset_period">週期Period</string> <string name="gene_edit_default_genome">載入預設基因組Load default genome</string> <string name="settings_music">音樂Music</string> <string name="smell_light">光線Light</string> <string name="substrate_aging">細胞老化Cell aging</string> <string name="substrate_nutrient_lump">食物聚集Nutrient lumpiness</string> <string name="substrate_nutrient_lump_size">食物聚集規模Nutrient lump size</string> <string name="secrete_protease">蛋白酶Protease</string> <string name="val_dep_nitro_reserve"><![CDATA[NH<sub><small>3</small></sub> 含量 [0–1]]]></string> <string name="val_dep_connected">黏附連結#Adhesin connection #</string> <string name="val_dep_mass">細胞質量Cell mass</string> <string name="val_dep_age">細胞年齡Cell age</string> <string name="signal_substance_unit">μmol/L</string> <string name="secrete_type_lipase">脂肪酶Lipase</string> <string name="unlocks_before_feature">解鎖Unlocks</string> <string name="save_plate">保存培養皿Save plate</string> <string name="smell_velocity">速度Velocity</string> <string name="smell_wall">牆壁Wall</string> <string name="tool_cell">合成Cell synthesizer</string> <string name="tool_move">光鑷Optical tweezers</string> <string name="tool_add">強化Cell boost</string> <string name="tool_remove">移除Cell removal</string> <string name="tool_info">診斷Cell diagnostics</string> <string name="string_setting_show_gt">顯示細胞類型Show cell type</string> <string name="string_setting_show_gt_summary">啟用後,基因組編輯器中的模式選擇器會同時顯示細胞類型的縮寫。When enabled, this will indicate cell type abbreviations next to mode settings in the genome editor.</string> <string name="nutrient_coating">脂肪包膜Nutrient coating</string> <string name="smell_type_coated_food">脂膜食物Coated food</string> <string name="secrete_wall">牆壁信號Wall sense activator</string> <string name="secrete_light">光感信號Light sense activator</string> <string name="secrete_coated_food">脂膜食物氣味Coated food smell</string> <string name="dialog_reload_title">重新載入底物Reload current substrate</string> <string name="dialog_button_reload">重載Reload</string> <string name="donations_made">捐款:Donations made:</string> <string name="gene_editor_load_default_to_mode">初始化Load default to</string> <string name="gene_editor_copy_to_mode">把Copy</string> <string name="gene_editor_copy_to_mode2">複製至to</string> <string name="gene_editor_cytoskeleton">細胞骨架Cytoskeleton</string> <string name="gene_editor_cytoskeleton_tip">細胞骨架有助細胞在壓力下保持其形狀。 設置越高意味著細胞需要更多營養進行分裂和生存,但可以更好地保持形狀。The cytoskeleton helps the cell keep its shape when under pressure. A higher setting means more resources are needed to create the cell but it can keep its shape better.</string> <string name="gene_editor_adhesin_length">連結長度Adhesin length</string> <string name="gene_editor_adhesin_length_tip">增加長度會使子細胞們在保持連結的情況下分開較遠的距離,並允許其他較大的細胞穿過連結之間的空間。Increasing this keeps the daughter cells further apart, allowing cells to pass above the adhesin connection.</string> <string name="gene_editor_max_connections">連結上限Max connections</string> <string name="gene_editor_max_connections_tip">如果這個細胞與其他細胞的連結數量等於或超出設定值,細胞將不會分裂。The cell will not split if it is connected to this many or more other cells.</string> <string name="gene_editor_comp_mode">配對鄭Compatible mode</string> <string name="gene_editor_comp_mode_tip">如果兩個配子為互相兼容,細胞膜會更容易發生融合。The cell membrane will be more susceptible to fusion if both gametes are compatible.</string> <string name="gene_editor_mode_after_fert">受精後的模式Mode after fertilization</string> <string name="gene_editor_mode_after_fert_tip">如果此配子的質量較其他配子大,受精後的模式將會是此設定值。If this cell is the larger of the two cells that fuse, then this is the mode the zygote will end up in.</string> <string name="gene_editor_telomeres">受精後的端粒數量Telomeres after fertilization</string> <string name="gene_editor_telomeres_tip">每次分裂都會移除一個端粒,一旦細胞失去所有端粒,細胞將會死亡。受精後的端粒數量將會根據此設定值而重設。Each cell split removes a telomere. A cell with 0 telomeres die. The number of telomeres is reset to the number specified by this option when two gametes fuse.</string> <string name="gene_editor_cilio_left_speed">左方速度Left movement speed</string> <string name="gene_editor_cilio_left_speed_tip">這會設置細胞拖動左方物體的速度。This sets the speed with which touching objects are dragged relative to this cell on its left side.</string> <string name="gene_editor_cilio_right_speed">右方速度Right movement speed</string> <string name="gene_editor_cilio_right_speed_tip">這會設置細胞拖動方物體的速度。This sets the speed with which touching objects are dragged relative to this cell on its right side</string> <string name="unlock_feature_more_params">更多底物設置more substrate parameters.</string> <string name="unlock_feature_more_genome_params">更多基因設置more genome parameters.</string> <string name="unlock_feature_more_programmable_params">可編程基因參數programmable genome parameters.</string> <string name="popup_title_study_challenge_sub">研究挑戰底物?Study challenge substrate?</string> <string name="popup_text_study_challenge_sub">你想在實驗室打開這個挑戰底物嗎?Do you want to open this challenge substrate in the experimental lab?</string> <string name="popup_title_need_help">需要幫助?Need help?</string> <string name="popup_text_need_help"><![CDATA[遇到困難? 你可以在此找到幫助: Having trouble solving this challenge? You can find help on:<br><br>]]></string> <string name="popup_title_select_tool">選擇工具Select tool</string> <string name="substrate_action_reload">重載底物Reload plate</string> <string name="substrate_action_sterilize">消毒底物Sterilize plate</string> <string name="logging_simulation_note_1">記錄模擬過程(Logging simulation (</string> <string name="logging_simulation_note_2">)至: ) to:</string> <string name="cell_info_select">選擇細胞...Select cell…</string> <string name="cell_info_age">年齡:Age: %.2f h</string> <string name="cell_info_mass">質量Mass: %.2f ng</string> <string name="cell_info_diameter">直徑:Diameter: %.1f μm</string> <string name="cell_info_nitro">氮儲備Nitrogen reserve: %.0f%%</string> <string name="cell_info_toxins">毒素Toxins: %.2f</string> <string name="cell_info_injury">傷害Injury: %.0f%%</string> <string name="cell_info_lift">高度Lift: %.2f</string> <string name="cell_info_active_mode">"位點:Active mode: "</string> <string name="cell_info_type">"類型:Type: "</string> <string name="cell_info_mirrored">"鏡像:Mirrored: "</string> <string name="cell_info_tag">"標籤:Tag: "</string> <string name="cell_info_tag_user">使用者-細胞User cell</string> <string name="cell_info_tag_challenge">挑戰-細胞Challenge cell</string> <string name="cell_info_tag_contaminate">污染-細胞Contamination cell</string> <string name="cell_info_tag_infected_user">使用者-細胞(受感染)Infected user cell</string> <string name="cell_info_tag_infected_challenge">挑戰-細胞(受感染)Infected challenge cell</string> <string name="cell_info_tag_infected_contaminate">污染-細胞(受感染)Infected contamination cell</string> <string name="cell_info_tag_hybrid">融合細胞Hybrid cell</string> <string name="cell_info_mutations">突變:"Mutations: "</string> <string name="cell_info_telomeres">端粒;"Telomeres: "</string> <string name="cell_info_density">密度:"Density: "</string> <string name="cell_info_swim_force"><![CDATA[游泳動力Swim force: %.2f×10<sup><small>-21</small></sup> N]]></string> <string name="cell_info_speed"><![CDATA[<br>速率Speed: %.0f μm/h]]></string> <string name="value_true">真True</string> <string name="value_false">非False</string> <string name="cell_info_lipids"><![CDATA[脂質(質量):Lipids (mass equiv.): %.2f ng<br>]]></string> <string name="cell_info_S_production"> 生產production: %.1f </string> <string name="toast_cell_type_limit_violation">基因組違反細胞類型限制,請檢查“目標”。Genome violates cell type limits. Check \"Objective tab\".</string> <string name="donate_appeal">Cell Lab是一款完全免費的應用程序。 沒有付費,也沒有廣告。 如果您想向開發者表示感謝,歡迎投幣以鼓勵作者。 Cell Lab is provided as a completely free app. There are no payments for features and no ads. If you would like to show your appreciation to the developer, consider donating an amount of your choice below. A combination of buttons can be used.</string> <string name="button_refresh">刷新Refresh</string> <string name="select_plate_action">選項Select action</string> <string name="mobile_food">動態食物Mobile food</string> <string name="donate_reminder_title">捐款?Donate?</string> <string name="donate_reminder">如果您想向這個遊戲的開發者捐款,您可以在主菜單的“關於”頁面中進行捐贈。If you would like to make a donation to the developer of this game you can do so in the \"About\" page of the main menu.</string> <string name="log_sub_stat">記錄底物的統計數據Log substrate statistics to file</string> <string name="log_sub_stat_description">%s 注意,日誌記錄會減慢運行速度並佔用大量空間。Note that logging slows the simulation and can take up much space.</string> <string-array name="level_strings"> <!--tuto1--> <item>教程一 Tutorial I</item> <item>顯微鏡-簡介Introduction to the Microscope</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--tuto2--> <item>教程二 Tutorial II</item> <item>基因編輯器-簡介Introduction to the Genome Editor</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--1--> <item>藻 Ⅰ Algae</item> <item>Use the genome editor to make a species that thrives in the environment of this challenge.\n \nWhen ready, put a cell on the substrate under the microscope and unfreeze it to see if it is viable. \n100 cells are needed to complete this challenge.</item> <item>The default cell will suffice for this challenge. All cells need energy and the Photocytes available in this challenge get energy from sunlight.\n \nSunlight is incident on the bright area at the top of this substrate.</item> <item>Tap on the bright area at the top of the petri dish to add a default cell and change the temperature to observe.</item> <!--2--> <item>藻 Ⅱ Algae II</item> <item>This time the objective is to make a species that can multiply to at least 150 cells on the same substrate as the previous challenge.\n \nThis challenge and many others are not required to proceed in the game. You can solve it at a later point if you find it hard at the moment.</item> <item>Smaller cells tend to come in higher numbers. The property "Split mass" might be useful now.</item> <item></item> <!--4--> <item>藻 Ⅲ Algae III</item> <item>This substrate has a much lower viscosity than the previous ones. Can you design a species that survives this?</item> <item>A useful property in the genome editor is "Make adhesin".</item> <item></item> <!--3--> <item>巨噬細胞 Ⅰ Macrophages</item> <item>Another cell type is now available, the Phagocyte. It can eat the small brown dots you might have seen appear when cells die. Eating these pieces of nutrients makes them grow.\n \nNo light source is present in this challenge, but pieces of nutrients are being sprinkled on the substrate. Can you make a species multiply to 300 cells?</item> <item>Just place a couple Phagocytes with default settings on the substrate and wait and see. In a little while you should have 300 cells.</item> <item></item> <!--3.2--> <item>巨噬細胞 Ⅱ Macrophages II</item> <item>Can you get 650 cells on the same substrate as before?\n \nNow you have access to Flagellocytes in the experimental lab, but in this challenge we still work with the same restrictions as the previous challenge to see if we can optimize our organism without Flagellocytes.\n \nYou can always skip this challenge and go directly to challenge 9 where you can use Flagellocytes if you like.</item> <item>The properties \"Split angle\" and \"Split mass\" might be useful to solve this challenge. The cells spread more efficiently if they don\'t end up on a line.</item> <item></item> <!--3.3--> <item>顏色 Colors</item> <item>In this challenge you have 100 h to get 5 red and 5 yellow cells. Only problem, you can not place any cells. You do, however, have access to the cell boost tool. This tool lets you make cells grow and split.\n \nCan you figure out which cells to boost to get the correct number of cells of each color?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--3.4--> <item>選育 Ⅰ Breeding</item> <item>We have found a beautiful, and tasty, red cell in nature. We would like to have more of it to improve the institute canteen but since it has a strict no-GMO policy, we cannot recreate this by copying it to the genome editor. \nCan you make more of this cell using some traditional breeding strategy?</item> <item>Use the move tool to help this cell</item> <item></item> <!--3.5--> <item>共存 Coexistence</item> <item>Can you get over 400 cells during 50 h on this substrate by just adding one initial cell?</item> <item>You will need your initial cell to divide into two cells with different functions.</item> <item></item> <!--tuto3--> <item>教程三 Tutorial III</item> <item>Introduction to Genetic Design</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--5--> <item>巨噬細胞 Ⅲ Macrophages III</item> <item>We are going to try to use your new cell, the Flagellocyte, for this challenge. This cell can not gain energy from the environment, but it can swim! Note that this cell immediately dies if attached to another cell such that the flagellum is obstructed.\n \nThe viscosity of this substrate is higher than in the previous \"Macrophages\" challenge. Can you nevertheless make a species multiply to 420 cells?</item> <item>To solve this challenge you will need your organism\'s life cycle to include three different modes.\n \nTicking \"Contaminate with random cells\" in experimental mode and running for a little while might give you some ideas on how to solve this challenge.</item> <item>Have mode 1 split to mode 2 and 3. \nHave mode 3 split to 3 and 1. \nLet mode 1 and 3 be Phagocytes and mode 2 Flagellocyte. \nTick \"Make Adhesin\" for mode 1.\n \nNote that this is one among many different ways to solve this challenge.</item> <!--5.5--> <item>巨噬細胞 Ⅳ Macrophages IV</item> <item>The environment of this challenge is less friendly than the previous one. Can you nevertheless get 300 cells?\n \nThis requires some serious optimization of your cells. Note that all challenges do not have to be solved to progress in the game.</item> <item>Having trouble solving some of the challenges and need some inspiration? Let evolution do the job for you! Go to the \"Challenges\" tab of the main menu and make a long press on this challenge to open it in experimental mode. Put the solution you found for the Macrophages III challenge on the substrate (you can save and load genomes in the genome editor).\n \nNow start the simulation and you should have some cells multiplying in the environment. If you now increase the radiation level from 0 to slightly above 0 the cells will start mutating and soon you will have more cells than you started with since they have adapted to their environment. Once they reach the required limit you can copy a cell to the genome editor, save it, and use it in this challenge.</item> <item></item> <!--6--> <item>陽光 Ⅰ Sunlight</item> <item>The light source is now moving around the substrate, much like the sun. Your goal is to design cells that can multiply up to 130 cells with this rotating light source.</item> <item>You will need to make a cell that can swim around the edge of the substrate, following the light. Maybe you can modify your solution of challenge \"Macrophages III\" slightly?</item> <item></item> <!--6.3--> <item>食腐 Scavenger</item> <item>The only source of energy on this substrate is the sun. Can you nevertheless create a viable species without using photocytes?</item> <item>The present photocytes leave small pieces of nutrients behind when they die. Can you make a species that lives off of them?</item> <item></item> <!--6.5--> <item>種子 Seed</item> <item>A new type of cell is now available, the Lipocyte. This cell contains fat and can thus store more energy than other cells. These cells also consume very little energy.\n \nThis substrate contains no energy source, can you nevertheless keep 16 live cells on it for 50 h?</item> <item>Use a Lipocyte with very low split mass and just wait.</item> <item></item> <!--7--> <item>陽光 Ⅱ Sunlight II</item> <item>The light source is now moving faster. Your goal is to design cells that can multiply up to 500 cells with this itinerant light source.</item> <item>Your cells can never swim fast enough to keep up with the sun. Instead, accumulate energy when it is abundant for use during dark times.</item> <item>Make a long worm consisting of both Photocytes and Lipocytes. One way is to have:\n \nMode 1: Photocyte, split to 2,3 \nMode 2: Lipocyte, will not split \nMode 3: Photocyte, split to 1,1\n \nMake adhesin for all of them.</item> <!--8--> <item>巨噬細胞 Ⅴ Macrophages V</item> <item>Cells now die when they reach the edge of the substrate. Can you make a species maintaining a cell count above 150 for 100 h?</item> <item>Having trouble solving some of the challenges and need some inspiration? Let evolution do the job for you! Go to the \"Challenges\" tab of the main menu and make a long press on this challenge to open it in experimental mode. Put the solution you found for the Macrophages III challenge on the substrate (you can save and load genomes in the genome editor).\n \nNow start the simulation and you should have some cells multiplying in the environment. If you now increase the radiation level from 0 to slightly above 0 the cells will start mutating and soon you will have more cells than you started with since they have adapted to their environment. Once they reach the required limit you can copy a cell to the genome editor, save it, and use it in this challenge.</item> <item></item> <!--9--> <item>殺戮 Decimation</item> <item>Your research team has developed a new type of cell that you need to test. The Devorocyte sucks nutrients from other cells upon touching them. Can you decrease the number of cells in this substrate to below 300?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--9.5--> <item>選育 Ⅱ Breeding II</item> <item>Our micropipette is under maintenance so we can not insert new cells at the moment. Can you anyways get 100 red cells on this Petri dish?</item> <item>There is some mutagen present on this substrate, use it to your advantage.</item> <item></item> <!--10--> <item>侵入 Infestation</item> <item>You forgot a sample in the incubator for a week and some new species developed. They spread spores very efficiently and infested all your samples. Can you devise a method to remove them?</item> <item>Spend more time using the microscope than engineering a genome.</item> <item></item> <!--11--> <item>抗衡 Countermeasure</item> <item>Your collaborators have been able to develop a cell immune to attacks from your Devorocytes. The Keratinocyte can defend itself and cells attached directly to it from hostile cells.\n \nCan you help them design an organism able to disrupt the ecosystem living on this plate? They want at least 420 cells.</item> <item>Make a swimming organism consisting of three cells, a Keratinocyte in the center, a Flagellocyte in the rear, and a Phagocyte in the front.</item> <item>Let mode 1, 3 and 5 be Phagocytes, mode 2 Flagellocyte, and finally mode 4 a Keratinocyte. \nTick \"Make Adhesin\" for mode 1 and 3.\n \nHave mode 1 split to mode 2 and 3 (in that order). Now we have an ordinary swimmer. \nHave mode 3 split to 4 and 5. Now we have an immune swimmer. \nHave mode 5 split to 5 and 1. Now we release eggs for new swimmers.\n \nNote that this is one among many different ways to solve this challenge. </item> <!--12--> <item>征服 Conquering</item> <item>Remove all the red cells! You need your cells to survive at least 30 h after the red cells died to make sure your cells can survive on their own.\n\nThis challenge must be solved within 220 h.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--13--> <item>浮游 Ⅰ Floaters</item> <item>A new cell is available. The Buoyocyte has a compartment that can contain a liquid of a different density than other cells. See if you can use it to create life on this substrate which has been oriented vertically so that cells are slowly sinking to the bottom of it. 350 cells should indicate that they can live and reproduce.</item> <item>You will need to lower the density setting of your Buoyocytes.</item> <item></item> <!--14--> <item>浮游 Ⅱ Floaters II</item> <item>Now the substrate is still oriented vertically but the material of the substrate is of a density close to the density of the cells so they do not fall. Can you make a species that multiplies to 400 cell without using Flagellocytes?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--14.5--> <item>寄生 Parasite</item> <item>The density of this slippery substrate varies with height, making cells collect in the center.\n \nSome species is already living here but can you get another one living here for at least 500h without using phagocytes?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--15--> <item>消毒 Sterilization</item> <item>You need to kill all cells on this substrate but lost your bottle of sterilizer, you have to think of something else.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--15.5--> <item>搖滾舞池 Mosh pit</item> <item>Can you make an organism quickly take over this crowded substrate?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--16--> <item>滑坡 Ⅰ Slippery Slope</item> <item>In this sample, viscosity is nonexistent. Can you make an organism capable of surviving and thriving in these harsh conditions?</item> <item>Try to make your organism stick to the lit area using the Glueocyte.</item> <item></item> <!--17--> <item>消毒 Ⅱ Sterilization II</item> <item>Some kind of worm-like organism has attached itself to the top of our substrate. We need to get it rid of it so we can use the Petri dish for our next experiment.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--17.5--> <item>試管苔蘚 Moss IVF</item> <item>We here have a moss sperm and a moss egg that we want to fertilize for our moss breeding program.\n \nThe sperm is able to avoid black cells but not the red ones. Can you help it reach the egg?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--18.5--> <item>浮游 Ⅲ Floaters III</item> <item>Can you figure out what substrate this is and get 450 cells to live on it?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--19--> <item>極端 Ⅰ Harsh Conditions</item> <item>In this sample there are no nitrates in the substrate. Though a new cell which can bind nitrogen, the Nitrocyte, is now available. This cell can supply connected cells with nitrates. Any cell can store a rather large amount of nitrates so they need not be connected to this cell. Cells do not consume the nitrates, though they are shared between the daughter cells when a cell divides. If a cell does not have enough nitrates to divide into two cells, it simply will not divide.\n \nCan you make an organism able to multiply into 200 cells in this environment?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--20--> <item>極端 Ⅱ Harsh Conditions II</item> <item>No sun this time. Can you get 400 cells?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--18.2--> <item>共生 Symbiosis</item> <item>Most plants in the legume family live in symbiosis with nitrogen fixating bacteria called rhizobia living in their root systems. The bacteria provides nitrogen to the plants while the plants provide nutrients to the bacteria.\n \nOn this substrate we have a couple of very tiny plants of the legume family. Unfortunately their rhizobia was killed by a virus and the plants as a result have stopped growing due to lack of nitrogen.\n \nCan you design some new organisms to take the role of the rhizobia?</item> <item>Glueocytes can help transfer nutrients between different species.</item> <item></item> <!--21--> <item>滑坡 Ⅱ Slippery Slope II</item> <item>Can you get 700 cells on this peculiar substrate?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--22--> <item>感染 Ⅰ Infection</item> <item>The Virocyte is a cell infected with a virus. If another cell touches this cell it risks also getting infected unless it is protected by a Keratinocyte. Part of this cells genome will get copied into the other cell when it gets infected. This is very much how a virus works in nature.\n \nWhich part of the genome gets copied is specified by the \"Virus copy from\" property in the genome editor. Note that not only the genes for one mode are copied but also the genes for the modes of 2 generations of descendants. So a maximum of 1+2+4 modes of the host genome are copied to the newly infected cell.\n \nIn this challenge you are supposed to kill all the initial cells by infecting them with a virus and leave the substrate clean.</item> <item>Tap on a cell under the microscope and press \"Load\" in the Genome editor and select \"Load from microscope\" to inspect the organisms living on this substrate before designing a virus.</item> <item></item> <!--22.5--> <item>迷宮 Maze</item> <item>As part of our labs public outreach initiative we are attempting to set the world record for the smallest maze.\n \nCan you test it to make sure it works?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--23--> <item>感染 Ⅱ Infection II</item> <item>Viruses are often specifically evolved to infect a certain host. Can you make a virus infecting these organisms leaving the substrate clean?</item> <item>Tap on a cell under the microscope and press \"Load\" in the Genome editor and select \"Load from microscope\" to inspect the organisms living on this substrate before designing a virus.</item> <item></item> <!--23.5--> <item>非交換性病毒 Noncommutative viruses</item> <item>The order of infection is important when different viruses overwrites the same part of a cells genome.\n \nThese viruses have been designed to create an interesting organism by infecting a simple lipocyte. Their order has been messed up, can you figure out the correct order of infection?</item> <item>In the main settings of cell lab there is an option to show cell types next to mode names. Turning that on is useful to inspect the genomes of these viruses.</item> <item></item> <!--25--> <item>感染 Ⅲ Infection III</item> <item>The objective is once again to remove all the cells from the substrate, which now does not contain any nitrates.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--26--> <item>基因療法 Gene Therapy</item> <item>Gene therapy is a method practiced in medicine to correct a defective genome by inserting new genes. The new genes are typically inserted using a virus as a vector. A special virus is prepared that does not cause much harm but inserts a missing gene.\n \nOn this substrate we have some particularly ugly cells, specifically, mother nature did a very bad job of matching the color of the Phagocyte to the color of the Flagellocyte. We don\'t have access to the Flagellocyte genes but would like some more visually appealing swimmers than these. Could you do some gene therapy on these cells to obtain about the same number of swimmers but in a color scheme of your liking instead? They need to survive more than 200 h.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--26.5--> <item>消化 Ⅰ Digestion</item> <item>You\'ve run out of the ordinary nutrients for your cells. In desperation to feed them you saved a piece of bacon from lunch but now realize your phagocytes can not feed on fat.\n \nLuckily, the researchers in the molecular biology lab have already been working on a similar scenario and were able to develop Secrocytes that produce Lipase, an enzyme that can break down fat into fatty acids that the phagocytes can eat.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--26.57--> <item>消化 Ⅱ Digestion II</item> <item>An engineered organisms used to make biofuel from sunlight is living on this Petri dish.\n \nCan you make an organism living off of the lipids that are released from the dying lipocytes and thus ruining our production?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--26.6--> <item>瓶頸 Population Bottleneck</item> <item>This diverse ecosystem reproduces sexually using a new cell type, the gamete. This cell doesn\'t have a complete set of chromosomes and can thus not split.\n \nHowever, it can fuse with another compatible gamete to form a new cell with complete genome. After fusing the mode is changed and the lifecycle can continue. This way beneficial traits can efficiently spread through a population.\n \nThe ecosystem on this dish unfortunately went through a population bottleneck when professor Challenger spilled a mug of coffee on it. Now the gene for swimming fast is missing. Can you reintroduce it to the gene pool?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--26.8--> <item>適應 Adaptation</item> <item>You have been experimenting with a swimming Photocyte organism. Unfortunately, your light system started malfunctioning and is now rotating slowly.\n \nYour organism is not fit enough to keep up. You have to introduce it to a new diet in order to keep it alive!</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--26.9--> <item>古遺傳學 Paleogenetics</item> <item>This ancient green organism was found living in an acidic lake. Archaeologists have in the same lake found microscopic fossils of a—now extinct—predator species thought to once live off of these green creatures. To corroborate this theory we would like to see if there are some traces of their interaction left in the genome of the green species. To test our theory we have placed a synthetic predator species on this substrate to see if some protective mechanism can be awoken from the depths of the green swimmers genome. That didn\'t happen.\n \nUpon inspection of the genome we have found that a recent mutation has taken a shortcut, the M3 cells no longer split to M5,M6, but it splits to M3,M4. Perhaps this mutation proliferated as a result of the extinction of the predator? Anyhow, can you—without inserting a keratinocyte—restore the old behavior and see what the species does in this synthetic environment?\n \nIf you get 400 cells without actually introducing a keratinocyte then we have confirmed that this species has genes to protect itself from the predator and thus the fossil predators were most likely once living off of this organism.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--27--> <item>顛倒平衡 Tip the Balance</item> <item>Three species are living on this substrate. Can you make them all die?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--29--> <item>保持平衡 Keep the Balance</item> <item>Two species are living on this substrate. Can you add a third?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>教程四 Tutorial IV</item> <item>Introduction to Cell Signaling</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>氣球 Balloons</item> <item>Our politicians have introduced patent laws to help foster technological advancements.\n \nWe can now not use the solution to Floaters II anymore without paying a huge license fee for the Buoyocytes. Our budget now only allows for one Buoyocyte per genome and we can thus not make an equally efficient species anymore.\n \nWe have had to lower our ambitions for this substrate to 200 cells. Can you work around the limitations posed by the patent laws by using the Neurocyte?</item> <item>Use the longest time on the oscillator preset. Make sure to set the "Neurocyte adhesin connections" to what the case is in your organism.</item> <item></item> <item>摩擦力 Ⅰ Friction</item> <item>This substrate has dried up a bit and swimming is not very efficient any more. Can you use the recently developed Myocyte to find another means of locomotion?</item> <item>The muscle contract and lift properties are useful here. Perhaps assign them to different channels.</item> <item>Make a three-celled linear organism with a Myocyte in the center. Setting the split ratio and mass in a good way is crucial.</item> <item>緊張 Nervous</item> <item>Our field biologists have found a tiny organism that exhibits a defence behaviour when subject to a certain stimulus.\n \nCan you figure out what the stimulus is?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>摩擦力 Ⅱ Friction II</item> <item>This substrate is even drier, and the cell limits are higher. Can you still make it?</item> <item>Making a slightly easier version of this substrate and using evolution can help you solve this. Let it run for a night :)</item> <item></item> <item>貧瘠 Ⅰ Scarce Conditions</item> <item>We now have access to two new cells, Senseocyte and the Sterocyte. They can sense smell from either food or cells of certain colors. The Senseocyte will output a signal substance based on the smell molecule concentration. The Stereocyte will output a signal substance based on the left-right concentration gradient of smell molecules.\n \nFood is now very scarce, can you figure out a way to survive on this substrate?</item> <item>Use the Stereocyte and Myocyte for steering towards food. Think about the placement of the cells within your organism.</item> <item>Make a simple swimmer so that once it gets enough food it will split into a four-celled linear organism, Flagellocyte-Myocyte-Stereocyte-Phagocyte. Make the Myocyte bend according to the smell direction picked up by the Stereocyte.\n \nTuning the Myocyte response is crucial and requires some experimenting.\n \nLet the Phagocyte split off the simple swimmers that will sometimes be lucky and develop into these four-celled navigating swimmers and thus letting your organism reproduce.\n \nSetting the adhesin strength high and tuning the split masses is crucial\n \nNote that this is one of many ways of solving this challenge.</item> <item>貧瘠 Ⅱ Scarce Conditions II</item> <item>Can you make a species survive here without using the Myocyte?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--32.6--> <item>地平說 Flat Earth</item> <item>This Petri dish is slippery and has no rim so cells fall and die when they reach the edge.\n \nCan you nevertheless get 300 cells?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>貧瘠 Ⅲ Scarce Conditions III</item> <item>Can you optimize an organism to get 600 cells on this substrate?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--32.75--> <item>消化 Ⅲ Digestion III</item> <item>This challenge is similar to Digestion, but here food is more scarce.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--32.8--> <item>掠食 Predator</item> <item>Can you make a predator reproduce to 50 cells and lower the prey population to 300 cells?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>欺騙 Deception</item> <item>Now we have access to the Secrocyte. This cell can secrete different molecules to its surrounding.\n \nCan you make a parasitic organism live off of these harvesting organisms?</item> <item>The Glueocyte is useful here. Giving your organism some mobility might be helpful.</item> <item></item> <!--33.2--> <item>食物運輸 Food delivery</item> <item>The red predator doesn\'t have any food nearby. Can you deliver it to it?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <!--33.3--> <item>動! Move it!</item> <item>This substrate has high salinity and very low viscosity with huge nutrient chunks. A paradise for smart swimmers. Alas, we cannot use Flagellocytes.\n \nCan you still make an organism thriving in this environment? </item> <item>A technique we call "mitotic propulsion" is useful here.</item> <item></item> <item>滅絕 Extermination</item> <item>Some mine-laying organism is living on this plate. Can you give them a taste of their own medicine and leave the plate clean afterwards?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>歧視 Discrimination</item> <item>On this plate we have two similar species.\nCan you eradicate the red one while keeping the blue one alive? Don\'t leave any of your own cells on the plate when you are done.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>迴避 Ⅰ Avoidance</item> <item>Can you make a species reproduce to 150 cells while keeping the initial cell count low for 100 h? </item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>迴避 Ⅱ Avoidance II</item> <item>Can you make a species reproduce to 200 cells while keeping the initial cell count low for 200 h? Now the initial cells are moving.</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>奈米機械人 Nanobot</item> <item>We have a skin sample from a patient with skin cancer. \nCan you engineer an organism that can remove the cancer cells but keep the rest of the skin intact?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>沙漠 Ⅰ Desert</item> <item>This substrate is all dried up and also has almost no food. Can you get 200 cells?</item> <item></item> <item></item> <item>沙漠 Ⅱ Desert II</item> <item>Same plate but now 600 cells.</item> <item></item> <item></item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_title_1"> <item>Welcome to Cell Lab!</item> <item>Changing Magnification</item> <item>Navigation</item> <item>Micropipette</item> <item>Temperature</item> <item>Incubation</item> <item>Cell tracking</item> <item>DNA extraction</item> <item>DNA extraction</item> <item>Sterilization</item> <item>Congratulations!</item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_text_1"> <item>Two tutorials are provided to make you familiar with our lab equipment. Safety procedures will be taught another day.\n \nThis first tutorial will teach you how to use our microscope.\n \nPlease start by moving to the microscope.</item> <item>Good job!\n \nWhat you see here is a Petri dish we have prepared for you.\n \nTo zoom with this microscope do an inverse pinch with two fingers.\n \nPlease increase the magnification to 300×.</item> <item>Great!\n \nNow move the substrate so that we are looking at the brighter area at the top of the Petri dish where sunlight is visible. Zoom so that this area covers the screen.\n \nSwipe with one finger to move the substrate.</item> <item>I see you have used a microscope before!\n \nThis microscope is equipped with a micromanipulator. One of its uses is to insert cells from our genetics lab on the substrate.\n \nCan you insert one of our recently developed cells in the area with sunlight?\n \nTap where you want to insert the cell.</item> <item>Not too hard!\n \nOur microscope also has a system for controlling the temperature of the substrate. Turn up the temperature to the \"Observe\" setting where the cells live but move slowly.\n \nThe temperature setting is chosen by the selector in the top right.</item> <item>Now you should see the cells multiplying, otherwise insert a couple more in the bright area.\n \nWe want to incubate the substrate for a while so our cells attain an equilibrium.\n \nIncrease the temperature to the \"Incubate\" setting.</item> <item>Now you should have a lot of cells!\n \nThis makes it hard to keep track of them but luckily the microscope has a visual tracker. The tracker overlays a marker on a selected cell and also moves the substrate to keep it in view.\n \nSet temperature to \"Observe\" again and tap on a cell to tell the microscope to track it.</item> <item>Good!\n \nSometimes we bring in cells from nature, or our noses, to study. We can then extract their DNA using the micropipette to study it in the genome editor. Let\'s do that on one of the cells on the substrate right now.\n \nWe put a mutagen in the substrate so some cells should have mutated. Pick an interesting one and tell the tracker to follow it. Freeze the substrate before doing this.</item> <item> Good job. Next step is to go to the genome editor, tap \"GENOME\" and press \"load\".\n \nThere choose \"Load from microscope\" and the micropipette will automatically extract the DNA of the cell in the tracker, sequence it, and send it in digitized form to the genome editor.\n</item> <item> Great! Now we have the genome of the mutated cell in the genome editor.\n \nYour last task is to sterilize the substrate with the built-in autoclave to prepare for the next experiment. This is done using the reset button at the top (a petri dish with an orange arrow).\n \nGood luck and keep your fingers out of the autoclave!</item> <item> You have now completed the microscope training program. Next up is the genome editor training program.\n \nPress the back arrow to exit this first tutorial.</item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_title_2"> <item>Welcome!</item> <item>Overview</item> <item>Cell Modes</item> <item>Initial Mode</item> <item>Property Descriptions</item> <item>Finding Properties</item> <item>Child Modes</item> <item>Grandchild Modes</item> <item>Close the Circle</item> <item>Insert into Microscope</item> <item>Congratulations!</item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_text_2"> <item>This tutorial will guide you through how to use the genome editor.\n \nPlease start by going to the genome editing lab.</item> <item>Good!\n \nWhat you see here is the genome editor. It is divided in two parts: \n\t- The preview window. \n\t- The mode editor\n \nWe will start off by introducing the preview window. It shows you your organism at a certain age.\n \nThe slider right below the preview is used to set at what age you would like to view your organism.\n \nNow set the preview to show your organism at age 2.0 h. </item> <item>Good job!\n \nThat is all we need to know about the preview for now. Now some genetics!\n \nAll cells in the human body have the same DNA, but muscle and brain cells behave very differently. This is referred to as different <i>modes</i> of a cell in our lab.\n \nThe genome editor can handle 40 different modes. Each mode has its own properties.\n \nOne mode is edited at a time in the genome editor and to change what mode is currently being edited we use the selector \"Edit mode\".\n \nNow let\'s edit the mode called M5.</item> <item>Now all properties you see below the selector you just used describe properties of mode M5. You might wonder, what mode are the cells in the preview in?\n \nThey are in mode M1 because M1 is by default the initial mode. What mode is initial just tells the preview what mode to start with.\n \nNow make M5 initial instead by pressing the radio button \"Initial\".</item> <item>Nice work!\n \nThere are a lot of different properties in each mode, more than we can go through in this tutorial. This means you will have to explore them yourself. If you want more information about any setting in the genome editor then just click on the accompanying text with an underline.\n \nNow read the text about the property \"Red color\". You might have to scroll down to see it.</item> <item>Good job!\n \nNow find two more properties and make your mode M5 cells completely red.</item> <item>Very beautiful!\n \nIf you drag the preview time slider back and forth you see your cells dividing. Many settings control how the divisions take place.\n \nTwo important settings are what modes the two daughter cells are in. These settings are labeled \"Child 1: mode\" and \"Child 2: mode\".\n \nSet them so that when a mode M5 cell splits: \n\t- Child 1 is of mode M6 \n\t- Child 2 is of mode M7.</item> <item>Good job!\n \nYou should now see two different cells, one in M6 and one in M7.\n \nIncrease the preview time to 4 h to see what these cells split into.</item> <item>Good job!\n \nYou should now see 4 cells. Two in mode M6 on the left and two in mode M7 on the right. The family tree looks like:\n \n\t\t      5           time: 0.0 h \n\t\t    /  \\ \n\t\t   6    7        time: 2.0 h \n\t\t / \\    / \\ \n\t\t6  6  7  7    time: 4.0 h\n \nNow change the family tree into\n \n\t\t      5 \n\t\t    /  \\ \n\t\t   6    7 \n\t\t / \\    / \\ \n\t\t5  5  5  5\n \nby setting the \"Child 1: mode=M5\" and \"Child 2: mode=M5\" of mode M6 and M7.\n \nTip: Instead of changing the selector \"Edit mode\", you can tap on cells in the preview to change what mode to edit. </item> <item>Good job!\n \nNow your initial M5 cell splits into an M6 and an M7 cell. They will further split into two M5 cells each and the life cycle is complete.\n \nNow place one of these cells in the microscope and see how you get three types of cells, but all with the same genomes.</item> <item>Excellent work!\n \nYou have now finished the genome editor tutorial and you are certified to work in our lab!\n \nGood luck with your research!</item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_title_3"> <item>Welcome to the genetic design tutorial!</item> <item>Setting cell generation 1</item> <item>Setting cell types of generation 1</item> <item>Stop propulsion cell from splitting</item> <item>Close the circle</item> <item>Save your work</item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_text_3"> <item>This tutorial will guide you through how to design a basic swimming and reproducing organism.\n \nFirst go to the genome editor and make sure that mode M1 is of type Phagocyte and makes adhesin when it splits. Then set the preview time to 0.8 h.</item> <item>Nice work!\n \nRemember that you can press the "Make adhesin" text to understand what that property is.\n \nNow you should see two identical cells attached to each other. They are both in mode M1 since the initial cell in mode M1 currently splits into two cells of the same mode.\n \nNow we want to modify this so that the left cell is in mode M2 and the right is in mode M3. \nWe do this by editing mode M1: \nSet "child 1: mode" to M2 \nSet "child 2: mode" to M3</item> <item>Excellent!\n \nNow you should see two cells of different colors. \nWe want the left cell to propel our organism and the right cell to provide it with energy. \nMake sure mode M3 is a Phagocyte. \nThen edit mode M2 and make it a Flagellocyte. </item> <item>Great!\n \nYou now have a swimmer! You can try that it actually swims in the microscope.\n \nIt can not reproduce yet though. We want the Phagocyte in the front to split off a spore that can develop into a new swimmer. \nWe thus do not want the Flagellocyte to ever split so go to mode M2 and set the split mass to max. </item> <item>Great!\n \nNow you can turn up the preview time to 2.0 h. \nWe see a spore splits off from the mode M3 cell. We want this spore to be of the initial mode M1 so the life cycle is closed.\n \nEdit mode M3 and set "Child 2" to be of mode M1. </item> <item>Perfect!\n \nYour swimmer should be done now! You can try it out in the microscope. It is a good idea to save this genome for future use in the challenges. </item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_title_4"> <item>Welcome to the cell signaling tutorial!</item> <item>Program swim force</item> <item>Set dependence</item> <item>Test it!</item> <item>Produce some S1</item> <item>Use preset</item> <item>Oscillating neurocyte</item> <item>Tutorial finished!</item> </string-array> <string-array name="tut_text_4"> <item>In this tutorial we learn the basics of cell signaling.\n \nWe have 4 different cell signaling molecules at our disposal. We call these S1, S2, S3 and S4.\n \nThe behavior of some cells are affected by the concentrations of these within the cell. In Cell Lab we refer to the affected behaviors as <i>programmable</i>. Some types of cells produce these signaling molecules. One of them is the Neurocyte.\n \nLet M1 be a Neurocyte and let it split into a basic two-celled swimmer: \nM1 = Neurocyte, make adhesin \n\t\t\t\t\tchild 1 = M2, child 2 = M3 \nM2 = Flagellocyte \nM3 = Phagocyte </item> <item>Nice work!\n \nThe "Swim force" of the Flagellocytes is a programmable property. Next to the "Swim force"-slider there is now a button with an ellipsis (…) on it. Press this button. </item> <item> You found it :)\n \nHere you can set the swim force to depend on the cell state instead of being a fixed value. In particular, set the input to be signal substance <b>S1</b>.\n \nThere are two types of dependences on the input, a linear function and a step function.\n \nChoose the first equation which is the linear dependence. This only depends on the parameters a and b. Set a=4 and b=0.\n \nNow the swim force will be high when the S1 concentration is high, and low when the S1 concentration is low. </item> <item> Great!\n \nLet us now try out this swimmer by setting the substrate to "Observe" and then placing one of the M1 Neurocytes in it. </item> <item> You should see your initial Neurocyte split into a swimmer, but it shouldn\'t swim at all. This is because the S1 concentration is 0.\n \nWe want our M1 Neurocyte to produce some S1. Neurocytes have four different pathways for producing signal substances. Each can be set to produce any of the four signal substances.\n \nGo to the mode M1 settings and look at the end. You will see a list of output settings. These settings are, just like the swim force, also programmable. For now we use a fixed value. Set the first channel to S1 and increase the first output amount to max.\n \nNow again place the M1 Neurocyte on your substrate. </item> <item> Cool!\n \nYour swimmer should now have been swimming for a short while and then stopped. The reason it stops is because the signal molecules left over from the initial Neurocyte decay. This means the concentration quickly goes to 0 if they aren\'t continuously being produced.\n \nLet us change the head of the swimmer (M3) to a Neurocyte. Then go to the output settings of M3 and press the oscillator preset button. </item> <item> This preset will set the four output pathways in a clever way such that the concentrations of two signal substances will start to oscillate.\n \nIndicate "1 Neurocyte adhesin connection" since your Neurocyte has one connection and set channels to S1 and S2 and set the period to 1 hour. Now put an M1 Neurocyte onto the substrate again and see how the swimmer behaves! </item> <item> You should now see your cell swim and stop, swim and stop, and so on until it dies. Pretty neat! The signal molecules from the Neurocyte diffuse through the adhesin connection to the Flagellocyte. This happens for all cells except for Lipocytes. Lipocytes can therefore be used similarly to how glial cells function in animals.\n \nYou have now finished the tutorial and are ready for some neuroscience! </item> </string-array> </resources>