One per generation
|One per generation|
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|Number of cells||44|
|Discovered by||Nicolay Beluchenko|
|Year of discovery||2005|
One per generation is a 44-cell tubstretcher that grows by exactly 1 cell per generation. It was created by Nicolay Beluchenko in September 2005 based on his tubstretcher modification of crab. It was made one cell smaller by David Bell.
- Jason Summers' jslife pattern collection. Retrieved on May 19, 2009.