1×N quadratic growth/Snippet

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1×N quadratic growth is a pattern found by Stephen Silver on April 20 2011; it is the first pattern discovered that starts out with the thickness of a single cell and has quadratic growth. It uses the breeder from Nick Gotts' 26-cell quadratic growth.

On November 6, 2014, Chris Cain completed a 14812×1 pattern that exhibits quadratic growth — and on November 10th he reduced this to 7242×1.