Supplementary Information from A dynamically diluted alignment model reveals the impact of cell turnover on the plasticity of tissue polarity patterns

Supplementary Information to Hoffmann, Voss-Böhme, Rink and Brusch 2017: “A Dynamically Diluted Alignment Model Reveals the Impact of Cell Turnover on the Plasticity of Tissue Polarity Patterns” with detailed derivations of equations that are used in the main text, a table summarising all variable names and notations and additional results in 7 supplementary figures: Fig.S1, Lattice size effects. Fig.S2, Effects of de-novo polarisation rate beta on the time of minimal order. Fig.S3, Statistical robustness of time of minimal order. Fig.S4, Bistability of mean-field ODE system for very high neighbour coupling strength. Fig.S5, Time of minimal order for vanishing neighbour coupling strength. Fig.S6, Time of minimal order collapses to linear function of the effective neighbour coupling strength. Fig.S7, Effects of coupling strength to global signal epsilon_s on the time of minimal order.