# Table 2 Experimental and compound parameter values

Par Experimental value range (×10−5) Ref Functional effect range Compound value range
$$\alpha =\bar {\alpha }f_{1}f_{7}$$ [0.1,2.6]  [0.66,4] [0.00000066,0.00010]
$$\beta =\bar {\beta }f_{2}f_{7}$$ [1.6,2.6]  [0.685,4] [0.000011,0.000104]
$$\gamma =\bar {\gamma }f_{3}f_{7}$$ [1.6,2.6]  [0.51,4] [0.00000816,0.000104]
$$p_{1}=\bar {p_{1}}f_{5}f_{6}f_{10}$$ [69,120] [7, 29, 37] [0,11.81] [0,0.014]
$$p_{2}=\bar {p_{2}}f_{5}f_{6}f_{10}$$ [45,160] [7, 29, 37] [0,11.81] [0,0.019]
$$d_{1}=\bar {d_{1}}f_{4}f_{9}$$ [10,17]  [0.0050,1.24] [0.00000050,0.00021]
$$d_{2}=\bar {d_{2}}f_{4}f_{9}$$ [7.3,8.2]  [0.0050,1.24] [0.00000036,0.000102]
$$r=\bar {r}f_{8}$$ [0.1,17]  [0.14,3] [0.00000014,0.00051]
1. The functional effect is the product of feedbacks for each parameter, e.g. f α =f 1 f 7. The compound value is the experimental value, denoted by a bar above the parameter, multiplied by the functional effect, e.g. $$\bar {\alpha }f_{\alpha }$$
2. *No measurements available. Closest related measurements were taken. For α, the upper bound for β was used. For r, the upper bound for d 1 was used. In both cases, it is taken that 0.000001 is the lower bound 