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 ====== Bifurcation ====== ====== Bifurcation ======
  
-{{ ::​bifurcation_example.jpg?​nolink|}}Bifurcation mode generates nodes on the curves/​bends of the parent branch. In the image to the right, all of the branches attached to the main branch use this generation mode.  So do each of their children. ​ Placing nodes at the natural junctions of the parent branch simulates branches splittingor bifurcation.+{{ ::​bifurcation_example.jpg?​nolink|}}Bifurcation mode generates nodes on the curves/​bends of the parent branch. In the image to the right, all of the branches attached to the main branch use this generation mode.  So do each of their children. ​ Placing nodes at the natural junctions of the parent branch simulates branches splitting ​(or bifurcating).
  
 Use this mode to automatically place nodes in the best places to produce organic structures. ​ This mode is prevalent in large broadleaf models. Use this mode to automatically place nodes in the best places to produce organic structures. ​ This mode is prevalent in large broadleaf models.
  
-Each of this generation mode's properties ​are described below.+Each of this generation mode's properties ​is described below.
  
 == Threshold == == Threshold ==
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 == Spacing == == Spacing ==
-This values ​represents the minimum spacing between child nodes. ​ This feature means not every bend will get a child if it is too close to another bend.+This value represents the minimum spacing between child nodes. ​ This feature means not every bend will get a child if it is too close to another bend.
  
 == Balance == == Balance ==