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Culture Models are a conceptual structure that provide a logical arrangement to the principal elements within a culture. A culture model is made up of empty culture cells which mark the potential placement of principal elements within it. Every culture cell has an activity indicator which is the grey plus sign icon in the center of the cell. If the activity indicator appears as grey than the cell is considered to be enactive. If the activity indicator appears as green than the culture cell is considered to be active. Only when a culture cell is active it can be filled with a principal element. There is no limit to how many culture cells a culture model can contain and all culture cells within a culture model must be filled be before a culture can be produced.