Deduce limits from datatypes

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Limits can already be defined in the datatype. The limits defined there are available in all variables based on that datatype. The inheritance concept works here as described above: all properties are inherited from the datatype and can be overwritten in each single variable. So a limit also can be deactivated in a single variable. A limit inherited from the datatype cannot be deleted in a single variable (deleting is only possible in the datatype). But further limits can be added in the variable. These variable-specific limits of course can be deleted in the variable.

More information on reaction matrices can be found in the chapter Datatypes.