cell

Two meanings The coverage area of a single radio base station or sector in a mobile communications system. Fixed size packet in a cell relay system such as ATM.

cell

(Life processes and cells) Basic unit of life. Unicellular organisms only have one cell. Multicellular organisms have many cells.

Cell

The living cell includes protoplasm, nucleus and cytoplasm within its walls. An individual biological unit, capable of independent function and able to divide to form two new identical cells.

cell

Smallest unit of living matter able to grow and reproduce independently. Cells contain DNA for storing information, ribosomes for making proteins, and mechanisms for converting energy.

Cell

[Dragon Ball] ==Creation and conception== After Kazuhiko Torishima, Toriyama`s former editor during Dr. Slump and early Dragon Ball, expressed dissatisfaction with first Androids #19 and #20 and later Androids #17 and #18 as villains, Toriyama created Cell. Toriyama has expressed some kind of regret regarding the design of Cell, calling it ...
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Cell

The base structural unit that plants are made of; cells contain a nucleus, that houses it’s DNA.
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Cell

The base structural unit that plants are made of; cells contain a nucleus, that houses it’s DNA.
Found on http://gardeningwithconfidence.com/blog/2013/03/21/garden-glossary/

Cell

The fundamental unit of all organisms; the smallest structural unit capable of independent functioning.
Found on https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/9578-alzheimers-disease-glos

Cell

the unit of plants that makes up tissues. Cells have a cell wall that encloses the protoplasm.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20003

cell

Fundamental structural unit of all life. The cell consists primarily of an outer plasma membrane, which separates it from the environment; the genetic material (DNA), which encodes heritable information for the maintainance of life; and the cytoplasm, a heterogeneous assemblage of ions, molecules, and fluid.
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Cell

Square canopies are made up of pressurized cells, usually seven or nine. Each cell consists of a load bearing rib at each side to which the suspension lines are attached. A third, non load bearing rib runs down the middle of the cell. The cell is pressurized through the open mouth at the front and also through cross ports in the ribs. Adjacent cel...
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cell

[n] - a small unit serving as the nucleus of a larger political movement 2. [n] - any small compartment 3. [n] - small room is which a monk or nun lives 4. [n] - a room where a prisoner is kept 5. [n] - a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction 6. [n] - the basic structural and functi...
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Cell

A small chamber or room, often used of the small detached buildings that are found in Celtic monasteries.
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Cell

A small room or hut for one person.
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Cell

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) The basic unit for ATM switching and multiplexing. Each cell consists of a five byte header and 48 bytes of payload.
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Cell

Centre of the wing
Found on http://www.butterfly-guide.co.uk/help/gloss.htm

Cell

A small structural unit, surrounded by a membrane, making up living things.
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cell

Electrochemical system consisting of an anode and a cathode immersed in an electrolyte. The anode and cathode may be separate metals or dissimilar areas on the same metal. The cell includes the external circuit, which permits the flow of electrons from the anode toward the cathode. See also electrochemical cell.
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cell

An energy source providing an electrical potential difference between its two terminals such that a current* can flow between them. A cell's energy is stored internally as chemicals that react with each other.
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Cell

(cells) The building blocks of the body. Every part of the body is made up of individual cells. Cells are basically very similar. But each type of cell is specially adapted for the part of the body it makes up. For example, the liver is made up of liver cells. Cancer is a disease that starts with one cell becoming cancerous.
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Cell

A small enclosed space - such as a small monastery for a handful of members (see priory cell, or a place of punishment for prisoners.
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Cell

The building block of plants and animals
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cell

The smallest independent part of an organism
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Cell

A closed electrochemical power source. The minimum unit of a battery.
Found on http://www.mpoweruk.com/glossary.htm

Cell

An ATM packet that is 53 bytes in length with a 5 byte header and 48 byte payload.
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