cell

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

cell

A tiny area within the memory array that actually stores the bit in the form of an electrical charge.
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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

The central area surrounded by veins. It can be closed by veins or open.
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cell

(1) basic (microscopic) unit of plant structure, generally consisting of compartments in a viscous fluid surrounded by a wall; (2) cavity of an anther or ovary.
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Cell

(Battery) An electrochemical device composed of positive and negative plates, separator, and electrolyte which is capable of storing electrical energy.
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cell

(biology) the structural and functional unit of all known living organisms and is the smallest unit of an organism that is classified as living
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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

(from the article `telephone and telephone system`) The geographic area served by a cellular radio system is broken up into smaller geographic areas, or cells. Uniform hexagons most frequently are ...
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cell

(L: cella store room) the smallest structural and functional unit of a living organisms, consisting of cytoplasm and a nucleus, enclosed in a membrane.
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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

(Photovoltaic) See "Photovoltaic Cell".
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cell

(sel) a small more or less enclosed space. the basic structural unit of living organisms. All living cells arise from other cells, either by division of one cell to make two, as in mitosis and meiosis, or by fusion of two cells to make one, as in the union of the spermatozoon and the oocyte to make the zygote in...
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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

• (n.) Any small cavity, or hollow place. • (n.) A very small and close apartment, as in a prison or in a monastery or convent; the hut of a hermit. • (n.) Same as Cella. • (n.) A small religious house attached to a monastery or convent. • (n.) A jar of vessel, or a division of a compound vessel, for holding the exciting fl...
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cell

<cell biology> An autonomous self replicating unit (in principle) that may constitute an organism (in the case of unicellular organisms) or be a sub unit of multicellular organisms in which individual cells may be more or less specialised differentiated) for particular functions. ... The individual units from which tissues of the body are for...
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cell

prison cell noun a room where a prisoner is kept
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cell

electric cell noun a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction
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cell

(computing) In computing, a single reference area on a spreadsheet grid. It contains information, a label, or a formula. Each cell reference is unique and is determined according to its position in the spreadsheet grid, using letters to find the column and numbers to find the row. For example,...
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Cell

[biology] The cell (from Latin cella, meaning `small room`) is the basic structural, functional and biological unit of all known living organisms. Cells are the smallest unit of life that can replicate independently, and are often called the `building blocks of life`. The study of cells is called cell biology. Cells consist of a protoplasm ...
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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

[EDA] A cell in the context of electronic design automation (EDA) is an abstract representation of a component within a schematic diagram or physical layout of an electronic circuit in software. A cell-based design methodology is a technique that enables designers to analyze chip designs at varying levels of abstraction. For example, one de...
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Cell

[journal] Cell is a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing research papers across a broad range of disciplines within the life sciences. Areas covered include molecular biology, cell biology, systems biology, stem cells, developmental biology, genetics and genomics, proteomics, cancer research, immunology, neuroscience, structural biol...
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Cell

[microprocessor] Cell is a multi-core microprocessor microarchitecture that combines a general-purpose Power Architecture core of modest performance with streamlined coprocessing elements which greatly accelerate multimedia and vector processing applications, as well as many other forms of dedicated computation. It was developed by Sony, So...
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Cell

[music] The 1957 Encyclopédie Larousse defines a cell in music as a `small rhythmic and melodic design that can be isolated, or can make up one part of a thematic context.` The cell may be distinguished from the figure or motif: the 1958 Encyclopédie Fasquelle defines a cell as, `the smallest indivisible unit,` unlike the motif, which may...
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