vacuole

Membrane-bounded vesicle of eukaryotic cells. Secretory, endocytotic, and phagocytotic vesicles can be termed vacuoles. Botanists tend to confine the term to the large vesicles found in plant cells that provide both storage and space-filling functions.

Vacuole

A cavity in the cytoplasm containing air, liquids, food, waste products etc., a vacuole is not rigid.

vacuole

Membrane-bound fluid-filled space within a cell. In most plant cells, there is a single large vacuole filling most of the cell's volume. Some bacterial cells contain gas vacuoles.
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Vacuole

a sac-like structure within a cell lined by cell membrane, containing material ingested by phagocytosis.
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vacuole

[n] - a tiny cavity filled with fluid in the cytoplasm of a cell
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vacuole

Membrane-bound cavity within a cell.
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Vacuole

Membrane-bound, fluid-filled sac within the cytoplasm of a cell.
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vacuole

<cell biology> Membrane bounded vesicle of eukaryotic cells. Secretory, endocytotic and phagocytotic vesicles can be termed vacuoles. Botanists tend to confine the term to the large vesicles found in plant cells that provide both storage and space filling functions. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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vacuole

noun a tiny cavity filled with fluid in the cytoplasm of a cell
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vacuole

(vakĀ“u-ōl) a space or cavity in the protoplasm of a cell. contractile vacuole a small fluid-filled cavity in the protoplasm of certain unicellular organisms. It gradually increases in size and then collapses; its function is thought to be respiratory and excretory.
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Vacuole

• (n.) A small air cell, or globular space, in the interior of organic cells, either containing air, or a pellucid watery liquid, or some special chemical secretions of the cell protoplasm.
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vacuole

in biology, a space within a cell that is empty of cytoplasm, lined with a membrane, and filled with fluid. Especially in protozoa, vacuoles are ... [8 related articles]
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vacuole

vacuole 1. A membrane-bound compartment or cavity within a cell containing watery fluid or secretion that is found in the cytoplasm of a cell. 2. A minute cavity or vesicle in organic tissue. 3. One of the spaces in cell cytoplasm containing air, water, sap, partially digested food, or other materials.
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vacuole

A large, fluid-filled compartment in the cytoplasm of a plant cell or a smaller vesicle (a compartment that can involve cellular secretion, storage, or nutrient uptake) in the cytoplasm of any eukaryotic cell. The cells of some bacteria contain gas vacuoles. See also contractile vacuole.
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Vacuole

In biology, a vacuole is a fluid-filled, membrane-bound cavity inside a cell. It may be a reservoir for fluids that the cell will secrete to the outside, or may be filled with excretory products or essential nutrients that the cell needs to store. In amoebae, vacuoles are the sites of digestion of engulfed food particles. Plant cells usually have a...
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vacuole

Type: Term Pronunciation: vak′yū-ōl Definitions: 1. A minute space in any tissue. 2. A clear space in the substance of a cell, sometimes degenerative in character, sometimes surrounding an engulfed foreign body and serving as a temporary cell stomach for the digestion of the body.
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vacuole

In biology, a fluid-filled, membrane-bound cavity inside a cell. It may be a reservoir for fluids that the cell will secrete to the outside, or may be filled with excretory products or essential nutrients that the cell needs to store. Plant cells usually have a large central vacuole containin...
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VACUOLE

Small, round to oval space or cavity within a cell.
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vacuole

(vak-yoo;ol) A small space or cavity within the cytoplasm of a cell.
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vacuole

(vak-yoo;ol) A small space or cavity within the cytoplasm of a cell.
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Vacuole

A vacuole is a membrane-bound organelle which is present in all plant and fungal cells and some protist, animal and bacterial cells. Vacuoles are essentially enclosed compartments which are filled with water containing inorganic and organic molecules including enzymes in solution, though in certain cases they may contain solids which have been eng...
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vacuole

fluid-bearing cavity in organic tissue
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