The cancer cell may invade other parts of the body.
Having eight haploid sets of chromosomes in a body cell .
Locked the criminal up in a cell .
One of the two silicified halves of the cell wall of a diatom.
A nonliving mass,such as a droplet of fat,in the cytoplasm of a cell .
A cell ,such as a leukocyte,having amoeboid form or motion.
Carrying a prophage within the cell .Used of a bacterium.
A precursor cell of a melanocyte or melanophore.
The precursor or stem cell of a plasma cell.
An immature cell of the bone marrow that is the precursor of a myelocyte.
Infection of a cell with purified viral nucleic acid,resulting in subsequent replication of the virus in the cell.
A small branching cell of the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland.
Having the same number of sets of chromosomes as a germ cell or half as many as a somatic cell.
A monoploid cell or organism.
Derived from a single fertilized ovum or embryonic cell mass.Used especially of identical twins.
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Either of two oppositely charged terminals,as in an electric cell or battery.
A solid electric conductor through which an electric current enters or leaves an electrolytic cell or other medium.
electrolytic cell ,for heavy water production
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Either end of the spindle formed in a cell during mitosis.
There is a queen bee in the cell .
When the dry cell batteries are low
A photosensitive device,such as a photoelectric cell .
An algal cell filled with chlorophyll,formed in the thallus of a lichen.
A cell in the xylem of vascular plants.
cell ,photoemissive,vacuum or gas filled
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The cell formed by the union of two gametes,especially a fertilized ovum before cleavage.
A process by which chromosomes replicate without the division of the cell nucleus.
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1.A device containing electrodes immersed in an electrolyte, used for generating current or for electrolysis.
‘An internal short can cause the battery _cells_ to overheat, posing a fire hazard to consumers.’
‘Previous approaches to study the seal resistance of _cells_ and electrodes lacked high spatial resolution.’
2.A mobile phone.
‘It lets you make and receive _cell_ calls over a cordless phone and share that handset with a landline.’
‘However, this time they would be used to test the Gb stack by simulating calls via virtual mobiles, _cells_ and base stations.’
3.A small compartment in a larger structure such as a honeycomb.
‘Then there’s the honeycomb shades, so called because in profile they look like _cells_ of a honeycomb strung together.’
‘The interior of a _cell_ contains structures called organelles that can be compared to the organs in a body.’
4.A small group forming a nucleus of political activity, typically a secret, subversive one.
‘terrorist _cells_ ’
‘The Spanish press prior to 11 March reported major raids by the police against alleged terrorist _cells_ and the seizure of guns and explosives.’
5.A small monastery or nunnery dependent on a larger one.
‘Late in the same century the site became a dependent _cell_ of the Durham Benedictines.’
‘Avebury subsequently attracted a monastic _cell_ , and suffered attempts to destroy its standing stones.’
6.A small room in which a prisoner is locked up or in which a monk or nun sleeps.
‘the authorities locked all remaining inmates in their _cells_ ’
‘The change of status would also mean that Tommy has to be transferred from a detention _cell_ to a prison room, which he has to share with other convicts.’
7.A unit in a device for converting chemical or solar energy into electricity.
‘a button _cell_ for a quartz watch’
‘He suggested that China and California work together on hydrogen automobile fuel and solar energy _cells_ .’
8.An enclosed cavity in an organism.
‘The plaque deposits did not form _cell_ casts or polyhedra and did not penetrate into the _cell_ cavities, but were an external deposit only.’
9.The local area covered by one of the short-range transmitters in a cellular telephone system.
‘In densely populated areas, there are more _cells_ , which cover smaller distances, so it is easier to pinpoint the signal of a handset.’
‘In cities, where mobile _cells_ are quite small, this can locate the car to as close as 100 yards, but in rural areas the _cell_ may be as big as six square miles.’
10.The smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, which is typically microscopic and consists of cytoplasm and a nucleus enclosed in a membrane.
‘The scientists then used test-tube experiments to show the virus could infect T _cells_ under laboratory conditions.’
‘Even mammals have nucleated red blood _cells_ in their bone marrow.’
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