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Cell [from latin cella a small room] A small enclosed space; applied to the unit of organic life since the mid-17th century, when robert Hooke, using one of the early microscopes, discovered that cork consisted of many little empty enclosed spaces separated from each other, which he called cells. A century later these cells were found to contain a semi-transparent substance occurring in all vegetable and animal matter, which thereafter was regarded as the basis of organic life and so received the name of protoplasm. the cells is a collective entity containing subordinate symbiotic entities. its structure is divided into two major parts: the central nucleus which contains the genetic material, and the surrounding cytoplasm. Theosophically, human cells sprang originally from the inner human entity, who functions as their oversoul. the earliest human root-races were astral protoplasts that reproduced by division as cells do today. the late second and early third root-races, the "sweat-born," reproduced by throwing off germ cells which then grew into the new entity. because each cell is an individual being or organism with its own inherent characteristics and possibilities, some of these vital cells thrown off by early human beings were used by the entities that evolved into the higher mammals. human cells were not as thoroughly dominated by their parent entity as they are today: "Hence, when any one of the cells forming part of such early human bodies freed itself from the psychical and physical control that then existed, it was enabled to follow, and instinctively did follow, the path of self-expression. but in our days when the psychical and physical dominance of the human incarnated entity over the human cells composing the human body is so strong, and because the cells have largely lost their power to individual self-expression through the biologic habit of subjecting to that overlordship of the human entity, such an individualized career of a cell in self-development is a virtual impossibility. . . . to be continue "Cell2 "

the unit of structure in living matter.

convection in the form of a single updraft, downdraft, or updraft/downdraft couplet, typically seen as a vertical dome or tower as in a cumulus or towering cumulus cloud. A typical thunderstorm consists of several cells (see multi-cellular thunderstorm). the term "cell" also is used to describe the radar echo returned by an individual shower or thunderstorm. such usage, although common, is technically incorrect.

Convection in the form of a single updraft , downdraft , or updraft/downdraft couplet, typically seen as a vertical dome or tower as in a cumulus or towering cumulus cloud. A typical thunderstorm consists of several cells (see multi-cellular thunderstorm ). the term "cell" also is used to describe the radar echo returned by an individual shower or thunderstorm. such usage, although common, is technically incorrect.

see electrochemical cell.

the geographic area served by a single low-power transmitter/receiver. A cellular system's service area is divided into multiple "cells".

defined: the basic unit of any living organism. It is a small, watery, compartment filled with chemicals and a complete copy of the organism's genome. explained: Listen to a detailed explanation . Dr. paul Meltzer , of the national human genome research Institute's laboratory of cancer Genetics, defines cell. illustrated: View illustration related terms: genome , nucleus

Description: the smallest biological unit capable of reproducing. cells can function independently (e.g., unicellular organisms) or can join together to form organs and tissues.Source: specialized encyclopedia and dictionariesDescription: living organisms consist of cells. the nucleus of every cell contains genetic material.Source: specialized encyclopedia and dictionaries Description: the smallest structural unit of living organisms that is able to grow and reproduce independently.Source: specialized encyclopedia and dictionaries

A cell is the smallest self-functioning unit found in living organisms. each cell is enclosed by an outer membrane or wall and contains genetic material (DNA) and other parts to carry out its life functions. some organisms such as bacteria consist of only one cell, but most of the organisms found on the earth are made up of many cells.

A single small cavity surrounded partially or completely by walls.

A compartment or chamber in a battery which contain positive and negative plates suspended in electrolyte . A six-volt battery has three cells, a twelve-volt battery six cells.

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

An area in the membrane of an insect wing that is partly (open cell) or completely (closed cell) surrounded by veins.

radio network object that can be uniquely identified by a user equipment from a (cell) identification that is broadcasted over a geographical area from one UTRAN access Point. A cell is either FDD or TDD mode. cell radio network temporary identifier (C-RNTI): the C-RNTI is a UE identifier allocated by a controlling RNC and it is unique within one cell controlled by the allocating CRNC. C-RNTI can be reallocated when a UE accesses a new cell with the cell update procedure.

1. In cellular mobile, the geographical area covered by the smaller of: a base station, or a subsystem (sector antenna) of that base station corresponding to a specific logical identification on the radio path. Note: mobile stations in a cell may be reached by the corresponding radio equipment of the base station. 2. In communications, a string that contains a header and user information. Note 1: A cell is dedicated to one user for one session. cells for a given system are usually of fixed length and smaller than a frame, such as 424 bits for a cell, compared to 1024 for a frame. Note 2: In asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) systems, a cell consists of 53 bytes, i.e., a 5-byte header field and a 48-byte information field. Note 3: A cell does not have error-correction capability and is therefore suited for low-BER communications systems, such as digital fiber optic systems. 3. In OSI, a fixed-length block labeled at the Physical Layer of the Open systems Interconnection--Reference Model (OSI--RM). 4. In computer systems, an addressable, internal hardware location. 5. In computer applications, a single location on a spreadsheet.

smallest component of a living organism (except for viruses, which do not have cells). some organisms, like algae and bacteria, consist of a single cell, which contains all of their functions and processes. more complex organisms (such as humans), consist of large numbers of specialized cells (blood cells, heart cells, muscle cells, etc.) which combine to form the larger organism. A typical cell consists of a cell membrane or cell wall which contains the cells structures, a cytoplasm ( jelly-like substance which fills the cell), a nucleus (a central structure within the cell which contains genetic material), and a number of smaller components which are responsible for disposing of waste and generating energy, and producing materials necessary for the operation of the cell

the individual unit that makes up the tissues of the body. all living things are made up of one or more cells.  

Small, watery, membrane-bound compartment filled with chemicals; the basic subunit of any living thing.

the smallest structural unit of an organism that is capable of independent functioning. A cell consists of a nuclei, cytoplasm, various organelles, and inanimate matter, all surrounded by a semipermeable plasma membrane.

basic subunit of every living organism; the simplest unit that can exist as an independent living system.

Context: Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia

the basic structural and functional unit in people and all living things. each cell is a small container of chemicals and water wrapped in a membrane.

the smallest unit of living matter. the human body is made up of about 10 trillion cells.

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(v. t.)

To place or inclose in a cell.  

(n.)

The space between the ribs of a vaulted roof.  

(n.)

Same as Cella.  

(n.)

One of the minute elementary structures, of which the greater part of the various tissues and organs of animals and plants are composed.  

(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.)

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 fluid of a battery.  

Noun1. any small compartment; "the cells of a honeycomb" (hypernym) compartment2. (biology) the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms; cells may exist as independent units of life (as in monads) or may form colonies or tissues as in higher plants and animals (hypernym) living thing, animate thing (hyponym) blastomere (part-holonym) organism, being (part-meronym) cell wall, cell membrane, cytomembrane, plasma membrane (classification) biology, biological science (class) totipotent3. a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction (synonym) electric cell (hypernym) electrical device (hyponym) electrolytic cell4. a small unit serving as part of or as the nucleus of a larger political movement (synonym) cadre (hypernym) political unit (hyponym) sleeper cell (member-holonym) political movement5. a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections (cells), each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver (synonym) cellular telephone, cellular phone, cellphone, mobile phone (hypernym) radiotelephone, radiophone, wireless telephone6. small room is which a monk or nun lives (synonym) cubicle (hypernym) room (part-holonym) monastery7. a room where a prisoner is kept (synonym) jail cell, prison cell (hypernym) room (hyponym) bullpen, detention cell, detention centre (part-holonym) cellblock, ward

Cell = n. cell; seclusion; grove

Cafall = n. a cell, a chancel

Melgorn = n. cell of a honeycomb

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 ATM's term for a packet.(1996-08-21)

In a cube, the set of properties, including a value, specified by the intersection when one member is selected from each dimension.

A unit of transmission in ATM. A fixed-size frame consisting of a 5-octet header and a 48-octet payload.

the on board storage space for one shipping container on a ship

A subordinate organization formed around a specific process, capability, or activity within a designated larger organization of a joint force commander’s headquarters. A cell usually is part of both a functional and traditional staff structures. (JP 3-33)  

A cell is a single unit or compartment, enclosed by a border, wall or membrane. As a term, cell has become general-purpose metaphor for building blocks which serve to compose larger structures.

Cell is a microprocessor architecture jointly developed by a Sony, Toshiba, and IBM, an alliance known as "STI." the architectural design and first implementation were carried out at the STI design center in Austin, Texas over a four-year period beginning march 2001 on a budget reported by ibm as approaching US$400 million. cell is shorthand for Cell broadband engine Architecture, commonly abbreviated CBEA in full or Cell BE in part. cell 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.

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Brightpoint, Inc.

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Distributes variety of vehicle-mounted, transportable and hand-held portable cellular telephones and accessories; and provides value-added logistic such as inventory management, fulfillment, packaging and programming.

cell Genesys, Inc.

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Develops human therapeutic health care products, including cell transplant products, therapeutic protein products and human monoclonal antibody products.

cell Pathways, Inc.

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Develops and commercializes products to prevent and treat cancer. .

cell robotics intl INC

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cell Therapeutics, Inc.

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Discovers, develops and markets small molecule drugs based on proprietary technology for treatment of cancer, and inflammatory and immune diseases.

the smallest component of life capable of independent reproduction and from which dna is isolated for forensic analysis.  

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(Biology) the basic building block of all living matter. the cell of a living organism contains a high percentage of water.

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