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Definition of the adjective acellular
What does acellular mean as an attribute of a noun?
- not made up of or divided into cells
Alternative definition of the adjective acellular
- Not composed of cells; not cellular
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by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter
acellular«. tissue. Bichat argued that cellular tissue had theability to throw out a kind of vegetation, toelongate, and to reproduce itself,and that tumour development dependedon this reproductive activity. Bichat«s histopathologywasrapidly ...
by Jill Bailey
acellular describing tissues, organs, or organisms consisting of a mass of protoplasm not divided by membranes or cell walls into discrete units. The term may be used of relatively large uninucleate organisms, such as the ...
by David S. G. Thomas, Andrew S. Goudie
Acellular organisms mostly lacking chlorophyll: flagellates (some of which do possess chlorophyll), amoebae, foraminifera, sporozoans, ciliates. Some of these form colonies, being incipiently multicelled.
by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson
-carotene, selenium, vitamin C Protein kinase C Reduced Development of Reduced acellular capillaries Perocyte ghosts Reduced Vitamin E + vitamin C 18 months Yes Alloxan rat Not modified Development of Reduced Kowluru et al.
A Dictionary of Biology (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin, Robert Hine
acellular 2. (in animal behaviour) Adjustments made by an animal's nervous or sensory systems in response to continuously changing environmental conditions. acellular Describing tissues or organisms that are not made up of separate cells ...
by Jill Bailey
In flowering plants, for instance, the early stages of endosperm development are often acellular. Other examples include aseptate fungal hyphae and certain green algae, such as Acetabularia. The term is used in preference to unicellular to ...
Mosby's Dental Dictionary (2013)
by Elsevier, Mosby
It is localized primarily at the apical portion of the root but may deposit over the acellular cementum or serve to repair areas of cemental resorption. cementum, ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3E1L1L1U1L1A1R1
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