cell 的 2 个定义
- a small room, as in a convent or prison.
- any of various small compartments or bounded areas forming part of a whole.
- a small group acting as a unit within a larger organization: a local cell of the Communist party.
- to live in a cell: The two prisoners had celled together for three years.
smallest living organism
small room, container
- It also works offline, so it’s handy even if there is no cell service.
- Consequently, we who are dominated by a bacterial ecosystem ten times larger than our own body’s cells also belong to the great continuum of life.
- In theory, that could prompt the formation of not just antibodies but also T cells and specialized forms of immunity in the nasal passage, leading to broader protection.
- The genetic mutation results in sickle-shaped red blood cells.
- These types of cells are also specifically targeted by the coronavirus.
- Joel Osteen wants to talk about muting your cell phone at the dinner table.
- At that point, the Library of Congress can once again decide to prohibit consumers from unlocking their cell phones.
- Earlier this year, security at major airports was tightened because of a tip that al-Asiri had been working on a cell phone bomb.
- At least one of those ubiquitous cell phone cameras began filming.
- In fact, four of 20 cells at Cobalt were found to have bars across the cell to allow this.
- In his condemned cell he composed a beautiful poem of 14 verses (“My last Thought”), which was found by his wife and published.
- Some writers state that each cell contains about one thousand seeds.
- Any epithelial cell may be so granular from degenerative changes that the nucleus is obscured.
- The sediment contains a few hyaline and finely granular casts and an occasional red blood-cell.
- The megaloblast is probably a distinct cell, not merely a larger size of the normoblast.