Definitions for "CELLS"
The basic building blocks of the body; many cells make up tissue.
the basic structural and functioning units of all living things
Minute protoplasmic masses that make up organized tissue, consisting of a nucleus which is surrounded by protoplasm which contains the various organelles and is enclosed in the cell or plasma membrane. Cells are the fundamental, structural, and functional units of living organisms. (Dorland, 28th ed)
the intersection of a given column and a specific row on a spreadsheet.
Cells are the constituent pieces of a spreadsheet. They can contain discrete pieces or cross-referenced pieces of data as well as formulae and text.
Spreadsheets are divided into cells and each cell has a unique name to help you navigate around. For example, the first cell is called A1 because it occupies the first row of the first column.
(of nest) – Single enclosures (cavities) usually of subspherical shape (Coaton & Sheasby, 1972; Fraser, 1993).
The layout of machines of different types performing different operations in a tight sequence, typically in a U-shape, to permit single piece flow and flexible deployment of human effort.
The chambers within the wing. These chambers fill with air as the wing moves forward through the air. These cells provide the wing with it's aerodynamic shape.
A document certifying that merchandise (such as of Inspection perishable goods) was in good condition immediately prior to its shipment. - The document issued by the U.S. Coast Guard certifying an American flag vessel's compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Fixed size packets that carry your data information over a cell relay network such as ATM. Each cell contains 53 bytes. In comparison, frame packets are variable lengths.
The storage system used in container vessels which allows ship containers to be arranged in a vertical line with each container supporting the one above it.
One of the building blocks of which living things are made. Plants consist of many cells. Some may be specialized for particular jobs.
These are what all living things are made up of. For example our bodies are made up of millions and millions and millions of cells.
The body is made up of many tiny biological units or cells – they are the building blocks of the body. They all carry out special jobs such as making insulin (beta cells), carrying oxygen (red blood cells) or transmitting messages (nerve cells).
the compartments found in a ram-air canopy. The majority of canopies have either 7 or 9 cells, although there are some with 5 and others with 11 or more. The choice of 7 or 9 cells is a tradeoff between the efficiency of having 9 cells, versus the smaller volume occupied by a packed 7 cell canopy.
The conceptual discrete volumes of a fluid that move almost independently of each other. See air masses.
The creatures summoned using Cell Points. These are purchasable from the Shop, and equippable in your inventory. They level up as you win games to become stronger.
Keywords:  hexagonal, honey, comb, components
Hexagonal components of the honey comb
Only one card can be placed in a cell, but any type of card can be played there, regardless of suit, color, or value. These serve as a maneuvering space and are used only in certain variations of Solitaire.
Keywords:  neatly, thread, folded, lots, dna
There are many different types of cells in the body. For example the breast is made up of lots of different types of cells including muscle cells, skin cells and blood cells. Most cells have 46 chromosomes, made of neatly folded thread-like DNA. The genes within the DNA carry information about all of the activities that go on within that cell.
Linking of manual and machine operations into the most efficient combination to maximize value added content while minimizing waste of motion and valuable resources.
Keywords:  poor, sun, match
a poor match for the sun
Keywords:  seed, leaf, coat
leaf seed coat
Keywords:  center
an ON-center cell
Keywords:  sample, variables, defined, part, two
Part of the sample defined by two or more variables.