pertaining to or characterized by cellules or cells, especially minute compartments or cavities.
of or relating to cellular phones.
of, relating to, resembling, or composed of a cell or cells
having cells or small cavities; porous
divided into a network of cells
(textiles) woven with an open texture: a cellular blanket
designed for or involving cellular radio
1753, with reference to cellular tissue, from Modern Latin cellularis “of little cells,” from cellula “little cell,” diminutive of cella (see cell). Of mobile phone systems (in which the area served is divided into “cells” of a few square miles served by transmitters), 1977. Related: Cellularity.
cellular cel·lu·lar (sěl’yə-lər)
Of, relating to, or resembling a cell.
Consisting of, composed of, or containing a cell or cells.
The basic unit of living matter in all organisms, consisting of protoplasm enclosed within a cell membrane. All cells except bacterial cells have a distinct nucleus that contains the cell’s DNA as well as other structures (called organelles) that include mitochondria, the endoplasmic reticulum, and vacuoles. The main source of energy for all of a cell’s biological processes is ATP. See more at eukaryote, prokaryote.
Any of various devices, or units within such devices, that are capable of converting some form of energy into electricity. Cells contain two electrodes and an electrolyte. See more at electrolytic cell, solar cell, voltaic cell.
language, cellular automaton
A system for cellular automaton programming by J Dana Eckart email@example.com. Cellular includes a byte-code compiler, run-time system, and a viewer.
Latest version: 2.0, as of 1993-04-03.
Posted to comp.sources.unix, volume 26.
See also Cellang.
- Cellular automata
- Cellular automaton
algorithm, parallel (CA, plural “- automata”) A regular spatial lattice of “cells”, each of which can have any one of a finite number of states. The state of all cells in the lattice are updated simultaneously and the state of the entire lattice advances in discrete time steps. The state of each cell in the […]
- Cellular biology
cellular biology n. The study of the molecular or chemical interactions of biological phenomena.
- Cellular differentiation
The process by which a cell becomes specialized in order to perform a specific function, as in the case of a liver cell, a blood cell, or a neuron. There are more than 250 general types of cells in the human body. Differentiation is the process that takes place inside an embryo that determines which […]