target cell n.
A red blood cell having a dark center surrounded by a light band that is itself encircled by a darker ring, and occurring in certain anemias and after splenectomy.
A cell selectively affected by a particular agent, such as a virus, drug, or hormone.
noun 1. the date set or aimed at for the commencement, fulfillment, or completion of some effort: The target date for the book is next May.
noun 1. an object, usually marked with concentric circles, to be aimed at in shooting practice or contests. 2. any object used for this purpose. 3. anything fired at. 4. a goal to be reached. 5. an object of abuse, scorn, derision, etc.; butt. 6. Fencing. the portion of a fencer’s body where a touch […]
noun 1. a soldier armed with a sword and buckler.
- Target gland
target gland n. An endocrine gland directly affected by the hormone of another gland.