cells

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Englisch - Türkisch
hücreler

İnsanlar yaşlanırken, beyin hücreleri daha az verimli olur. - As people get older, their brain cells become less efficient.

İnsan vücudu sadece küçük hücrelerden oluşur. - The human body is only made up of tiny cells.

cell
hücre

O bir hücreye konuldu. - He was put in a cell.

İnsanlar yaşlanırken, beyin hücreleri daha az verimli olur. - As people get older, their brain cells become less efficient.

cells are protected
(Bilgisayar) korumalı hücreler
cells found
(Bilgisayar) hücre bulundu
cells in use
(Bilgisayar) kullanılan hücreler
cells/rows/columns
(Bilgisayar) hücre/satır/sütun
cell
pil

Umarım benim cep telefonu pili ölmeyecek. - With any luck, my cellphone battery won't die.

Senin cep telefonunu ödünç alabilir miyim? Benimkinin pili bitmiş. - Could I borrow your cell? Mine ran out of energy.

cell
{i} küçük oda
cell
(Tıp) Hücre, göze, göz kapalı boşluk, odacık, cellula
cell
toplumdan kaçan kimsenin kapandığı evi
cell
göze
cell
göz
cell
cisimcik
cell
petek gözü
blood cells
(Tıp) kan hücreleri
cancer cells
kanser hücreleri
cell
(Kimya) gözcük
cell
(İnşaat) kafes
cell
(Tıp) birim

Sinir hücresinin sinir dokusu için temel birim olduğunu belirlemek neden bu kadar zor? - Why is it so difficult to establish that the nervous cell is the basic unit for the nervous tissue?

cell
(Kanun) hapishane hücresi
cell
oda
cell
(Otomotiv) batarya elemanı
cell
oda manastır vb
cell
(Elektrik, Elektronik) odacık
cell
(Tıp) küvet
cell
cep

Cep telefonunu kapatmalısın. - You should turn off your cell phone.

Senin cep telefonun var mı? - Do you have a cellphone?

changing cells
(Bilgisayar) değişenler
changing cells
(Bilgisayar) değişen hücreler
delete cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri sil
delete cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre sil
divide cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri böl
filling cells
(Bilgisayar) doldurulan hücreler
filling cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreler dolduruluyor
foam cells
(Tıp) köpük hücreleri
format cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri biçimlendir
format cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre biçimlendir
format cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri biçimle
link cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri bağla
living cells
canlı hücreler
lymphoid cells
(Tıp) lenfoid hücreler
merge cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre birleştir
nerve cells
(Tıp) sinir hücreleri
paste cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre yapıştır
reproductive cells
(Biyoloji) üreme hücreleri
result cells
(Bilgisayar) sonuç hücreler
result cells
(Bilgisayar) sonuç hücreleri
shift cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri kaydır
split cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre böl
split cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre bölme
stem cells
(Tıp) kök hücreleri
stem cells
(Biyoloji,Tıp) kök hücreler
stems cells
(Biyoloji) kök hücreler
cell
{i} oda (manastır vb)
red blood cells
alyuvarlar
any of the cells of the neuroglia
herhangi nöroglia ve hücre
blood cells reproducing
kan yaptırıcı
cancer involving white blood cells
kanserli beyaz kan hücreleri içeren
consisting of cells of diverse form
çeşitli form hücrelerinden oluşan
fuel cells
yakıt hücreleri
germ cells
germ hücreleri
pacemaker cells
kalbin doğal uyarı kaynağı
pus cells
irin hücreleri
recruitable cells
yeniden gelişebilen
white blood cells
beyaz kan hücreleri
L.E.cells
(Tıp) Lupus eryhematosus'lu hastaların kemik iliği prearatlarında görülen özel hücre tipi
alert before overwriting cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre üzerine yazmadan uyar
anterior horn cells
(Biyoloji) ön boynuz hücreleri
canopy cells
(Havacılık) kanopi hücreleri
cell
{i} elek. pil
cell
cell hapishanede birçok hücreden meydana gelen bölüm
cell
göze, hücre hücre
cell
(Askeri) HÜCRE: Gizli veya yıkıcı amaçlarla birlikte çalışan küçük bir bireyler grubu
cell
(spreadsheet) göz
cell
{i} ünite
cell
dry cell kurupadded cell çok azgın deliler için duvarları pamukla kaplanmış hücre
cell
cell wall hücre çeperi
cell
pil/gizli
circulation cells
(Meteoroloji) dönüş hücreleri
copied cells
(Bilgisayar) kopyalanan hücreler
copied cells
(Bilgisayar) kopyalanan hücreleri
copper rougher cells
bakır rougher hücreleri
copy cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri kopyala
empty cells plotted as
(Bilgisayar) boş hücrelerin çizim şekli
essential cells
(Tıp) esas hücreler
germ cells
(Nükleer Bilimler) üreme hücreleri
immunocompetent cells
(Tıp) immunokompetan hücreler
inducer t cells
(Tıp) indüser t hücreleri
initial cells
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) ilk hücreler
merge cells
hücreleri birleştir
mother cells
(Tıp) ana hücreler
old cells
(Biyokimya) eski gözeler
old cells
(Biyokimya) yaşlı gözeler
overwrite cells
(Bilgisayar) hücrelerin üzerine yaz
range of cells
hücre erimi
refers to cells
(Bilgisayar) hücrelere başvurur
select cells
(Bilgisayar) hücreleri seç
selected cells
(Bilgisayar) seçili hücreler
seminal cells
(Anatomi) henle hücreleri
shift cells
Hücreleri kaydır / ötele
shift cells down
Hücreleri Alta Kaydır
shift cells left
Hücreleri Sola Kaydır
shift cells right
Hücreleri Sağa Kaydır
shift cells up
Hücreleri Üste Kaydır
somatic cells
(Nükleer Bilimler) beden hücreleri
split cells
hücreleri böl
tumor cells
(Tıp) tümör hücreleri
unlock cells
(Bilgisayar) hücrelerin kilidini kaldır
visible cells only
(Bilgisayar) yalnızca görünür hücreler
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von cells im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

CELL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Celil, büyük, ulu
CELL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Gemi yelkeni.* Yaşlı olmak
CELL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C.: Cülûl) Yerden birşey toplamak
CELL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kadr ve mertebesi büyük olmak
Englisch - Englisch
the basic structural units of life
cells are packets of 53 bits (48 of which are data bits and 5 are control bits) sent across an ATM network
The tiny units from which all living things are built up Most cells have some common features (including a nucleus that is the cell's control centre and an outer membrane or skin that gives the cell its shape) Cells in different parts of the body look different from each other and perform different functions (for example, skin cells are very different from blood cells)
the intersection of a given column and a specific row on a spreadsheet
plural of cell
Tiny building blocks that together make up all the tissues and organs in our bodies
Similar to packets, they contain control and addressing information The major difference is that all cells are the same length for ATM it is 53 bytes Fixed-length cells have a constant delay when transmitting network devices, making it easier to prioritize traffic
(GIS/Remote Sensing) The rectangular (usually square) individual units within a raster grid used to display or analyze geographic features They are also called pixels (i e , picture elements)
the single units that are used to build up living things
The placement of different types of machines that perform different operations in a tight sequence Cells can be many shapes but commonly are U-shaped as this easily allows for single-piece flow and flexible deployment of human resources
Tables are made up of rows and columns of cells Each cell is defined by a combination of the row and column of a heading
Area at the intersection of a row and column
The construction system employed in container vessels; permits below ship containers to be stowed in a vertical line with each container supporting the one above it
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
white blood cells, generally in the anterior chamber The amount of white blood cells is the measure of uveitis activity and is scaled from 1 to 4, depending on the severity (1 being the least severe and 4 being the most severe)
Compartments running from front to back and arranged side bu side inside the structure of a RAM-Air canopy Modern canopies often have between 7 or 9 cells Very high performance canopies may have 27 or 29
The extremely small, basic unit of living matter of which all plants and animals are made
The chambers in a ram-air parachute, made up of two halves They are delimited by two load bearing ribs and are split in two by the non-load-bearing rib in between Most Skydiving Canopies have either 9 or 7 Cells, but they may have as few as 5 or many more than 9 and a Cell may be split into more than 2 parts A 9 Cell Canopy is generally a more efficient wing than a 7 Cell because it has more ribs and can be a better airfoil, however because they have more ribs and therefore more fabric they do not pack as small
Formal, non-standing, functionally-oriented organizations that meet on a regular basis to provide input to boards and centers
B cells
plural form of B cell
Bunsen cells
plural form of Bunsen cell
Leclanché cells
plural form of Leclanché cell
Purkinje cells
plural form of Purkinje cell
Reed-Sternberg cells
plural form of Reed-Sternberg cell
Sertoli cells
plural form of Sertoli cell
T cells
plural form of T cell
air cells
plural form of air cell
blood cells
plural form of blood cell
brain cells
plural form of brain cell
cell
A cavity in a structure such as a honeycomb or ovary

The bee filled the cell with honey.

cell
A short, fixed-length packet as in asynchronous transfer mode

Virtual Channel number 5 received 170 cells.

cell
A small group of people forming part of a larger organization

Besides being the smallest possible unit of mutant rat karate master, Splinter Cell is a series of stealth games under the Tom Clancy label, although one suspects that Tom Clancy himself had as much to do with the development of Splinter Cell: Conviction as Tom Clancy’s goldfish.

cell
A region of radio reception that is a part of a larger radio network

I get good reception in my home because it is near a cell tower.

cell
A component of an electrical battery

This MP3 player runs on 2 AAA cells.

cell
A room in a monastery accommodating one person

Gregor Mendel must have spent a good amount of time outside of his cell.

cell
The basic unit of a living organism, surrounded by a cell membrane

There is a virtual zoo of single cell organisms living in your mouth.

cell
The minimal unit of a cellular automaton that can change state and has an associated behavior

The upper right cell always starts with the color green.

cell
A three-dimensional facet of a polytope
cell
A cellular phone
cone cells
plural form of cone cell
convection cells
plural form of convection cell
cytotoxic T cells
plural form of cytotoxic T cell
dendritic cells
plural form of dendritic cell
follicular dendritic cells
plural form of follicular dendritic cell
fuel cells
plural form of fuel cell
glial cells
plural form of glial cell
hematopoietic cells
plural form of hematopoietic cell
holding cells
plural form of holding cell
killer T cells
plural form of killer T cell
macroglial cells
plural form of macroglial cell
mast cells
plural form of mast cell
nerve cells
plural form of nerve cell
pavement cells
plural form of pavement cell
photovoltaic cells
plural form of photovoltaic cell
prison cells
plural form of prison cell
red blood cells
plural form of red blood cell
rod cells
plural form of rod cell
solar cells
plural form of solar cell
somatic cells
plural form of somatic cell
sperm cells
plural form of sperm cell
stem cells
plural form of stem cell
unit cells
plural form of unit cell
vegetative cells
plural form of vegetative cell
voltaic cells
plural form of voltaic cell
white blood cells
plural form of white blood cell
white cells
plural form of white cell
cell
{n} a small close room, cave, hut, hole, partition in plants, bag of fluids in animals
myoepithelial cells
(Biyoloji) Myoepithelial cells cells (sometimes referred to as Myoepithelium) are cells usually found in glandular epithelium as a thin layer above the basement membrane but generally beneath the luminal cells
somatic cells
(Biyoloji) Cells that are not in the germline are called somatic cells. For example, all cells of the mammalian liver are somatic. If there is a mutation or other genetic change in the germline, it can be passed to offspring, but a change in a somatic cell will not be
Merkel's cells
{i} touch cells, large oval cells found in the skin and in some sections of all vertebrates and are associated with the sense of touch (named after Friedrich Sigmund Merkel)
cell
{i} corpuscle
cell
Basic unit of life, the smallest living structure that is able to function independently The human body is composed of trillions of cells; bacteria are a single cell
cell
Smallest unit of life (single cell organism or bacteria) or unit of higher organisms, i e , multicellular organisms Cells are surrounded by a cell membrane (and cell wall in bacteria and plants = a membrane plus some chemically more stable structures, often mixtures of proteins and polysaccharides) and contain all necessary elements to sustain life; proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, minerals, and a diverse class of metabolites Cells of higher organisms (known as eukaryotes) are subdivided into subcellular compartments called organelles such as the mitochondrion, the cell nucleus, the endoplasmatic reticulum, the Golgi apparatus and many smaller organelles with highly specialized functions While all these organelles are found in animal cells, plant cells in addition contain a central vacuole that controls pressure to stabilize the cell and chloroplasts, the site of photosynthesis or light depended biosynthesis of sugars (carbohydrates)
cell
a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction
cell
A very small and close apartment, as in a prison or in a monastery or convent; the hut of a hermit
cell
The basic unit of life Within the cell is a nucleus and cytoplasm The cytoplasm contains organelles that carry out the cell's functions The nucleus contains the genetic material, DNA The cell membrane which surrounds the cell has receptors on its surface which have unique functions and identifying properties
cell
The smallest structural unit of living organisms that is able to grow and reproduce independently basic unit of any living organism It is a small, watery compartment filled with chemicals and a complete copy of the organism's genome (CNN/BIO)
cell
The fundamental unit of all living things Some organisms are formed only of one cell, such as bacteria and protozoa Most plants and animals are formed from several million cells of various types, each specializing in a particular function
cell
The basic unit of any living organism that carries on the biochemical processes of life See also: genome, nucleus
cell
The geographic area encompassing the signal range from one base station (a site containing a radio transmitter/receiver and network communication equipment) Wireless transmission networks are comprised of many hexagonal, overlapping cell sites to efficiently use radio spectrum for wireless transmissions Also, the basis for the term "cellular phone " Back to the top
cell
In spreadsheets, the intersection of a row and a column
cell
The basic subunit of any living organism; the simplest unit that can exist as an independent living system 2
cell
A cell is the smallest self-functioning unit found in living organisms Each cell is enclosed by an outer membrane or wall and contains genetic material (DNA) and other parts to carry out its life functions Some organisms such as bacteria consist of only one cell, but most of the organisms found on the Earth are made up of many cells
cell
The basic geographical unit of a cellular communications system Service coverage of a given area is based on an interlocking network of cells, each with a radio base station (transmitter/receiver) at its center The size of each cell is determined by the terrain and forecasted number of users
cell
Fundamental structural unit of all life The cell consists primarily of an outer plasma membrane, which separates it from the environment; the genetic material (DNA), which encodes heritable information for the maintainance of life; and the cytoplasm, a heterogeneous assemblage of ions, molecules, and fluid
cell
The smallest structural unit of living organisms that is able to grow and reproduce independently
cell
A small religious house attached to a monastery or convent
cell
A room in a prison for containing inmates
cell
(biology) the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms; cells may exist as independent units of life (as in monads) or may form colonies or tissues as in higher plants and animals a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction a room where a prisoner is kept small room is which a monk or nun lives any small compartment; "the cells of a honeycomb"
cell
n Trad (of an object) a conceptual slot of that object The dynamic variable and global function bindings of a symbol are sometimes referred to as its value cell and function cell, respectively
cell
An cavity in a structure such as a honeycomb or ovary
cell
The basic geographic unit of a cellular system Also, the basis for the generic industry term "cellular " A city or county is divided into smaller "cells," each of which is equipped with a low-powered radio transmitter/receiver The cells can vary in size depending upon terrain, capacity demands, etc By controlling the transmission power, the radio frequencies assigned to one cell can be limited to the boundaries of that cell When a wireless phone moves from one cell toward another, a computer at the Mobile Telephone Switching Office (MTSO) monitors the movement and at the proper time, transfers or hands off the phone call to the new cell and another radio frequency The handoff is performed so quickly that it's not noticeable to the callers (Back to top )
cell
a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections (cells), each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver
cell
(elec) A device that generates electricity, traditionally consisting of two plates or conducting surfaces placed in an electrolytic FLUID The basic unit of a photovoltaic system F - element S - celula
cell
The basic subunit of any living organism; the simplest unit that can exist as an independent living system There are many different types of cells in people, each with specific characteristics The lung has more than 25 different types of cells chromosomes The structures of a cell which contain the genes, or hereditary factors, and are constant in numbers in each species
cell
A room in a monastery for sleeping one person
cell
The space between the ribs of a vaulted roof
cell
A small thunderstorm, caused by convection, that forms ahead of a storm front
cell
The RF coverage area in the cellular system resulting from operation of a single multiple-channel set of base station frequencies Cell can also refer to the base site equipment servicing this area A city or county is divided into smaller "cells", each of which is equipped with a low-powered radio transmitter/receiver The cells can vary in size depending upon terrain, capacity demands, etc By controlling the transmission power, the radio frequencies assigned to one cell can be limited to the boundaries of that cell
cell
To place or inclose in a cell
cell
One of the minute elementary structures, of which the greater part of the various tissues and organs of animals and plants are composed
cell
Small, watery, membrane-bound compartment filled with chemicals; the basic subunit of any living thing
cell
The smallest biological unit of specialized function capable of self-replication A cell consists of an outer membrane, which encases the fluid of the cell, and the nucleus, a specialized compartment containing DNA
cell
(Ticaret) A manufacturing layout that arranges workstations performing the different functions required to produce a product or subassembly in the same, often U-shaped area, rather that arranging machines by similar functions. Operators are usually trained to perform and complete all cell manufacturing functions
cell
A cell is the smallest part of an animal or plant that is able to function independently. Every animal or plant is made up of millions of cells. Those cells divide and give many other different types of cells. blood cells Soap destroys the cell walls of bacteria
cell
Same as Cella
cell
small room is which a monk or nun lives
cell
{f} live in a prison cell; share a jail cell; store in a honeycomb
cell
The smallest structural unit of all living organisms that ran survive independently
cell
Basic geographic unit of a cellular telephone system A large territory is divided into smaller areas or cells, each equipped with a low-powered radio transmitter/receiver Size of a cell is determined by terrain, transmission power and anticipated customer load As a wireless telephone moves from one cell into another, a computer at a Mobile Telephone Switching Office transfers the phone call to a new cell and radio frequency
cell
A jar of vessel, or a division of a compound vessel, for holding the exciting fluid of a battery
cell
the title of a scientific journal published by Elsevier
cell
A cell is a small room in which a prisoner is locked. A cell is also a small room in which a monk or nun lives
cell
a room where a prisoner is kept
cell
any small compartment; "the cells of a honeycomb"
cell
The basic geographic unit of a cellular system and the basis for the generic industry term "cellular " A city is divided into small "cells", each of which is equipped with a low-powered radio transmitter/receiver or base station The cells can vary in size depending on terrain and capacity demands By controlling the transmission power and the radio frequencies assigned from one cell to another, a computer at the MTSO monitors the movement and transfers or hands off the phone call to another cell and another radio frequency as needed
cell
You can refer to a small group of people within a larger organization as a cell. In biology, the basic unit of which all living things are composed; the smallest structural unit of living matter that is able to function independently. A single cell can be a complete organism in itself, as in bacteria and protozoans. Groups of specialized cells are organized into tissues and organs in multicellular organisms such as higher plants and animals. There are two distinct types of cells: prokaryotic cells, found only in bacteria (including blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria), and eukaryotic cells, composing all other life-forms. Though the structures of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ (see prokaryote, eukaryote), their molecular compositions and activities are very similar. The chief molecules in cells are nucleic acids, proteins, and polysaccharides. A cell is bounded by a membrane that enables it to exchange certain materials with its surroundings. In plant cells, a rigid cell wall encloses this membrane. programmed cell death red blood cell white blood cell nerve cell photoelectric cell B cell fuel cell renal cell carcinoma sickle cell anemia solar cell T cell
cell
Any small cavity, or hollow place
cell
a small unit serving as part of or as the nucleus of a larger political movement
cell
{i} loculus, smallest unit of life (Biology, Anatomy); small room; small room in prison, jail cell; smal room in a convent; battery, electric storage cell; small group of people that is part of a larger organization who work together; smallest organizational unit of a movement; single unit that transforms radiant energy into electric energy
dendritic cells
cells which circulate in the bloodstream and identify antigens in order to activate the specific killer T cells for that antigen (Immunology)
fuel cells
function in a manner similar to a battery in that both use an electrochemical conversion process Fuel cells typically take in hydrogen and oxygen (from air) and convert them into electricity and heat The waste product is water Some predict fuel cells will be the basis of a large industry in this century, although there are substantial obstacles to overcome Hydrogen is difficult to store and distribute, and installing hydrogen pumps in every gas station will be a very expensive undertaking Natural gas, propane and methanol, all of which can be converted into hydrogen, may be candidate fuels as well
fuel cells
One or more cells capable of generating an electrical current by converting the chemical energy of a fuel directly into electrical energy Fuel cells differ from conventional electrical cells in that the active materials such as fuel and oxygen are not contained within the cell but are supplied from outside
fuel cells
Mechanical devices that use hydrogen or hydrogen-containing fuel such as methane to produce an electric current Fuel cells are clean, quiet and highly efficient sources of electricity
fuel cells
convert hydrogen (H2) or H2-containing gases in electricity (and heat) using an electrochemical process which oxidizes H2 with O2 from the air ("cold combustion") This conversion yields low noise and low emissions, and relatively high electric efficiencies(40-60%), but needs the pre-processing of the fuel (e g natural gas) which causes losses Currently, phosphoric acid FC, molten carbonate FC and solid oxide FC are developed for stationary applications, while PEM-FC are developed especially for mobile applications (cars)
fuel cells
Voltaic cells in which the reactants (usually gases) are supplied continuously
mast cells
cells, which synthesize and store histamines, found in most body tissues, particularly just below the epithelial surfaces, serous cavities and around blood vessels In an allergic response, an allergen stimulates the release of antibodies, which attach themselves to mast cells
mast cells
cells that play an important role in the body's allergic response Mast cells are present in most body tissues, but are particularly numerous in connective tissue, such as the dermis (innermost layer) of skin In an allergic response, an allergen stimulates the release of antibodies, which attach themselves to mast cells Following subsequent allergen exposure, the mast cells release substances such as histamine (a chemical responsible for allergic symptoms) into the tissue
mast cells
cells, which synthesize and store histamines, found in most body tissues In an allergic response, an allergen stimulates the release of antibodies, which attach themselves to mast cells
mast cells
cells, which synthesize and store histamines, found in most body tissues, particularly just below the epithelial surfaces, serous cavities, and around blood vessels In an allergic response, an allergen stimulates the release of antibodies, which attach themselves to mast cells
mast cells
Mast cells play an important role in the body's allergic response Mast cells are present in most body tissues, but are particularly numerous in connective tissue, such as the dermis (innermost layer) of skin In an allergic response, an allergen stimulates the release of antibodies, which attach themselves to mast cells Following subsequent allergen exposure, the mast cells release substances such as histamine (a chemical responsible for allergic symptoms) into the tissue
mast cells
cells which contain histamine-filled granules and which patrol the body's tissues, playing an important role in allergic reactions
mast cells
Cells present close to body surfaces (such as the skin and intestines), which produce and release chemicals-for instance, histamine-which then produce allergic symptoms
mast cells
A connective tissue cell whose specific physiologic function remains unknown (Dorland, 28th ed)
packed cells
a preparation of blood cells separated from the liquid plasma; "packed cells are given to severely anemic patients in order to avoid overloading the circulatory system with too much fluid
purkinjes cells
Large ganglion cells forming a layer near the surface of the cerebellum
touch cells
{i} Merkel's cells, large oval cells found in the skin and in some sections of all vertebrates and are associated with the sense of touch (named after Friedrich Sigmund Merkel)
white blood cells
minuscule bodies in the blood whose job it is to fight germs
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von cells im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

cell
(Tıp) celi
Epithelial Cells
(Tıp) Epitelyum şeklindeki ve besinleri absorbe eden bir çok hücreden biri. bkz: Epithelium
Kupffer's Cells
(Tıp) Karaciğer hücreleri.Bu hücreler kandaki bakteriler gibi atık ve kullanılmayan maddeleri süzer
Parietal Cells
(Tıp) Mide duvarında bulunan ve Hidroklorik Asit yapan hücreler
cells

    Türkische aussprache

    selz

    Aussprache

    /ˈselz/ /ˈsɛlz/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 1938. short for celluloid.

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