cell culture

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cell culture

n.
1. The technique or process of growing bacterial or fungal cells or cells derived from tissues of living organisms in a culture medium.
2. A culture of cells grown by this technique or process.
Translations

cell culture

n (Biol) → Zellkultur f
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McKone et al., "Solar water splitting cells," Chemical Reviews, vol.
This is especially important for some innovative technologies such as microbial electrolysis cells (MECs) [2] and solar water splitting cells [3], where hydrogen production is the main target.
According to GTI, its Direct Solar Hydogen water splitting cell technology allows direct water splitting without the solar energy having to pass through a liquid layer, resulting, when compared to conventional solar water splitting cells, in higher efficiency and easier release of product gases, as well as elimination of corrosion.