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noncellular

(ˌnɒnˈsɛljʊlə)
adj
(Biology) biology (of a virus) lacking cellular organization
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Adj.1.noncellular - not made up of or divided into cellsnoncellular - not made up of or divided into cells
cellular - characterized by or divided into or containing cells or compartments (the smallest organizational or structural unit of an organism or organization); "the cellular construction of a beehive"; "any effective opposition to a totalitarian regime must be secretive and cellular"
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On lung sections, ultra-structural changes such as increase in goblet cells, secretory components of goblet cells, endoplasmic reticulum in goblet cells, protein synthesis, cilial degenerations, neutrophil, lymphocyte and plasma cells infiltrations, increase in intracellular ribosomes, and thickness of noncellular basal membranes were examined.
(1) Cytologic FNA demonstrated numerous keratinized, anucleate, squamous epithelial cells admixed with abundant eosinophilic, granular noncellular material.
Noncellular materials such as mineral crystals, corrosion particles, clay or silt particles, or blood components, depending on the environment in which the biofilm has developed, may also be reported in the biofilm matrix.
The second caveat is that they are about a thousand times more addictive (and fun) than a normal, noncellular camera.
LoRa and other noncellular LPWA technologies have benefited from the decreasing cost of IC's, low implementation costs and flexibility of private networks that can be tailored to meet specific enterprise IoT applications.
Negative events are cellular and noncellular events that are identified by the system can be used to assess sample deterioration; they essentially represent debris of various types including cytoplasmic fragments, dust, and dye aggregates.
A noncellular scar, and cross-linked collagen matrix will substitute fibroblastrich granulation tissue and provide scar tensile strength or intact skin.
Additionally, PE is capable of removing noncellular blood constituents, including inflammatory markers and bilirubin, that are formed in liver injury [7, 20].
Gates were set on forward scatter (FSC) and side scatter (SSC) dot plots to exclude noncellular debris and focus on the lymphocytes.
Transformation of tumor cells and tumor formation are promoted by factors, including cellular and noncellular components known as the tumor stroma and tumor environment [5].
Depending on the environment in which the biofilm was developed, the biofilm matrix can also contain blood components or noncellular materials such as mineral crystals, corrosion particles, and clay or silt particles [8].