cell complex

cell complex

[′sel ‚käm‚pleks]
(mathematics)
A topological space which is the last term of a finite sequence of spaces, each obtained from the previous by sewing on a cell along its boundary.
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Contract notice: Cell complex meteorological measurements of heat and moisture transfer calculation of solution delivery
As a natural plant cell complex dedicated to that fragile and possibly damaged area, InitialE [PT+TMG] provides several benefits at the level of epidermis and dermis such as moisturizing, soothing firming and detoxifying effects, all proven by in vitro tests, said the company.
This biotechnology stem cell complex combines the ingredients necessary for the complete renewal of the skin.
However, a careful analysis of the PL structure of the cell complex associated with the arrangement reveals that [DELTA](B [X, Y)) is a sphere of dimension dimR X - [dim.
Oocyte-dependent activation of mitogen-activated protein kinase (erk1/2) in cumulus cells is required for the maturation of the mouse oocyte-cumulus cell complex.
Some years ago, when I was serving in the Cardiff City Police, I was given a description of the condemned cell complex by an old warder who had worked at the prison.
Recent biochemical studies reveal that the centrosome is a polyfunctional, multiprotein, cell complex in somatic cells (10).
And a cell complex down in the bowels of the building that is like something out of a Hannibal Lecter movie.
A team from Liverpool recently visited the flagship Sel-fridges store in London to see work being done to transform a disused storage basement into a Metropolitan police cell complex.
5m cell complex for Cumbria police on the outskirts of the city at Durranhill.
Hamza is likely to be kept in a special cell complex by himself to avoid retribution attacks from other inmates.
The celebrations took place last month in a private room close to Megrahi's cell complex, nicknamed `The Gaddafi Cafe'.