active cell

active cell

[¦ak·tiv ′sel]
(computer science)
The cell that continues the value being used or modified in a spreadsheet program, and that is highlighted by the cell pointer. Also known as current cell.

active cell

The intersection of a row and column in a spreadsheet that is currently selected.
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It is upregulated during the late G1 phase and early S phase of the cell cycle and its presence in cells is an indicator of active cell proliferation.
Topics of the 12 chapters include the diversity of acetic acid bacteria in Asia, the determination of metabolic active cell count, cultivation strategies for industrial bio-production, microbial collagenases, nanotechnology, and microorganisms as potential biosorbents of heavy metals.
A key point to note is that Tam and three other Sumatran rhinos' genomes were kept alive in active cell culture for future use.
This is an autologous active cell therapy, which according to the Danish company Reapplix that markets it, helps patients "heal themselves."
Talking to Media Wednesday an official of NHA said the authority has established an active cell for encouragement of private sector involvement in road building schemes, which is providing information under one window operation to the investors.
During this time, WEA-compatible wireless phones that are switched on, within range of an active cell tower, and whose wireless provider participates in WEA, should be capable of receiving the test message.
Talking to reporter on Sunday an official of NHA said the authority has established an active cell for encouragement of private sector involvement in road building schemes, which is providing information under one window operation to the investors.
NHA chairman said, 'NHA has established an active cell for encouragement of private sector involvement in road building schemes, which is providing information under one window operation to the investors.
Make sure there's nothing to the right or below the active cell.
With cell balancing, the excess energy in the battery cell transfers to the other cells by active cell balancing, or the excess converts energy into heat by passive cell balancing.