asymmetrical cell

asymmetrical cell

[¦ā·sə¦me·tri·kəl ′sel]
(electronics)
A cell, such as a photoelectric cell, in which the impedance to the flow of current in one direction is greater than in the other direction.
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Sure enough, the model recreated the asymmetrical cell pattern Starz-Gaiano and her students saw in real fruit flies, a result they published in 2015.
Recently, Cicalese et al [33] compared pattern of cell division between CSC and normal stem cells; and showed that both symmetrical and asymmetrical cell divisions occurred in CSC while asymmetrical cell division was associated only with normal stem cells; asymmetrical cell division would result in production of progenitor cells while symmetrical cell division would give rise to two daughter cells which may be responsible for populating the tumour [33].
The second book in this two-volume series on Wnt signaling molecules describes vertebrate and invertebrate models of study such as asymmetrical cell division in C.
The influence of image size, resolution, and rotation has been presented on images of asymmetrical cells from the monkey dentate nucleus.
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