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cellular

1. of, relating to, resembling, or composed of a cell or cells
2. having cells or small cavities; porous
3. Textiles woven with an open texture

cellular

[′sel·yə·lər]
(biology)
Characterized by, consisting of, or pertaining to cells.
(petrology)
Pertaining to igneous rock having a porous texture, usually with the cavities larger than pore size and smaller than caverns.

Cellular

(language, cellular automaton)
A system for cellular automaton programming by J Dana Eckart <dana@faculty.cs.runet.edu>. Cellular includes a byte-code compiler, run-time system, and a viewer.

Latest version: 2.0, as of 1993-04-03.

Posted to comp.sources.unix, volume 26.

See also Cellang.
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When a bus is involved in an accident, or a fight breaks out while a bus is in route, its exact location is cellularly transmitted and immediately displayed on a digital map for school authorities to view.
Thinking cellularly requires a major paradigm shift and takes more than a few paragraphs in an article such as this to fully explore.
Chemical and biologic analyses of tumor cells have demonstrated that this cellularly derived ADH is identical to the hormone produced by the neurophypophyseal system (Poe & Taylor, 1989).
The eutectic grows cellularly, varying with the cooling rate.
The reader's corporeal body is both materially and cellularly different than it was seven years ago, yet the reader maintains a distinct physical identify.
Glucosinolates and myrosinase occur together throughout the plant, but are separated cellularly or subcellularly, and mix and react when cells are damaged by pests (Chew 1988).
If these "new age" machines aren't for everyone, there was something at IMTS for practically everyone else in machining centers--from low-priced new entrant VMCs to cellularly configured machines that can mimic high-production environments of automotive plant applications.
Boosters are fond of predicting the demise of ink-on-paper news and the ascendancy of digital hand-held notebooks or other personal communication devices by which people will receive news cellularly and electronically.

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