Definition of Cellules

1. cellule [n] - See also: cellule



Lexicographical Neighbors of Cellules

cellular tumour
cellular virome
cellularities
cellularity
cellularization
cellularizations
cellularizing
cellularly
cellulars
cellulase
cellulases
cellulate
cellulated
cellulation
cellule
cellules (current term)
cellulicidal
celluliferous
cellulifugal
cellulin
cellulipetal
cellulite
cellulites
cellulitic phlegmasia
cellulitides
cellulitis
cellulitises
cellulocutaneous flap
celluloid
celluloid strip

Literary usage of Cellules

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1869)
"The common canal is very narrow, but is wider than the cellules. The cellules are excessively long and narrow, curved, following the curvature of the stipe, ..."

2. Human Physiology by Robley Dunglison (1846)
"237. and he instances the small pulpy nucleus, forming the cerebral hemisphere of Umax rufus, and helix pomatia, composed of globular, agglomerated cellules ..."

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