Definition of Cuboidal cell
1. Noun. An epithelial cell that shaped like a cube.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuboidal Cell
Literary usage of Cuboidal cell
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Practical gynecology: A Comprehensive Text-book for Students and Physicians by Edward Emmet Montgomery (1907)
"The finger-like projections external to the line of cuboidal cell are surrounded by a network of fibrous tissue, which contains some muscle-fibers and is ..."
2. A Student's Text-book of Botany by Sydney Howard Vines (1896)
"... at certain points than at others ; thus, for instance, a primarily spheroidal or cuboidal cell may become tubular, cylindrical, fusiform, stellate, etc. ..."
3. Botany for High Schools and Colleges by Charles Edwin Bessey (1880)
"... in section nences. rectangular Cuboidal. Cell tabular, with an elongated rectangular section Tabular. Witli prominences. ..."
4. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1915)
"... d, a structure which perhaps corresponds to the placenta! cavities lined with cuboidal cell-;. central part of the embryo at a higher magnification. ..."
5. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1902)
"Hum takes on at times a high columnar form ; although all degrees of height between this and the normal nearly cuboidal cell of the resting breast on the ..."
6. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1906)
"... is formed between the two cells produced by this division, each of which becomes a spermatozoid. Thus two sperms are produced from each cuboidal cell. ..."
7. A Text-book of Histology: Arranged Upon an Embryological Basis by Philipp Stöhr, Frederic Thomas Lewis (1913)
"Cell with well-devel- i oped drops of secretion. , Cell with developing dropt of secretion cuboidal cell. Fig. 409.—A, FROM A VERTICAL SECTION THROUGH THE ..."
8. Diseases of the Stomach and Upper Alimentary Tract by Anthony Bassler (1910)
"The second type of cell, the chief or central, is a pyramidal irregularly cuboidal cell with a finely granular protoplasm and a wel denned dark staining ..."