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cell, cells (SEL, SELZ) (noun)
1. A small room in a prison: The author provided a realistic description of the prison cell in which his protagonist had lived for many years.
2. Small, hollow places: Honeycombs are made up of connecting cells joined to each other.
3. A unit of living matter: With the fine new microscope, the scientist could study the cell matter of the plant.
4. The container which holds the material to produce electricity: The mechanic had to add water to each battery cell so the car would start again.
sell, sells (SEL, SELZ) (verb)
1. To exchange something for cash: When Angie was desperate for money, she decided to sell her mother’s jewelry.
2. To make things available to be purchased: This is one of the few stores that sells the type of materials Carol needed to repair sections of her work room.
3. To persuade someone to accept or to approve of something or someone: James told his brother that he would have to sell himself at the interview if he wanted to get the job that he was applying for.

The young guy was caught trying to sell stolen property for which he was sentenced to spend time in a small cell at the local jail.

While Ivan was there studying at the tech school, he invented a new solar cell for producing electricity which he now sells over the internet.

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(Latin: a storeroom, a chamber, a closet; by extension, of or pertaining to a cell, a microscopic protoplasmic mass made up of a nucleus enclosed in a semipermeable membrane)
(Greek: cells, cell, hollow; used primarily in the extended sense of "animal or plant cells" [because cells were originally thought to be hollow])
(cytology is the study of cells and the cell theory states that all living things are composed of cells and that all cells arise only from other cells)
(Latin: a small cell, consisting of cells; a small storeroom)
(Greek > Latin: layer of simple cells lining the inner surface of the circulatory organs)
(Greek > Latin: membrane lining the central canal of the spinal cord and the ventricles of the brain including cells and cellular membranes)
(converting fuel into electricity for power storage)
(Greek: glue; in medicine, the network of supporting tissue and fibers that nourishes nerve cells within the brain and spinal cord)
(The human body is at the edge of human comprehension with its microcosmic mysteries and its 100 trillion cells!)
(Greek: mucus; a protective secretion from the mucous membranes in the nose, throat, and lungs; a thick fluid produced by the linings of some tissues of the body and is secreted as a protective lubricant coating by cells and glands of the mucous membranes)
(Greek: dead, death, dead body; dead tissue or cells; corpse)
(Greek: nerve, nerve fiber, tendon, sinew, cord; nerve cell, nerve cells)
(Greek: pus; purulent, an infection or foreign material that causes a thick whitish-yellow fluid which results from the accumulation of white blood cells)
(millions of photoreceptor cells residing in the human retina gather light and transmit signals to the brain)
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electroplaxes, electro-plate cells
Disc-shaped syncytial cells (cells that fuse with adjacent cells to form multinucleated large cells with fused cytoplasms), large numbers of which form a gelatinous substance in the electric organs of fish.
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Fuel Cells: The Future Source of Fuel Operations?
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germ cell (s), germ cells (pl) (nouns)
Any of the cells in animals that give rise to the gametes (cells capable of fusing with other cells to produce zygotes, from which new individual organisms can develop).
This entry is located in the following units: celli-, cell, cells (page 1) germ-, germi- + (page 1)
primary cell, voltaic cell, galvanic cell (s) (nouns); primary cells, voltaic cells, galvanic cells (pl)
1. An electrical cell that uses an irreversible chemical reaction to generate electricity and, as a result, cannot be recharged: When buying new batteries for her flash light, Linda debated whether to buy primary cell batteries or to invest in rechargeable batteries.
2. A cell consisting of two dissimilar metal electrodes in a solution that acts chemically on one or both of them to produce a voltage: Jack, the auto mechanic, stated that the battery or primary cell in the car was dead and could not be recharged; so, it would need to be replaced.
This entry is located in the following units: galvano-, galvan- + (page 3) prim-, primi-, primo- (page 2) volt + (page 8)
serozymogenic cell (s) (noun), serozymogenic cells (pl)
A type of serous cell resembling pancreatic acinous cells and gastric chief cells, found in the parotid gland of most mammals and the submandibular and sublingual glands of humans.
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(the structure of organisms from the smallest components of cells to the biggest organs and their relationships to other organs especially of the human body)
(Various living organisms are organized from the smallest unit of cells to form tissues which form organs and organs work together to form organ systems)
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Cells and Their Compositions
Cytology is the study of cells and the cell theory states that all living things are composed of cells and that all cells arise only from other cells unit.
photovoltaic (PV) solar cells
Made of semi-conducting materials that can directly convert sunlight to electricity without any harmful waste product.

Solar collector are made more efficient by using arrays of mirrors to concentrate the sun's ray onto photovoltaic panels.

According to the Department of Energy, homes incorporating solar heating designs can save as much as 50 percent on heating bills.

The negative aspects of solar energy is that it depends heavily on a range of factors including location, time of year, and the weather.

An extensive list of related words and definitions may be seen at this photovoltaic terms page.

ribbon (photovoltaic) cells
A type of photovoltaic device made in a continuous process of pulling material from a molten bath of photovoltaic material; such as, silicon, to form a thin sheet of material.
This entry is located in the following unit: Photovoltaic Conversion Efficiency Terms + (page 18)
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