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Cell developmentCell Cell, n. [OF. celle, fr. L. cella; akin to celare to
hide, and E. hell, helm, conceal. Cf. Hall.]
1. A very small and close apartment, as in a prison or in a
monastery or convent; the hut of a hermit.
The heroic confessor in his cell. --Macaulay.
2. A small religious house attached to a monastery or
convent. ``Cells or dependent priories.' --Milman.
3. Any small cavity, or hollow place.
(a) The space between the ribs of a vaulted roof.
(b) Same as Cella.
5. (Elec.) A jar of vessel, or a division of a compound
vessel, for holding the exciting fluid of a battery.
6. (Biol.) One of the minute elementary structures, of which
the greater part of the various tissues and organs of
animals and plants are composed.
Note: All cells have their origin in the primary cell from
which the organism was developed. In the lowest animal
and vegetable forms, one single cell constitutes the
complete individual, such being called unicelluter
orgamisms. A typical cell is composed of a semifluid
mass of protoplasm, more or less granular, generally
containing in its center a nucleus which in turn
frequently contains one or more nucleoli, the whole
being surrounded by a thin membrane, the cell wall. In
some cells, as in those of blood, in the am[oe]ba, and
in embryonic cells (both vegetable and animal), there
is no restricting cell wall, while in some of the
unicelluliar organisms the nucleus is wholly wanting.
See Illust. of Bipolar.
Air cell. See Air cell.
Cell development (called also cell genesis, cell
formation, and cytogenesis), the multiplication, of
cells by a process of reproduction under the following
common forms; segmentation or fission, gemmation or
budding, karyokinesis, and endogenous multiplication. See
Segmentation, Gemmation, etc.
Cell theory. (Biol.) See Cellular theory, under
Developmental De*vel`op*men"tal, a.
Pertaining to, or characteristic of, the process of
development; as, the developmental power of a germ.
Multicental developmentMulticentral Mul`ti*cen"tral, a. [Multi- + central.]
Having many, or several, centers; as, a multicentral cell.
Multicental development (Biol.), growth, or development,
from several centers. According as the insubordination to
a single center is more or less pronounced, the resultant
organism will be more or less irregular in form and may
Nondevelopment Non`de*vel"op*ment, n.
Failure or lack of development.
RedevelopmentRedevelop Re`de*vel"op, v. t. & i.
To develop again; specif. (Photog.), to intensify (a
developed image), as by bleaching with mercuric chloride and
subsequently subjecting anew to a developing agent. --
Re`de*vel"op*er, n. -- Re`de*vel"op*ment, n. Unicentral developmentUnicentral U`ni*cen"tral, a. [Uni- + central.] (Biol.)
Having a single center of growth.
Unicentral development, that form of development which
takes place primarily around a single central point, as in
the lowest of unicellular organisms.
Meaning of development from wikipedia
is a peer-reviewed scientific journal
in the field
of developmental biology
that covers cellular
and molecular mechanisms
to: land use : green development
, a concept
that includes consideration
of community-wide or regional environmental
- international development
or global development
is most used in a holistic
and multi-disciplinary context
of human development
- real estate
development, or property
development, is a multifaceted business
, encompassing activities
from the renovation
- economic development generally refers
to the sustained, concerted actions
- software development
software, software application
- sustainable development refers
to a mode of human development
in which resource
use aims to meet human needs while ensuring
- the term r&d or research
(also rnd or rd especially
in domain names
; or research
development; or research
- the human development index
(hdi) is a composite statistic
of life expectancy, education, and income indices
to rank countries
- child development refers
to the biological
and emotional changes
in human beings between birth
and the end of