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Definition of Cellular cryptogams

Cellular cryptogams
Cellular Cel"lu*lar, a. [L. cellula a little cell: cf. F. cellulaire. See Cellule.] Consisting of, or containing, cells; of or pertaining to a cell or cells. Cellular plants, Cellular cryptogams (Bot.), those flowerless plants which have no ducts or fiber in their tissue, as mosses, fungi, lichens, and alg[ae]. Cellular theory, or Cell theory (Biol.), a theory, according to which the essential element of every tissue, either vegetable or animal, is a cell; the whole series of cells having been formed from the development of the germ cell and by differentiation converted into tissues and organs which, both in plants ans animals, are to be considered as a mass of minute cells communicating with each other. Cellular tissue. (a) (Anat.) See conjunctive tissue under Conjunctive. (b) (Bot.) Tissue composed entirely of parenchyma, and having no woody fiber or ducts.

Meaning of Cellular cryptogams from wikipedia

- produce neither flowers nor seeds, they are sometimes referred to as "cryptogams", meaning that their means of reproduction is hidden. Ferns, horsetails...
- flowering plants. Antheridia are present in the gametophyte phase of cryptogams like bryophytes and ferns. Many algae and some fungi, for example ascomycetes...
- growing at their tips. Each tip contains a set of aggregated vesicles—cellular structures consisting of proteins, lipids, and other organic molecules—called...
- PMC 372871. PMID 1620069. Singh. Text Book of Botany Diversity of Microbes And Cryptogams. Rastogi Publications. ISBN 978-8171338894. "Differences between Bacteria...
- microaerophilic protozoan parasite Entamoeba histolytica". Molecular and Cellular Biology. 19 (3): 2198–205. doi:10.1128/MCB.19.3.2198. PMC 84012. PMID 10022906...
- (gymnosperms, including the pines, and flowering plants) and the free-sporing cryptogams including ferns, clubmosses, liverworts, hornworts and mosses. Embryophytes...
- Sarcodina/Amoeboids Testate Heliozoa Infusoria/Ciliates Sporozoa Algae Cryptogams Thallophytes Fungus-like organisms Slime molds Ambiregnal protists Morphology...
- air pollution, the photobiont may use metabolic energy for repair of its cellular structures that would otherwise be used for maintenance of its photosynthetic...
- ISBN 978-3-319-46259-2. Singh. Text Book of Botany Diversity of Microbes And Cryptogams. Rastogi Publications. ISBN 978-8171338894. "Differences between Bacteria...
- literally plants with con****uous ****ual reproductive organs. Compare cryptogams. phenology The study of the timing of seasonal biological phenomena, such...