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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Biology
cellularcel‧lu‧lar /ˈseljələ $ -ər/ adjective  1 HBconsisting of or relating to the cells of plants or animals2 a cellular telephone system works by using a network of radio stations to pass on signals a cellular network
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cellularcellular biologyTwo trends-digital networks and competition-are now changing the cellular landscape.Therefore, this region may confer some degree of specialization to the protein, in terms of cellular location and/or tissue specificity.Now, however, no fewer than 23 countries have cellular networks up and running.The analysis reported here has been motivated by investigations of high-frequency cellular oscillators with periods of the order of minutes or less.The cellular source of the catalytically active PLA2 in serum of patients suffering from acute pancreatitis and other diseases is unknown.
From Longman Business Dictionarycellularcel‧lu‧lar /ˈseljələ-ər/ adjective [only before a noun]TELECOMMUNICATIONS a cellular telephone system uses short-range radio signals so that users can carry telephones around with themSince 1989, the number of cellular phones in use in the US has grown by a factor of 22.Fast growth is forecast in the cellular market.a large group of independent cellular companies
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