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English translation: Webster'sThird New International Dictionary

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13:58 Jan 23, 2003
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Medical
English term or phrase: free-cell
A free-cell preserved collagenous tissue is used is transplant either olligrafts or xenografts
Angela
English translation:Webster'sThird New International Dictionary
Explanation:
free cell formation:(no hyphen) a process of cell formation that is frequent in endosperm development and in spore formation in many fungi (esp. ascomydcetes) and in which successive nuclear divisions are followed by the nuclei each appropirating a portion of cytoplasm and usu. simultaneously becoming invested with a cell wall and leaving a surplus of cytoplasm - compare CLEAVAGE; EPIPLASM

Whether this is relevant to your work, I wouldn't know. Good luck.
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Webster'sThird New International Dictionary


Explanation:
free cell formation:(no hyphen) a process of cell formation that is frequent in endosperm development and in spore formation in many fungi (esp. ascomydcetes) and in which successive nuclear divisions are followed by the nuclei each appropirating a portion of cytoplasm and usu. simultaneously becoming invested with a cell wall and leaving a surplus of cytoplasm - compare CLEAVAGE; EPIPLASM

Whether this is relevant to your work, I wouldn't know. Good luck.


Marie Scarano
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