Usage examples for cellular

  1. They dip like the tiniest fingers into the chyle, and the minute particles of fat pass through their cellular covering and gain entrance to the lacteals. – A Practical Physiology by Albert F. Blaisdell
  2. The first cardinal fact is that all protophytes are cellular- all show us this contrast between outside and inside. – Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I by Herbert Spencer
  3. The cellular and fluid portions of the blood are not always destructive to disease- producing organisms. – Common Diseases of Farm Animals by R. A. Craig, D. V. M.
  4. Turnips are an exception to the rule, a thick layer of cellular material covers them. – School and Home Cooking by Carlotta C. Greer
  5. They come from the fatty substance and the cellular membranes. – The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles by Jean Henri Fabre
  6. The cellular system puts an effective stop to any thing like active hostility to religion; but it is a mistake to argue from this that the criminal is addicted to the exercise of religious sentiments. – Crime and Its Causes by William Douglas Morrison
  7. Thours says, the cellular tissue contains a substance similar to sage. – The Book of Household Management by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
  8. The fragments are more or less cellular, according to the degree to which they were distended with steam when in a molten state, and even in the finest dust one may see the glass or the crystals of lava from which it was derived. – The Elements of Geology by William Harmon Norton
  9. " The organization of the whole is dominated by the necessities of cellular life," as Dareste says. – The Task of Social Hygiene by Havelock Ellis
  10. The treatment consists in making one or more incisions into the cellular tissue for the purpose of removing the pus and establishing drainage. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  11. The infection usually begins in one of the lymph glands that occupy this space, and rapidly ends in suppuration, which spreads to the surrounding cellular tissue. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson