from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Without specialty or specialization.
- adj. Having no special function: unspecialized cells.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having no speciality, or particular purpose
- adj. Having no special function
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not specialized; specifically (Biol.), not adapted, or set apart, for any particular purpose or function.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not specialized or modified for a particular purpose or function
One day, I imagine that I will show the original, unspecialized trilogy to my children.
It is also a consequence of a relatively unspecialized society - and it also serves to keep the society unspecialized.
Number two, they are unspecialized cells, but under appropriate conditions, they can form all the specialized cells in our body - nerve cells, heart cells, muscle cells, kidney cells - that could then be used to replace damaged cells in our bodies.
They were still unspecialized; they had not yet become trapped in any evolutionary cul-de-sac.
Mesenchyme -- "Connective tissue arising from multiple germ layers consisting of unspecialized cells" - does your name have a message for us as you seem to have achieved the above objective by connecting with SIn and the ludicrous messages of hatred he brings here on a regular basis, perhaps seen as lobbying by you? phil
They are basically unspecialized & have the ability to divide endlessly & to develop into all of the 220 human cell types.
Stem cells are undifferentiated – unspecialized – cells that can be developed into any type of human cell.
Should laws be designed to serve large, complex organizations or ordinary, unspecialized citizens?
I used "factory owners" only because I have no better image of the kind of people who benefits from a general lowering of salaries, and "workers" - how do you call the people, very numerous, who live by selling their unspecialized or barely specialized labor.
You dont have to be an economist to understand that if you have only your unspecialized work to sell, increasing the number of people selling their work will depress the price if work, and to increase the profits of those buying your work.
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