Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an adherent manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In an adherent manner.

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  • adjective In an adherent manner.

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Examples

  • Most people run from ghosts, but John was adherently drawn to the child from the very beginning.

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  • MRC-5 cells, which grow adherently in culture and exhibit fibroblast morphology, may double in population size 42 to 46 times before the onset of senescence.

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  • The cells exhibit epithelial morphology and grow adherently, reproducing an entire generation about every 24 hours.

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  • The rat kidney cells express normal genes of the wild type mesangial cells and grow adherently to glass and polymer surfaces in monolayer culture.

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  • The rat kidney cells express normal genes of the wild type mesangial cells and grow adherently to glass and polymer surfaces in monolayer culture.

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  • The cells grow adherently and exhibit myoblast morphology, possessing many of the properties characteristic of smooth muscle cells.

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  • The fibroblast line grows adherently to glass and plastic in culture and is generally utilized as a transfection host for virus genomes and recombinant plasmids.

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  • The cells grow adherently and exhibit epithelial morphology.

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  • Ov cells exhibit typical epithelial morphology and grow adherently to glass and polymer surfaces in monolayer culture.

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  • The C8-B4 clone was created in 1996, and the neuronal cells grow adherently in culture.

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