from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Containing cells; cellular.
- adj. Containing a specific form or number of cells.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Containing a cell or cells.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a cell or cells; composed of a cell or cells; cellular: used separately or in compounds: as, a celled organ; one-celled; many-celled.
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If single celled organisms could have feelings, the mutant would have been depressed.
It is perhaps fortunate, then, that single celled organisms do not have consciousness or feelings, because if they did the mutant might never have been alive when its sisters all spontaneously lost cohesion of their cell membranes and spilled their plasm all over the primordial ocean.
Most of the earth's oxygen is produced in the sea by single-celled organisms.
In arguably one of the most conservative states in the nation, Mississippi voters defeated a Personhood measure that would have given a one celled fertilized egg the same rights as a walking, thinking, breathing
Every single species, whether predator or prey, single-celled or complex, exhibits that value.
In that kind of protective environment, he thinks multi-celled organisms could thrive ...
Assuming evolution on Earth (from the first single celled organism 3 billion years ago until now) is the way it happened; do you believe that process had some designed purpose or was it happenstance?
Why do some single-celled animals stay behind in the slime – I gather there are some which are believed not to have changed since the beginning – while others set off on the path that leads to becoming a giraffe?
We each carry the impulse of the evolutionary agenda; our minds are star gates, our bodies are celled of mysteries containing the memories of the past and the unfolding of the future; our spirits remain conscious that we are in the forefront of a 14 billion-year experiment that has resulted in your life.
Every multi-celled organism begins as a single cell, a fertilized egg.