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- n. The number and type of cells in a given tissue
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- n. the state of having cells.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or condition of being composed of cells.
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- n. the state of having cells
Prediction … …. multi-cellularity is highly unlikely (perhaps impossible) on a planet without a large amount of free oxygen. let the experments begin. peace
The FNA (Fine Needle Aspiration) biopsy at 1:00 shows high cellularity and cancer cells and is most likely also invasive ductal carcinoma (because the other lesion is).
This is based on the a passage in EoE (I forget where), in which Behe describes how we can see the materials for multi-cellularity coming together.
If life was front loaded for multi-cellularity it should be a more likely outcome.
Or you could say that bacteria was performing a vital preliminary function that made multi-cellularity possible.
John Glick, an oncologist at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, diagnosed my cancer as stage IV-B mixed cellularity Hodgkin's lymphoma.
If you were some entity, completely independent with respects to owing your origin as well as fundamental form/substance and you were viewing some single-cellular life – all prior to the emergence of multi-cellularity; are you going to say that your kind (understanding the Theory of Evolution as it pertains to this foreign organism you are viewing) would anticipate the emergence of multi-cellularity?
I think he suspects it can get us at least to multi-cellularity.
If I recall correctly, Krauze has indicated a belief that front-loaded information is continually expressed, and that it simply biases the direction of evolution (toward multi-cellularity, for example).
I explicitly argued that cellularity was not required at the beginning of abiogenesis, so your attempt to attribute "the argument that a cell is at the causal end of this" to me is ludicrous.