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- n. separation into distinct cells, especially from a multinucleate cell
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Segregation (cellularization) probably occurred by a different process than replicators, as did nascent metabolism.
This is why it is not inappropriate to conflate seemingly different optical or technological objects [in a discussion of Foucault's and Debord's respective works]: they are similarly about arrangements of bodies in space, techniques of isolation, cellularization, and above all separation.
Stage 5 can be subdivided into stage 5 (1) of incipient cellularization, stage 5 (2) of mid-cellularization, and stage 5 (3) of recently completed cellularization.