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- adj. cellular
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Cellular.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a cellular structure.
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There is no exception, unless man be one, to the rule of herbivorous animals having cellulated colons.
The intestines are also identical with those of herbivorous animals, which present a larger surface for absorption and have ample and cellulated colons.
A hair is composed of three different layers of cell-tissues: a loose, cellulated substance, which occupies its center, and constitutes the _medulla_, or pith; the fibrous tissue, which incloses the medulla, and forms the chief bulk of the hair; and a thin layer, which envelops this fibrous structure, and forms the smooth surface of the hair.