Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Situated or occurring within a cell.
  • adjective Smaller in size than ordinary cells.
  • adjective Below the cellular level.

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  • adjective Smaller than a normal cell
  • adjective Relating to objects or processes that involve parts of a cell

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Examples

  • The finding that the transmitter was stored in subcellular particles (with his late colleague N-Å.

    Ulf von Euler - Biography

  • The fourth locale, Massachusetts, permitted a medical monitoring claim to move forward, but only because the tobacco plaintiffs in that lawsuit presented expert evidence regarding "subcellular" or other physiological changes.

    Law.com - Newswire

  • A11029, Molecular Probes) for one hour to label the subcellular markers.

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  • These cells would not necessarily be homogeneous, but represent differing combinations of the various subcellular components.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • The basic model under consideration is a collection of closely related cells sharing subcellular components.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • The similarity of their cells and subcellular structures is one of the main things that tells us they came from the same stock.

    David Anderson on Creation and Evolution

  • That vehicle (often a subcellular structure called a plasmid) is then inserted into a different cell, which activates the gene, leading to the production of a scientifically or commercially useful protein.

    Scientists create cell based on man-made genetic instructions

  • Kirk felt the crawl of subcellular bits creeping across his skin, penetrating and migrating into his chest and abdomen.

    Delta Anomaly

  • Kirk felt the crawl of subcellular bits creeping across his skin, penetrating and migrating into his chest and abdomen.

    Delta Anomaly

  • That vehicle (often a subcellular structure called a plasmid) is then inserted into a different cell, which activates the gene, leading to the production of a scientifically or commercially useful protein.

    Scientists create cell based on man-made genetic instructions

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