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  • n. Any unicelled organism.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An alga, or other plant, consisting of but a single cell; a unicellular plant.

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  • For either of our models to be internally consistent, low but non-zero levels of empty cell walls proportional to the unicell density need to be present during the steady-state unicell-colony-predator chemostat.

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  • But certainly, after 5 days, at a time when the unicell density is very low and the Ochromonus is high, one can certainly say the ‘trigger’ has been signaled.

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  • Hence, low cell density Egan & Trainor 1989b does not seem a prerequisite for unicell development in several Desmodesmus and Scenedesmus strains.

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  • Once we reach steady-state in terms of unicell-colony-predator populations, the growth rate of smaller colonies will then be slightly faster than the dilution rate, and the growth rate of the larger colonies will then be slightly slower than the dilution rate.

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  • But the bubble was not allowing any radio transmission through its roiling unicell wall today.

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