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synonyms for cellular

  • biological
  • nuclear
  • anatomical
  • constitutional
  • essential
  • fundamental
  • integral
  • living
  • necessary
  • original
  • primary
  • prime
  • primitive
  • principal
  • amoebic
  • animate
  • basal
  • biotic
  • elemental
  • inherent
  • innate
  • live
  • plasmic
  • structural
  • vital
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antonyms for cellular

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  • accessory
  • auxiliary
  • extra
  • inessential
  • minor
  • secondary
  • trivial
  • unimportant
  • unnecessary
  • inorganic
  • man-made
  • unnatural
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How to use cellular in a sentence

When the spike proteins that surround the virus latch onto a host cell with an ACE2 receptor, they open up a cellular doorway that allows the virus to hijack the cell.
NEW DIABETES CASES LINKED TO COVID-19ERIN BLAKEMOREFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If it can connect over standard phone lines or via cellular connection, it will likely be OK during an outage.
BEST HOME SECURITY SYSTEM: KEEP YOUR FAMILY AND PROPERTY SAFEPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMJANUARY 29, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Human cells then make the spike protein, triggering the immune system to produce antibodies and fire up cellular immune defenses from T cells, which attack the coronavirus should it be encountered later.
ONE-SHOT COVID-19 VACCINE IS EFFECTIVE AGAINST SEVERE DISEASETINA HESMAN SAEYJANUARY 29, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Rosenworcel wrote a dissent to the T-Mobile and Sprint merger plainly stating that it would hurt consumers by reducing the number of options available to them when it comes to cellular service.
THE FCC IS ABOUT TO UNDERGO A HUGE SHIFT THAT COULD DRASTICALLY AFFECT THE INTERNETSTAN HORACZEKJANUARY 22, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Thanks to the cellular feature on the SE, I now leave my phone at home when I go for a run each afternoon, knowing that I can still call my wife to tell her I’m gonna tack on a few more miles.
WHY I PREFER THE APPLE WATCH SE TO THE SERIES 6JAKOB SCHILLERJANUARY 20, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
“There are nice research studies that show the presence of inflammatory mediators that are consistent with local chemical inflammation, as opposed to cellular inflammation, which can be seen by biopsy,” he says.
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More than half of the students relying on a single device also depended exclusively on a monthly cellular data plan for home Internet access.
AMERICAN STUDENTS NEED HELP THROUGH THE PANDEMIC, AND THE U.K.’S TUTORING PROGRAM COULD BE A MODELJAKE METHJANUARY 13, 2021FORTUNE
So sometimes I wouldn’t do my double because between the writing and the morning running, that was enough cellular effort for today.
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Being such freeloaders means they can’t be picky about their hosts, and must make do with whatever cellular equipment they can find.
THE COVID-19 VIRUS IS MUTATING. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR VACCINES?ALICE PARKJANUARY 7, 2021TIME
Condensates seem to be involved in many aspects of cellular biology, but one area that has received particular attention is gene expression and the production of proteins.
A NEWFOUND SOURCE OF CELLULAR ORDER IN THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFEVIVIANE CALLIERJANUARY 7, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
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WORDS RELATED TO CELLULAR

  • amoebic
  • anatomical
  • animate
  • basal
  • biological
  • biotic
  • cellular
  • constitutional
  • elemental
  • essential
  • fundamental
  • inherent
  • innate
  • integral
  • live
  • living
  • necessary
  • nuclear
  • original
  • plasmic
  • primary
  • prime
  • primitive
  • principal
  • structural
  • vital
  • cellular
  • mobile
  • radio
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