Cell structure may refer to:
- An organelle, or the layout of organelles of the biological cell itself
- The structure of a covert cell, often involved in underground resistance, organised crime, terrorism or any group requiring stealth in its operations
- In mathematics, the structure of a cell complex
Other articles related to "cell structure, cells, cell, cell structures":
... At high nutrient levels, large clustered cells up to 15 mm in diameter are found ... other tetrabrachion sub units making a lattice framework that covers the cell ... Staphylothermus hellenicus does not have tetrabrachion in the cell wall ...
... Picoeukaryotes can be either autotrophic and heterotrophic, and usually contain a minimal number of organelles ... For example, Ostreococcus tauri, an autotrophic picoeukaryote belonging to the class Prasinophyceae, contains only the nucleus, one mitochondrion and one chloroplast, tightly packed within a cell membrane ...
... Memory foam has an open-cell structure that reacts to body heat and weight by 'moulding' to the sleeper's body, helping relieve pressure points, preventing pressure ... Cell structures vary from very open, to almost closed cell ... The tighter the cell structure, the less airflow through the foam ...
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