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daughter cell

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n daughter cell a cell formed by the division or budding of another cell "anthrax grows by dividing into two daughter cells that are generally identical"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Daughter cell (Biol) one of the cells formed by cell division. See Cell division, under Division.
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Usage

In literature:

The division of the cell-body is completed midway between the two daughter-nuclei.
"Darwin and Modern Science" by A.C. Seward and Others
A passage broken, less than a minute was required for her to seize her daughter by the middle of her body, and draw her into her cell.
"Notre-Dame de Paris" by Victor Hugo
The missionary had held his daughter's hand while she recounted what had happened in the cell.
"Rung Ho!" by Talbot Mundy
The type in all these cases is this: A mother-cell produces by cell-division four daughter-cells.
"Scientific American Supplement, Vol. XXI., No. 531, March 6, 1886" by Various
Rushing out of his cell he heaped up seven hills of snow to represent a wife, four sons and daughters, and two servants.
"A Short History of Monks and Monasteries" by Alfred Wesley Wishart
But after a little in the development of the egg a differentiation among the daughter cells arises.
"The Story of the Living Machine" by H. W. Conn
Monte-Cristo seized the bar, whirled it aside and flung open the door; then he sprang into the cell, calling wildly on his daughter.
"Monte-Cristo's Daughter" by Edmund Flagg
In that night the abbess died, and Sister Maria Addolorata was burned in her cell, and the Englishman took our daughter.
"Casa Braccio, Volumes 1 and 2 (of 2)" by F. Marion Crawford
I repaired to the cell; but to avoid the appeals of the mother and daughter, I beckoned him forth to the lobby.
"Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 17" by Alexander Leighton
The daughter cells may remain united by the gelatinous envelope for a variable time.
"The Elements of Bacteriological Technique" by John William Henry Eyre
Not until the daughters were sent to their cell did she tell Lafayette of the sad things that had happened.
"Lafayette" by Martha Foote Crow
The bacterium elongates and then divides in the middle to form 2 daughter cells.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle" by U.S. Department of Agriculture
As these two daughter-masses become more and more developed, the valves of the mother-cell are pushed more and more widely apart.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 4" by Various
She had requested permission to share her daughter's cell until the final moment arrived; her wish was complied with.
"The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 6 of 6" by Eugène Sue
From the blepheroplast of one of the daughter cells a new flagellum is formed.
"Handbook of Medical Entomology" by William Albert Riley
Let me out of this cell with my daughter.
"The Pilgrim's Shell or Fergan the Quarryman" by Eugène Sue
And for two hours after that, father and daughter sat in the narrow cell-like place, locked in each other's arms.
"Lord Tony's Wife" by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
A portion of the nucleus of the parent cell makes its way through the extremely narrow neck into the daughter cell.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 3" by Various
His daughter came to him more than once, and always left the cell with a changed manner and subdued aspect.
"Fashion and Famine" by Ann S. Stephens
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In poetry:

Laurinda.
These deep embowering shades conceal the cell,
Where sage Urania and her daughters dwell:
Florella too, if right we've heard the tale,
With them resides -- the lilly of the vale.
"The Search After Happiness. A Pastoral Drama" by Hannah More

In news:

To donate the stem cell-rich umbilical cord blood produced during the birth of her daughter, Jaime Feaster of Lake Charles, La.
In a voicemail message left on the cell phone of a legislator he says harassed his daughter last week, Sen Rich Crandall suggested that he would work to kill her bills next year.
W hen a cell divides, its duplicated chromosomes have to be shared equally between the two daughter cells.
As mom faces renal cell cancer, a daughter learns patience.
My daughter, 45, was told at a recent checkup that she has a few cells of this kind, and she is reacting as if she has received a death sentence.
The parents decide to take their daughter's cell phone for a week.
Daughter Shoots Father With Bow and Arrow After Cell Phone Ban.
In the car behind me, the mom (and driver) was talking on her cell phone while her teenage daughter sat in the passenger seat.
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In science:

Each parent (inactive) cell has two daughters, active or inactive.
Upgrade of the Cellular General Purpose Monte Carlo Tool FOAM to version 2.06
Lacking this information, the most reasonable thing to do is to assign the daughter cells distinct names, creating the potential for a match to occur.
Epigenetic Tracking, a Method to Generate Arbitrary Shapes By Using Evolutionary-Developmental Techniques
Consequently, the properties of the mitochondrial populations within stem cells affect whether making either stem cells or differentiated daughters is more likely – an important factor during the development of organisms and in the correct maintenance of cell populations throughout life.
The chaos within: exploring noise in cellular biology
The standard view is that variations in chromosome partitioning via unequal chromosomal placement in daughter cells creates gynandromorphs.
A Developmental Network Theory of Gynandromorphs, Sexual Dimorphism and Species Formation
Chromosomal placement can put limits on the future possible chromosomal divergence in daughter cells.
A Developmental Network Theory of Gynandromorphs, Sexual Dimorphism and Species Formation
A change in the DNA sequence that is passed on to daughter cells is called a mutation.
Biological Evolution and Statistical Physics
If two particles are in the same cell, then this cell is divided into eight “daughter” cells (an oct tree) of equal volume (see Figs. 1 and 2 in Barnes & Hut 1986).
Long-term stability of collisionless equilibrium configurations; algorithms
In Figure 8 we plot cost versus power for the family of all tests generated for the root cell, A1, referred to as “cell 1,” and one of its two daughter cells, referred to as “cell 2.” Thus each point is a pair (β, c(XA,β )).
Hierarchical testing designs for pattern recognition
The process of “finishing” includes calculating the total mass and spatial extent of the set of all daughter cells, which permits fast evaluation of multipole contributions during calculation of gravitational forces among groups of particles.
SNSPH: A Parallel 3-D Smoothed Particle Radiation Hydrodynamics Code
Dixon points out two problems with Pielou’s test of independence: (i) it fails to identify certain types of segregation (e.g., mother-daughter processes) and (ii) the sampling distribution of NNCT cell counts is not appropriate (see Dixon (1994)).
On the Use of Nearest Neighbor Contingency Tables for Testing Spatial Segregation
In such a process, it is possible to obtain a NNCT in which the cell counts are very similar to the ones expected under the Pielou null hypothesis, while in reality the pattern exhibits the segregation of the daughters.
On the Use of Nearest Neighbor Contingency Tables for Testing Spatial Segregation
Immortal DNA strand co-segregation is a chromosome segregation mechanism whereby one of the daughter cells receives all of the chromosomes containing the oldest DNA template strands of the previous replication cycle.
Semiconservative quasispecies equations for polysomic genomes: The general case
This parent cell must have had N − 1 other parent strands coming from N − 1 other chromosomes that segregated into the daughter cell.
Semiconservative quasispecies equations for polysomic genomes: The general case
These nk strand-pairs produce, upon replication, 2nk strand-pairs belonging to the kth homologous group, which then segregate equally into two daughter cells, so that each of the daughter cells have exactly nk strandpairs belonging to the kth homologous group.
Semiconservative quasispecies equations for polysomic genomes: The general case
For convenience of the derivation, we assume that each new chromosome segregates into a left daughter cell and a right daughter cell (relevant figures may be found in ).
Semiconservative quasispecies equations for polysomic genomes: The general case
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