THIS WEEK’S WORD OF THE DAY QUIZ IS POSITIVELY FELICIFIC
Origin of cell wall
Words nearby cell wall
Example sentences from the Web for cell wall
The cell is frequently, but by no means always, bounded by a cell-wall of greater or less thickness.
Many diatoms possess thickenings of the cell-wall, visible in the valve view, in the centre of the valve and at each extremity.
During this examination, it will be noticed that the surface of the cell-wall is striated with fine wrinkles.
Two contiguous cells of two parallel filaments push each a little projection from its cell-wall toward the other.
In the latter case, it forms an inner cell to the cell-wall, and is called the primordial utricle.