Words nearby vesicle
How to use vesicle in a sentence
Thanks to that ability, the gene responsible for allowing microbes to create gas vesicles is what researchers call a reporter gene.
When you’re ready to return to the depths, just pop a few gas vesicles like balloons, and you’ll sink back down.
For several years now, Shapiro’s group has been inserting the DNA for gas vesicles into cells and fine-tuning them.
They’ve done this by creating gas vesicles that, when you ping them with ultrasound, audibly pop—just like those in microbes going for a dive.
What makes gas vesicles especially exciting is that, when you ping them with sound waves—in particular, ultrasound, which is too high-pitched for human ears to hear—they ring back with a signal.
Now, this vesicle is invariably tinged with a different hue from the rest of the being.Colouration in Animals and Plants|Alfred Tylor
Do we not witness in the newly formed vaccine vesicle, an increase of the specific force and principle?
The interest in the terminal vesicle lies in the possibility of its being some rudimentary structure.
It begins to do so close to the terminal vesicle, which, however, still remains as or more conspicuous than it was before.
The result of segmentation is a vesicle whose wall is formed of a single layer of cells.
British Dictionary definitions for vesicle
- any small sac or cavity, esp one containing serous fluid
- a blister