|Charge Coupled Devicedevice with light-sensitive photo cells which is used to create bit map images (Computers), charge-coupled device, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine||CCD|
|(about a gland) secreting products formed by the breakdown of glandular cells, secreting own substance||holocrine|
|(about plants) light-loving; thriving in response to light||photophilous|
|(about program code) able to handle several simultaneous or interleaved requests (Computers)||reentrant|
|(Anatomy) creation of a myelin sheath, development of a fatty substance which covers the axiom of nerve cells||myelination|
|(Anatomy) having a myelin sheath, containing a fatty substance which covers the axiom of nerve cells, surrounded by myelin sheath||myelinated|
|(Anatomy) pertaining to osteoclasts (cells which absorb calcium from bone and cartilage)||osteoclastic|
|(Anatomy) production of a myelin sheath, development of a fatty substance which covers the axiom of nerve cells||myelinization|
|(Archaic) greatly, very much; harshly, gravely, severely, annoying, distressing, infected spot, inflammation, wound, abscess; source of pain or grief, sensitive issue, offended, painful, painful; raw, tender, sensitive; inflamed; hurting; annoying; dis...||sore|
|(Astronomy) device for finding the height of the Sun by measuring noontime shadows; vertical shaft of a sundial; (Geometry) what remains of a parallelogram after removing a similar parallelogram from one of its corners, arm of sundial, part of a parall...||gnomon|
|(Astronomy) device used to measure altitude and azimuth of any of the objects in the sky (stars, planets, the moon, etc.), surveying instrument, telescope||altazimuth|
|(Biblical) name of God in the Old Testament; one of the modern Christian names of God||Jehovah|
|(Biochemistry) visual purple, photosensitive pigment found in the retina of many vertebrates (breaks down into retinal and opsin upon contact which light), light-sensitive pigment||rhodopsin|
|(Biology) absorbs dyes (about substances, cells, and tissues), (Biology) material that absorbs stains (about substances, cells and tissues)||chromophil|
|(Biology) body of an organism (excluding reproductive cells), all body cells except germ cells, body as distinct from mind, intoxicating drink in Hindu scripture, plant soma is made from||soma|
|(Biology) by mitosis (process of cell division resulting in two identical daughter cells)||mitotically|
|(Biology) cell containing a double set of chromosomes arranged in homologous pairs within its nucleus (most cells in the body are diploids except gametes), with two matched chromosome sets||diploid|
|(Biology) cell which creates gametes, cell that produces reproductive cells, cell producing male or female cells, malaria organism||gametocyte|
|(Biology) containing three or more times the normal number of chromosomes (about cells), cell that has three or more times the usual number of chromosomes (Biology), with multiple chromosomes||polyploid|
|(Biology) dyed only by neutral dyes (about white blood cells)||neutrophilic|
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