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The cell is the structural and functional unit of all known living organisms. It is the smallest unit of an organism that is classified as living, and is often called the building brick of life. Some organisms, such as most...
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Cork (phellem) is a non-living, water-resistant, protective tissue that ... A mature cork cell is non-living and has cell walls that are composed of a waxy ...
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The Nikon MicroscopyU Confocal Image Gallery features digital image sequences captured using a Nikon PCM-2000 confocal ... Cork cells are genetically ...
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Cork,cell,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... or ranks of cork, secondary xylem or secondary phloem cells. ...
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Food and Cooking question: Is a cork cell nonliving or living? ... A cork cell is living when it is part of a living cork tree, but when the tree ...
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Discover the beauty of colored cork ... Cork's cellular structure is made up of millions of ... The unique cell construction of cork provides this property. ...
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The periderm is composed of cork cells (phellem) that have thick walls ... Cork cells are not very strong, and therefor are continually added to the plant as ...
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... Hooke adopted the term "cell" to describe the tiny chambers he found in cork. ... Shown here is Hooke's representation of cork cells. Artist's Book ...
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Next (Cell Church) Drawing of the structure of cork as it appeared under ... 1665: Robert Hooke discovers cells in cork, then in living plant tissue using an ...
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cork cambium n. A lateral ring of meristematic tissue found in woody seed plants, producing cork on the ... as the meristematic cell layer responsible for the ...
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Synonyms for cork cambium are bark cambium, pericambium or phellogen. ... is defined as the meristematic cell layer responsible for the development of the periderm. ...
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Cork has been recognized throughout the centuries for its beauty, durability and ... Cork is made of millions of cork cells - each cell functioning as a miniature ...
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Although cork is the bark of a living tree, it is actually a conglomeration of dead cells. ... One cubic centimeter of cork contains about 40 million cells. ...
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Boiling allows individual cork cells to fully expand into a tight "honeycomb" cell structure. ... This makes the cork plank flatter, smoother, more pliable and ...
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... course he saw only cell walls because cork cells are dead and without protoplasm. ... Hooke's Microscope Hooke's drawing of Cork Cells ...
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Cork flooring offers wonderful thermal and acoustical insulating properties ... When cork floors are subjected to pressure, the gas in the cells is compressed ...
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Cork has a unique honeycomb cell structure. ... Cork is lightweight. It has a low density because the ... As the cork is cut, millions of cells are ruptured. ...
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Part A : Observing Cork Cells/ Plant Cells/Animal Cells ... Size of cork cell : ... Example : Cell Sample Size Colors Shape Alive or Dead. Cork ...
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Cork is a natural product. Each cell contains an air-like gas the cell walls ... alveolar cell structure but from openings – pores – in the cork tissue, called ...
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