Reconsolidation refers to the cellular processes that occur when a memory is brought to mind.
The police traced the calls to cellular towers in Times Square and Madison Square Garden, but got nowhere.
At times, those years feel very far away; Branch once muses on a newfangled “cellular” phone in 1994.
In 2011 cellular companies spent $5.3 billion on global advertising.
Accounts of the prison have come from women who managed to hide their cellular phones, calling relatives to describe their plight.
There were, however, but few prisons in France adapted for the cellular system, and the process of reconstruction has been slow.
In Europe cellular piers of reinforced concrete have been much used.
The only subsequent inconvenience to the bird arose from emphysematous distension of the cellular tissue of the head and neck.
They come from the fatty substance and the cellular membranes.
The last is formed of woody fibre in great quantity, intermixed with cellular tissue.
1753, with reference to cellular tissue, from Modern Latin cellularis "of little cells," from cellula "little cell," diminutive of cella (see cell). Of mobile phone systems (in which the area served is divided into "cells" of a few square miles served by transmitters), 1977. Related: Cellularity.
cellular cel·lu·lar (sěl'yə-lər)
Of, relating to, or resembling a cell.
Consisting of, composed of, or containing a cell or cells.