dark cells

dark cells

cells in eccrine sweat glands having many ribosomes and mucoid secretory granules.

dark cells

(dahrk selz)
Inner ear pigmented cells that secrete endolymph.
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Then came the Frost-Spirits, and beneath their cold wings the flowers died, while the Spirits bore Violet to a low, dark cell, saying as they left her, that their King was angry that she had dared to stay when he had bid her go.
Soon they came hastening back, and prayed him to come and see how lovely the dark cell had grown.
And while the Elves wept, he told them how patiently she had toiled, how her fadeless love had made the dark cell bright and beautiful.
Endowed with an iron frame and a stout heart, how would he have disappointed his enemies if they could only have seen, in the dark cell of the Buytenhof, his pale face lit up by the smile of the martyr, who forgets the dross of this earth after having obtained a glimpse of the bright glory of heaven.
Pituicytes, which were specialized glocytes of the posterior pituitary, had five ultrastructural variants: major cells, dark cells, granular cells, ependymal cells, and oncocytic cells.
It inflicts pain solely on those who participate and on their loved ones, in the hopes that their empty stomachs and their sacrifice will help the message resonate beyond the confines of their dark cells.
He also produced sworn statements from two of Ye Gon's co-defendants who said they were beaten, placed handcuffed in dark cells, and forced to kneel on broken glass.
9] Many of the small dark cells contain substance P or calcitonin gene-related peptide, and many of them are nociceptive in function.
Besides, the prisoners are treated like animals in this jail and they are kept in separate and dark cells.
Performances will take visitors into the dark cells below the Great Hall, where convicted criminals would wait to hear their fate.
The product features a black frame, black backsheet, and dark cells in both mono and polycrystalline cell technologies.