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Cell may refer to:

Closed spaces

Groups of people

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Lymphocyte cell division

Contributed by Beth Wiecher

The surface of the tongue is composed of multiple specialized cells. I incorrectly labeled the image below, captured by a scanning electron micrograph, as taste buds when the image is actually showing mechanical cells called filiform papillae found on the dorsal surface. The keratinized stratified squamous epithelial cells are devouid of taste receptors (taste buds) and elongated into thick dense cones.

Contributed by Beth Wiecher

taste buds

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Eukariotic Cell Cytoskeleton

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human fibroblast cells with intracellular proteins

Contributed by Beth Wiecher

Peptidergic Neural Cell

Contributed by Jessica Kalmazu Stimely

Pancreatic Duct Cell

Contributed by Jessica Kalmazu Stimely

Duct Cell

Contributed by Jessica Kalmazu Stimely

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