Openian hēafodlic getæl

Līfclēofa (ēac ānfealdlīce clēofa gehāten and on Nīwenglisce cell gehāten) is grundlicost dǣl līfes. Hē wæs ǣrest fram Roberte Hooke onfunden, and hē is grundlicost dǣl eallra gecūðra libbendra wihta. Hē is se lǣsta dǣl līfes þe is tōmearcod swā "libbende", and is hwīlum þæt "līftimber" gehāten. [1] Suma wihta, tō bȳsne se mǣsta dǣl stengwihta, habbaþ efne ānne līfclēofan; ōðra wihta, tō bȳsne menn habbaþ manige clēofan. (Menn habbaþ fornēan 1014 (þe is fornēan ān hund þūsenda þūsenda þūsenda þūsenda) clēofena; gewunelicu lifclēofan micelness is tīenra smælmetera; gewunelic līfclēofan wiht is ānes dweorgsāmpeninges). Se mǣsta gecūða clēofa is unsǣdod strȳtan æges clēofa, þe hæfþ wiht þreora and þreora tēoðena punda.[2][3]

FrumanĀdihtan

  1. Cell Movements and the Shaping of the Vertebrate Body in Chapter 21 of Molecular Biology of the Cell fourth edition, edited by Bruce Alberts (2002) published by Garland Science.
    The Alberts text discusses how the "cellular building blocks" move to shape developing embryos. It is also common to describe small molecules such as amino acids as "molecular building blocks".
  2. Campbell, Neil A.; Brad Williamson; Robin J. Heyden (2006). Biology: Exploring Life. Boston, Massachusetts: Pearson Prentice Hall. ISBN 0-13-250882-6. 
  3. Mitzi Perdue. Facts about Birds and Eggs. Begieten on 2010-04-15.