Plasma

Science / Chemistry / Plasma: 1. In biology, the fluid in which blood cells or lymph cells are suspended. 2. A gaslike state of matter consisting of positively charged ions, free electrons, and neutral particles. Plasma is found in stars, the sun, the solar wind, lightning, and fire.

Plasma Display

Technology / Television (TV) / Plasma Display: A Plasma TV Display uses hundreds-of-thousands of miniature, embedded cells to produce a picture. Each cell equals one pixel, (picture element) and has three sub-cells. The three sub-cells are filled MORE

Gas Plasma

Technology / Home Audio / Gas Plasma: Gas plasma emitters are a type of Horn Driver wherein a plasma or ionized gas field is developed and then propelled between two electrostatic grids. The onrushing gas is then compacted or dispersed in MORE

Plasma Cells

Science / Biology / Plasma Cells: Cells produced from B cells that synthesize and release antibodies. MORE

Channels

Science / Biology / Channels: Transport proteins that act as gates to control the movement of sodium and potassium ions across the plasma membrane of a nerve cell. MORE

B Cells

Science / Biology / B Cells: Type of lymphocyte responsible for antibody-mediated immunity; mature in the bone marrow and circulate in the circulatory and lymph systems where they transform into antibody-producing plasma cells wh MORE

Digestion

Science / Biology / Digestion: The process of breaking down food into its molecular and chemical components so that these nutrient molecules can cross plasma membranes. MORE

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