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Sigma KEE - cellShape

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(documentation cellShape EnglishLanguage "Bacteria (Bacterium) and Archaea (ArchaelCell) are classified by direct examination with the light microscope according to their morphology and arrangement. The basic morphologies are Spheres (coccus) and round-ended or rod-shaped Cylinders (bacillus). But there may be others such as helically twisted cylinders (spirochetes), cylinders curved in one plane (selenomonads) and unusual morphologies (such as the square, flat box-shaped cells of the archaean genus Haloquadratum). Arrangements include pairs, tetrads, clusters, chains and palisades. [from Wikipedia]") VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 357-365
(subclass cellShape BinaryPredicate) VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 351-351
(subrelation cellShape shape) VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 352-352

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(domain 2 cellShape ShapeAttribute) VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 354-354
(domainSubclass 1 cellShape Cell) VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 353-353
(format EnglishLanguage cellShape "%1 cells are shaped like a %2") VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 355-355


    (instance ?C Cell)
            (cellShape ?C Sphere)
            (cellShape ?C Cylinder)) Likely))
VirusProteinAndCellPart.kif 367-373

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