Arrangement Cellular

∞ generated and posted on 2016.01.14 ∞

Grouping of clonally related cells into specific orientations often but always consisting of a specific number of cells.

Note that cellular arrangements form generally by cells not separating following division rather than cells coming together after being separated. Examples of cellular arrangements include diplococci, streptococci, sphaphylococci, tetrads, and sarcina.