Cell(s) may refer to:

In science:
* Cell (biology), the basic organizational unit of all living organisms
* "Cell" (journal), a scientific journal
* Cell (geometry), a three-dimensional element that is part of a higher-dimensional object.
* Storm cell, an updraft region in a thunderstorm
* A basic unit of a cellular automaton

In technology:
* Cell (EDA), a term used in electronic circuit design schematics
* Cell (microprocessor), a microprocessor architecture developed by Sony, Toshiba, and IBM
* Electrochemical cell, a device for extracting electricity from chemical reactions, often used as part of a battery
* An individual production area in cellular manufacturing
* An area of radio coverage in a cellular network
** An informal name for a cellular telephone
* A fixed-length packet in a cell relay communication network, such as ATM

In music:
* Cell (music), a rhythmic, melodic, motivic, or intervallic group, set, or figure
* Cell (band), a rock band
* "Cells" (album), a 1998 electronic music album by Cex

In fiction:
* "Cell" (novel), a 2006 horror novel by Stephen King
* Cell (comics), a Marvel comic book character
* Cell ("Dragon Ball"), a character in "Dragon Ball" media

In society:
* Prison cell, a room used to hold people in prisons
* A unit of a clandestine cell system, a penetration-resistant form of a secret or outlawed organization
* A group of people in a cell church

In data modeling:
* Table cell, the intersection of a row and a column in a table of information.

See also

* The Cell (disambiguation)
* Cellular (disambiguation)
* CEL (disambiguation)

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