Nanochondria

 

Nanomachines existing inside living cells, participating in their biochemistry (like mitochondria) and/or assembling various structures. See also nanosome. [Ken Clements 1996]

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A computer with parts built on a molecular scale

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A computer made from components (mechanical, electronic, or otherwise) on a nanometer scale.

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Nanomachines existing inside living cells, participating in their biochemistry (like mitochondria) and/or assembling various structures. See also nanosome. [Ken Clements, 1996]

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Nanomachines existing inside living cells, participating in their biochemistry (like mitochondria) and/or assembling various structures. See also nanosome. [Ken Clements 1996]

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Nanomachines existing inside living cells, participating in their biochemistry (like mitochondria) and/or assembling various structures. See also nanosome. [Ken Clements 1996]

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Any small, nanometer-scale programmable computers that govern the functions of a nanobot or nanolect.

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