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1. Vesicle
* A bubble within the cell which is surrounded by cell membrane material and is formed by pinching off part of the cell membrane. Vesicles contain particles which the cell is importing ( endocytosis ), or waste products and secretions which the cell is exporting ( exocytosis ). * A small (less than one centimeter in diameter), fluid-filled skin lesion, usually raised; a blister.

2. Vesicle
A bladder-like sac or cavity filled with gas or liquid.

3. Vesicles
Small membrane-bound spaces in most plant and animal cells that transport macromolecules into and out of the cell and carry materials between organelles in the cell.

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