Let's assume a dichotomy of standard machines versus cellular machines. Today, most machines are non-cellular, and are made up of large, specialized parts that themselves are not made up cells, and may be homogenous in internal structure (i.e., they aren't made up of any molecular mechanisms). What is the adjectival term that describes non-cellular mechanisms composed of macroscopic components, to counter the term "cellular machine"?
I could use a term like "non-cellular mechanism" but is there one more descriptive than describing what it is not?
(Context: I have beings in one of my stories that are wholly bionic on a cellular scale, but on a standard scale are "biomimetic" in a way so they appear fully organic. But there are some that visually indicate their techno-organic nature due to "growths" and mechanisms that are not made up of cells. A counter-term to "cellular mechanism" will be useful to me in writing about these entities.)