anuclear

anuclear

 [a-noo´kle-ar]
having no nucleus.

anuclear

(ā″-nū′klē-ăr) [ ¹an- + nuclear]
Of erythrocytes, lacking a nucleus.

anuclear

having no nucleus.
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Byacquiringthe controlling stake in NuGen, which is undertaking anuclear power plantproject close to Sellafield, the plant and electronics maker has a goal to provide three reactors with a net capacity of 3.
Surrounding these anuclear cells, the lipid multilamellar organization is vital to the mechanical and cohesive properties of this external layer, enabling it to function as an effective water barrier.
There's the likes of Southampton councilleaders Royston Smith and Alistair Neill who tackled a killer armed with an automatic rifle on board anuclear submarine, believing he was a terrorist.
The radioactive elements in such anuclear deviceare not likely tokill a significant number of people, but are sufficient to easily damage and contaminate large areas,turning theminto no-go zones.
Anuclear expert who began his career on US submarines was guest of honour at the North Wales EESW awards at the North Wales Theatre in Llandudno.
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Platelets in mammals are anuclear and discoid and can be rapidly depleted.
Embryo morphology was scored from 1 to 5 according to the shape of the blastomeres and the amount of detached anuclear fragments.
Platelets are a particularly appropriate source for donor mtDNA transfer because they contain mitochondria (and hence mtDNA) but are anuclear.
Platelets are anuclear cellular fragments derived from bone marrow megakaryocytes.
Platelets are anuclear cells, smaller than a red blood cell, found in the blood, that play a role in coagulation.