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binuclear

 [bi-noo´kle-ar]
having two nuclei.

bi·nu·cle·ar

, binucleate (bī-nū'klē-ăr, -klē-āt),
Having two nuclei.

binuclear

[bīno̅o̅′klē·ər]
Etymology: L, bis, twice, nucleus, nut kernel
having two nuclei, as in the example of a heterokaryon or binucleate hybrid cell. Also called binucleate [bīno̅o̅'klē·āt] .

bi·nu·cle·ar

, binucleate (bī-nū'klē-ăr, -ăt)
Having two nuclei.

binuclear

having two nuclei.
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