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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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In postnatal ontogenesis multiplication of hepatocytes is characterized by alternation of acytokinetic and completed mitosis that properly led to uni- and binuclear state.
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Temor a que sus parejas no logren equilibrarse ante las multiples exigencias y responsabilidades--economicas y distribucion de tiempo--que implica conformar un sistema binuclear con hijos en ambos grupos familiares, perjudicando a su nucleo familiar.
In the present work, a macrocyclic binuclear monometallic Copper complex has been synthesized and has been ionically bonded with zirconium pillared montmorillonite.
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On the other side, the regular, cylindrical, and hexagonally ordered pores around 80 [Angstrom] of SiSBA support may suppress the formation of inactive binuclear complexes, resulting in stable active sites and high activity in ethylene polymerization.
Daily total microscopy analysis of preparations during each of one-month experiments revealed appearance of binuclear and tetranuclear cells that composed up to 20% of all cell number of root apices during outbursts of GMF (Figure 1a).
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However, when implantation site must be discriminated in a small sample, immunohistochemistry is useful in detecting residual mononuclear and binuclear intermediate trophoblastic cells with cytologic similarities to the decidual cells in the curettage tissue devoid of chorionic villi and typical syncytiotrophoblasts.