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bi·nu·cle·ar

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

binucleate

(bī-no͞o′klē-ĭt, -āt′, -nyo͞o′-) also

binucleated

(-ā′tĭd) or

binuclear

(-klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Having two nuclei.

binucleated

adjective Having or referring to 2 nuclei.

bi·nu·cle·ar

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

binucleate

having two NUCLEI.
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The glycosylation of pregnancy-associated glycoproteins and prolactin-related protein-I in bovine binucleate trophoblast giant cells changes before parturition.
Consistent with Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) guideline T487 (OECD 2010), data were included only for subjects with at least 1,000 BN lymphocytes counted (except for two mothers and two children, where 985, 986, 995, and 997 binucleates were counted).
Some fields may show binucleate cartilage cells, indicating a process of amitotic division, but most are monocellular and mononucleate.
The presence of binucleate hepatocytes in the livers of groups II, III and IV is an evidence of liver cell unrest, probably as a reaction to a toxic agent in the oil.
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Most fungi related to IAQ, especially those associated with disease, belong to the Dikaryomycetes family (characterized by a binucleate multicellular stage preceding nuclear fission).
Binucleate cells (BNC) appear in trophoblast of sheep and cow conceptuses by d 16 and 19, respectively and migrate into the uterine LE soon thereafter.
Sections of archegonia clearly demonstrated a short neck, a binucleate neck canal cell and an egg for each archegonium (Fig.
Sanerkin2 initially described the presence of numerous binucleate and multinucleated giant cells in fine-needle aspirates.
This ultimately resulted in the formation of binucleate cells.