anucleate


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anucleate

without a nucleus or nuclei.
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Nucleated superficial cells and anucleate superficial cells presented a polygonal shape, with presence of an intact or pyknotic nucleus in the latter.
Comeocytes are polyhedral, anucleate entities without cytoplasmic organelles, interlocked with each other and organized as vertical columns of 10-30 cells.
Platelets are anucleate discoid-shaped cell fragments derived from the cytoplasm of bone marrow megakaryocytes playing a pivotal role in hemostasis and thrombosis (Guerrero et al.
Platelets, which are anucleate cell fragments derived from megakaryocytes formed in the bone marrow, plug the rupture by aggregating and adhering to the broken blood vessel.
Embryos were scored according to the number, size of the blastomeres and the amount of anucleate fragmentation: type 1, embryos had equal-sized blastomeres and anucleate fragmentation; type 2, embryos had blastomeres unequal in size and less than 20% fragmentation; type 3, embryos had 20%-50% fragmentation; and type 4, embryos had greater than 50% fragmentation.
Birth of infant after transfer of anucleate donor oocyte cytoplasm into recipient eggs.
Although platelets are anucleate, they do contain mRNAs and are capable of protein synthesis [89].
Ghost cells are considered the pathognomonic feature and are anucleate squamous cells with a central unstained region.
Among lepidopterans, some of the sperm transferred is apryene or anucleate, and these are also suggested to be used for female nourishment (Boggs 1995).
This, together with mammalian anucleate, 5-10 micron diameter, blood cells observed on glass slides (Figure 4D), suggests that the source of blood may be associated with the accidental cutting of a hand during use in the past.
Platelets are circulating anucleate disc shaped cells that are responsible for the initiation of primary hemostasis, which repair injury to the vascular endothelium.
The abundant anucleate (dead) keratin squames account for the flaky, pearly-white otoscopic (gross) appearance of cholesteatomas.