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nucleated

 [noo´kle-āt″ed]
having a nucleus or nuclei.

nu·cle·at·ed

(nū'klē-āt'ĕd),
Possessing a nucleus, a characteristic of all true cells.

nucleated

(no͞o′klē-ā′tĭd, nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Having a nucleus or nuclei: the nucleated cell of a spermatozoon.

nu·cle·at·ed

(nū'klē-āt-ĕd)
Provided with a nucleus, a characteristic of all true cells.
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