nonnucleated


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non·nu·cle·at·ed

(non-nū'klē-āt-ĕd),
Having no nucleus.

nonnucleated

(nŏn-nū′klē-āt″ĕd) [″ + nucleatus, having a kernel]
Containing no nucleus.
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1 mm thick, prepared from melt-compounded blends of HALS-stabilized, nonnucleated propylene homopolymer (HPP) and additive-free ethylene plastomer.
Some keshi (small irregular-shaped nacreous but nonnucleated pearls that form during the culture time after nuclei have been rejected) could also be harvested, but not graded.
As these mtDNA-reconstituted cells were cytoplasmic hybrids (arising through a combination of nucleated and nonnucleated cell preparations), (128) they met criteria for a previously created term, cybrids.
In specimens containing high numbers of nonnucleated cells, e.
Lustiger (25) recently reported that various sorbitol-based additives in metallocene PE resulted in films with higher stiffness along both MD and TD, or reduced/increased stiffness along MD/TD, or the same stiffness as for the nonnucleated polymer.
Platelets are small (2-[micro]m-diameter), nonnucleated blood cells produced in the bone marrow from megakaryocytes.
t] of the nucleated and nonnucleated POM at 424 K, it can be found that the crystallization time of nucleated POM is much shorter than that of non-nucleated POM, indicating that the addition of the nucleating agent attapulgite accelerates the whole crystallization process because the grooves of attapulgite offer nucleation sites for POM.