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nuclei

 [noo´kle-i] (L.)
plural of nucleus.

nu·cle·i

(nū'klē-ī),
Plural of nucleus.

nuclei

(no͞o′klē-ī′, nyo͞o′-)
n.
A plural of nucleus.

nu·cle·i

(nū'klē-ī)
Plural of nucleus.
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The researchers found that the number of mature neurons in the basal and accessory basal nuclei increased from childhood to adulthood in neurotypical development, which coincided with a decrease of immature neurons within the paralaminar nucleus.
However, accurate recognition for normal and HCC nuclei still remains a significant challenge because of two main reasons.
As protons are added to nuclei, they fill orbitals in a sequential manner, according to the energy levels of the orbitals.
That symmetry dictates that the nuclei of atoms can be one of just three shapes-spherical, discus or rugby ball.
Astrophysicists already knew that active galactic nuclei could accumulate gas over several billion years.
The intermediate tier of nuclei comprises of the intermediate periventricular nucleus (Ipv), intermediocentral nucleus (Ice), intermedioposterior (Ipo), nucleus intermediolateral (IL) nucleus and nucleus rotundus.
"This finding was totally unexpected because the nuclei, more fragile than protons, tend to disintegrate into protons on their long journey through space.
There is a dearth of information on the order of magnitude of phases like [[phi].sub.M1.sup.s] and [[phi].sub.E1.sup.p] for epithermal neutron capture in medium-to-heavy nuclei. It has been recognized that they are very small at these energies and so they have been ignored (see, for example, p.
Conference on Nuclei at the Limits (2004: Argonne, Illinois) Ed.
IN FEBRUARY 2004, South Korean researchers created the first cloned human embryos by installing nuclei from adult cells into human eggs whose nuclei had been removed.