In the study carried out in potato (Finetti Sialer, 1990), the syncytium
nuclei were usually hypertrophied, containing prominent nucleoli; two or three nuclei were observed in some cells.
may propagate to the Purkinje network, nerve
typically comprises of around 200 cells with many nuclei and enormous hypertrophy of the syncytial elements, which leads to an enlargement of the feeding site, usually the region nearest to the head of the nematode (Fig.
In the terminal villi we observed focal stromal edema, capillary angiomatosis, and thinning of syncytium
Perhaps it was a communal entity or a megametaorganism in the sense of a modern syncytium
(the result of multiple cell fusions) and a modern coenocyte (the result of multiple cell divisions).
The outer syncytium
of the worm lacked nuclei, which were below the surface.
--osteocytes are found in the bone at the level of the mineralized matrix, connected by their extensions, among themselves and with bone lining cells, therewith forming the so-called osteocyte syncytium
representing the receptor organ for the mechanical forces which, by acting on the bone, determine the initiation of the remodelling process.
NB-2 and NB-64 are "drug-like" molecules and significantly inhibit HIV-1 mediated syncytium
formation and the six-helix bundle formation between NHR and CHR.
Underlying the basal cuticle was the hypodermal tissue, which, for the most part in a healthy worm, consisted of a single large syncytium
, in which the internal architectures were clear, compact, and well organized (Figure 3(c)).
is typically infiltrated by neutrophils, and true nuclear atypia is not seen.