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binuclear

[bī′nü·klē·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having two nuclei.
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On the other side, the regular, cylindrical, and hexagonally ordered pores around 80 [Angstrom] of SiSBA support may suppress the formation of inactive binuclear complexes, resulting in stable active sites and high activity in ethylene polymerization.
Daily total microscopy analysis of preparations during each of one-month experiments revealed appearance of binuclear and tetranuclear cells that composed up to 20% of all cell number of root apices during outbursts of GMF (Figure 1a).
1985, " Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Binuclear Molybdenum Carbonyl Complexes with Bridging [alpha], [alpha]'-diimine Ligands," Inorganica Chimica Acta, 104(1), pp 47-50.
MONO AND BINUCLEAR COPPER COMPLEXES OF SALICYLIDENE SCHIFF BASES:
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Extensive published research on enzyme active site structures such as those found in hemerythrin, ribonucleotide reductase, methane monooxygenase and many other enzymes reveals the presence of binuclear metallic cores, many of which are carboxylate-bridged (refs.
MONO AND BINUCLEAR COPPER COMPLEXES OF SALICYLIDENE SCHIFF BASES: SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MESOGENIC PROPERTIES