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binuclear

[bī′nü·klē·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having two nuclei.
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Protection of potato from Rhizoctonia canker by binucleate Rhizoctonia fungi.
Binucleate Rhizoctonia isolates control damping-off caused by Pythium ultimum var.
Biocontrol of Rhizoctonia solani by binucleate Rhizoctonia spp.
The presence of plasmacytoid and binucleate forms suggests a diagnosis of PEN, as does the presence of scattered atypical large cells (so-called endocrine atypia).
We examined 1,000 binucleate cells for each subject on coded slides (the same scorer in Barcelona and Bulgaria), and the total numbers of MN and the frequency of binucleate cells with MN (BNMN) were scored.
Induction of micronucleated and binucleate cells in Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells by cis-diaminedichloroplatinum (11): a morphological and morphometric study.
The origin of binucleate and large mononucleate cells in the liver of the rat.
Most cells were mature and had occasional binucleate forms, Russell bodies, and mitoses.
Binucleate cells with prominent eosinophilic nucleoli consistent with Reed-Sternberg cells were frequently noted (Figure 3, b).
However, among those 40-59 years of age, both the number of micronuclei/1,000 binucleate cells and the percentage of cells with micronuclei were statistically significantly elevated among those who lived within a mile of the Farm Chemicals site compared to those who lived farther away (number of micronuclei/1000 binucleate cells [is less than] 1 mile of Farm Chemicals: 21, n = 25; [is greater than] 1 mile from Farm Chemicals: 16, n = 92, p = 0.
Scorers noted the total number of micronuclei per 1,000 binucleates as well as the percentage of cells that contained micronuclei.