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binuclear

[bī′nü·klē·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having two nuclei.
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In some of the specimens, regenerative changes such as anisocytosis and presence of binucleate cells were also noted in the experimental animals.
Thus, IFNT expression is limited to the peri-attachment period, during which the blastocyst begins to elongate, while up to approximately 20% of trophoblast cells form binucleate cells (Xie et al.
New anastomosis groups, AG-T and AG-U, of binucleate Rhizoctonia spp causing root and stem rot of cut-flower and miniature roses.
There were scattered apoptotic cells, few binucleate cells, and multifocal areas of necrosis within the mass.
A microscopical study of uterine lining modification, binucleate cell numbers and trophoblastic development, at 14, 20 and 24 of day gestation in single and multiple pregnancies in sheep.
CBPI was calculated as (number mononucleate cells + 2x number binucleate cells + 3x number poiynucleate cells) + total number of cells.
4] M) alone had no effect on the observed frequency of micronucleated binucleate cells, whereas mitomycin C (1.
Although much of the surface area of these placentas fits the epitheliochorial structure, large binucleate cells from the trophectoderm migrate into the underlying endometrial epithelium and establish direct contact with the basement membrane.
In some species, this binucleate microgametophyte is the mature pollen.
Role of antibiosis in biological control of Pythium ultimum by binucleate Rhizoctonia.
Failure in cytokinesis or asymmetric cytokinesis results in formation of binucleate blastomeres that leads to tetraploidy or spindle pole abnormalities and thus chromosomal chaos (16).