large nuclei

large nuclei

[′lärj ′nü·klē‚ī]
(oceanography)
Particles of concentrated seawater or crystalline salt in the marine atmosphere having radii larger than 10-5 centimeter.
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Histopathology was characterized by presence of large number of mast cells with large nuclei and basophilic granular to eosinophilic cytoplasm.
They are called super-heavy elements because they are literally heavy, with very large nuclei.
There is also one generation of large nuclei with modality shift to the right (Figure 3b).
It consisted of nests of cells with abundant cytoplasm and large nuclei.
Large volume, dense cytoplasm and one or two large nuclei are evident in the tapetal cells at this point.
Long handle provides good grip and is very useful to apply sufficient tangential pressure during delivery of large nuclei.
Histological examination showed groups of small cells with large nuclei and small cytoplasms in the dermis, with abnormal mitoses (Figure 2).
But the current thinking is that the subtypes most prone to local recurrence include extensive LCIS with more than 10 involved lobules, LCIS with necrosis, pleomorphic tumors, and lesions containing cells with large nuclei, Dr.
Colleter cells have thin walls, dense cytoplasm, large nuclei, many mitochondria, rough endoplasmic reticulum, and abundant dictyosomes.
The red giants and supergiants produce large nuclei copiously in their interiors, the novae and supernovae do so explosively, and the magnetic stars manufacture heavy elements near their surfaces by the betatron effect.
They often had the round and large nuclei in the center of the cells and reduced acidophilic cytoplasms, generally without granules or with few granules in the cytoplasms (Fig.

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