uninucleate

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Antonyms for uninucleate

having one nucleus

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1, mature oocyst surrounded by outer layer (OL) and inner layer (IL) membrane and containing four sporocysts (SPC); 2, mature oocysts containing sporocysts (SPC) and free sporozoites (SP); 3, uninucleated (UN) and premature meront (PM); 4, infection of epithelial cell by two parasites, meront (M) and macrogamont (Ma), the host cell is displaced into the lumen but still attached to the underlying epithelium via a stalk- like structure.
Malignant giant cells are discohesive; uninucleated or multinucleated; have moderate to abundant, dense, eosinophilic cytoplasm; often show emperipolesis by polymorphonuclear leukocytes or lymphocytes; and are typically anaplastic, with many bizarre forms.
In bone marrow, megaloblastoid changes, multinuclearity, nuclear budding and bridging in erythroblasts, hypogranulation in granulocytic series, micromegakaryocytes, uninucleated and binucleated forms, and cytoplasmic vacuolation in megakaryocytes were the common dysplastic features.
When the main spikes reached the size of development in which uninucleated microspores could be cytologically identified in the anthers of central flowers, these spikes were asseptically cleaned with a 70% ethanol and a 10 days pretreatment at 4[degrees]C, in dark, was made; 36 anthers from 12 central flowers of each spike (three anthers/flower, 324 anthers/genotype), were cultured on modified Hunter medium (HUNTER, 1985).
It is unlikely that such cells were uninucleated sexual embryo sacs, since degenerated megaspores were never observed and the nucleus and nucleolus of those cells were markedly larger than those of normally reduced megaspores.