multinucleate


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mul·ti·nu·cle·ate

 (mŭl′tē-no͞o′klē-ət, -nyo͞o′-, -tī-) also mul·ti·nu·cle·at·ed (-ā′tĭd)
adj.
Having two or more nuclei: the multinucleate cells of skeletal muscle.
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Adj.1.multinucleate - having two or more nuclei
uninucleate - having one nucleus
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Occasionally multinucleate giant cells may be present.
2 cases showed palisading granulomas with abundant epithelioid macrophages and multinucleate giant cells (Figure 2).
Binucleate or multinucleate spindle cells are occasionally present.
The mycelium of the strain F1 grown on PDA usually consisted of an extremely branched complex network of septate, colorless and multinucleate hyphae and its fruiting body that was conidiophores consisted of the chains of conidia that resembled a broom which was an essential feature of Penicillium species (Fig.
ABSTRACT In the summer of 2010, the Damariscotta River Estuary, ME, experienced the first large multinucleate sphere X disease (Haplosporidium nelsoni) outbreak in commercial stocks of the eastern oyster (Crassoslrea virgirtica).
They displayed prominent nuclear pleomorphism with numerous monstrous and multinucleate forms.
Non-septate hyphae is a single multinucleate cells that lack septa.
The Theileria organism was confirmed by detecting multinucleate intracytoplasmic schizonts (koch's blue bodies) in lymphocytes in blood smears as well as in lymph node biopsy smears.
They are called root-knot nematodes, because the resulting giant cells become multinucleate (up to greater than 100 nuclei) and are surrounded by cortical and pericycle cells that divide and proliferate resulting in the development of 'galls' or 'root knots' (Gheysen and Mitchum, 2011).
The cells are uni- or multinucleate, with several parietal chloroplasts that can be discoid or band-shaped, sometimes appearing reticulate.
The fibrous capsule and septations contained a number of multinucleate giant cells as well as hemosiderin-laden macrophages and cellular fibrous tissue containing some bony trabeculae.