adjective see mononucleated

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  • mononucleate — adjective (of a cell) Having a single nucleus …   Wiktionary

  • mononucleate — mono·nu·cle·ate (mon″o nooґkle āt) mononuclear (def. 1) …   Medical dictionary

  • mononucleate — adjective having only one nucleus • Syn: ↑mononuclear • Ant: ↑binucleate (for: ↑mononuclear), ↑trinucleate (for: ↑mononuclear) …   Useful english dictionary

  • mononucleated — also mononucleate adjective Date: 1890 mononuclear …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • satellite cell — (1) Sparse population of mononucleate cells found in close contact with muscle fibres in vertebrate skeletal muscle. Seem normally to be inactive, but may be important in regeneration after damage. May be considered quiescent stem cell. (2) An… …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • mononuclear — /mon euh nooh klee euhr, nyooh / or, by metathesis, / kyeuh leuhr/, adj. 1. Also, mononucleate. Cell Biol. having only one nucleus. 2. Chem. (of hydrocarbons) monocyclic. [1885 90; MONO + NUCLEAR] Pronunciation. See nuclear. * * * …   Universalium

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