American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having a nucleus or nuclei: the nucleated cell of a spermatozoon.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as nucleate.
- In phys., in a state of nucleation: said of a vapor, portions of which have condensed in the form of minute globules about suspended nuclei.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having a nucleus; nucleate.
- adj. having a nucleus or occurring in the nucleus
“Identification and characterization of the cell defect further corroborated our earlier general hypothesis that ubiquitination signals proteins for degradation, and that it also occurs in nucleated cells, a finding we had already demonstrated in Haifa, albeit indirectly”
“At Stanford my students and I have continued work on superfluid and solid 3He, studying how the B superfluid phase is nucleated from the higher temperature A phase and diverse properties of magnetically ordered solid 3He in two and three dimensions.”
“To be extra "nucleated", we could deposit all the Chinese-made children's toys at ground zero, thus doubling our effectiveness.”
“This nucleated cell was apparently the progenitor of all "higher" forms of life, including plants and animals.”
“This is a good example of a nucleated dwarf galaxy.”
“Tiny, ancient single-nucleated life at the bottom, scaling toward complex warm-blooded air breathers at the top.”
“It took a further billion years for these organisms to evolve nucleated, organelle containing cells - to become amoebae if you like.”
“Striated muscle tissue consists of bundles of fibers called fasiculi made up of long nucleated cells with myofibrils in alternating dark and light bands that give them a striped appearance.”
“This is a multi-nucleated algae cell, probably of the species Valonia.”
“Lastly, using antibodies that we raised against ubiquitin with the help of Arthur Haas, we found that the ubiquitin system is involved in degradation of abnormal, short-lived proteins in hepatoma cells, demonstrating that the system is not limited to the terminally differentiating reticulocyte, but is probably distributed "universally" in nucleated mammalian cells, playing an important role in maintaining the cell's quality control, by removing abnormal proteins.”
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