verb (used with object), de·nu·cle·ar·ized, de·nu·cle·ar·iz·ing. to remove nuclear weapons from (a country, region, etc.). to prohibit the deployment or construction of nuclear weapons in (a country, region, etc.). Also especially British, de·nu·cle·ar·ise .
adj. Deprived of a nucleus.
Multinucleate cells (multinucleated or polynuclear cells) are eukaryotic cells that have more than one nucleus per cell, i.e., multiple nuclei share one common cytoplasm. … For example, slime molds have a vegetative, multinucleate life stage called a plasmodium.
transitive verb. 1a : to introduce immunologically active material (such as an antibody or antigen) into especially in order to treat or prevent a disease inoculate children against diphtheria. b : to introduce a microorganism into inoculate mice with anthrax beans inoculated with nitrogen-fixing bacteria.
: to take (something) away from (someone or something) : to not allow (someone or something) to have or keep (something) The change in her status deprived her of access to classified information. The new environmental law will deprive some fishermen of their livelihood. They’re depriving him of a chance to succeed.
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: having more than two nuclei a multinucleated macrophage multinucleated muscle fibers — compare binucleate, uninucleate.
Filamentous fungi are characterized by long, often multinucleate, hyphae that grow by tip extension. However, in many species these hyphae are also capable of branching and fusing to create an interconnected network (Figure 1A) . … (A) Hyphal compartments of the ascomycete fungus Neurospora crassa are multinucleate.
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variolation, obsolete method of immunizing patients against smallpox by infecting them with substance from the pustules of patients with a mild form of the disease (variola minor).
The act or an instance of inoculating, especially the introduction of an antigenic substance or vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.
Deprived people or people from deprived areas do not have the things that people consider to be essential in life, for example acceptable living conditions or education. … probably the most severely deprived children in the country.
Being deprived means lacking important things like food and water. For example, when warm clothing, housing, and nutrition are in short supply, the people are deprived of basics of life. You can use the adjective deprived to describe conditions or people who don’t have what they need or don’t have enough.
1 : to take something away from deprived him of his professorship— J. M. Phalen the risk of injury when the brain is deprived of oxygen. 2 : to withhold something from deprived a citizen of her rights.
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Though Japan occupied Korea for an entire generation, the Korean people didn’t submit passively to Japanese rule. Throughout the occupation, protest movements pushed for Korean independence. In 1919, the March First Movement proclaimed Korean independence and more than 1,500 demonstrations broke out.
A Unified Korea
For centuries before the division, the peninsula was a single, unified Korea, ruled by generations of dynastic kingdoms.
adj. Having two or more nuclei.
Multinucleated giant cells (MNGCs) are a special class of giant cell formed by the fusion of monocytes/macrophages abundantly found in human tissues.
Heterokaryotic refers to cells where two or more genetically different nuclei share one common cytoplasm. It is the antonym of homokaryotic. This is the stage after Plasmogamy, the fusion of the cytoplasm, and before Karyogamy, the fusion of the nuclei. It is neither 1n nor 2n.
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