And similarly for the nucleated red blood corpuscles of lower animals.
The red blood corpuscles of the rabbit, it may be added, are nucleated for a considerable portion of embryonic life.
Traced back to its earliest state, the nettle arises, as the man does, in a particle of nucleated protoplasm.
Thus a nucleated mass of protoplasm turns out to be what may be termed the structural unit of the human body.
Amongst the yolk-segments are placed a fair number of nucleated bodies of a very characteristic appearance.
The polychromatophil degeneration can frequently be observed in nucleated red blood corpuscles, particularly in the megaloblasts.
On the one hand, there is what we might call the true village or the nucleated village.
nucleated red corpuscles form a constant constituent of leukæmic blood.
Eosinophil cells and nucleated red blood corpuscles were entirely absent.
Any nucleated red cell, but especially the megaloblast, may exhibit polychromatophilia.
nucleated nu·cle·at·ed (nōō'klē-ā'tĭd, nyōō'-)
Having a nucleus or nuclei.
nucleate nu·cle·ate (nōō'klē-āt', -ĭt, nyōō'-)
Nucleated. v. nu·cle·at·ed, nu·cle·at·ing, nu·cle·ates (-āt')
To form into a nucleus.
To serve or act as a nucleus for.
To provide a nucleus for.