anucleolate

Literally, having no nucleoli. An anucleolate mutant of Xenopus (viable when heterozygous) is used in nuclear transplantation experiments because nuclei are of identifiable origin.

anucleolate

<cell biology> Literally, having no nucleoli. An anucleolate mutant of Xenopus (viable when heterozygous) is used in nuclear transplantation experiments because nuclei are of identifiable origin. ... (13 Jan 1998) ...
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