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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of nucleated

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of nucleated:

Derived Form of nucleated

root word: nucleate
third person: nucleates
past: nucleated
past participle: nucleated
present participle: nucleating
comparitive: more nucleated
superlative: most nucleated
Verb: nucleate
form into a nucleus
Type ofbecame, turned,
See alsonucleus,
having a nucleus or occurring in the nucleus
See alsonucleus,

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  1. they get creative. They create nucleated cells, nucleated cells are young, they do the same
  2. Outside the nucleated village, theres a field of several hundred acres, divided into
  3. appears to be one this is a great example of a nucleated snow storm I
  4. example of a nucleated snowstorm I don't know how many of you heard of this 100
  5. It really...everything is nucleated around that F helix.
  6. are expressed by virtually all nucleated cells in the body so therefore virtually
  7. all nucleated cells are protected by the immune system against infection
  8. shortly. And these nucleated cells,
  9. Looks like a nucleated RBC.
  10. nucleated cells.
  11. Perform a nucleated cell count.
  12. to form mature multi-nucleated osteoclasts.
  13. including osteoclasts, which are multi-nucleated cells
  14. by multi-nucleated cells known as osteoclasts.
  15. So, microtubules are nucleated throughout the spindle,
  16. And then how are they nucleated?
  17. Particularly, how are microtubules nucleated?
  18. where microtubules are nucleated,
  19. Cyte-- large, nucleated cells.
  20. into an E-nucleated egg, and then a tadpole emerge,