Do all eukaryotic cells have nucleus and only one nucleus?

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There are eukaryotic cells without a nucleus and others with more than one nucleus. Osteoclasts, the cells responsible for resorption of the osseous matrix, for example, are multinucleate cells; striated muscle fibers are multinucleate too. Red blood cells are an example of enucleated specialized cells.

Dipti KC
Apr 8, 2023
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