Recall examples of multinucleated cells.

A multinucleated cell, a type of cell with many nuclei. Nuclei are formed when only the nucleus repeatedly divides in a cell, and the cell as a whole and its membrane remain the same. Such cells consist, for example, of striated muscle fiber; they form a tissue known as syncytium (cohesion). Multicore cells are also found in some algae and fungi.

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