A megakaryocyte:

  1. is characterised by a single, large nucleus.
  2. gives rise to trabecular bone.
  3. is a type of haematopoietic cell.
  4. is typically found in yellow bone marrow.

I believe it is (1), although some sources state there are multiple nuclei, I believe that the megakaryocyte nucleus is actually just lobed and not multiple seperate nuclei. Is this correct?

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