karyoplasm

NOUN
  1. the protoplasm that constitutes the nucleus of a cell
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How To Use karyoplasm In A Sentence

  • Its structure is that of an ordinary cell-nucleus, viz., it consists of a reticulum or karyomitome, the meshes of which are filled with karyoplasm, while connected with, or imbedded in, the reticulum are a number of chromatin masses or chromosomes, which may present the appearance of a skein or may assume the form of rods or loops. I. Embryology. 2. The Ovum
  • Its structure is that of an ordinary cell-nucleus, viz., it consists of a reticulum or karyomitome, the meshes of which are filled with karyoplasm, while connected with, or imbedded in, the reticulum are a number of chromatin masses or chromosomes, which may present the appearance of a skein or may assume the form of rods or loops. I. Embryology. 2. The Ovum
  • In fixed cells the nucleus seems to consist of a clear substance or karyoplasm and a network or karyomitome. I. Embryology. 1. The Animal Cell
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