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Nucleoplasm. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Karyoplasm) ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...
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Information about karyoplasm in the free online English dictionary and ... karyoplasm. the substance forming the nucleus of a cell. — karyoplasmic, ...
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karyoplasm synonyms. karyoplasm usage examples and karyoplasm quotes. ... Retrieved August 10th, 2009, from www.yourdictionary.com/karyoplasm. Comments: ...
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Definition of karyoplasmic from Webster's New World ... karyoplasm. karyoplasm. karyophage. karyon. karyomorphism. karyomicrosome. karyolysis. karyolymph ...
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Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "karyoplasm" is defined. ... karyoplasm: American Heritage Dictionary of the English ...
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What is karyoplasm? Meaning of karyoplasm medical term. What does karyoplasm mean? ... karyoplasm. karyoplasmic ratio. karyoplast. karyopyknosis ...
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nucleoplasm n. The protoplasm of a cell nucleus. Also called karyoplasm . nucleoplasmic nu ' cleoplas ' mic or nu ' cleoplasmat ' ic
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kar·y·o·plas·m (k ă r` ĭ * ō̍ *pl ă z''m) , kar·y·o·plas·ma ... Word Tutor: karyoplasm. Top. Home > Library > Literature & Language > Spelling & Usage ...
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karyoplasm - Biological definition of karyoplasm from A Dictionary of Biology at Encyclopedia.com ... karyoplasm See nucleoplasm. Cite this article ...
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Karyoplasm - Definition of Karyoplasm at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... Karyoplasm Definition. Find Definitions For Any Word.Get Your Free ...
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which are the phosphates and chlorides of potassium, sodium, and calcium. ... seems to consist of a clear substance or karyoplasm and a network or karyomitome. ...
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Word: karyoplasm. n. the protoplasm that constitutes the nucleus of a cell. PROTOTYPE PAGE, Source: WordNet ...
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Karyoplasm,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... (Redirected from Karyoplasm) ... AKA: karyolymph, karyoplasm ...
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... by transplanting young O macronuclear karyoplasm (a part of the macronucleus) ... by transfer of young O macronuclear karyoplasm from a conjugant, 3-4 hr ...
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The protoplasm composing the nucleus of a cell; karyoplasm. ... karyoplasm. DEFINITION: The nucleoplasm, or protoplasm of the nucleus of a cell. ...
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... proteins of dual location in the karyoplasm and the desmosomal plaque. ... plakophilin 2 is also enriched in the karyoplasm of a wide range of cell types, ...
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Buffer-extractable fractions from the karyoplasm of stage IV–VI oocytes contain ... "ooplasms," and thus the parallel analysis of both karyoplasm and cytoplasm (cf. ...
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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. ... karyoplasm describes the protoplasm of cell nucleus [edit] See also. Cell. Cell nucleus ...
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