Glossary for The BioPharm Guide to Fermentation and Cell Culture
...ausing them to exhibit signs of disease.
cytoplasm The protoplasm of a cell outside the nucleus (inside the nucleus is
it called nucleoplasm
). Protoplasm is a semifluid, viscous, translucent mixture of
water, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and inorganic salts found in all plant...
Similar to the cytoplasm of a cell , the nucleus contains nucleoplasm
. The nucleoplasm
is a highly viscous solid containing the chromosomes and nucleoli.
Chromosomes contain information encoded in DNA attached to proteins called histones and are usually arranged in to a dense net...
...tin . (6) Nucleus. (7) Endoplasmic reticulum. (8) nucleoplasm
The whole structure is surrounded by cytoplasm....cleoli surrounded by a fibrous matrix called the nucleoplasm
. The nucleoplasm
is a liquid with a gel-like consistency (similar i...
...h organelles are suspended. In contrast to the protoplasm , the cytoplasm does not include the cell nucleus , the interior of which is made up of nucleoplasm
Components of the cytoplasm
The aqueous component of the cytoplasm (making up 80 percent of it) is composed of ions and soluble macromol...
...hat travel along nerves .
Nuclear (or cytoplasmic) receptors are soluble proteins localized within the cytoplasm or the nucleoplasm
. The hormone has to pass through the plasma membrane, usually by passive diffusion, to reach the receptor and initiate the signal cascade . The nucl...
...karyoplasm ? Meaning of karyoplasm medical term. What does karyoplasm mean? ... karyoplasm . karyoplasmic ratio. karyoplast. karyopyknosis ... nucleoplasm
n. The protoplasm of a cell nucleus. Also called karyoplasm . nucleoplasmic nu ' cleoplas ' mic or nu ' cleoplasmat ' ic kar·y·o·plas·m (k ă r`...