cytocentrum

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cy·to·cen·trum

(sī'tō-sen'trŭm),
A zone of cytoplasm containing one or two centrioles but devoid of other organelles; usually located near the nucleus of a cell.
[cyto- + G. kentron, center]

cytocentrum

cy·to·cen·trum

(sī'tō-sen'trŭm)
A zone of cytoplasm containing one or two centrioles but devoid of other organelles; usually located near the nucleus of a cell.
Synonym(s): centrosome, microcentrum.
[cyto- + G. kentron, center]

cytocentrum

(si?to-sen'trum) [? + kentron, center]
The area of cytoplasm that contains the centrioles. Synonym: centrosome
See: sphere, attraction
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