karyomere

kar·y·o·mere

(kar'ē-ō-mer'),
A vesicle containing only a small part of the typical nucleus, usually following an abnormal mitosis.
[karyo- + G. meros, part]

karyomere

[ker′ē·əmir′]
Etymology: Gk, karyon + meros, part
1 a saclike structure containing an unequal portion of the nuclear material after atypical mitosis.
2 a segment of a chromosome. See also chromomere.

karyomere

(kăr′ē-ō-mēr″) [″ + meros, part]
1. Chromomere.
2. A vesicle containing only a small portion of the nucleus.
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