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mid·bod·y

(mid'bod-ē),
A dense stalk of residual interzonal spindle fibers (microtubules) and actin-containing filaments that is formed during anaphase of mitosis and connects daughter cells during telophase; midbodies are frequently observed between spermatids.

midbody

1 the middle of the body, or the midregion of the trunk.
2 a mass of granules that appears in the middle of the spindle during mitotic anaphase in a dividing cell.

mid·bod·y

(mid'bod-ē)
A dense stalk of residual interzonal spindle fibers (microtubules) and actin-containing filaments that is formed during anaphase of mitosis and connects daughter cells during telophase; midbodies are frequently observed between spermatids.

Flemming,

Walther, German anatomist, 1843-1905.
Flemming fixative - a cytoplasmic and chromosomal fixative.
Flemming triple stain - a stain comprised of safranin, methyl violet, and orange G.
germinal center of Flemming - the lightly staining center in a lymphatic nodule in which the predominant cells are large lymphocytes and macrophages. Synonym(s): reaction center
intermediate body of Flemming - a dense stalk of residual interzonal spindle fibers (microtubules) and actin-containing filaments that is formed during anaphase of mitosis. Synonym(s): midbody
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