karyolymph


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karyolymph

 [kar´e-o-limf″]
the fluid portion of the nucleus of a cell, in which the other elements are dispersed.

kar·y·o·lymph

(kar'ē-ō-limf),
The fluid or gellike substance of the nucleus in which the chromatin material, nucleolus, and other particulate elemnets of the nucleus are suspended.
[karyo- + L. lympha, clear water]

karyolymph

/karyo·lymph/ (kar´e-o-limf″) the liquid portion of the nucleus of a cell, in which the other elements are dispersed.

karyolymph

(kăr′ē-ə-lĭmf′)
n.
The colorless, liquid component of the cell nucleus.

karyolymph

[ker′ē·əlimf′]
Etymology: Gk, karyon + lympha, water
the clear, usually nonstaining, fluid substance of a cell nucleus. It consists primarily of proteinaceous, colloidal material in which the nucleolus, chromatin, linin, and various submicroscopic particles are dispersed. Also called karyenchyma, linin, nuclear hyaloplasm, nuclear sap, nucleochyme. karyolymphatic, adj.

kar·y·o·lymph

(kar'ē-ō-limf)
The fluid or gellike substance of the nucleus in which the chromatin material, nucleolus, and other particulate elements of the nucleus are suspended.

karyolymph

The fluid in the nucleus of a cell.

karyolymph

the fluid portion of the nucleus of a cell, in which the other elements are dispersed.