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kar·y·o·some

(kar'ē-ō-sōm),
A mass of chromatin often found in the interphase cell nucleus representing a more condensed zone of chromatin filaments.
[karyo- + G. sōma, body]

karyosome

/karyo·some/ (kar´e-o-sōm″) any of the condensed irregular clumps of chromatin dispersed in the chromatin network of a cell.

karyosome

(kăr′ē-ə-sōm′)
n.
An irregular aggregation of chromatin in the nucleus of a cell not undergoing mitosis.

karyosome

[ker′ē·əsōm′]
Etymology: Gk, karyon + soma, body
a dense, irregular mass of chromatin filaments in a cell nucleus. It is often seen during interphase and may be confused with the nucleolus because of similar staining properties. Also called chromatin nucleolus, chromocenter, false nucleolus, prochromosome.

kar·y·o·some

(kar'ē-ō-sōm)
A mass of chromatin often found in the interphase cell nucleus representing a more condensed zone of chromatin filaments.
[karyo- + G. sōma, body]

karyosome

A spherical mass of aggregated CHROMATIN material in a resting (interphase) nucleus.

karyosome

a chromatin aggregation in the resting nucleus.

karyosome

any aggregation of chromatin within a cell.