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nu·cle·o·lar

(nū-klē'ō-lăr),
Relating to a nucleolus.

nu·cle·o·lar

(nū'klē-ō'lăr)
Relating to a nucleolus.

nucleolus

(nū-klē′ō-lŭs) plural.nucleoli [L., little kernel]
A spherical structure in the nucleus of a cell made of DNA, RNA, and protein. It is the site of synthesis of ribosomal RNA (rRNA); a cell may have more than one. Embryonic cells and those in malignancies actively synthesize rRNA; therefore, their nucleoli are larger than those of cells that do not require increased amounts of rRNA.
nucleolar (nū-klē′ō-lăr), adjective
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Microscopic characteristics include chromatin nucleolar (CN), perinucleolar (PN), cortical alveoli (CA), primary (Vtg1), secondary (Vtg2), tertiary vitellogenic (Vtg3), germinal vesicle breakdown oocytes (GVBD), postovulatory follicles (POF), atretic eggs (A), and oil droplets (arrow).
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[4.] Medvedev IN, Amelina IV (2012) An association between human morphological phenotypical characteristics and the activity of chromosomal nucleolar organizer regions in the interphase cell nucleus in the population of indigenous people of Kursk region.
Nuclei were large, round, vesicular, with prominent nucleoli (nucleolar grade 3).