nucleolonema


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nucleolonema

 [noo″kle-o″lo-ne´mah]
a network of strands formed by organization of a finely granular substance, perhaps containing RNA, in the nucleolus of a cell.

nu·cle·o·lo·ne·ma

(nū-klē'ō-lō-nē'mă),
The irregular network or rows of fine ribonucleoprotein granules or microfilaments forming most of the nucleolus.
[nucleolus + G. nēma, thread]

nucleolonema

/nu·cleo·lo·ne·ma/ (noo″kle-o″lo-ne´mah) a network of strands formed by organization of a finely granular substance, perhaps containing RNA, in the nucleolus of a cell.

nu·cle·o·lo·ne·ma

(nū'klē-ō'lŏ-nē'mă)
The irregular network or rows of fine ribonucleoprotein granules or microfilaments forming most of the nucleolus.
[nucleolus + G. nēma, thread]

nucleolonema

a network of strands formed by organization of a finely granular substance, perhaps containing RNA, in the nucleolus of a cell.