vacuome

vac·u·ome

(vak'yū-ōm),
A system of vacuoles that can be stained with neutral red in the living cell.
[vacuole + G. -oma, tumor]
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In one-hour time, the first nutritive cells differentiate next to the perforation, with dispersion of chromatin, nucleoli enlargement, vacuome formation, and cytoplasm enrichment (Westphal et al., 1981).