centronuclear myopathy cen·tro·nu·cle·ar myopathy (sěn’trō-nōō’klē-ər, -nyōō’-)
Slowly progressing generalized muscle weakness and atrophy, beginning in childhood, in which the nuclei of most muscle fibers are located near the center rather than at the periphery of the fiber. Also called myotubular myopathy.
a small region near the nucleus in the cell cytoplasm, containing the centrioles. Historical Examples noun a small body in a cell where microtubules are produced. In animal cells it surrounds the centriole Also called centrosphere n. 1889, from German centrosoma (1888), coined by German zoologist Theodor Boveri (1862-1915), from centro- (see center (n.)) + […]
centrostaltic cen·tro·stal·tic (sěn’trō-stôl’tĭk, -stāl’-) adj. Relating to or being the center of motion.
Cell Biology. the protoplasm around a centrosome; the central portion of an aster, containing the centrosome. Geology. the central or interior portion of the earth. Historical Examples noun a former name for core (sense 4) another name for centrosome centrosphere cen·tro·sphere (sěn’trə-sfēr’) n. The mass of cytoplasm surrounding the centriole in a centrosome.
symmetric in relation to a center.