[yoo-kroh-muh-tin] /yuˈkroʊ mə tɪn/
the part of a chromosome that condenses maximally during metaphase and contains most of the genetically active material.
the part of a chromosome that constitutes the major genes and does not stain strongly with basic dyes when the cell is not dividing Compare heterochromatin
euchromatin eu·chro·ma·tin (yōō-krō’mə-tĭn)
Chromasomal material that consists of uncoiled dispersed threads during interphase, is genetically active, and stains lightly with basic dyes.
[yoo-kroh-muh-sohm] /yuˈkroʊ məˌsoʊm/ noun, Genetics. 1. .
[oi-kuh n] /ˈɔɪ kən/ noun 1. Rudolph Christoph [roo-dawlf kris-tawf] /ˈru dɔlf ˈkrɪs tɔf/ (Show IPA), 1846–1926, German philosopher: Nobel Prize in Literature 1908. /German ˈɔykən/ noun 1. Rudolph Christoph (ˈruːdɔlf ˈkrɪstɔf). 1846–1926, German idealist philosopher: Nobel prize for literature 1908
[yoo-kleys, -kleyz] /ˈyu kleɪs, -kleɪz/ noun 1. a rare green or blue mineral, beryllium aluminum silicate, BeAlSiO 4 (OH), occurring in prismatic crystals.
[yoo-klid] /ˈyu klɪd/ noun 1. flourished c300 b.c, Greek geometrician and educator at Alexandria. 2. a city in NE Ohio, near Cleveland. /ˈjuːklɪd/ noun 1. 3rd century bc, Greek mathematician of Alexandria; author of Elements, which sets out the principles of geometry and remained a text until the 19th century at least 2. the works […]