[hahy-al-uh-meer, hahy-uh-luh-] /haɪˈæl əˌmɪər, ˈhaɪ ə lə-/

noun, Cell Biology.
the transparent part of a blood platelet, surrounding the chromomere.

hyalomere hy·a·lo·mere (hī’ə-lō-mēr’)
The peripheral area of a blood platelet that remains clear after staining.


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