[kahr-vi-nuh; Czech kahr-vee-nah] /ˈkɑr vɪ nə; Czech ˈkɑr viˌnɑ/
an industrial city in the NE Czech Republic, in N Moravia.
[kar-uh n, kahr-] /ˈkær ən, ˈkɑr-/ noun 1. a female given name.
1. a combining form meaning “nucleus of a cell,” used in the formation of compound words: karyotin. combining form 1. indicating the nucleus of a cell: karyogamy before vowels kary-, word-forming element used since c.1874 in biological terms referring to cell nuclei, from Greek karyon “nut, kernel,” possibly from PIE root *kar- “hard” (see hard […]
karyocyte kar·y·o·cyte (kār’ē-ə-sīt’) n. An immature normoblast.
[kar-ee-og-uh-mee] /ˌkær iˈɒg ə mi/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. the fusion of the nuclei of cells, as in fertilization. /ˌkærɪˈɒɡəmɪ/ noun 1. (biology) the fusion of two gametic nuclei during fertilization karyogamy kar·y·og·a·my (kār’ē-ŏg’ə-mē) n. The coming together and fusing of cell nuclei, as in fertilization. kar’y·o·gam’ic (-ə-gām’ĭk) adj.