the liquid portion of the nucleus of a cell
karyolymph kar·y·o·lymph (kār’ē-ə-lĭmf’)
The colorless gel or liquid component of the cell nucleus in which stainable elements are suspended, now known to be euchromatin. Also called nuclear hyaloplasm.
[kar-ee-ol-uh-sis] /ˌkær iˈɒl ə sɪs/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. the dissolution of a cell nucleus. /ˌkærɪˈɒlɪsɪs/ noun 1. (cytology) the disintegration of a cell nucleus, which occurs on death of the cell karyolysis kar·y·ol·y·sis (kār’ē-ŏl’ĭ-sĭs) n. The dissolution of the nucleus of a cell by swelling or necrosis with the loss of its affinity for […]
/ˈkærɪəʊˌmæpɪŋ/ noun 1. a technique for determining whether an embryo has inherited a genetic defect by analysing DNA taken from it and its close relatives
karyomicrosome kar·y·o·mi·cro·some (kār’ē-ō-mī’krə-sōm’) n. Any of the minute particles or granules that make up the substance of the cell nucleus.
karyomorphism kar·y·o·mor·phism (kār’ē-ō-môr’fĭz’əm) n. The development of a cell nucleus. adj. Of, relating to, or resembling the nuclear shapes of cells, especially white blood cells.