Karyomorphism



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.

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