Nucleoid



[noo-klee-oid, nyoo-] /ˈnu kliˌɔɪd, ˈnyu-/ Microbiology

noun
1.
the central region in a prokaryotic cell, as a bacterium, that contains the chromosomes and that has no surrounding membrane.
adjective
2.
resembling a .

nucleoid nu·cle·oid (nōō’klē-oid’, nyōō’-)
n.

adj.
Resembling a nucleolus.

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