centrokinesia cen·tro·ki·ne·sia (sěn’trō-kĭ-nē’zhə, -kī-)
A movement occurring as a result of a stimulus of central origin.
cen’tro·ki·net’ic (-nět’ĭk) adj.
having a centrally located yolk, as certain insect eggs or ova. Historical Examples adjective (zoology) (of animal eggs) having a centrally located yolk
a drafting instrument for drawing lines converging on a vanishing point outside the drawing.
- Centromedian nucleus
centromedian nucleus cen·tro·me·di·an nucleus (sěn’trō-mē’dē-ən) n. The largest and most caudal of the intralaminar nuclei, receiving numerous fibers from the internal segment of the globus pallidus and from one area of the motor cortex, and whose major efferent connection is with the putamen.
- Centromere banding stain
centromere banding stain n. See C-banding stain.