nucleoplasm


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nucleoplasm

[′nü·klē·ə‚plaz·əm]
(cell and molecular biology)
The protoplasm of a nucleus. Also known as karyoplasm.
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Studies have shown that lamin B concentrate on the chromosome surface in telophase, and lamin A is first found in an unpolymerized form in the nucleoplasm, before it gets polymerised into the lamina [12,5].
Later the virions become dispersed in the nucleoplasm.
II Vol In these oocytes the process of vitellogenesis has begun, there is the presence of follicular cells (early folliculogenesis), the nucleoplasm has reached its maximum growth, the ooplasm increases and becomes acidophilic (diameter = 185, SD = 68, CrI = 42%, PII = 17%, TgI = 6.