TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «KARYOPLASM»
The term «karyoplasm» is used very little and occupies the 191.256
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KARYOPLASM»
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Proceedings of the First U.S.-Japan Conference on Toxic ...
—The distribution of silver grains over the nucleoli, karyoplasm, and cytoplasm of
the parenchymal and mesenchymal cells originated from 12-day-old chick-
embryo liver cells. Figure 4.— The incorporation of 3H-uridine into RNA of liver.
Mendel Herzberg, United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources, 1970
The Y Chromosome and Male Germ Cell Biology in Health and ...
So, Adspermatogonia have a dark karyoplasm with a typical pale hollow structure
in the middle, whereas Apspermatogonia are only stained weakly (i.e. pale). In
young adults, a third type A spermatogonia — A long (AL) — was described by ...
From Cells to Organs: A Histology Textbook and Atlas
Electron microscopic observation shows that the nuclear substance, the
karyoplasm, contains a granular material, which stains darkly because it absorbs
heavy metals. In the light microscope, the karyoplasm shows a basophilic
reaction: it can ...
Alfons T. L. van Lommel, 2003
PROG NUCLEIC ACID RES&MOLECULAR BIO
the nucleolus and the karyoplasm [cf. (67)]. Such observations suggested an
independent synthesis of these two topically distinct RNA types. Selective
inhibition of nucleolar RNA labeling by low doses of actinomycin D and other
James Norman Davidson, Waldo E. Cohn, 1967
Ageing in Transient Tissues: Volume 2: Colloquia on Ageing
Condensation of the karyoplasm After formation of the head cap a sequence of
striking changes is observed in the nucleus. Throughout the early stages of
differentiation, the karyoplasm of the spcrmatid consists of closely-packed fine
CIBA Foundation Symposium, 2009
Karyoplasm Nuclear sap or karyoplasm is a term which describes the clear or
apparently empty areas of the nucleus, i.e., those areas not occupied by
nucleolus or chromatin. The karyoplasm is relatively electron-lurid on electron
Essentials of Animal Physiology
The fluid matrix of the nucleus is known as karyoplasm or nucleoplasm. It is
enveloped by a double layered nuclear membrane. The karyoplasm has densely
staining particle called the nucleolus. It is large in growing cells and disappears ...
Contributions from the Zoölogical Laboratory of the Museum ...
9), but remain unstained and highly refractive in Congo red. Ehrlich's
hajmatoxylin preparation (Fig. 10). Rarely a second nucleolus of smaller size
may be seen (Fig. 6, b, nllt). The karyoplasm immediately about the nucleolus
often stains less ...
Neurocytology: Fine Structure of Neurons, Nerve Processes, ...
The Karyoplasm In large and medium-sized neurons, the chromatin is widely and
homogeneously dispersed so that the nucleus appears as a pale vesicle under
the light microscope (Fig. V.1) even after staining with basic dyes. In many small ...
Blood-Spinal Cord and Brain Barriers in Health and Disease
Post-fixed osmicated epon-embedded Vibratome sections (2 μm thick) stained
with toludine blue show dark brown-black reaction product located in the
cytoplasm and the karyoplasm in several nerve cells in the ventral horn.
Hari Shanker Sharma, 2003