karyosome

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kar·y·o·some

 (kăr′ē-ə-sōm′)
n.
An irregular aggregation of chromatin in the nucleus of a cell not undergoing mitosis.
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karyosome

(ˈkærɪəʊˌsəʊm)
n
1. (Biology) any of the dense aggregates of chromatin in the nucleus of a cell
2. (Biology) the nucleus of a cell
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kar•y•o•some

(ˈkær i əˌsoʊm)

n.
any of several masses of chromatin in the reticulum of a cell nucleus.
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Furthermore, according to their cellular characteristics, 11 oocytes substages were distinguished: 1) oogonia (Og), 2) chromatin nucleolus (Cn), 3) early perinucleolus (Pn1), 4) late perinucleolus (Pn2), 5) oil globule (Li), 6) yolk globule (yg), 7) early vitellin globule (Ev1), 8) late vitellin globule (Vo2), 9) postvitelogenic (Pvo), 10) germinal vesicle migration (Gvm), and 11) germinal vesicle breakdown (Gvb) (Fig.
Oogonial proliferation and progressive morphological changes in the ooplasm of the oocytes were used to classify oogenesis in distinct stages that included oogonial proliferation, chromatin nucleolus, primary growth and secondary growth (vitellogenesis).
The Chromatin nucleolus oocytes (STAGE I) (Figure 1) were the smallest oocytes, appearing grouped in 'clusters of germ cells' (CG) inserted in ovigerous lamellae in vascularized areas, with average diameter ([+ or -] SD) of 9.5 [+ or -] 4.46 [micro]m (Figure 5).