noun Cell Biology.
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OTHER WORDS FROM chromatinchro·ma·tin·ic, adjectivechro·ma·toid, adjective
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That’s when Marco realized that the architectural changes to the chromatin were preparing the cells to reinforce the memories when they were recalled.
There’s much more to learn about these changes in chromatin architecture.
Malarial parasites stain characteristically: the cytoplasm, sky-blue; the chromatin, reddish-purple.
Typical "segmenters" present a ring of rounded segments or spores, each with a small, dot-like chromatin mass.
Half the chromatin material passes into each of the two cells formed.
Thus sex is inherited, like other characters, by the action of the chromatin material of the cell nucleus.
When the cell is resting, the chromatin is dispersed through the nucleus in a mass of broken lines, forming a kind of network.Parallel Paths|Thomas William Rolleston