[ sahy-tuh-sawl, -sol ]
/ ˈsaɪ təˌsɔl, -ˌsɒl /
noun Cell Biology.
the water-soluble components of cell cytoplasm, constituting the fluid portion that remains after removal of the organelles and other intracellular structures.
- cytosine arabinoside,
- cytosine ribonucleoside,
Origin of cytosol
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/ (ˈsaɪtəʊˌsɒl) /
the solution of proteins and metabolites inside a biological cell, in which the organelles are suspended
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[ sī′tə-sôl′ ]
The fluid component of cytoplasm, excluding organelles and the insoluble, usually suspended, cytoplasmic components.
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[ sī′tə-sôl′, -sŏl′ ]
The fluid component of cytoplasm, containing the insoluble, suspended cytoplasmic components. In prokaryotes, all chemical reactions take place in the cytosol. In eukaryotes, the cytosol surrounds the organelles.
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