/ (kɪˈnɛtəˌplæst, -ˈniː-, -ˌplɑːst) /
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a small granular cell body close to the nucleus in some flagellate protozoansAlso called: kinetonucleus (kɪˌnɛtəʊˈnjuːklɪəs)
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Word Origin for kinetoplast
C20: from Greek; see kinetic, -plast
Words nearby kinetoplast
kinetic theory of matter, kinetin, kineto-, kinetochore, kinetograph, kinetoplast, kinetoscope, kinetosis, kinfolk, king, king bee
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