nucleoplasm

[noo-klee-uh-plaz-uh m, nyoo-]

Origin of nucleoplasm

First recorded in 1885–90; nucleo- + -plasm
Also called karyoplasm.
Related formsnu·cle·o·plas·mic, nu·cle·o·plas·mat·ic [noo-klee-oh-plaz-mat-ik, nyoo-] /ˌnu kli oʊ plæzˈmæt ɪk, ˌnyu-/, adjective
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Historical Examples of nucleoplasm

  • It comprises the cell-protoplasm and a nucleus imbedded in it whose substance is known as the nucleoplasm.

    Sex

    Henry Stanton


British Dictionary definitions for nucleoplasm

nucleoplasm

noun
  1. the protoplasm in the nucleus of a plant or animal cell that surrounds the chromosomes and nucleolusAlso called: karyoplasm
Derived Formsnucleoplasmic or nucleoplasmatic, adjective
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nucleoplasm in Medicine

nucleoplasm

[nōōklē-ə-plăz′əm]
n.
  1. Protoplasm of a cell nucleus.karyoplasm
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nucleoplasm in Science

nucleoplasm

[nōōklē-ə-plăz′əm]
  1. The jellylike material within a cell nucleus, containing the nucleolus and chromatin. See more at nucleus.
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