Achromatin meaning

ā-krōmə-tĭn
The part of a cell nucleus that remains less colored than the rest of the nucleus when stained or dyed.
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That material of the cell nucleus not easily colored by the usual stains, including the nuclear membrane, linin, and karyolymph.
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The part of a cell nucleus that remains less colored than the rest of the nucleus when stained or dyed.
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(biology) Tissue which is not stained by fluid dyes.
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Origin of achromatin

  • achromat(ic) –in

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition