Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The nucleus of a nucleolus; the germinal point observable in some egg-cells within the germinal spot, which is itself contained in the proper nucleus of such an ovum.
“This function of the nucleolinus, which is closely associated with a structure called the nucleolus, could clarify recent studies indicating an important role for the nucleolus in cell division.”
“The nucleolinus is a structure observed in the nucleus of many cells, including invertebrate egg cells and some mammalian cells.”
“A nucleolinus is the nucleus of a nucleolus, and a nucleolus is the nucleus of a nucleus.”
“In the middle of the cell is the large transparent round nucleus, one nucleolus, and, within the latter again, a nucleolinus.”
“The nucleolinus (arrowhead) is within the nucleolus (arrow), and both are contained in the nucleus (GV).”
“When the nucleolinus is damaged with an infrared laser, a fertilized Spisula egg cell (bottom right) does not proceed through cell division, and its cell division apparatus (blue and yellow) is malformed.”
“The MBL has other close connections with the long but sparse history of nucleolinus research.”
“Right: When the nucleolinus is damaged with a laser, cell division structures (blue and yellow) appear as a disorganized cluster, and cell division fails.”
“What we're doing now is attempting to answer some functional questions about the nucleolinus in Spisula cells," he says.”
“Follow-up experiments in which the nucleolinus was targeted by a laser resulted in failed cell division and disruption of structures necessary for the process.”
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