extranuclear
adjective Date: 1887 1. situated in or affecting the parts of a cell external to the nucleus ; cytoplasmic 2. situated outside the nucleus of an atom

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  • extranuclear — EXTRANUCLEÁR, Ă, extranucleari, e, adj. (biol.) Care este localizat în afara nucleului (nucle), în citoplasmă.[pr.: cle ar] – Din fr. extranucléaire, engl. extranuclear. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  extranucleár adj …   Dicționar Român

  • extranuclear — [eks΄trə no͞o′klē ər, eks΄trənyo͞o′klē ər] adj. located or occurring outside of the nucleus of a cell …   English World dictionary

  • extranuclear — I. |ekstrə+ adjective Etymology: extra + nuclear : situated in, involving elements situated in, or affecting the parts of a cell external to the nucleus : cytoplasmic extranuclear viruses II. adjective : situated outside the nucleus of an atom …   Useful english dictionary

  • extranuclear — adj. [L. extra, outside; nucleus, kernel] Structures or processes found outside the nucleus …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • extranuclear — /ek streuh nooh klee euhr, nyooh / or, by metathesis, / kyeuh leuhr/. adj. Cell Biol. pertaining to or affecting the parts of a cell outside the nucleus. [1885 90; EXTRA + NUCLEAR] Usage. Pronunciation. See nuclear. * * * …   Universalium

  • extranuclear — adjective a) Outside the nucleus. b) (Biology)Outside the nucleus but within the cell cytoplasm …   Wiktionary

  • extranuclear — Located outside, or not involving, a cell nucleus. * * * ex·tra·nu·cle·ar .ek strə n(y)ü klē ər adj situated in or affecting the parts of a cell external to the nucleus: CYTOPLASMIC * * * ex·tra·nu·cle·ar (eks″trə nooґkle ər)… …   Medical dictionary

  • extranuclear — adj. located outside of the nucleus of a cell (Medicine) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • extranuclear — ex·tra·nuclear …   English syllables

  • extranuclear — ex•tra•nu•cle•ar [[t]ˌɛk strəˈnu kli ər, ˈnyu [/t]] by metathesis [[t] kyə lər[/t]] adj. cbl pertaining to or affecting the parts of a cell outside the nucleus • Etymology: 1885–90 pron: See nuclear …   From formal English to slang

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