Diplosome

In cell biology, a diplosome is a pair of centrioles arranged perpendicularly, located near the nucleus. It is present in all eukaryotic cells except for higher plants. It plays an important role in mitosis. The rigid arrangement of centrioles in a diplosome is generally established after the procentriole is formed during mitosis. ...
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diplosome

Paired allosomes; the pair of centrioles of mammalian cells. ... Synonym: paired allosome. ... Origin: diplo-+ G. Soma, body ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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diplosome

Type: Term Pronunciation: dip′lō-sōm Definitions: 1. Paired allosomes; the pair of centrioles of mammalian cells. Synonyms: paired allosome
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