chromatoid

A refractile substance composed of chromatin, thought to be a non-glycogen food reserve contained within the cytoplasm of certain protozoa; seen in cysts of Entamoeba histolytica as rounded bars or chromatoidal bodies in contrast to the splintery form of chromatoid bodies in cysts of Entamoeba coli. ... Origin: chromato-+ G. Eidos, form ... (05 Mar...
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chromatoid

Type: Term Pronunciation: krō′mă-toyd Definitions: 1. A refractile substance composed of chromatin, thought to be a nonglycogen food reserve contained within the cytoplasm of certain protozoa; seen in cysts of Entamoeba histolytica as rounded bars or chromatoidal bodies in contrast to the splintery form of chromatoid bodies in cysts...
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