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|Description:||Dense particles of heterochromatin, consisting of a loosely twisted strang ~600 A thick, found associated with the nucleolus (Palay and Chan-Palay, 1974).|
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Facts about Nucleolus-associated heterochromatin
|Definition||Dense particles of heterochromatin, consisting of a loosely twisted strang ~600 A thick, found associated with the nucleolus (Palay and Chan-Palay, 1974).|
|Label||Nucleolus-associated heterochromatin +|
|ModifiedDate||12 August 2014 +|
|SuperCategory||Nuclear Body +|