Definition of Chromatinic

1. Adjective. (of substance of a cell nucleus) readily colored by stains.

Antonyms: Achromatinic
Partainyms: Chromatin
Derivative terms: Chromatin



Definition of Chromatinic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to chromatin ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Chromatinic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromatinic

chromatically
chromaticism
chromaticisms
chromaticities
chromaticity
chromatics
chromatid
chromatids
chromatin
chromatin 3'-phosphatase-5'-hydroxy kinase
chromatin body
chromatin granule
chromatin network
chromatin nucleolus
chromatin particles
chromatinic (current term)
chromatinolysis
chromatinorrhexis
chromatins
chromatism
chromatisms
chromatite
chromatium
chromato-
chromatogenous
chromatogram
chromatograms
chromatograph
chromatographed
chromatographer

Literary usage of Chromatinic

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1. The Harvey Lectures by Harvey Society of New York, New York Academy of Medicine (1915)
"However in their staining reactions they are different, the chromatinic substance is not differentiated from the cytoplasmic substance with the same ease, ..."

2. Microbiology: A Text-book of Micro├Ârganisms, General and Applied by Charles E. Marshall (1921)
"... posterior flagellum, forming the edge of the undulating membrane; chr. I., "chromatinic line," forming the base of the undulating membrane; chr.b., ..."

3. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1907)
"3, 6) two small darkly- stained and closely-opposed chromatinic granules ... In one instance a well-marked chain of oblong twin chromatinic granules runs ..."

4. The Unity of the Organism; Or, The Organismal Conception of Life by William Emerson Ritter (1919)
"It is hard to imagine a developmental process in which denial of form-determining power to non-chromatinic, even non-nuclear parts of the cell would be a ..."

5. The System of Animate Nature: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in the by John Arthur Thomson (1920)
"Suppose the chromatin globules to increase in number and then to show some complexity of arrangement, and suppose a non-chromatinic ground-substance ..."

6. The Unity of the Organism, Or, The Organismal Conception of Life by William Emerson Ritter (1919)
"We shall have to examine these extra-chromatinic portions of the sperm more fully when we undertake to find what substances, whether in germ or somatic ..."

7. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"The Giemsa stain, though invaluable for blood work, must be controlled by a known reliable chromatinic stain such as hema- toxylin. ..."

8. The Unity of the Organism; Or, The Organismal Conception of Life by William Emerson Ritter (1919)
"... it would certainly be a considerable achievement in support of the theory of universal nuclear and chromatinic hegemony in development. ..."

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