- mitosis (n.)
- 1887, coined in German from Greek mitos "warp thread" (see mitre) + Modern Latin -osis "act, process." Term introduced by German anatomist Walther Fleming (1843-1905) in 1882. So called because chromatin of the cell nucleus appears as long threads in the first stages.
- 1. Some of the reconstituted cells were found in different stage of mitosis.
- 2. At the onset of mitosis, prophase, the nucleolus breaks down.
- 有丝分裂的开始称为前期, 核仁消失.
- 3. Probably the best known of these is colchicine which interferes with mitosis.
- 4. Endothelial cells proximal to the injury undergo rapid mitosis.
- 5. The stage of mitosis and meiosis in which the chromosomes nuclear spindle.
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