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1. Achiasmatic
Undergoing meiosis , a process where the cell 's nucleus divides, without reaching the stage at which homologous chromatid s pair to exchange genetic material (called chiasma ta).

2. Acrosyndesis
A type of pairing that occurs during meiosis , a process where the cell 's nucleus divides, which involves the terminal portions of homologous chromosomes .

3. Alpha particle
A radioactive particle made up of two protons and two neutrons; these particles are created by the decay of a radioactive material or by nuclear bombardment, and they are the same as the nucleus of a helium-4 atom.

4. Angiospermae
A major division of the plant kingdom, commonly called flowering plants as their reproductive organs are in flowers, having seeds which develop in a closed ovary made of carpel s, a very reduced gametophyte , and endosperm develop from a triple fusion nucleus.

5. Atomic number
This is the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom; it is used to define the position of an element in the periodic table.

6. Atomic number
The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom.

7. Barr body
A condensed X chromosome found in the somatic cell s (all of the cell s of a multicellular organism which are not sex cells) of females, visible when the nucleus of the somatic cell is not dividing. None of its gene s are used, so it is inactive.

8. Basophil
A granulocyte that has a two-lobed nucleus and is easily stained by basic dyes.

9. Basophil (basiphil)
* A type of white blood cell which can be easily stained with alkaline ( basic ) dyes. It has a nucleus with two lobes and it carries around substances like histamine and a hormone called serotonin. * Any structure, cell, or other bodily object which stains easily with alkaline dyes.

10. Beta decay
Type of radioactive decay in which a radioisotope emits a small, negatively-charged and fast-moving particle from its nucleus. The beta particle is similar in size, charge, and speed to an electron and is formed when a neutron in the radioisotope's nucleus converts to a proton.


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