This term complements the word "eukaryote" ("eu," good, and "karyon
," kernel), which is ahistorical.
In contrast, the eukaryotic cell (Greek eu, true, and karyon
) has a tree nucleus, bounded by a membranous nuclear envelope.
In the apoptosis cells, karyon
is crimpled, chromatin is agglomerated, shrunk and broken, and then the adoptotic body is shaped and stained orange.
With SoftBrands distribution service, Karyon
, hotels manage rates and inventory availability across all four Global Distribution Systems and many other online sources of demand.