A small region of cytoplasm adjacent to the nucleus that contains the centrioles and serves to organize microtubules.(noun)
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Use "centrosome" in a sentence
"Now the centrosome, which is beside the male pronucleus, shows signs of activity."
"It is not yet certain, however, whether the centrosome is a constant part of the cell."
"Plainly, we must conclude that the chromatin material is something of extraordinary importance to the cell, and the centrosome is a bit of machinery for controlling its division and thus regulating cell division."