kary-, karyo-, cary-, caryo- +

(Greek: nut, walnut; kernel; cell, cell nucleus)

karyosome, caryosome
Irregular clumps of non-dividing chromatin material seen in the nuclei of cells.
karyostasis, caryostasis
The resting stage of a cell nucleus.
The enveloping membrane of a cell nucleus.
1. The chromosome complement of a cell, individual, or group.
2. The structural characteristics of the chromosome set.
3. Those individuals having an identical complement of chromosomes.
4. A photomicrograph of the chromosomes of a single cell, taken during metaphase, when each chromosome is still a pair of chromatids.

The chromosomes are then arranged in numerical order, in descending order of size.

The examination of the chromosomes to determine the karyotype or particular chromosome complement of an individual as defined by the number, size, and centromere (constricted region of a chromosome where it performs certain functions during cell division) position of the chromosomes, usually in mitotic metaphase or the second stage of cell division, during which chromosomes line up in preparation for separation.
karyozoic, caryozoic
1. Living in the cell nucleus, which would occur with an intracellular protozoal parasite.
2. Certain protozoa that are parasitic in the nuclei of cells.
pericaryon, perikaryon
1. The protoplasm surrounding the nucleus of a cell.
2. The cell body of a neuron.
Relating to the perikaryon.
perikaryon (s), perikarya (pl)
1. The cytoplasm around the nucleus; such as, that of the cell body of nerve cells.
2. The body of the odontoblast, excluding the dentinal fiber.
3. The cell body of the nerve cell, as distinguished from its axon and dendrites.
4. The cell body of a neuron, containing the nucleus and organelles.
pleokaryocyte, pleocaryocyte
Any cell that contains a large, abnormal nucleus, said to be common in cachectic diseases; such as, tuberculosis and cancer.
1. A cell nucleus formed through the fusion of male and female nuclei.
2. A somatic hybrid cell in which chromosomes from two different parental cells are enveloped in a single nucleus.
3. The nucleus of a fertilized egg immediately after the male and female nuclei have fused.
1. A reference to a nucleus formed by the fusion of two preexisting nuclei.
2. Descriptive of the nucleus of a fertilized egg immediately after the male and female nuclei have fused.

A cross reference of word units that are related, directly or indirectly, to "cell, cells, cell nucleus": celli-; cellulo-; cyto-; endothelio-; gameto-; glio-; neuro-.

Here is a general explanation about Cells and their Compositions.