In nucleoplasm, a conspicuous body of spherical shape attached to a particular chromosome on a definite position is called:

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A nucleolus is a rounded darkly stained structure built by a nucleolus organizing region or NOR of a specific chromosome. It is the site of ribosomal RNAs or rRNA synthesis.

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