Definition of achromatin in English:

achromatin

noun

Biology
  • The nuclear material in a eukaryotic cell which does not readily stain with basic dies. Opposed to chromatin.

Origin

Late 19th century. From German Achromatin from ancient Greek ἀχρώματος uncoloured + -in.

Pronunciation:

achromatin

/aˈkrəʊmatɪn//eɪˈkrəʊmatɪn/