mitochondrial matrix

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mitochondrial matrix (plural mitochondrial matrices or mitochondrial matrixes)

  1. (biology) The material within the space, enclosed by the mitochondrial inner membrane. It is composed of enzymes, DNA filaments, granules, protein crystals, glycogen, and lipid.