Definition of Endoplasm. Meaning of Endoplasm. Synonyms of Endoplasm

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Definition of Endoplasm

Endoplasm
Endoplasm En"do*plasm, n. [Endo- + Gr. ? anything formed or molded.] (Biol.) The protoplasm in the interior of a cell.

Meaning of Endoplasm from wikipedia

- Look up endoplasm in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Endoplasm generally refers to the inner (often granulated), dense part of a cell's cytoplasm. This...
- exoplasm) is the non-granulated outer part of a cell's cytoplasm, while endoplasm is its often granulated inner layer. It is clear, and protects as well...
- processes such as cell division. The concentrated inner area is called the endoplasm and the outer layer is called the cell cortex, or ectoplasm. Movement...
- ball-like m**** in the endoplasm called food vacuole. The food vacuoles are circulated by the streaming movement of the endoplasm which is called cyclosis...
- central capsule dividing the cell into the inner and outer portions of endoplasm and ectoplasm. The elaborate mineral skeleton is usually made of silica...
- are several small, spherical and similar sized nuclei present in the endoplasm. The nuclei are evenly distributed. The animal reproduces by longitudinal...
- a granular central m****, called endoplasm, and a clear outer layer, called ectoplasm. During locomotion, the endoplasm flows forwards and the ectoplasm...
- divided the cytoplasm into two parts, consisting of a granular inner endoplasm and an outer layer of clear ectoplasm, both enclosed within a flexible...
- usually divided into a layer of clear ectoplasm surrounding more granular endoplasm. Rhizaria Cercozoa: Filosa: Monadofilosa: Gyromitus, Paulinella Granofilosea...
- ectoplasm (outer) and endoplasm (inner). As a mitochondriate, aerobic organism it has many mitochondria in the endoplasm. The endoplasm also contains ribosomes...