Definition of Deutoplasms

1. deutoplasm [n] - See also: deutoplasm



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deutoplasms

deuterozooids
deuthydroguret
deuto-
deutocerebral
deutocerebrum
deutogenic
deutohydroguret
deutomerite
deuton
deutons
deutoplasm
deutoplasmic
deutoplasmigenon
deutoplasmolysis
deutoplasms (current term)
deutoplastic
deutosulphuret
deutosulphurets
deutoxide
deutoxides
deutzia
deutzias
deva
devachan
devachanic
devacuumization
devadasi
devadasis
devall

Literary usage of Deutoplasms

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1. A Course in Normal Histology: A Guide for Practical Instruction in Histology by Rudolf Krause (1913)
"We mav regard it as an element denoting either the beginning or the end -of cell-metabolism, and, the latter being different in different cells, deutoplasms ..."

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