Definition of Exoplasm

1. n. See Ectosarc, and Ectoplasm.



Definition of Exoplasm

1. Noun. (alternative form of ectoplasm) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Exoplasm

1. the outer layer of a cell [n -S]

Medical Definition of Exoplasm

1. See Ectosarc, and Ectoplasm. Origin: Exo- + Gr. From, fr. To mold. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exoplasm

exophthalmos
exophthalmos-producing substance
exophthalmoses
exophthalmus
exophthalmuses
exophthalmy
exophyllous
exophyte
exophytes
exophytic
exoplanar
exoplanet
exoplanetary
exoplanetology
exoplanets
exoplasm (current term)
exoplasms
exopod
exopoda
exopodite
exopodites
exopods
exopolitics
exopolyphosphatase
exopolyphosphatases
exopolysaccharide
exopolysaccharides
exoproducts
exoprotease
exoprotein

Literary usage of Exoplasm

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1. Reprints of Papers from the Department of Anatomy of the University of by California University. Dept. of anatomy, Dept. of Anatomy, University of California (1868-1952) (1903)
"The syncytium is not yet completely separated into exoplasm and endoplasm, to use Mall's terms for the fibrillar and cytoplasmic portions of the embryonic ..."

2. The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal Microscopical (1875)
"The exoplasm is originally a perfectly homogeneous and structureless, colourless hyaline layer distinguishable from the turbid granular soft protoplasm of ..."

3. A Text-book of histology by Alexander A.. Böhm, M. von Davidoff (1904)
"The fibers of white fibrous tissue develop in the exoplasm, while the endoplasm containing the nuclei rest on the bundles. In cartilage the ground-substance ..."

4. A Textbook of General Embryology by William Erskine Kellicott (1913)
"Large germinal vesicle; cytoplasm contains oil drops and yolk spheres, and shows well marked cortical layer (exoplasm). B. Fifteen minutes after ..."

5. Forms of Animal Life: A Manual of Comparative Anatomy : with Descriptions of by George Rolleston, William Hatchett Jackson (1888)
"When there is an exoplasm the transition from it to the more fluid endoplasm is gradual or abrupt. ... The exoplasm when differentiated is always 1 ..."

6. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1894)
"The author was able in the exoplasm to differentiate three layers concentric with the nuclear upper surface; the endoplasm also presents differences, ..."

7. Normal histology and microscopical anatomy by Jeremiah Sweetser Ferguson (1904)
"The most marked protoplasmic differentiation is therefore found in the exoplasm—it results in the formation of cilia, intercellular bridges, ..."

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