Definition of Periplast

1. n. Same as Periblast.



Definition of Periplast

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Periplast

1. Same as Periblast. Periplas"tic. Origin: Pref. Peri- + Gr. To mold, form. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Periplast

periphrastical
periphrastically
periphytic
periphyton
periphytons
periplan eyepiece
periplanar
periplaneta
periplasm
periplasmic
periplasmic binding proteins
periplasmic protein disulfide oxidoreductase
periplasmic space
periplasmically
periplasms
periplast (current term)
periplasts
peripli
periplocin
periploi
periplus
peripneumonic
peripneumony
peripolar
peripolar cell
peripolesis
periporitis
periportal
periportal cirrhosis
periportal space of Mall

Literary usage of Periplast

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1. The Nature and Affinities of Tubercle: Being the Gulstonian Lectures for the by Reginald Southey (1867)
"Now, the periplast of Huxley is the intercellular substance of Virchow, and just as growth or development takes place only by means of cells, ..."

2. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster (1898)
"The periplast may undergo three distinct varieties of chemical ... If we clearly bear in mind, in the first place, that the periplast is capable of ..."

3. The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London by Microscopical Society of London (1854)
"That the free cells were not primarily independent structures, but have simply resulted from the breaking up of the periplast along its lines of least ..."

4. The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications by Jabez Hogg (1854)
"The periplast may undergo three distinct varieties of chemical ... If we clearly bear in mind, in the first place, that the periplast is capable of ..."

5. The Principles and practice of dentistry: Including Anatomy, Physiology by Chapin Aaron Harris, Philip H. Austen (1882)
"This metamorphosis of the periplast is of two kinds, " chemical and structural,"—the former may consist in "conversion," as of cellulose into ..."

6. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1879)
"2, 3, and 4), which, however, did not seem to extend into, or communicate with, the cell periplast. Varying degrees of size and shape were noticed in these ..."

7. Protozoölogy by Gary Nathan Calkins (1909)
"Furthermore, the energetic movements of spirochetes without flagella may be accounted for upon the hypothesis that the periplast or membrane is similarly ..."

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