plasm

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noun \ˈpla-zəm\

Definition of plasm

  1. :  plasma — compare germplasm

Origin and Etymology of plasm

Late Latin plasma something molded


plasm-

combining form
variants: or

plasmo-

Definition of plasm-

  1. :  plasma plasmodium plasmolysis

Origin and Etymology of plasm-

French, from New Latin plasma


-plasm

noun combining form

Definition of -plasm

  1. :  formative or formed material (as of a cell or tissue) endoplasm

Origin and Etymology of -plasm

German -plasma, from New Latin plasma


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plasm

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noun \ˈplaz-əm\

Medical Definition of plasm

  1. :  plasma—see germ plasm

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