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cytoplasm

 [si´to-plazm]
the protoplasm of a cell surrounding the nucleus (nucleoplasm). adj., adj cytoplas´mic.

cy·to·plasm

(sī'tō-plazm),
The substance of the protoplasm of a cell, exclusive of the nucleus, which contains various organelles and inclusions.
See also: protoplasm, hyaloplasm, cytosol.
[cyto- + G. plasma, thing formed]

cytoplasm

/cy·to·plasm/ (si´to-plazm) the protoplasm of a cell exclusive of that of the nucleus (nucleoplasm).cytoplas´mic

cytoplasm

(sī′tə-plăz′əm)
n.
The protoplasm enclosed by the plasma membrane of cell, excluding the nucleus in eukaryotic cells and cellular DNA in prokaryotic cells.

cy′to·plas′mic (-plăz′mĭk) adj.
cy′to·plas′mi·cal·ly adv.

cytoplasm

[sī′təplaz′əm]
Etymology: Gk, kytos + plassein, to mold
all of the substance of a cell other than the nucleus and the cell wall. See also cell, nucleus.

cytoplasm

The aqueous gel-like cell content of a living cell, which is located outside the nucleus and inside the plasma membrane, exclusive of the nucleus, organelles, ribosomes, Golgi apparatus, cytoskeleton, aggregates of storage compounds and other inclusions.

cy·to·plasm

(sī'tō-plazm)
The substance of a cell (exclusive of the nucleus) that contains various organelles and inclusions within a colloidal protoplasm.
See also: protoplasm, hyaloplasm, cytosol
[cyto- + G. plasma, thing formed]

cytoplasm

The part of a cell outside the nucleus and inside the cell membrane.

cytoplasm

that part of the cellular PROTOPLASM not located in the nucleus. The range of organelles contained in the cytoplasm varies widely between PROKARYOTE and EUKARYOTE cells.

cytoplasm

gel-like substance within the cell membrane, in which the nucleus, specialized organelles and inclusions are suspended

cytoplasm

the protoplasm of a cell surrounding the nucleus (nucleoplasm).
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