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hyaloplasm

 [hi´ah-lo-plazm″]
the more fluid, finely granular substance of the cytoplasm of cells.

hy·a·lo·plasm

, hyaloplasma (hī'ă-lō-plazm', -plaz'mă),
The protoplasmic fluid substance of a cell.
[hyalo- + G. plasma, thing formed]

hyaloplasm

/hy·a·lo·plasm/ (hi´ah-lo-plazm″) the more fluid, finely granular substance of the cytoplasm of a cell.
nuclear hyaloplasm  karyolymph.

hyaloplasm

(hī′ə-lō-plăz′əm)
n.
The clear fluid portion of cytoplasm as distinguished from the granular and netlike components. Also called ground substance.

hyaloplasm

[hī′əlōplaz′əm]
Etymology: Gk, hyalos + plasma, formation
the portion of the cytoplasm that is clear and more fluid than the granular and reticular part. Also called cytohyaloplasm, cytolymph, enchylema, interfibrillar mass of Flemming, interfilar mass, paramitome.

hy·a·lo·plasm

, hyaloplasma (hī'ă-lō-plazm, -plaz'mă)
The protoplasmic fluid substance of a cell.
[hyalo- + G. plasma, thing formed]

hyaloplasm