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plas·mat·ic

(plaz-mat'ik),
Relating to plasma.
Synonym(s): plasmic

plasmatic

adjective Referring to plasma; plasmic. Plasmatic is less commonly used than plasma in the working medical parlance.

plas·mat·ic

(plaz-mat'ik)
Relating to plasma.
Synonym(s): plasmic.

plasmic

plasmatic; pertaining to or of the nature of plasma.
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It was shown that the permeability of the plasmic membrane of most somaclonal families derived from the cultivars Kirundo 9 and Facagro 76 was less affected by chilling than in the original parental cultivars, which may at least partially explain their improved chilling tolerance.
Linda, 34, got pregnant thanks to a pioneering technique called intracyto- plasmic sperm injection.
Within the plasmic folds of a kind of supercoordinate Hilbert space, Wallace choreographs a dance of distentions (not all of which appear as characters) that are for purposes of the dance indistinguishable from the envelope of fatality with whose topological surface they interface and from whose curvature and parallax they fail to deduce their imprisonment in a paint-by-number Las Meninas that seems drawn to scale by the Logico-Tractator himself.
The Spacebus 4000 is also well known for its plasmic propulsion, which makes the satellite lighter and longer lived, due to a lower rate of fuel consumption.
1993 Transcriptional induction of genes encoding endo plasmic reticulum resident proteins requires a transmembrane protein kinase.
2,7) In one study, staining for Ki-67 with MIB-1 plasmic lumina containing erythrocytes (center) (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X200).
106 mm), with fine sand being a skeletal component, potentially promoting infiltrability, and very fine sand being a plasmic component, constraining infiltrability.
Reactivity of soluble fibrin assay with plasmic degradation products of fibrin and in patients receiving fibrinolytic therapy.
Upstairs in the galleries, Ernesto Neto's Nude Plasmic, 1999, relies as well on the phenomenology of simple form, but the Brazilian artist avoids Eliasson's picturesque imagery.
Pioneer of fertility techniques including in-vitro fertilisation and intracyto plasmic sperm injection.