The general cytoplasm shows no differentiation into ectoplasm and endoplasm; it is uniformly alveolar in character.
They possess a distinct membrane and an excentric nucleus, and contain numerous yellow pigment-granules in the endoplasm.
The endoplasm is very densely granular and colored a blue-green, probably from food particles.
The endoplasm or the intracapsular sarcode exhibits in the greater number of Spumellaria a more or less distinct radial striation.
The endoplasm appears well filled with food bodies, some of which could be distinguished as Amphidinium and Glenodinium.
This layer is designated the ectoplasm, as distinguished from the remainder of the cell contents, the endoplasm.
The sarcocyte alone constitutes the septum, traversing the endoplasm, in septate Gregarines.
Three equal large oil-globules in the endoplasm, corresponding to the three lobes of the porochora.
In this condition ectoplasm and endoplasm could be made out with the clearest definition.
In this form (fig. 5) there is no distinction between ectoplasm and endoplasm, and there is an entire absence of vacuoles.
endoplasm en·do·plasm (ěn'də-plāz'əm)
A central, less viscous portion of the cytoplasm that is distinguishable in certain cells, especially motile cells and protozoa.