/ (ˈbaɪəʊˌplæzəm) /
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rare living matter; protoplasm
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Derived forms of bioplasmbioplasmic, adjective
Words nearby bioplasm
biopharmaceutical, biophilia, biophysics, biopic, biopiracy, bioplasm, bioplastic, biopoiesis, biopolymer, bioprocess, bioprospecting
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How to use bioplasm in a sentence
For he gains nothing by merely substituting "bioplasm" and "bioplasts" for "protoplasm" and "plastide particles."Life: Its True Genesis|R. W. Wright
The matter which forms the mass of a cell is called protoplasm, or bioplasm.
All organic structure is the result of change taking place in bioplasm.
Bioplasm is living matter; it is structureless, semi-fluid, transparent and colorless.
Both processes take place only in bioplasm or vitalized matter, supplied with oxygen, water and heat.