hyaloplasm

[ hahy-al-uh-plaz-uhm, hahy-uh-luh- ]
/ haɪˈæl əˌplæz əm, ˈhaɪ ə lə- /

noun Cell Biology.

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Origin of hyaloplasm

First recorded in 1885–90; hyalo- + -plasm

OTHER WORDS FROM hyaloplasm

hy·al·o·plas·mic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for hyaloplasm

hyaloplasm
/ (ˈhaɪələʊˌplæzəm) /

noun

the clear nongranular constituent of cell cytoplasm

Derived forms of hyaloplasm

hyaloplasmic, adjective
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Medical definitions for hyaloplasm

hyaloplasm
[ hīə-lō-plăz′əm ]

n.

The clear, fluid portion of cytoplasm as distinguished from the granular and netlike components.ground substance
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