Origin of plasma
Examples from the Web for plasma
“Convalescent blood transfusions and plasma transfusions may help people who are sick survive the infection,” he says.
The last time we detected a plasma oscillation was nine years ago.
Gurnett knew that he could use the vibrations in the plasma to determine its density.
When the frequency goes up, it means the density of the plasma is increasing.
First, he goes online to research all of his options (plasma vs. LCD, makes, models, etc.).
The cells of such tumors resemble very closely the type of plasma cell.Surgery, with Special Reference to Podiatry|Maximilian Stern
For an Amœba is nothing but a simple primary cell, a naked little lump of cell-matter, or plasma, containing a kernel.The History of Creation, Vol. II (of 2)|Ernst Haeckel
Some waste products, to be spoken of later, are also found in the plasma.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter
It is found that within a very short time a large percentage of the plasma has been discharged from the blood-vessels.
The food stuffs carried by the plasma are proteins, carbohydrates, salts and water.
British Dictionary definitions for plasma
- a hot ionized material consisting of nuclei and electrons. It is sometimes regarded as a fourth state of matter and is the material present in the sun, most stars, and fusion reactors
- the ionized gas in an electric discharge or spark, containing positive ions and electrons and a small number of negative ions together with un-ionized material
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Culture definitions for plasma (2 of 2)
The liquid part of blood or lymph. Blood plasma is mainly water; it also contains gases, nutrients, and hormones. The red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets are all suspended in the plasma of the blood.