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plasmon

/ ˈplæzmɒn /

noun

  1. genetics the sum total of plasmagenes in a cell


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Word History and Origins

Origin of plasmon1

C20: from German, from Greek plasma. See plasma

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Example Sentences

Starting from the earliest stage in the process, there would be two men in the outer Hut grinding plasmon biscuit into powder.

The rations were found sufficient, but the plasmon biscuits were so hard that they had to be broken with a geological hammer.

MacAlister, who was deeply interested in the plasmon fortunes, was anxious to get the product adopted by the army.

It was only a little while until the British army had experimented with plasmon and adopted it.

Convince him that plasmon is what the army needs, that the military hospitals are suffering for it.

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