bioplasm definition

  • noun:
    • Any residing matter, but particularly germinal or forming matter; matter possessing reproductive vigor; protoplasm, especially in its regards to residing processes and development.
    • A name recommended by Dr. Beale the germinal matter said to be necessary to the functions of lifestyle beings; the material by which every form of life manifests itself; unaltered protoplasm.
    • Living and germinal matter; formative, as distinguished from formed, matter.
    • Any residing matter, but especially germinal or forming matter; matter possessing reproductive vitality; protoplasm, especially in its relation to living procedures and development.
    • A name suggested by Dr. Beale when it comes to germinal matter supposed to be necessary to the functions of all of the living beings; the material by which every type of life manifests it self; unaltered protoplasm.
    • Living and germinal matter; formative, as distinguished from created, matter.

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