• Definition for "cytode"
    • A nonnucleated mass of protoplasm, the supposed easiest…
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cytode definition

  • noun:
    • A nonnucleated mass of protoplasm, the supposed easiest form of separate life, differing through the amoeba, in which nuclei can be found.
    • A nonnucleated size of protoplasm, the expected easiest kind of independent life differing from amoeba, for which nuclei are present.
    • In biology: a phrase applied by Haeckel to a unicellular organism or element that has the value of a simple cell, but possesses no distinct nucleus.
    • A cell as a whole.
    • A nonnucleated size of protoplasm, the supposed most basic kind of separate life, differing from amoeba, where nuclei are present.
    • A nonnucleated size of protoplasm, the supposed most basic kind of separate life varying from amoeba, by which nuclei exist.
    • In biology: A term used by Haeckel to a unicellular organism or element which includes the value of a straightforward cell, but possesses no distinct nucleus.
    • A cell as a whole.
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