enchyma definition

  • noun:
    • The ancient formative juice, that the areas, particularly the cellular tissue, tend to be formed.
    • The ancient formative liquid, from where the tissues, specially the mobile muscle, are formed.
    • A liquid elaborated from chyme and utilized in the synthesis of the residing cells and areas.
    • The ancient formative liquid, from which the tissues, especially the cellular structure, tend to be created.
    • The ancient formative juice, where the cells, particularly the mobile structure, are created.
    • A liquid elaborated from chyme and found in the forming of the residing cells and tissues.
    • The ancient formative liquid, where the tissues, specially the mobile muscle, are created.
    • The primitive formative juice, where the tissues, particularly the mobile structure, tend to be formed.
    • A liquid elaborated from chyme and found in the formation of the residing cells and cells.

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