• Definition for "germ plasm"
    • The cytoplasm of a germ cellular, particularly that…
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germ plasm definition

  • noun:
    • The cytoplasm of a germ cellular, particularly that part containing the chromosomes.
    • Germ cells as distinguished from other body cells.
    • Hereditary product; genes. Also called plasm.
    • The cytoplasm of a germ mobile, particularly that component containing the chromosomes.
    • Germ cells as distinguished off their cells.
    • Hereditary product; genetics. Also known as plasm.
    • The cytoplasm of germ cells
    • The cytoplasm of germ cells
    • Same as germ-plasma.
    • just like germ-plasma.
    • the protoplasm regarding the germ cells which has chromosomes and genetics
    • the protoplasm of germ cells that contains chromosomes and genetics
    • The cytoplasm of a germ mobile, specifically that component containing the chromosomes.
    • Germ cells as distinguished from other body cells.
    • Hereditary material; genes. Also known as plasm.
    • The cytoplasm of germ cells
    • just like germ-plasma.
    • the protoplasm of the germ cells which contains chromosomes and genetics
    • The cytoplasm of a germ cell, particularly that part containing the chromosomes.
    • Germ cells as distinguished off their body cells.
    • Hereditary material; genetics. Also referred to as plasm.
    • The cytoplasm of germ cells
    • just like germ-plasma.
    • the protoplasm associated with germ cells that contains chromosomes and genes
    • The cytoplasm of a germ cellular, specially that component containing the chromosomes.
    • Germ cells as distinguished off their body cells.
    • Hereditary material; genes. Also referred to as plasm.
    • The cytoplasm of germ cells
    • just like germ-plasma.
    • the protoplasm associated with the germ cells which has chromosomes and genetics
  • others:
    • See plasmogen, and idioplasm.
    • See plasmogen, and idioplasm.
    • See plasmogen, and idioplasm.
    • See plasmogen, and idioplasm.
    • See plasmogen, and idioplasm.
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