Cytoplasm

Cy"to*plasm

(s?"t?-pl?z'm), n. [Gr. ky`tos hollow vessel + a mold.] (Biol.) The substance of the body of a cell, as distinguished from the karyoplasma, or substance of the nucleus. -- Cy`to*plas"mic (-plz"mk), a.
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Cyt"u*la

(s?t"?-l?), n. [NL., fr. Gr. ky`tos a hollow vessel.] (Biol.) The fertilized egg cell or parent cell, from the development of which the child or other organism is formed. Hckel.
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