Archoplasm

Ar'cho┬Ěplasm noun [ See Archon ; Plasma .] (Biol.) The substance from which attraction spheres develop in mitotic cell division, and of which they consist.
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Archoplasm

• (n.) The substance from which attraction spheres develop in mitotic cell division, and of which they consist.
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Archoplasm

Archoplasm or archiplasm is the protoplasmic material surrounding the centrosome, formerly thought to be involved in the formation of the asters and spindle during mitosis.
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