Ectoplasm

[cell biology] Ectoplasm (from the ancient Greek word ἐκτός - èktòs: outside and πλάσμα - plasma: literally that which has form) refers to the outer, non-granulated part of a cell`s cytoplasm. This is opposed to the endoplasm which is the inner layer of the cytoplasm, and often is granulated. It is clear, and protects as well
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Ectoplasm

[radio show] Ectoplasm was a 2000 BBC Radio 4 comedy series written by and starring Dan Freedman and Nick Romero. Unlike the other radio work of Freedman and Romero, this series features single, coherent stories in each episode; certain motifs do, however, appear in all of the tales, e.g. Theremin`s murder attempts. ==Plot== The stories fol
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Ectoplasm

A semi-fluid substance exuded by a physical medium from which materializations may form.
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Ectoplasm

A semi-fluid substance exuded by a physical medium from which materializations may form.
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ectoplasm

[n] - (spiritualism) a substance supposed to emanate from the body of the medium during a trance 2. [n] - the outer granule-free layer of cytoplasm
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ectoplasm

In spiritualism, a normally invisible part of the physical body that is capable of assuming vaporous, liquid, or solid states. It is said to have an opaque white appearance, and to be extruded from...
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ectoplasm

Granule-free cytoplasm of amoeba lying immediately below the plasma membrane.
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Ectoplasm

Ec'to·plasm noun [ Ecto- + Greek ... form.] (Biol.) (a) The outer transparent layer of protoplasm in a developing ovum. (b) The outer hyaline layer of protoplasm in a vegetable cell. (c) The ectosarc of protozoan. ...
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ectoplasm

Granule free cytoplasm of amoeba lying immediately below the plasma membrane. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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ectoplasm

noun the outer granule-free layer of cytoplasm
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ectoplasm

noun (spiritualism) a substance supposed to emanate from the body of the medium during a trance
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Ectoplasm

• (n.) The ectosarc of protozoan. • (n.) The outer hyaline layer of protoplasm in a vegetable cell. • (n.) The outer transparent layer of protoplasm in a developing ovum.
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ectoplasm

(from the article `locomotion`) ...the movement is quite different. The amoeba, a protozoan, may be taken as an example. Its cytoplasm (the living substance surrounding the nucleus) ... ...possessing lobopodia. Although the mechanisms of amoeboid movement have long been a controversial topic, there is general agreement that ... [2 re...
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ectoplasm

in occultism, a mysterious, usually light-coloured, viscous substance that is said to exude from the body of a spiritualist medium in trance and may ... [1 related articles]
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ectoplasm

Type: Term Pronunciation: ek′tō-plazm Definitions: 1. The peripheral, more viscous cytoplasm of a cell; it contains microfilaments but is lacking in other organelles. Synonyms: exoplasm
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ectoplasm

Outer layer of a cell's cytoplasm, as opposed to the inner endoplasm
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Ectoplasm

[paranormal] ==Phenomenon== Ectoplasm is said to be formed by physical mediums when in a trance state. This material is excreted as a gauze-like substance from orifices on the medium`s body and spiritual entities are said to drape this substance over their nonphysical body, enabling them to interact in the physical and real universe. Some a
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