cytoplasm

Substance contained within the plasma membrane excluding, in eukaryotes, the nucleus.

Cytoplasm

In cell biology, this term is applied to the ground substance of the cell in which are situated the cell organelles such as the nucleus, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes etc.

cytoplasm

(Life processes and cells) the living substance inside a cell (not including the nucleus)

Cytoplasm

The cytoplasm comprises cytosol – the gel-like substance enclosed within the cell membrane – and the organelles – the cell`s internal sub-structures. All of the contents of the cells of prokaryote organisms (such as bacteria, which lack a cell nucleus) are contained within the cytoplasm. Within the cells of eukaryote organisms the contents ....
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cytoplasm

(cyto- + Gr. plasma plasm) the protoplasm of a cell exclusive of that of the nucleus; it consists of a continuous aqueous solution (cytosol) and the organelles and inclusions suspended in it (phaneroplasm), and is the site of most of the chemical activities of the cell.
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cytoplasm

(Gk: kytos vessel; plasso to shape; plasma=form, mould) all the contents of a cell, except the nucleus.
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cytoplasm

(si´to-plaz″әm) the protoplasm of a cell surrounding the nucleus (nucleoplasm). adj., cytoplas´mic., adj.
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cytoplasm

(si;tuo-plaz;em) In a cell, the protoplasm located outside of the nucleus.
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cytoplasm

[n] - the protoplasm of a cell excluding the nucleus
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Cytoplasm

[pronounce: site-O-plaz-m ] Jelly inside a cell where the cell's activities happen.
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Cytoplasm

• (n.) The substance of the body of a cell, as distinguished from the karyoplasma, or substance of the nucleus.
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cytoplasm

<cell biology> The protoplasm of a cell exclusive of that of the nucleus, it consists of a continuous aqueous solution (cytosol) and the organelles and inclusions suspended in it (phaneroplasm) and is the site of most of the chemical activities of the cell. ... Origin: Gr. Plasma ... (13 Nov 1997) ...
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cytoplasm

cytol noun the protoplasm of a cell excluding the nucleus; is full of proteins that control cell metabolism
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Cytoplasm

Cy'to·plasm noun [ Greek ............ 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 (-pl...z'm...k) adjective
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Cytoplasm

A jelly like material found in a living cell.
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cytoplasm

A transmission electron micrograph of the cytoplasm of a plant cell. M=mitochondrion; V=vacuole; G=Golgi apparatus ; W=cell wall; P=plastid; ER=endoplasmic reticulum. Image credit: Donald Dandforth Plant Science Center The jelly-like matrix that surrounds the nucleus of a cell and is bounded by...
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Cytoplasm

All of the protoplasm in a cell except for what is contained in the nucleus.
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cytoplasm

All the contents of a cell, including the plasma membrane,but not including the nucleus.
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CYTOPLASM

Cell protoplasm; the fluid and particulates within a cell, exclusive of the cell nucleus.
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Cytoplasm

Cytoplasm: All of the substance of a cell outside of the nucleus. The cytoplasm contains a number of different types organelles such as the mitochondria. Most, but not all, cells have cytoplasm. Mature sperm are essentially devoid of cytoplasm. The word 'cytoplasm' was compounded from two Greek roots -- 'kytos,' a hollow vessel + 'plasma,' plasm. F...
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cytoplasm

cytoplasm: see protoplasm.
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cytoplasm

Fundamental substance or matrix of the cell (within the plasma membrane) which surrounds the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria and other organelles.
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Cytoplasm

In cell biology, this term is applied to the ground substance of the cell in which are situated the cell organelles such as the nucleus, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes etc.
Found on http://www.chemicalglossary.net/definition/410-Cytoplasm

cytoplasm

Part of plant and animal cells outside the nucleus (and outside the large vacuole of plant cells). Strictly speaking, this includes all the organelles (mitochondria, chloroplasts, and so on) and is the area in which most cell activities take place. However, cytoplasm is often used to refer to the jel...
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Cytoplasm

the contents of the cell, not including thenucleus.
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