bioplasm


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bioplasm

(ˈbaɪəʊˌplæzəm)
n
(Biology) rare living matter; protoplasm
ˌbioˈplasmic adj
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1) It now seems to me that the evidence, which at that time seemed so strongly to favor the idea of the importance of the grosser materials of the egg, is insufficient to establish its case, and that the important factors of development are dynamic properties of the bioplasm, rather than the formed products of the egg, or of the differentiated products of the adult animal.
If the formed substances at each level are the products of the bioplasm, must not trie bioplasm itself be stratified in nearly the same sense ?