leucoplast


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leu·ko·plast

 (lo͞o′kə-plăst′) also leu·co·plast (lo͞o′kə-plăst′)
n.
A colorless plastid in the cytoplasm of plant cells around which starch collects.
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leucoplast

(ˈluːkəˌplæst) or

leucoplastid

n
(Biochemistry) any of the small colourless bodies occurring in the cytoplasm of plant cells and used for storing food material, esp starch
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leu•co•plast

(ˌlu kəˌplæst)

n.
a starch-storing colorless plastid in the cells of roots and underground or internal plant parts.
[1885–90]
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In group I patients, after painting and draping in supine position, the penis was retracted downward and fixed with leucoplast. The markers for injection were symphysis pubis.