plasmolyze


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plas·mo·lyze

 (plăz′mə-līz′)
v. plas·mo·lyzed, plas·mo·lyz·ing, plas·mo·lyz·es
v.tr.
To subject to plasmolysis.
v.intr.
To undergo plasmolysis.
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plasmolyze


Past participle: plasmolyzed
Gerund: plasmolyzing

Imperative
plasmolyze
plasmolyze
Present
I plasmolyze
you plasmolyze
he/she/it plasmolyzes
we plasmolyze
you plasmolyze
they plasmolyze
Preterite
I plasmolyzed
you plasmolyzed
he/she/it plasmolyzed
we plasmolyzed
you plasmolyzed
they plasmolyzed
Present Continuous
I am plasmolyzing
you are plasmolyzing
he/she/it is plasmolyzing
we are plasmolyzing
you are plasmolyzing
they are plasmolyzing
Present Perfect
I have plasmolyzed
you have plasmolyzed
he/she/it has plasmolyzed
we have plasmolyzed
you have plasmolyzed
they have plasmolyzed
Past Continuous
I was plasmolyzing
you were plasmolyzing
he/she/it was plasmolyzing
we were plasmolyzing
you were plasmolyzing
they were plasmolyzing
Past Perfect
I had plasmolyzed
you had plasmolyzed
he/she/it had plasmolyzed
we had plasmolyzed
you had plasmolyzed
they had plasmolyzed
Future
I will plasmolyze
you will plasmolyze
he/she/it will plasmolyze
we will plasmolyze
you will plasmolyze
they will plasmolyze
Future Perfect
I will have plasmolyzed
you will have plasmolyzed
he/she/it will have plasmolyzed
we will have plasmolyzed
you will have plasmolyzed
they will have plasmolyzed
Future Continuous
I will be plasmolyzing
you will be plasmolyzing
he/she/it will be plasmolyzing
we will be plasmolyzing
you will be plasmolyzing
they will be plasmolyzing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been plasmolyzing
you have been plasmolyzing
he/she/it has been plasmolyzing
we have been plasmolyzing
you have been plasmolyzing
they have been plasmolyzing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been plasmolyzing
you will have been plasmolyzing
he/she/it will have been plasmolyzing
we will have been plasmolyzing
you will have been plasmolyzing
they will have been plasmolyzing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been plasmolyzing
you had been plasmolyzing
he/she/it had been plasmolyzing
we had been plasmolyzing
you had been plasmolyzing
they had been plasmolyzing
Conditional
I would plasmolyze
you would plasmolyze
he/she/it would plasmolyze
we would plasmolyze
you would plasmolyze
they would plasmolyze
Past Conditional
I would have plasmolyzed
you would have plasmolyzed
he/she/it would have plasmolyzed
we would have plasmolyzed
you would have plasmolyzed
they would have plasmolyzed
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Shibata and Shimada (1986) quantified damaged cells in crown tissue of orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) recovering from freezing and describe the cells as "degenerated and with nuclear pycnosis." They concluded that compared with control tissue, cells with nuclear pycnosis had been killed by freezing injury because they did not plasmolyze with Ca[Cl.sub.2] and they stained a weaker color with neutral red in hand sections that had not been exposed to fixative (Shibata and Shimada, 1986).