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In a supernova, the plasma streaming outward in the explosion meets the plasma of the interstellar medium.

Meanwhile, electrons in the plasma are far lighter and more liable to get tripped up by Earth’s magnetic field lines — giving those particles a much bumpier ride through the air.

However, plasma cells in the membranes formed a mesh made of IgA antibodies around the pathogen, blocking its entry.

Convalescent plasma treatment is an old idea—doctors even used it during the 1918 flu pandemic—but previous research hasn’t shown it to be incredibly useful or effective.

The machine consists of a doughnut-shaped chamber used to contain an incredibly hot plasma made up of two different isotypes of hydrogen fusing together to create helium and a huge amount of energy as a byproduct.

He found, too, that his first shrewd guess was correct—their bodies were of vegetable matter, rather than proto-plasmic.

The effective stimulus in a plasmic substance is dependent on its own nature and the influence which it receives from without.

A plasmic substance causes definite chemical and physical changes only when it is present in a certain condition of motion.

Ferval saw plasmic dew become anthropoidal apes, fiercely roaming primeval forests in search of prey.

Out near Pluto, where the system is even colder, there may be other forms of this frigi-plasmic life, if I may coin a word.

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On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to plasmic, such as: biological, nuclear, anatomical, constitutional, essential, and fundamental.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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