protoplast

[ proh-tuh-plast ]SEE DEFINITION OF protoplast
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He furrowed his protoplast brow that looked as youthful as it had a century ago.

I came out of the chamber all protoplast except for the spinal zone.

For this, the simplest form of the protoplast community is a single pair.

Verse cxxiv., protoplast, the original, the thing first formed.

Fortunately the time was already past when protoplast patients were looked upon as something mildly freakish and to be pitied.

The differentiation into nucleus and cytoplasm represents a division of labour in the protoplast.