archiplasm


archiplasm
n. [Gr. arche, beginning; plasma, formed or molded]
A former name for the substance of the spindle fibers and astral rays; was thought to exist during the entire cell cycle, but to only become visible after aggregation at mitosis.

Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology. . 2005.

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  • archiplasm — [är′kə plaz΄əm] n. ARCHOPLASM * * * …   Universalium

  • archiplasm — [är′kə plaz΄əm] n. ARCHOPLASM …   English World dictionary

  • archiplasm — n. protoplasm, most primitive living material …   English contemporary dictionary

  • archiplasm — ar·chi·plasm …   English syllables

  • archiplasm — /ˈakəplæzəm/ (say ahkuhplazuhm) noun → archoplasm …   Australian English dictionary

  • archiplasm — …   Useful english dictionary

  • ar|cho|plasm — «AHR kuh PLAZ uhm», noun. = archiplasm. (Cf. ↑archiplasm) …   Useful english dictionary

  • archoplasm — /ˈakoʊplæzəm/ (say ahkohplazuhm), /ˈakə / (say ahkuh ) noun 1. protoplasm. 2. (in cell division) the substance surrounding the centrosome. Also, archiplasm. –archoplasmic, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • archiplasmic — adjective see archiplasm …   Useful english dictionary

  • ar|chi|plas|mic — «AHR kuh PLAZ mihk», adjective. of or of the nature of archiplasm. Also, archoplasmic …   Useful english dictionary


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