Bi"o*plasm (?), n. [Gr. life + form, mold, fr. to mold.] Biol.

A name suggested by Dr. Beale for the germinal matter supposed to be essential to the functions of all living beings; the material through which every form of life manifests itself; unaltered protoplasm.


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