Definition of Plasmoids

1. Noun. (plural of plasmoid) ¹



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Definition of Plasmoids

1. plasmoid [n] - See also: plasmoid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plasmoids

plasmoditrophoblast
plasmodium
plasmodium berghei
plasmodium chabaudi
plasmodium cynomolgi
plasmodium falciparum
plasmodium gallinaceum
plasmodium knowlesi
plasmodium malariae
plasmodium vivax
plasmodium yoelii
plasmogamies
plasmogen
plasmoid
plasmoids (current term)
plasmolemma
plasmolyse
plasmolyser
plasmolyses
plasmolysis
plasmolyte
plasmolytes
plasmolytic
plasmolyze
plasmolyzed
plasmolyzer
plasmolyzers
plasmolyzes

Literary usage of Plasmoids

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1894)
"which presented this train of symptoms, an examination of the blood of the patient revealed the presence of many malarial plasmoids, and subcutaneous ..."

2. Plasma Physics Of The Local Cosmos by National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Solar and Space Physics (2004)
"... arcades and magnetospheres), flux ropes or filaments (eg, plasmoids and sunspots), and turbulence (eg, solar wind fluctuations and bursty bulk flows). ..."

3. Therapeutic Gazette (1891)
"In both cases the attacks entirely ceased in a few days, and the plasmoids disappeared completely from the blood. These authors administered seven and a ..."

4. The Physiology of the Domestic Animals: A Text-book for Veterinary and by Robert Meade Smith (1890)
"Occasionally protoplasm becomes free by escaping from the interior of cells, such as the so-called plasmoids of ..."

5. Within the Mind Maze; Or, The Real Law of the Mind by Edgar Lucien Larkin (1911)
"... or plasmoids, created protoplasm, the only organic substance. To assert that matter is eternal is as obscure as to say it was created. ..."

6. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1894)
"which presented this train of symptoms, an examination of the blood of the patient revealed the presence of many malarial plasmoids, and subcutaneous ..."

7. Plasma Physics Of The Local Cosmos by National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Solar and Space Physics (2004)
"... arcades and magnetospheres), flux ropes or filaments (eg, plasmoids and sunspots), and turbulence (eg, solar wind fluctuations and bursty bulk flows). ..."

8. Therapeutic Gazette (1891)
"In both cases the attacks entirely ceased in a few days, and the plasmoids disappeared completely from the blood. These authors administered seven and a ..."

9. The Physiology of the Domestic Animals: A Text-book for Veterinary and by Robert Meade Smith (1890)
"Occasionally protoplasm becomes free by escaping from the interior of cells, such as the so-called plasmoids of ..."

10. Within the Mind Maze; Or, The Real Law of the Mind by Edgar Lucien Larkin (1911)
"... or plasmoids, created protoplasm, the only organic substance. To assert that matter is eternal is as obscure as to say it was created. ..."

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