Definition of Plasmolyzed

1. plasmolyze [v] - See also: plasmolyze



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plasmolyzed

plasmogamies
plasmogen
plasmoid
plasmoids
plasmolemma
plasmolyse
plasmolyser
plasmolyses
plasmolysis
plasmolyte
plasmolytes
plasmolytic
plasmolyze
plasmolyzed (current term)
plasmolyzer
plasmolyzers
plasmolyzes
plasmolyzing
plasmon
plasmonic
plasmonics
plasmons
plasmorrhexis
plasmoschisis
plasmosin
plasmotomy
plasmotropic
plasmotropism

Literary usage of Plasmolyzed

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

1. Journal of Morphology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology (1892)
"The only difference between the normal eggs and the plasmolyzed eggs was that ... Ten minutes later, however, every second one of the plasmolyzed eggs was ..."

2. Studies in General Physiology by Jacques Loeb (1905)
"Ten minutes later, however, every second one of the plasmolyzed eggs was segmented, mostly into two, exceptionally into four, segments. ..."

3. Studies in General Physiology by Jacques Loeb (1905)
"The only difference between the normal eggs and the plasmolyzed eggs was that ... Ten minutes Inter, however, every second one of the plasmolyzed eggs was ..."

4. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (1914)
"At this time only occasional epidermal cells of the leaves were plasmolyzed with a normal solution of the salt, but plasmolysis of all of the epidermal ..."

5. Principles of Animal Biology by Aaron Franklin Shull, George Roger Larue, Alexander Grant Ruthven (1920)
"Evidence From plasmolyzed Cells.—Similar evidence comes from ... A plasmolyzed cell. On immersing the cell in a salt solution the protoplasm shrunk into ..."

6. The Rôle of Diffusion and Osmotic Pressure in Plants by Burton Edward Livingston (1903)
"The animals plasmolyzed by low temperature return to their normal activity with rise in temperature, but Greeley was unable to cause the same reversal in ..."

7. The Role of Diffusion and Osmotic Pressure in Plants by Burton Edward Livingston (1903)
"The animals plasmolyzed by low temperature return to their normal activity with rise in temperature, but Greeley was unable to cause the same reversal in ..."

8. Injury, Recovery, and Death: In Relation to Conductivity and Permeability by Winthrop John Van Leuven Osterhout (1922)
"The result will be that the plasmolyzed cell will recover, and return to its original expanded condition.6 The time required for recovery is usually ..."

9. Journal of Morphology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology (1892)
"The only difference between the normal eggs and the plasmolyzed eggs was that ... Ten minutes later, however, every second one of the plasmolyzed eggs was ..."

10. Studies in General Physiology by Jacques Loeb (1905)
"Ten minutes later, however, every second one of the plasmolyzed eggs was segmented, mostly into two, exceptionally into four, segments. ..."

11. Studies in General Physiology by Jacques Loeb (1905)
"The only difference between the normal eggs and the plasmolyzed eggs was that ... Ten minutes Inter, however, every second one of the plasmolyzed eggs was ..."

12. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (1914)
"At this time only occasional epidermal cells of the leaves were plasmolyzed with a normal solution of the salt, but plasmolysis of all of the epidermal ..."

13. Principles of Animal Biology by Aaron Franklin Shull, George Roger Larue, Alexander Grant Ruthven (1920)
"Evidence From plasmolyzed Cells.—Similar evidence comes from ... A plasmolyzed cell. On immersing the cell in a salt solution the protoplasm shrunk into ..."

14. The Rôle of Diffusion and Osmotic Pressure in Plants by Burton Edward Livingston (1903)
"The animals plasmolyzed by low temperature return to their normal activity with rise in temperature, but Greeley was unable to cause the same reversal in ..."

15. The Role of Diffusion and Osmotic Pressure in Plants by Burton Edward Livingston (1903)
"The animals plasmolyzed by low temperature return to their normal activity with rise in temperature, but Greeley was unable to cause the same reversal in ..."

16. Injury, Recovery, and Death: In Relation to Conductivity and Permeability by Winthrop John Van Leuven Osterhout (1922)
"The result will be that the plasmolyzed cell will recover, and return to its original expanded condition.6 The time required for recovery is usually ..."

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