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Jelly

Jelly Origin: Formerly gelly, gely, f. Gelee jelly, frost, fr. Geler to freeze. L. Gelare; akin to gelu frost. See Gelid. 1.... Read More

Protoplasm

Definition noun plural: protoplasms pro·to·plasm, ˈprəʊtəˌplæzəm The fluid living content of the cell that... Read More

Honeybee

Honey Bee Definition A honey bee is a type of bee known for collecting honey and living in communities. The true honey bees... Read More

Primitive Animals

Incorrect taxonomic classifications deemed organisms to be either animals or plants, in the Plantae or Animalia kingdoms... Read More

Jam

Jam 1. A mass of people or objects crowded together; also, the pressure from a crowd; a crush; as, a jam in a street; a jam... Read More

Cytoplasm

Cytoplasm definition noun plural: cytoplasms cy·to·plasm, ˈsaɪtoʊˌplæzəm The contents of a cell surrounded by... Read More

Gel

Gel jelly like material formed by the coagulation of a colloidal liquid. Many gels have a fibrous matrix and fluid filled... Read More

Agar

Definition noun A gelatinous material derived from algae, specifically used as a culture medium of bacteria and other cells... Read More

Tart

tart 1. Sharp to the taste; acid; sour; as, a tart apple. 2. Sharp; keen; severe; as, a tart reply; tart language; a tart... Read More

Speract

speract sea urchin peptide hormone, from the jelly coat of the eggs of the sea urchins Strongylocentrotus purpuratus and... Read More

Zooplankton

Definition noun Animal or animal-like constituent of plankton, comprised mainly of freely floating protozoa, small... Read More

Glycerogelatin

Glycerogelatin --> glycerinated gelatin a preparation made of equal parts of gelatin and glycerin; a firm mass liquefying... Read More

Zoogloea

Definition noun, plural: zoogleas, zoogleae A jelly-like gram-negative aerobic rod-shaped bacterium that aggregates on... Read More

Nucleoplasm

Definition noun plural: nucleoplasm nu·cle·o·plasm, ˈnjuːklɪəˌplæzəm (cell biology) The protoplasm of the... Read More

Leaves

Leaves are highly efficient solar energy converters. They capture light energy and through the process of photosynthesis.... Read More