Ground-substance



noun, Biology.
1.
Also called matrix. the homogeneous substance in which the fibers and cells of connective tissue are embedded.
2.
Also called hyaloplasm. the clear portion of the cell cytoplasm; cytosol.

ground substance n.

ground substance

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