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[hahy-al-uh-plaz-uh m, hahy-uh-luh-] /haɪˈæl əˌplæz əm, ˈhaɪ ə lə-/

noun, Cell Biology.
the clear nongranular constituent of cell cytoplasm

hyaloplasm hy·a·lo·plasm (hī’ə-lō-plāz’əm)
The clear, fluid portion of cytoplasm as distinguished from the granular and netlike components. Also called ground substance.


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