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- n. bioplasm
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- n. Bioplasm.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A hypothetical soul-stuff; the substance of a supposed spiritual body; the od of organic life.
- n. In biology, one of the smallest theoretical units of living substance: same as plasome, biophore, etc.
Living protoplasm, or in other words a biogen molecule, is regarded as consisting of a central atom group (_Leistungskern_), related to which are numerous secondary atom groups or side-chains, with unsatisfied chemical affinities.
The explanation is thus carried back to the complicated constitution of biogen molecules in various living cells of the body.
If science could only behold this wonderful laboratory within the vital storehouse of Nature, she would no longer vainly seek for the origin of life, nor wonder, what may have become of the missing link in scientific evolution, because, she would quickly realize that, biogen - esis is the one grand truth of both animate and inanimate Nature, the central, living source of which is God.
Or Sante doesn't want competing biogen hydrocarbons. "
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