- n. Plural form of protoplasm.
“I am glad your wife enjoyed herself and she confirms my racial theories that Gentiles have better protoplasms.”
“If evolution is true, without any God involved in it at all, if there was no God then we're all just random chance protoplasms.”
“Thus the most varied cell structures and formless protoplasms have been investigated and individual groups of compounds defined which repeatedly emerge in the lists of these components, and since Hoppe-Seyler's work nucleins, lecithin, cholesterol, and finally potassium salts, in addition to proteins, have been added to the list.”
“In the first place, it utterly fails to explain why the living cell has these properties, while no other body possesses them, nor why they are possessed by living protoplasms _alone_, ceasing instantly with death.”
“Something of this same sort of revolution was inaugurated in the study of living things by the discovery of cells and protoplasms.”
“_ '' You just stop at home, and grub away among your musty manuscripts, and work away at your protoplasms and your elixirs of life. ”
“It's different from molecules and protoplasms, but it's every bit as nice.”
“We were just in ecstasies over differentiations, and molecules, and the professor, and protoplasms, and ascidians.”
“Because any growth and consequently any restoration of the tissues of the organism is accomplished -- and this is a scientific fact -- by the increase and growth of the protoplasms and cells which compose every living body.”
“But to most of us it came in the boring beginning of time, and we wasted our best spells on plesiosauri, and protoplasms, and angels with flaming swords, all of whom knew magic too, and were not impressed.”
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