Cytoplasm, Biology

CYTOPLASM

Name proposed by Strassburger. According to Muhlethaler and Frey- Wyssling fluid outside nucleus is called cytoplasm.

Two parts of cytoplasm.

(1) Hyaloplasm or ground plasm or cytosol - protein rich liquid matrix of cytoplasm.

(2) Trophoplasm - part of cytoplasm containing organelles and inclusions.

Permanent and living structures of cytoplasm are called organelles.

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