プラズマ, 血漿, 原形質
Noun(1) the colorless watery fluid of the blood and lymph that contains no cells, but in which the blood cells (erythrocytes, leukocytes, and thrombocytes(2) a green slightly translucent variety of chalcedony used as a gemstone(3) (physical chemistry
(1) For gas tungsten arc and plasma arc the filler metals are not used and the edges are fused.(2) Lysed erythrocytes, blood plasma , and damaged lung tissue were discussed as possible sources for the cholesterol and its esters.(3) In addition to hydrostatic pressure, GFR is influenced by glomerular plasma osmotic pressure.(4) If the drug concentrations in plasma or other body fluids decrease mono-exponentially in time, absorption is apparently absent or very fast.(5) In fact, the whole magnetosphere becomes a hotter place as the energy of the CME increases plasma temperatures.(6) Research on nuclear fusion in the 1940s shifted the focus of plasma research from the stars to laboratories on Earth.(7) It is caused by antibodies in the donor plasma against white blood cells of the transfusion recipient.(8) For example, in discussing ionized plasma boundary layer control, a certain paper by engineers at Northrop is mentioned.(9) The HIV bDNA assays can be used for the detection and quantification of HIV virions in plasma , serum, blood cells, or tissue.(10) Aquaporins are water channel proteins that are expressed in various membrane compartments of plant cells, including the plasma and vacuolar membranes.(11) Magnetic reconnection should produce telltale jets of moving plasma at high temperature that we hope to detect with EIS.(12) First, we have checked that in K + buffer plasma and mitochondrial potentials were dissipated.(13) Cortisol levels can be determined from plasma , urine, and saliva samples.(14) They used energetic particles in a plasma to knock, or sputter, carbon atoms from a graphite surface, forming a carbon vapor.(15) After the gas reaches a certain temperature it becomes plasma .(16) If plasma at that temperature so much as touched anything, it would go out like a light.
(1) plasma membrane :: 細胞膜
1. blood plasma ::
2. plasm ::
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