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ascoplasm (noun,ascus term, pl. ascoplasms) – the cytoplasm of the ascus (or pre-ascus). During ascospore formation the ascoplasm is cleaved into epiplasm, remaining outside the newly formed ascospores, and sporoplasm, i. e., the new cytoplasm of the ascospore cells. Related terms: free-cell formation. This is:part of ascus.

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