A clear color
the color of a cytoplasm is clear color.
The cytoplasm is clear in color and gel-like
cytoplasm is a substance that suspends organelles in the cell. it is transparent.
cytoplasm is a substance that suspends organelles in the cell. it is transparent
clear , maybe a bit green bc of cytoplasm
Although plant cytoplasm is a jelly like colorless matrix, the presence of the pigment chlorophyll imparts a green color to cells
The cytoplasm can be stained a pink color by the dye eosin.
They are the chloroplasts.Chlorophyll gives them the color.
It is usually the color purple. But sometimes it can be other colors like pink.
a green crayon cause when you color with it it makes it green and cytoplasm makes the stem green.
It could basically be the space that surrounds the organelles; but I suggest that the cytoplasm should be indentified by a color.
it mostly determines the color of the leaf.
They have the same color as the Cellular Cytoplasm.
cyctoplasm is normally clear in colour
Cytoplasm is a substance that fills the cell. It is a thick, jelly-like material that is eighty percen water and usually a clear color.
It depends on the stain used when observing the cell.
The Natural Color Appeared In The Plant Cell is Green And The Structures That Give The Plant Cell Is The Chloroplasts.
It is a cream/yellow/white colour according to scientists.
These are the photosynthesizing chloroplasts which contain the pigment chlorophyll that give them their green color.
Plant Cytoplasm contains chloroplast which contains chlorophyll which absorbs red light and reflect back blue and yellow light. Blue and yellow makes green. That's why we see the color green.
The cytoplasm could be called the inside of a factory. Cytoplasm is the inside of a cell. The cytoplasm could be called the inside of a factory. Cytoplasm is the inside of a cell.
"The cytoplasm" is singular, but cytoplasms is the plural of "cytoplasm".
No they are not in the nucleus. They are in the cytoplasm.
Zoolanthellae is a substance that is present in large numbers in the cytoplasm of most marine invertebrates. It typically ranges in color from yellow to brown.
No. Cytoplasm is the fluid within a cell. Therefore, sperm does contain cytoplasm, but cytoplasm cannot contain sperm.
Cells contain cytoplasm; cytoplasm doesn't contain cells.
none. a cytoplasm is IN A CELL. a cell is NOT IN A CYTOPLASM.
Adding a stain such as Methylene Blue while color the cell. This makes it so that not all the light passes through the cell allowing for it to be more visible. This also will stain the cytoplasm a lighter color than the nucleus so the nucleus will be very dark and obvious. -Kodie
do eukaryotes have cytoplasm
No. Cytoplasm is a mixture.
The cytoplasm of a cell is
Usually it is clearish, but it always has a greenish/blueish tint. If you are doing a project, your best bet is light green.
Because vacuoles having the same white color of the cytoplasm in such cells are difficult to differentiate.
It's transparent. The only time it has a colour is when it's stained - but there's no specific colour. Varies widly.
Cytoplasm is similar to salt water because the cytoplasm has a bunch of organs in it
All cells have cytoplasm, so yes, onion cells do have cytoplasm.
"Our cytoplasm is out of CYT!" would be a good slogan for selling cytoplasm.
All cells have cytoplasm, so yes, onion cells have cytoplasm.
all of the organelles are inside the cytoplasm. Well rather the cytoplasm surrounds the organelles, like grapes(organelles) and jello(cytoplasm)
Cytoplasm is the colloid inside the cell. Cytosol is the fluid part of the cytoplasm.
Nuclei are the "brains" of the cells. Eosinophilic cytoplasm is cytoplasm that dyes red.
cytoplasm is like trash.
yes plants have cytoplasm
A bubble in the cytoplasm is a vacuole.
cytoplasm is like gelatin
what is meant by cytoplasm
all cells have cytoplasm
Cytoplasm is snot. GET IT ITS A METAPHOR?!
No. Cytoplasm contains water.