Scientist or inventor.
Hugo von Waldeyer or Heinrich von Waldeyer..im not sure of that but i think one of them is the answer.
It is Alive! Cytoplasm is what is found in the interior of all Living Cells - the term protoplasm is used to describe the first cytoplasmic mixture.
protoplasm isn't an organel, i t is the reletive term for everything in a cell. so yes, all cells have protoplasm.
J.E. Purkinje discovered protoplasm in 1840. Protoplasm is a gel like material inside the cell membrane, and it is the physical basis of life.
The name of the first scientist who used the term element was Johan Gadolin in the year 1760.
Yes, Robert Hooke was the first one to use the term cell.
Robert Hooke was the English scientist and inventor who wrote the 1665 book Micrographia, in which he coined the term "cell" for a basic biological structure.
Which scientist coined the term Electrode?
he coined the term protoplasm in 1839
The word cytoplasm is in science category not computer,and it is the protoplasm of a cell excluding the nucleus
Now is considered that Plato used for the first time the word element.
It was first discovered by ' Johannes Purkinje ' in 1940. This word was used by Johannes Purkinje of Prague who had studied the contents of plant cells. Purkinje decided to call this living cell substance protoplasm from the Greek name Protoplastus which, in turn, came from the ancient liturgy of the Christian church.
Nucleoplasm is a chemistry term. Essentially, nucleoplasm is the term used to describe the matter protoplasm (the liquid) contained in a cell nucleus.
Robert Hooke was the scientist who coined the word "cell" while describing biological organisms. The term comes from the Latin word "cella" which means storeroom or small container in English.
The term for the jellylike substance that is contained inside the cell membrane is protoplasm. It has other names, such as cytoplasm or cytosol.
Protoplasm is the liquid contents of a cell, however, this term is not commonly used any more. There are divisions of protoplasm, such as cytoplasm - the liquid contents of the cell outside of the nucleus, and nucleoplasm - the liquid contents of the inside of the nucleus. It is composed of water, proteins, amino acids, nucleic acids, and other materials used within a cell.