What is the real name of cytoplasm


Cytoplasm is the real name of the jelly-like substance that fills the cells of all living organisms. It is a complex mixture of various organic and inorganic compounds, including water, enzymes, ions, and proteins, which carry out various cellular functions such as metabolism, energy production, and protein synthesis. The term "cytoplasm" comes from the Greek words "kytos" meaning "container" and "plasma" meaning "something molded or formed."


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