adjective Physiology.
capable of being transformed into organized tissue.

1840–50; < Greek eúplast(os) malleable + -ic. See eu-, plastic Unabridged
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euplastic (juːˈplæstɪk)
healing quickly and well
[C19: from Greek euplastos readily moulded; see eu-, plastic]

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euplastic eu·plas·tic (yōō-plās'tĭk)
Readily transformed into tissue, as in the healing of a wound.

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