The plasmodium as it emerges to form fruit is pale pink or flesh color, slowly deepening to brown as maturity advances.
There we know that it acts by killing the plasmodium and is a real specific.
Occurring in large colonies on barkless decaying logs of various species; the plasmodium almost colorless.
With the same exception, the plasmodium in every case is yellow.
The parasites that cause the malarial fevers are Sporozoans and belong to the genus plasmodium.
The plasmodium of this species is variously cited from white to yellow.
A plasmodium that appeared suddenly and passed to fruit on agar in a petri dish offers a valuable suggestion for further research.
Nothing can be more interesting than to watch the slime-mould as its plasmodium accomplishes this its last migration.
Well described by Persoon, who also appears to have observed the plasmodium "primo rubra."
plasmodium watery white, or transparent, wide streaming on decaying sod, etc.
plasmodium plas·mo·di·um (plāz-mō'dē-əm)
n. pl. plas·mo·di·a (-dē-ə)
A multinucleate mass of cytoplasm formed by the aggregation of a number of amoeboid cells, as that characteristic of the vegetative phase of the slime molds.
A protozoan of the genus Plasmodium, which includes the parasites that cause malaria.
A genus of protozoans that are parasites of the red blood cells of vertebrates and include the causative agents of malaria.