What is endoplasm?

Endoplasm is the inner portion of the cytoplasm; it is less viscous than the ectoplasm and contains most of the cell’s solid structures.

Endoplasm generally refers to the inner, dense part of a cell’s cytoplasm. This is opposed to the ectoplasm which is the outer layer of the cytoplasm, which is typically watery and immediately adjacent to the plasma membrane.…

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