What Does Cytoplasm Look like?

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Cytoplasm is a jell-like, gooey substance which holds everything in a cell just outside the nucleus. Cytoplasm contains a lot of water but no genetic material. It is made up of proteins, ions and vitamins.
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Cytoplasm is the liquid substance that holds everything in a cell outside of the nucleus. It contains a lot of water and jelly like and is light blue in color.
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A cytoplasm looks like a colorless jelly-like material composed of eighty percent water. The cytoplasm fills up the cell and holds together the organelles within the cell.
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Cytoplasm is the jelly-like stuff in cells that keep everything together. It's pretty much like Jell-O.
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