can u pls differentiate b/w protoplast, protoplasm , cytoplasm , nucleoplasm/karyoplasm...

The term protoplast is used to refer collectively to the plasma membrane and the protoplasm.

Protoplasm refers to the living contents of cell and consists of cytoplasm and a nucleus.

Cytoplasm refer to the matrix present outside the nucleus in which all the cell organelles are found embedded.

The nucleoplasm/karyoplasm refer to the matrix present inside the nucleus only.

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