- peri·plas·mic -'plaz-mik adj of, relating to, occurring in, or being the space between the cell wall and the plasma membrane <the \periplasmic flagella of spirochetes>
* * *peri·plas·mic (per″e-plasґmik) around the plasma membrane; between the plasma membrane and the cell wall of a bacterium.
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periplasmic space — Structureless region between the plasma membrane and the cell wall of Gram negative bacteria … Dictionary of molecular biology
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