Origin of -plastfrom Classical Greek plastos, formed from plassein, to form: see plastic
Plast is defined as a small particle of a living matter.
An example of plast is cytoplast, which is a particle of the substance on the outside of a cell's nucleaus of a plant or animal.
A small body, structure, particle, or granule, especially of living matter; cell: chloroplast.
Origin of -plastFrom Greek plastos molded from plassein to mold ; see pelə-2 in Indo-European roots.