Capable of diffusing or of undergoing diffusion: diffusible dyes. (adjective)
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Use "diffusible" in a sentence
"Beadle and Ephrussi designed at Caltech a set of experiments, involving transplantation of larval imaginal eye discs, to study the vermilion-plus hormone, as they called the diffusible substance."
"We introduce morphogens -- diffusible signal molecules -- and adhesive proteins (both molecular components of our DPMs) or we knock these molecules down."
"A gradient is a source of a morphogen, a diffusible product of the cells."