cutose definition

  • noun:
    • many different cellulose, occurring as a fine transparent membrane since the aerial organs of plants, and forming an essential ingredient of cork.
    • A variety of cellulose, occuring as a fine transparent membrane covering the aerial organs of flowers, and forming an essential ingredient of cork; by oxidation it passes to suberic acid.
    • In botany, a name applied by Frémy to the material composing the hyaline film or cuticle covering the aërial organs of plants.
    • multiple cellulose, occurring as a superb transparent membrane since the aerial organs of flowers, and developing an important ingredient of cork.
    • multiple cellulose, occuring as a fine transparent membrane within the aerial body organs of flowers, and forming an essential ingredient of cork; by oxidation it passes to suberic acid.
    • In botany, a name applied by Frémy to the product creating the hyaline film or cuticle within the aërial body organs of flowers.

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