epiblema definition

  • noun:
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, specifically modified to soak up liquids.
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, specially modified to soak up liquids.
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, specially adapted to absorb liquids.
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, specially adapted to soak up fluids.
    • In botany, the imperfectly formed skin which supplies the area associated with real epidermis in submerged flowers as well as on the extremities of growing origins.
    • In botany, the imperfectly created epidermis which provides the area associated with the true skin in submerged flowers and on the extremities of growing roots.
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, especially modified to absorb fluids.
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, specially adapted to absorb liquids.
    • In botany, the imperfectly formed skin which supplies the place of true skin in submerged plants as well as on the extremities of developing roots.
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, especially modified to absorb liquids.
    • The epidermal cells of rootlets, especially adapted to soak up fluids.
    • In botany, the imperfectly created skin which supplies the spot of this true epidermis in submerged flowers as well as on the extremities of growing roots.
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