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- n. Variant of hypodermis.
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- n. The hypodermis.
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- n. Same as hypoblast.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In botany, same as hypoderma
- n. In arthropods, an epithelial integumentary layer below the cuticular or chitinized crust.
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His voice carried as much energy as a hypoderm of sedative, and he made a shuffling sound when he walked.
Leaves binate, from 9 to 16 cm. long, the epiderm thick, hypoderm conspicuous, resin-ducts medial.
Leaves binate, sometimes ternate, from 15 to 30 cm. long, rigid, erect; hypoderm of uniform thick-walled cells; resin-ducts of remarkable size, septal, or not quite touching the endoderm and technically external.
Leaves in fascicles of 2 and 3, or more in its southern range, from 12 to 25 cm. long; resin-ducts internal, hypoderm biform, endoderm with thin outer walls.
Leaves in fascicles of 5, the sheath deciduous, the two dermal tissues distinct, the hypoderm-cells uniform.
Leaves in fascicles of 3, the sheath persistent, from 20 to 30 cm. long; the hypoderm often in large masses, the resin-ducts external, the endoderm with thin outer walls.
Leaves ternate, from 12 to 20 cm. long; resin-ducts medial or medial and internal, hypoderm biform.
Such partitions are sometimes met in other species, P. P.inglei or P. canariensis, where the hypoderm is abundant.
Leaves in fascicles of 2 to 5, from 15 to 22 cm. long; resin-ducts internal, hypoderm biform, endoderm with thin outer walls.
Leaves in fascicles of 2, from 9 to 12 cm. long; resin-ducts medial, hypoderm weak, sometimes of a single row, biform when of two rows, endoderm with thin outer walls.