Definition of Epiderms

1. Noun. (plural of epiderm) ¹



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Definition of Epiderms

1. epiderm [n] - See also: epiderm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epiderms

epidermoid cancer
epidermoid carcinoma
epidermoid inclusion cyst
epidermolysis
epidermolysis bullosa
epidermolysis bullosa acquisita
epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica
epidermolysis bullosa lethalis
epidermolysis bullosa simplex
epidermophyton
epidermose
epidermosis
epidermotropism
epiderms (current term)
epidialysis
epidiascope
epidiascopes
epidictic
epidictical
epididymectomy
epididymides
epididymite
epididymitides
epididymitis
epididymitises
epididymo-orchitis

Literary usage of Epiderms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Microscope and Its Revelations by William Benjamin Carpenter, William Henry Dallinger (1891)
"chyme is arranged on both sides in the same manner, and their epiderms are furnished ... Many epiderms may be torn off, by ercise of a little dexterity, ..."

2. Research Methods in Ecology by Frederic Edward Clements (1905)
"... are usually strongly illuminated on both sides, and the absorbed light can be obtained only by measuring the screening effect of both epiderms. ..."

3. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1844)
"... which is seen to be composed of three layers or distinct membranes, the dermis and the two epiderms ; and, between the second or internal epidermis and ..."

4. Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal (1843)
"Yet everything in the structure of these three skins is the same ; there are in all two epiderms and a dermis, and in all, between the second ..."

5. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1890)
"irregularly remous (branchy) in the Olive, the two epiderms of which they strongly support; often, also, these various sorts of protective cells are met at ..."

6. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1919)
"... exhibit extreme differences in the daily activity of their stomata, but that the upper and lower epiderms of the same species may also vary greatly. ..."

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