phelloderm

[fel-uh-durm]
noun Botany.
a layer of parenchyma produced inwardly by the cork cambium; an inner secondary cortex of the cork cambium.

phellodermal, adjective
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phelloderm (ˈfɛləʊˌdɜːm)
 
n
a layer of thin-walled cells produced by the inner surface of the cork cambium
 
[C19: from Greek phellos cork + -derm]
 
phello'dermal
 
adj

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phelloderm   (fěl'ə-dûrm')  Pronunciation Key 
The layer of tissue, often very thin, produced on the inside of the cork cambium in woody plants. It forms a secondary cortex. See more at cork cambium.
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Phelloderm cells, to the inside of the phellogen may be thickened or expanded.
Potato periderm consists of three different cell types: phellem, phellogen, and phelloderm.
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