epidermic


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Synonyms for epidermic

of or relating to a cuticle or cuticula

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Expanding upon Freud's idea of "surface entity" (1961, page 26), Anzieu's insistence that the self is eminently epidermic has unfortunately not received the attention it deserves from anthropologists and border theorists.
The epidermic cells of the leaves are covered by a dense layer of epicuticular wax, threadlike in Festuca carpetana and forming shaped plates in Festuca indigesta Boiss.
The external water especially the rains once imbibed into the epidermic cells of seed, the a- amylase will be activated in the aleuronic layer and then the seeds will be germinated.
3 >5 90 Escala de severidad para enfermedades ampollosas, inicialmente como score-ten (toxic epidermic necrolysis) Tabla 3.
Based on these anatomical features, several authors have suggested that the most likely mechanism for development of pilomatrixoma is inclusion of epidermic elements in abnormal locations during embryonic life and subsequent growth after birth.
The possible reason the concentration of serum IL-6 in patients with HFRS increased at early stage is that, after the HFRS virus infects the body, it proliferates in immune cells, fibroblast cells, epidermic cells, and intercapillary cells.
Had to rid myself of excesses and excrescences and epidermic infirmities.
Skin is a tissue that naturally renews itself throughout our lives thanks to the existence of epidermic stem cells.
Epidermic cells of Nelumbo nucifera aertn were multilayer.
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Through anatomical observations, swollen epidermic cells were found when the explants were cultured on MS medium with BAP (Figure 1C), with subsequent nodule formation and direct regeneration from adventitious shoots (Figure 1D).
Inner wall of epidermic cells are thin; parenchyma composed of polyhedral cells; collateral bundles with a set of sclerenchyma fibers are located at the periphery, each collateral bundle includes two lateral strands of phloem, a central bundle composed of small strands of phloem surrounded with phloematic fibers, a large vessel of metaxylem, several small vessels of protoxylem and xylematic parenchyma.
The specimens were sought through night watches (close to deer tracks or streams) and attraction sites (using several food items or feces, urine and epidermic gland secretions from captive individuals).
I]n our examination of left-wing politics today we have been superficial or, so to speak, epidermic [epidermiques].
Flower was the first to suggest that the animal was "not a pale variety of the ordinary elephant, as some have supposed the so-called 'White Elephant' to be, but one characterized by a local deficiency of the epidermic pigment.