hypodermis


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to hypodermis

layer of cells that secretes the chitinous cuticle in e

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The skin is a complex structure with 3 layers; the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis.
We allowed pelts to thaw, removed the hypodermis with a fleshing knife, and nailed perimeters of pelts to plywood to expose the entire surface of the dermis (Hall and Obbard, 1987).
Biopsy specimens were washed 3 times with DNAfree sterile water, and epidermis was removed from the dermis and hypodermis to avoid contamination with cutaneous flora.
7] This is followed by necrosis of skin and the underlying hypodermis and muscles.
However, hypodermis uni or multiseriate of the adaxial lamina surface, which is recorded especially for the genus, was not observed in Calophyllum brasiliense.
2,4) Histopathologically, LPh is a distinctive type of granulomatous and necrotizing panvasculitis; the involved vessels are mostly medium-sized arteries, located deeply in the dermis, and within the hypodermis, whose walls are widely infiltrated by macrophages and many bacilli.
The biopsy revealed a verrucous squamous cell carcinoma invading the dermis and hypodermis and cytological changes of viral infection (Fig.
2] of epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis and up to 50% of the body's fat and, as such, any factors affecting the skin's health will impact the body's health as a whole.
Through the radio frequency both the dermis and hypodermis skin layers are affected safely to regenerate new collagen and shrink fat cells.
Histological investigations demonstrated that squash seed coat normally comprise five layers, including the epidermis, hypodermis, sclerenchyma, parenchyma, and chlorenchyma.
The seed coat of cebil shares some anatomical features with many other legumes, by exhibiting an epidermis of macroesclereids, a hypodermis of osteosclereids and an underlying parenchyma (Fahn 1985, De Souza & Marcos-Filho 2001).
After penetration they reside in a cavity in dermis and hypodermis.
This work focuses on studying the properties of a mixture of Fucus vesiculosus and bentonite, and seawater, in order to determine whether it can be used for treating cellulitis, an alteration which affects skin at the epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis levels.
The hypodermis consisted of a single layer cells that were larger than epidermal cells and were also isodiametric.
The cuticle was smooth without any special ornamentation and the hypodermis was thin and inconspicuous except at the areas of the lateral chords, which were very large and projected far into the body cavity (see Fig.