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Origin of epidermis
OTHER WORDS FROM epidermisep·i·der·mal, ep·i·der·mic, adjectiveep·i·der·mi·cal·ly, adverb
Words nearby epidermis
Example sentences from the Web for epidermis
The roughness of the surface of the leaves of grasses is due to the presence of very minute short hairs borne by the epidermis.A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses|Rai Bahadur K. Ranga Achariyar
There are also three directions in which it pierces the epidermis.The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races|Arthur, comte de Gobineau
As the bone grows, the germinal layer of the epidermis grows with it.
The stomach contents of one individual of P. truei contained a small fragment of the epidermis of Yucca.
The epidermis is sparingly covered with unicellular hairs, some of which are curiously branched, being irregularly star-shaped.Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany|Douglas Houghton Campbell
British Dictionary definitions for epidermis
Derived forms of epidermisepidermal, epidermic or epidermoid, adjective
Word Origin for epidermis
Medical definitions for epidermis
Other words from epidermisep′i•der′mal (-məl) null adj.
Scientific definitions for epidermis
Cultural definitions for epidermis
The outside layers of the skin.