- an enveloping layer or membrane.
- a thin layer of gray matter on the corpus callosum.
Origin of indusium
OTHER WORDS FROM indusiumin·du·si·al, adjective
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How to use indusium in a sentence
The indusium is thin and delicate, composed of sinuous-margined cellules, and is more or less wavy along the free edge.Beautiful Ferns|Daniel Cady Eaton
They are covered by a very slight indusium, which soon falls off.
The indusium arises from a vein to which the sorus is attached.
Thus it is proper to describe the shape of the indusium as peltate.
The sori are narrow, and when young are covered with an indusium.