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OTHER WORDS FROM parenchymapa·ren·chy·mal, par·en·chym·a·tous [par-uhng-kim-uh-tuhs], /ˌpær əŋˈkɪm ə təs/, adjectivein·ter·pa·ren·chy·mal, adjective
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That of Pyralis tuberculana constructs a pannier-shaped one of the parenchyma of the leaves of plants.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
These are filled with polygonal cells, which form the true parenchyma of the body.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume 1|Francis Maitland Balfour
Parenchyma, pa-reng′ki-m, n. the soft cellular tissue of glandular and other organs, as the pith in plants or the pulp in fruits.
To ascertain the presence of bubble-cells in the parenchyma of a Spongillid.Freshwater Sponges, Hydroids & Polyzoa|Nelson Annandale
They are the chief constituents of the fleshy parenchyma of fruits, tubers, rhizomes.