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Origin of parenchyma
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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Example sentences from the Web for parenchyma
The epidermis over the parenchyma of Digraphis arundinacea consists of rectangular cells with plane walls.Grasses|H. Marshall Ward
This is because the cells of their parenchyma are gorged with very minute solid particles of silt.
The dark colour is due to minute masses of blackish pigment in the cells of the parenchyma.
The parenchyma of the barks abounds in starch and oxalate of lime, or else contains a soft brown deposit.
Bleeding may also occur from vessels in the parenchyma of organs invaded by the ulcer.