- subendothelial layer,
- suberic acid,
Origin of suber
Examples from the Web for suber
When the tree is some five years old, its whole energy is directed toward the increase of the suber.
But such a thing is rarely allowed to happen: the suber is of too much value to man.
In one species of oak this layer--which is called the suber--assumes a peculiar character and is of remarkable thickness.
I had two sisters and a brother and when we was sold they went to Mr. Suber's sister and I stayed with him.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration
That the suber of the Romans was our cork-tree, is generally and with justice admitted.