Noun(1) an outer protective covering such as the skin of an animal or a cuticle or seed coat or rind or shell
(1) The integument is a layer of tissue found in all seeds; it is produced by the parent plant, and develops into the seed coat.(2) Hosts may be infected via the integument or via the gut epithelium.(3) The outer integument remains two cell layers thick throughout development and does not contribute to the micropyle.(4) this chemical compound is found in the integument of the seed(5) During development of the ovule, the inner of the two integuments disappears, while the outer integument differentiates into different layers of the seed coat.(6) This form allows a non-surgical alternative in reconstructive plastic and other procedures to replace damaged or inadequate integumental tissue.(7) Hand lotions can provide a therapeutic measure, preventing dehydration, desquamation, loss of skin lipids, and damage to the integumentary system.(8) Legumes possess highly differentiated seed coats that arise from the inner and outer integuments of the ovule.(9) Severe hand irritation was defined as one or more full-thickness cracks or other integumentary breaks on the hands' surfaces.(10) Pigmentary effectors enable crustaceans to display rapidly reversible integumental color changes and retinal screening pigment movements.(11) The integumental wounds were easily detected on the body of infested bee pupae by vital staining with Trypan blue.(12) As a result, their integumentary system may be compromised.(13) New theropod integumental structures have been repeatedly dismissed as connective tissues, such as frayed collagen fibers or ossified tendons.(14) We'll be studying the integumentary system first.(15) At least two types of integumental gland cells seem to exist in several species of Echinoderes, Pycnophyes, and Kinorhynchus, and they are arranged in species-specific patterns.(16) Almost all early integumentary systems have some kind of laminar bone or cartilage as a base layer.
(1) integument :: 外皮
1. exterior ::
2. cortex ::
3. rind ::
4. integument ::
5. external ::
6. skin ::
7. derm ::
8. dermis ::
9. bark ::
10. peel ::
11. tegument ::
12. velum ::
Different Formsintegument, integuments
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