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Suberin is a waxy substance found in higher plants. Suberin is a main constituent of cork, and is named after the Cork Oak, Quercus suber.
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suberin n. A waxy waterproof substance present in the cell walls of cork tissue in plants. ... What Suberin lamellae such as those found in some older roots ...
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Definition of suberin from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Information about suberin in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... Suberin acts together with waxes to protect plant surfaces from water loss and ...
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suberin. suberize. subfamily. subfield. subfloor. subflooring. subfossil. subframe. subfusc ... Search for "suberin" in all of MSN Encarta. E-mail this entry ...
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Suberin is a main constituent of cork, and is named after the Cork Oak, Quercus suber. ... suberin - definition of suberin by the Free Online Dictionary ...
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suberin - Definition of suberin from A Dictionary of Plant Sciences at Encyclopedia.com ... suberin A fatty substance found in or on the surface of ... suberin ...
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Suberin - Definition of Suberin at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... Suberin acts together with waxes to protect plant surfaces from water loss and ...
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This is an official news Web page of Purdue University, home of the Boilermakers, alma mater of the first and last men to ... believed that suberin, a waxy ...
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(PhysOrg.com) -- While proving a long-held theory that suberin blocks water and nutrient absorption in plants, a Purdue University scientist learned more about ...
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Pronunciation of suberin. suberin synonyms. suberin usage examples and suberin quotes. ... suberin definition. su·berin (so̵̅o̅′bər in, so̵̅o̅ ber′in) noun ...
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PLoS Genetics is an open-access ... Furthermore, these changes in suberin and water transport were associated with ... Higher suberin content within mature ...
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Suberin is an extremely complex and irregular material, like lignin -- with ... Variations allow for cross-linkage to other suberin molecules via the 9-10 or ω ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on suberin (biochemistry), ...it is considered to be of secondary origin (in contrast to the primary origin of the epidermis ...
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Suberin and cutin are insoluble, lipophilic biopolymers. ... The presence of an aromatic suberin domain was supported by the nondegradative ...
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Suberin, along with wax, causes cork to be impenetrable to liquids as well as gases. ... an air-like gas; the cell walls consist of cellulose, suberin and wax. ...
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Suberin is highly hydrophobic and its main function is to prevent water from ... In root s suberin is deposited in the radial and transverse cell wall s of the ...
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In plants, it is a thin layer of parenchyma found in roots, just outside the ... endodermis cells are impregnated with suberin; a waxy substance which is water ...
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Very long chain aliphatic compounds occur in the suberin polymer and associated wax. Up to now only few genes involved in suberin biosynthesis have been identified. ...
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