fibrous layer

fi·brous lay·er

the outer dense connective tissue layer of the periosteum and perichondrium.

fi·brous lay·er

(fībrŭs lāĕr)
Outer dense connective tissue layer of periosteum and perichondrium.
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Anteriorly, it was superficial to the fibrous layer and had irregular borders.
A fibrous layer of organic material, some living, some dead, it consist of stems, decomposing mowings, and other debris, collectively known as thatch.
An absorptive, non-woven, fibrous layer of Hydrofiber(R) Technology.
The fibrous layer is comprised of a continuous network of bonded fibers selected from polyethylene terephthalate, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyamide, cellulose, modified or regenerated cellulose and blends thereof and is partially encompassed by the foamable composition.
The homogeneous layer appeared darker than the fibrous layer because of higher electron density.
Thatch is the tough fibrous layer of dead stems, rhizomes, and debris that builds up between the soil surface and the grass blades above it.
Secondly, the thickened layer reduces the technical difficulty in harvesting the periosteal cells for use, which increases the probability of successful cambium layer, and not just fibrous layer, tissue harvest.
The first fluid pervious material layer is a fibrous layer arranged so that an outside surface of the material laminate is fibrous and the percentage of bonded area in relation to the total area in the two side portions is greater than the percentage of bonded area in relation to the total area of the central portion.
Thus, the mucosa of the maxillary sinus and the middle meatus are separated only by a fibrous layer of periosteum.
An absorptive, non-woven, fibrous layer of Hydrofiber([R]) Technology that gels on contact with the wound bed to provide a moist wound healing environment and manage exudate spread to the periwound area.
A patent has been issued for an adhesive closure tape tab comprised of an elastic laminate made of an elastic film with an expandable fibrous layer of nonwoven thermoplastic polymer fibers.
pruinose; fibrous layer absent; sclerotesta verrucose; spongy layer