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in·du·si·um

, pl.

in·du·si·a

(in-dū'zē-ŭm, -zē-ă),
1. A membranous layer or covering.
2. The amnion.
[L. a woman's undergarment, fr. induo, to put on]

indusium

(ĭn-do͞o′zē-əm, -zhē-, -dyo͞o′-)
n. pl. indu·sia (-zē-ə, -zhē-ə)
An enclosing membrane, as that covering the sorus of a fern.

in·du·si·um

, pl. indusia (in-dū'zē-ŭm, -zē-ă)
1. A membranous layer or covering.
2. The amnion.
[L. a woman's undergarment, fr. induo, to put on]

indusium

the covering of a sporangium or several sporangia.
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