peridermal


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per·i·der·mal

, peridermic (per'i-der'măl, -mik),
Relating to the periderm.
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Morphogenesis of the specialized peridermal tissues in Decodon allenbyensis from the middle Eocene Princeton Chert.
Skin is a relatively early player in fetal development, with an epidermis present at 36 days that consists of a basal layer and a superficial peridermal layer.
This suggests that this peridermal layer may play some as yet undescribed role in the signaling cascades that determine the developmental fate of the underlying embryonic deep cells.