periderm

Pericycle vs Periderm - What's the difference?

pericycle | periderm |


As nouns the difference between pericycle and periderm

is that pericycle is pericycle while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

Covering vs Periderm - What's the difference?

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Covering is a related term of periderm.


As nouns the difference between covering and periderm

is that covering is (countable) that which covers something while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

As a verb covering

is .

Sheathing vs Periderm - What's the difference?

sheathing | periderm | Related terms |

Sheathing is a related term of periderm.


As nouns the difference between sheathing and periderm

is that sheathing is something that wraps around or surrounds something, as a sheath encases its blade while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

As a verb sheathing

is .

Skin vs Periderm - What's the difference?

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Skin is a related term of periderm.


As nouns the difference between skin and periderm

is that skin is (uncountable) the outer protective layer of the body of any animal, including of a human while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

As a verb skin

is to injure the skin of.

Casing vs Periderm - What's the difference?

casing | periderm | Related terms |

Casing is a related term of periderm.


As nouns the difference between casing and periderm

is that casing is that which encloses or encases while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

As a verb casing

is .

Husk vs Periderm - What's the difference?

husk | periderm | Related terms |

Husk is a related term of periderm.


As nouns the difference between husk and periderm

is that husk is the dry, leafy or stringy exterior of certain vegetables or fruits, which must be removed before eating the meat inside while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

As a verb husk

is to remove husks from or husk can be to say huskily, to utter in a husky voice.

Rind vs Periderm - What's the difference?

rind | periderm | Related terms |

Rind is a related term of periderm.


As nouns the difference between rind and periderm

is that rind is a bovine animal, cow, ox, head of cattle while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

Peel vs Periderm - What's the difference?

peel | periderm | Related terms |

Peel is a related term of periderm.


As a proper noun peel

is a town on the isle of man.

As a noun periderm is

(botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

Periherm vs Periderm - What's the difference?

periherm | periderm |


As nouns the difference between periherm and periderm

is that periherm is (astronomy) in an orbit around the planet mercury, the point that is closest to mercury while periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark.

Periderm vs Rhytidome - What's the difference?

periderm | rhytidome |


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between periderm and rhytidome

is that periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark while rhytidome is (botany) the dead layers of a plant bark (which (has/is) under(gone/going) secondary growth) external to that of the last formed periderm [http://iwordcom/idictionary/rhytidome].

As nouns the difference between periderm and rhytidome

is that periderm is (botany) the outer layer of plant tissue; the outer bark while rhytidome is .

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