[hahy-puh-dur-mis] /ˌhaɪ pəˈdɜr mɪs/
Zoology. an underlayer of epithelial cells in arthropods and certain other invertebrates that secretes substances for the overlying cuticle or exoskeleton.
Botany. a tissue or layer of cells beneath the epidermis.
(botany) a layer of thick-walled supportive or water-storing cells beneath the epidermis in some plants
(zoology) the epidermis of arthropods, annelids, etc, which secretes and is covered by a cuticle
hypodermis hy·po·der·mis (hī’pə-dûr’mĭs) or hy·po·derm (hī’pə-dûrm’)
hypodermatosis hy·po·der·ma·to·sis (hī’pə-dûr’mə-tō’sĭs) n. Infection of cattle, sheep, and humans with larvae of flies of the genus Hypoderma.
- Hypodermic injection
hypodermic injection n. A subcutaneous, intracutaneous, intramuscular, or intravenous injection by means of a hypodermic syringe and needle.
[hahy-puh-dur-mik] /ˌhaɪ pəˈdɜr mɪk/ adjective 1. characterized by the introduction of medicine or drugs under the skin: hypodermic injection. 2. introduced under the skin: a hypodermic medication. 3. pertaining to parts under the skin. 4. stimulating; energizing. noun 5. a hypodermic remedy. 6. a hypodermic injection. 7. . 8. the administration of drugs into subcutaneous […]
noun 1. a hollow needle used to inject solutions subcutaneously. hypodermic needle n. hypodermic needle (hī’pə-dûr’mĭk) A hollow needle used in medical syringes to inject fluids into the body or draw fluids from it.