[fel-uh-durm] /ˈfɛl əˌdɜrm/

noun, Botany.
a layer of parenchyma produced inwardly by the cork cambium; an inner secondary cortex of the cork cambium.
a layer of thin-walled cells produced by the inner surface of the cork cambium
The layer of tissue, often very thin, produced on the inside of the cork cambium in woody plants. It forms a secondary cortex. See more at cork cambium.


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