Epidermis or skin of a nematode.
the layer between the dermis and the underlying tissues and organs.
The tissue immediately beneath the epidermis of a plant especially when lignified, suberized, or otherwise modified to serve as a supporting and protecting layer.
Hypodermis is, histologically, the subcutaneous layer of connective tissue, looser than the dermis, and containing a variable amount of adipose tissue.
the layer of fatty tissue beneath the skin. The fatty cushion under the dermis.
(hi'-po-DEHRM-ihs) The area of the body between the dermis of the skin and skeletal muscle.
The cell layer beneath the epidermis of the pericarp
layer of cells that secretes the chitinous cuticle in e.g. arthropods
Bottom layer of skin, below the dermis
The deepest layer of skin. A layer of fatty tissue that provides nourishment to the dermis and upper skin layers. It also conserves body heat and cushions internal organs against trauma. Blood vessels, nerves, sweat glands, and deeper hair follicles are found in the hypodermis.
Below the surface of the skin.
A layer of cells below the epidermis.
The fatty layer of skin, home of sweat glands and fat and collagen cells. The hypodermis is responsible for conserving your body's heat and protecting your vital inner organs.
See subcutaneous layer.
found in coniferophyta. thick-walled again and fibrous tissues reinforce. this layer prevents water loss
In nematodes: A thin tissue layer beneath the cuticle that thickens to form the dorsal, lateral, and ventral chords, which extend the length of the body. ( 14)
The hypodermis, also called the hypoderm, subcutaneous tissue, or superficial fascia. It is the lowermost layer of the integumentary system in vertebrates. Types of cells that are found in the hypodermis are Fibroblasts, Adipose Cells, and Macrophages.