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endoderm

en·do·derm (en·to·derm)

endoderm (entoderm)

 
pronunciation:
en d duhrm [or] en t duhrm
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part of speech: noun
definition: the inner layer of cells of an embryo, which develops into the linings of the digestive tract, certain glands, and other internal organs.
derivations: endodermal (adj.), endodermic (adj.)
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