What Is the Definition of Corium?

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The term corium is used in entomology to refer to the condensed, fibrous, basal section of a hemelytron. It is also referred to as dermis which is defined as the inmost stratum of the skin and it is mainly found in vertebrate animals.
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corium: the deep vascular inner layer of the skin
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Corium has various meanings. It can refer to a skin layer, a leathery part of an insect, a kind of moth or a substance that comes after a nuclear meltdown.
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(kō′rē-əm) n The most stable, inert, and mature phase of connective tissue elements of the gingiva lying between the periosteum and the lamina propria mucosae.
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Corium refers to: Dermis - a layer of skin beneath the epidermis that consists of connective tissue, and cushions the body from stress and strain.
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co·ri·um
[kawr-ee-uhm, kohr-]
NOUN [PLURAL CO·RI·A]
1.
Anatomy, Zoology dermis
2.
Entomology the thickened, leathery, basal portion of a hemelytron.
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