Parenchyma is the bulk of a substance. In animals, a parenchyma comprises the
functional parts of an organ and in plants parenchyma is the ground tissue of ...
1 : the essential and distinctive tissue of an organ or an abnormal growth as
distinguished from its supportive framework. 2 : a tissue of higher plants that
the essential or functional elements of an organ, as distinguished from its
framework, which is called the stroma. adj., adj paren´chymal, parenchym´atous.
Plants contain numerous types of cells and tissues. In this lesson, you will learn
about the function of a type of cell known as parenchyma that is...
Parenchyma, in plants, tissue typically composed of living cells that are thin-
walled, unspecialized in structure, and therefore adaptable, with differentiation, ...
Parenchyma definition, Botany. the fundamental tissue of plants, composed of
thin-walled cells able to divide. See more.
Parenchyma: The key elements of an organ essential to its functioning, as distinct
from the capsule that encompasses it and other supporting structures.
The brain parenchyma includes all of the functional tissue in the brain. It is made
up of neurons and glial cells and is divided into white matter and grey matter, ...
Pulmonary parenchyma is a term that refers to the parts of the lungs involved in
gas transfer. These include the alveoli, interstitium, blood vessels, bronchi and...
The term renal parenchyma refers to the functional parts of the human kidney,
including the elements of the organ that create urine. The term differentiates the ...