intexine

noun
in·​tex·​ine | \ ˈin‧ˌtekˌs|ēn, |īn\
variants: or intextine \ -​kˌst| \
plural -s

Definition of intexine

: the inner membrane of the exine when this exists in two layers

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History and Etymology for intexine

intexine from German, from int- (from Latin intus within) + exine; intextine alteration (influenced by extine) of intexine

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