suberin

noun
su·​ber·​in | \ˈsü-bə-rən \

Definition of suberin 

: a complex fatty substance found especially in the cell walls of cork

First Known Use of suberin

1830, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for suberin

French subérine, from Latin suber cork tree, cork

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suberin

noun
su·​ber·​in | \ˈsü-bə-rən \

Medical Definition of suberin 

: a complex fatty substance that is found in the cells of cork

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