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17. Cuticle layer of a Plant

The cuticle layer of a plant is a protecting film that covers the epidermis of leaves, other  plant organs without periderm. The cuticle layer consists of hydrocarbon liquid polymers with wax, and is synthesized only by epidermal cells.

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