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This article is about the plant tissue. For other uses, see Epiblema (disambiguation).
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In botany, Epiblem is a tissue that replaces the epidermis in most roots and in stems of submerged aquatic plants. It is usually located between the epidermis and cortex in the root or stem of a plant.
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