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corium

[′kȯr·ē·əm]
(anatomy)
(invertebrate zoology)
Middle portion of the forewing of hemipteran insects.
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Computerized light microscopy indicated that the corneal tubules of the dorsal and abaxial wall of the hoof capsule of buffalo hooves begin at the coronary corium and project from proximal to distal, following the same growth direction of the hoof, up to the white line.
The mean values of papillae at the coronary corium, abaxial wall and sole thickness of the hoof thoracic and pelvic parts in this assessment, sole papillae were less thick, with a significant difference between the means obtained for the abaxial wall and sole (p < 0.05).
This study revealed that the coronary corium shows a greater number of epidermal papillae per area in comparison to the laminar corium of the abaxial wall and sole (Table II).