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(ˌsu doʊ pəˈrɛŋ kə mə)

(in certain fungi and red algae) a compact mass of tissue, made up of interwoven hyphae or filaments, that superficially resembles plant tissue.
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1), forming a nutritive 'pseudoparenchyma' (Rohfritsch, 2008).
Sclerotia have two structures with a hard, dense black outer layer called the pseudoparenchyma and a loose inner layer called the prosenchyma (Lu et al., 2017).
Peridium composed of brown pseudoparenchyma cells of textura angularis.