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A sample of suberin lamellae in endodermis of two rice genotypes roots.

Suberin is a waxy, waterproof substance that is found in plants. It is described as having a 'rubbery' material. Suberin blocks the movement of water and solutes. It is in the walls of cork cells. Suberin is named after the cork oak, Quercus suber.