intine[in′tin′, -tēn′, -tīn′]
intine definition by Webster's New World
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endospore (sense )
Origin: German ; from Classical Latin intus, within plush German -ine, -ine
intine definition by American Heritage Dictionary
The innermost wall of a spore or pollen grain. Also called endosporium.
Origin: German, from Latin intus, within; see en in Indo-European roots.