The Collaborative International Dictionary
Plerome \Ple"rome\, n. [Gr. ? that which fills up, fr. ? to fill.] (Bot.) The central column of parenchyma in a growing stem or root.
n. (context botany English) The central column of parenchyma in a growing stem or root. According to the histogen theory, plerome gives rise to the stele and endodermis of a plant.
Usage examples of "plerome".
Perhaps the whole Conservatoire was an image of the vile process by which, through the eons, the fullness of the first principle, the Pendulum, and the splendor of the Plerome give way, by which the Ogdoades crumbles and Evil rules in the cosmic realm.