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The waxy covering of the outside layer of the leaf epidermal cells is called the A. lenticel. B. cuticle. C. cortex. D. stomata. E. periderm.
The waxy covering of the outside layer of the leaf epidermal cells is called the CUTICLE.
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The waxy covering of the outside layer of the leaf epidermal cells is called the CUTICLE.

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