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Cork cambium - gives rise to the bark of a tree.
Before the cortex is destroyed, a cork cambium develops there.
Bark is continually replaced by a living layer of cells called the cork cambium.
A limited number of cell layers may form interior to the cork cambium, called the phelloderm.
Cork cambium, a tissue found in many vascular plants as part of the periderm.
The function of cork cambium is to produce the cork, a tough protective material.
Cork is generated by a specialized layer of tissue called cork cambium.
It produces the cork cambium, another secondary meristem.
Cork cambium, which gives rise to the periderm, which replaces the epidermis.
In the beginning these cankers develop in phloem and tissues formed by the cork cambium.
Another lateral meristem is the cork cambium, which produces cork, part of the bark.
The cork cambium gives rise to thickened cork cells to protect the surface of the plant and reduce water loss.
Cork cambium present; initially superficial.
Cork cambium (pl.
Synonyms for cork cambium are bark cambium, pericambium and phellogen.
The phelloderm, which is not always present in all barks, is a layer of cells formed by and interior to the cork cambium.
Because this growth ruptures the epidermis of the stem, woody plants also have a cork cambium that develops among the phloem.
In roots, the cork cambium originates in the pericycle, a component of the vascular cylinder.
The complementary cells is a mass of cells in plants, formed from the cork cambium at the position of the lenticels.
Secondary growth occurs at the lateral meristems, namely the vascular cambium and cork cambium.
In plants with secondary growth, the epidermis of roots and stems is usually replaced by a periderm through the action of a cork cambium.
At this point, the cork cambium begins to form the periderm, consisting of protective cork cells containing suberin.
The trunk is straight and hardly twisted; brown-grayish cork cambium, relatively smooth, with few cracks and detachable scales when old.
Together, the phellem (cork), phellogen (cork cambium) and phelloderm constitute the periderm.
There are also two meristems associated with vascular tissue: the vascular cambium and the cork cambium.
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