One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The first pattern is related to the differentiation of the cambial derivatives to either xylem or phloem through periclinal segmentations.’
- ‘A small block containing phloem, the cambial zone and two or three annual rings was punched out with a knife and chisel.’
- ‘On well-aerated soils, transpiration may play a vital role in supplying oxygen to xylem and inner cambial zones during the growing season.’
- ‘This layer is usually referred to as the ‘stripes of cell wall residues’ and originates from crushed cambial cells and cambial derivatives on both sides of the cambium.’
- ‘As revealed by light microscopy observations, the cambial region comprised the cambium, immature phloem, and immature xylem cells.’
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