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Thickening plant tissue
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1670s in botany sense, from Late Latin cambium "exchange," from Latin cambiare "change" (see change (v.)).
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 Tissue in the plant that produces new cells.
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Thin membrane just beneath the bark of a plant.
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The layer of living tissue [typically green] between the sapwood and the bark. In regions where there are alternating seasons, each year's growth laid down by the cambium is discernible because o [..]
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The living, growing layer of cells between the xylem and phloem. In woody plants, it is located just beneath the bark.
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The outermost ring of cells around the sapwood of a plant stem or tree trunk. This remarkable sheath of cells is only one cell thick and extends from the roots to the topmost twig. This dividing layer [..]
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Thin layer of undifferentiated, actively growing tissue between phloem and xylem.
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layer of tissue one to several cells thick found between the bark and the wood; divides to form new wood and bark.
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(n) a formative one-cell layer of tissue between xylem and phloem in most vascular plants that is responsible for secondary growth(n) the inner layer of the periosteum
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an exchange; a mint.
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the layer in plants that separates the xylem from the phloem.
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A layer of living cells beneath the bark of a tree that gives rise to the phloem and xylem which are responsible for the movement of water and nutrients in a plant.
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A layer of living Cells between the bark and hardWood that each year produces additional Wood and bark Cells, forming concentric Growth rings.
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a thin formative layer between the xylem and phloem of most vascular plants that gives rise to new cells and is responsible for secondary growth (Merriam-Webster)
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A layer of cells within the stem and root of plants. For grafting, the cambia of the 2 plants being joined must be aligned.
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The living, growing layer of cells between the xylem and phloem. In woody plants, it is located just beneath the bark.
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The living layer of the tree between the sapwood and inner bark that produces the new phloem and xylem Climate change
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(botany) A layer of cells between the xylem and the phloem that is responsible for the secondary growth of roots and stems. * '''1863''', Harland Coultas, ''What may be learned from a tree'' *: Du [..]
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A thin layer of specialized cells within a tree’s trunk that divide to produce new inner bark cells to the outside and new sapwood cells to the inside. The narrow band of cells that is responsible f [..]
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A cambium (plural cambia or cambiums), in plants, is a tissue layer that provides partially undifferentiated cells for plant growth. It is found in the area between xylem and phloem. It forms parallel [..]
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A thin formative layer between the xylem and phloem of most vascular plants that gives rise to new cells and is responsible for secondary growth.
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Layer of meristematic (dividing) cells that produces secondary tissues.
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Layer of living cells just under bark and at growing tips of shoots and roots, from which new growth develops.
Source: forestry.gov.uk

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