Wood bark Bark comprises, on average, ca. 10 % of wood stems. In young trees, the inner bark, phloem, is dominant but in older trees the share of the outer bark, rhytidome, increases. The secondary growth of the inner and outer bark takes place in the vascular cambium and cork cambium, respectively. The outer bark
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