Bark in trees and raw material Stem, branches and roots are surrounded by a one-cell-wide cylindrical mantle called vascular cambium. During the growing season, the plasma-rich cells of the cambium divide continuously to produce secondary xylem or wood toward the inside and secondary phloem or inner bark toward the outside. The annual layer of inner
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