Inorganic components of wood Woody biomass contains small amounts of extraneous inorganic components that the tree takes from the soil through its roots and sap stream. When the concentration of a chemical element in the soil liquid outside the root is greater than in the liquid inside the root, that element will flow through semipermeable
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