Reaction wood When wind, snow, unstable or leaning ground, careless planting, or other factors cause a stem to lean or bend, the tree tries to regain its correct orientation. It starts growing specific wood tissue to exert pressure along the grain and restore the vertical growth pattern. This only affects the supporting cells representing softwood
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