Structure of the tree – Bark, leaves, needles and roots Bark As shown in Figure 1, bark can be inner bark (phloem) or outer bark (rhytidome). Inner bark forms between the cambium and the last layer of periderm or rhytidome. This is the dead part of the outer bark, with the thickest layers in the
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