Structure of the tree – Wood The basic cambial activity behind the structural properties of wood is illustrated in Figure 1 Cambium forms a continuous layer around the stem, branches and coarse roots with formation of xylem (wood) inwards and phloem (bark) outwards. This results in diameter growth, which is mainly radial but also tangential.
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