pericambium definition

  • noun:
    • A layer of thin-walled youthful cells in an ever growing stem, where specific brand-new vessels originate.
    • A layer of thin-walled younger cells in an evergrowing stem, where layer certain brand new vessels originate.
    • a phrase recommended by Sachs for thin-walled long-celled formative tissue simply inside the endodermis that surrounds certain fibrovascular bundless. Called cambium-strands by Nägeli and desmogen by Russow.
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