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Unformatted text preview: cannot keep pace since there are no more cells to divide d) These non-growing tissues are destroyed Second Lateral Meristem (Cork Cambium) e) The cork cambium is formed from parenchyma cells in the cortex f) The cork cambium produces cork cells; they replace the epidermis and non-growing parts g) More cork cells are produced as the stems diameter increases 5) Mechanism of Secondary Growth Produced by the Vascular Cambium a) A cambial initial can divide to form 2 cambial initials; multiple divisions of cambial initial results in the complete formation of vascular cambium: Periclinal Division b) A cambial initial can be differentiated into either a secondary xylem cell (X) or secondary phloem cell (P) with significant elements for each cell (vessel elements, companion ells, tracheid, and etc.): Anticlinal Division Figure 1 <Figure 1> Anticlinal Division & Periclinal Division...
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