Definition of Cambial. Meaning of Cambial. Synonyms of Cambial

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Definition of Cambial

Cambial
Cambial Cam"bi*al, a. [LL. cambialis, fr. cambiars. See Change.] Belonging to exchanges in commerce; of exchange. [R.]

Meaning of Cambial from wikipedia

- are high in plants with an active cambial zone and are still currently being studied. Gibberellin stimulates the cambial cell division and also regulates...
- 2012. Retrieved 29 September 2011. "Estatisticas e Indicadores: Receita Cambial" (in Portuguese). Ministério do Turismo. 2012. Retrieved 13 February 2012...
- damaged during sampling." This highly vulnerable feature has made studies on cambial structure and ultrastructure difficult to achieve with conventional methods...
- resistance against fungi and bacteria, and enhanced development of roots. Cambial growth, as well as shoot growth, has been shown to be reduced in some tree...
- amphivasal vascular bundles in Dracaena draco stem in relation to rate of cambial activity". Trees. 29 (5): 1493–1499. doi:10.1007/s00468-015-1230-3. ISSN 0931-1890...
- propagation that initiates root or shoot production from secondary meristematic cambial cells. This explains why basal 'wounding' of shoot-borne cuttings often...
- angiosperm radiation in the mid-Cretaceous than by extinctions. Very slow cambial growth was first used to define cycads, and because of this characteristic...
- A.; Lin, Jinxing (13 January 2020). "Multifeature analyses of vascular cambial cells reveal longevity mechanisms in old Ginkgo biloba trees". Proceedings...
- They can cause damage to trees by tearing the bark and eating the soft cambial tissue underneath. In Europe, sycamore (Acer pseudoplat**** L.) and beech...
- plants to be the stomata. However, in woody plants, with vascular and cork cambial activity and secondary growth, the entire epidermis may be replaced by...
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