Bark-galling - meaning and definition. What is Bark-galling
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Bark-galling         
  • Living tree bark enveloping [[barbed wire]]
  • civil war]] in 1918.
  • Bark of mature [[mango]] (''Mangifera indica'') showing [[lichen]] growth
  • Damaged bark of a cherry tree
  • [[Backpack]] made of birch bark. Museum by [[Lake Baikal]], Russia
  • Tree cross section diagram
PLANT TISSUE OUTSIDE THE VASCULAR CAMBIUM OR THE XYLEM; IN OLDER TREES MAY BE DIVIDED INTO DEAD OUTER BARK AND LIVING INNER BARK, WHICH CONSISTS OF SECONDARY PHLOEM. EXTERNAL PARENCHYMAL TISSUE, LOCATED JUST BELOW THE EPIDERMIS OF THE STEM
Periderm; Bark galling; Bark-galling; Bark-galled; Plant bark; Tree bark; Phelloderm; Phoeodic; Rhytidome; Stem bark; Bark of a tree
Bark-galling occurs when tree bark is damaged by thorns, or by being bound to stakes or wires, etc. It is cured by clay laid on the galled place, and bound up with hay.
Bark (botany)         
  • Living tree bark enveloping [[barbed wire]]
  • civil war]] in 1918.
  • Bark of mature [[mango]] (''Mangifera indica'') showing [[lichen]] growth
  • Damaged bark of a cherry tree
  • [[Backpack]] made of birch bark. Museum by [[Lake Baikal]], Russia
  • Tree cross section diagram
PLANT TISSUE OUTSIDE THE VASCULAR CAMBIUM OR THE XYLEM; IN OLDER TREES MAY BE DIVIDED INTO DEAD OUTER BARK AND LIVING INNER BARK, WHICH CONSISTS OF SECONDARY PHLOEM. EXTERNAL PARENCHYMAL TISSUE, LOCATED JUST BELOW THE EPIDERMIS OF THE STEM
Periderm; Bark galling; Bark-galling; Bark-galled; Plant bark; Tree bark; Phelloderm; Phoeodic; Rhytidome; Stem bark; Bark of a tree
Bark is the outermost layers of stems and roots of woody plants. Plants with bark include trees, woody vines, and shrubs.
periderm         
  • Living tree bark enveloping [[barbed wire]]
  • civil war]] in 1918.
  • Bark of mature [[mango]] (''Mangifera indica'') showing [[lichen]] growth
  • Damaged bark of a cherry tree
  • [[Backpack]] made of birch bark. Museum by [[Lake Baikal]], Russia
  • Tree cross section diagram
PLANT TISSUE OUTSIDE THE VASCULAR CAMBIUM OR THE XYLEM; IN OLDER TREES MAY BE DIVIDED INTO DEAD OUTER BARK AND LIVING INNER BARK, WHICH CONSISTS OF SECONDARY PHLOEM. EXTERNAL PARENCHYMAL TISSUE, LOCATED JUST BELOW THE EPIDERMIS OF THE STEM
Periderm; Bark galling; Bark-galling; Bark-galled; Plant bark; Tree bark; Phelloderm; Phoeodic; Rhytidome; Stem bark; Bark of a tree
¦ noun Botany the corky outer layer of a plant stem formed by the cambium or as a response to injury or infection.
Derivatives
peridermal adjective
Origin
C19: from peri- + Gk derma 'skin'.