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undifferentiated tissue from which new cells are formed, as at the tip of a stem or root

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diversifolia include the occurrence of a nodulated ring of procambium from which vascular bundles develop, and the maintenance of discrete wedge-shaped tissues, an aggregate of primary and secondary vascular tissues at the early part of secondary growth.
Las celulas del procambium y del cambium, primero se desdiferencian y despues se rediferencian en traqueidas.
transport of metabolites cause procambium differentiation, and later vascular bundles with more specialized transporting tissues.
Similarly JIM5, a monoclonal antibody that binds to unesterified pectins, only weakly labeled laticifers, but strongly labeled cells of the corpus and procambium.
Secondary growth is similar to verified type for most of the dicots roots, cambium with procambium, and phellogen that also origins from pericycle.
The somatic embryos formed on the Pierik medium containing 10 [micro]M of 2,4-D contained procambium and exhibited a welldefined delimitation of the protoderm layer (Figure 4E).
The factors governing the length of fusiform cambial initials in plants with vascular cambia and the factors governing length of procambium in monocots, which lack vascular cambia, are quite different.
In MLG, vascular bundles were unaffected, probably due to the end of procambium maturation by the time of ovipositon.