Cork-cambium meaning

A lateral ring of meristematic tissue found in woody seed plants, producing cork on the outside of the ring and phelloderm on the inside of the ring.
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A layer of formative cells between the cork and the cortex, from which the cork is formed.
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A layer of cambium near the surface of the stems of woody plants that produces cork to the outside and phelloderm to the inside. It forms the middle layer of the periderm.
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