From where the bark of tree is cut off?

Answer:

The bark of a tree has epidermal tissue, and It is the outermost layer of the cell that covers the whole plant. The bark of trees is brown and younger stems are green.

  • As plants grow older, the outer protective tissue undergoes certain changes.
  • A strip of secondary meristem replaces the epidermis of the stem.
  • Cells on the outside are cut off from this layer.
  • This forms the several-layer thick bark of the tree.

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