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Difference between revisions of "Secondary phloem"

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The type of phloem derived from the secondary meristems of a vascular plant.


The formation of the secondary phloem implicates secondary growth in vascular plants. The presence of secondary phloem is a distinctive feature of most dicot plants.

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