BotanyThe vascular cambium normally gives rise to

The vascular cambium normally gives rise to

  1. A
    Primary phloem
  2. B
    Secondary xylem
  3. C
    Periderm
  4. D
    Phelloderm

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    Solution:

    Vascular cambium cuts off secondary xylem towards pith and secondary phloem towards periphery. Vascular cambium is lateral meristem and take part in secondary growth. It produces secondary xylem, secondary phloem and secondary medullary rays.

    Primary phloem develop from procambium

    Periderm includes phellem, phellogen & phelloderm

    Phelloderm arise from phellogen (Cork Cambium)

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