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Old 04-04-2017, 10:52 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Ok I found another answer. The previous is more for plants

Xylem/Sapwood
The xylem, or sapwood, comprises the youngest layers of wood. Its network of thick-walled cells brings water and nutrients up from the roots through tubes inside of the trunk to the leaves and other parts of the tree. As the tree grows, xylem cells in the central portion of the tree become inactive and die. These dead xylem cells form the tree’s heartwood.

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Phloem/Inner Bark
The phloem or inner bark, which is found between the cambium and the outer bark, acts as a food supply line by carrying sap (sugar and nutrients dissolved in water) from the leaves to the rest of the tree.

So yeah you can make a pen out of it.
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Phloem is the fibrous inner layer of bark. It consists of the "tubes" that carry sap (food) from the leaves to the roots and trunk

Xylem is the tissue that forms the growth rings in the heartwood of the tree. Water and minerals move up this tissue from the roots to the crown of the tree.
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https://youtu.be/jtuX7H05tmQ

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Great videos 1 & 2 a good demonstration of the phenomenon however, these will refer specifically to plants while is not the case with the example I provided (re-read my original post).

The principles may apply, tough...!

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Great videos 1 & 2 a good demonstration of the phenomenon however, these will refer specifically to plants while is not the case with the example I provided (re-read my original post).

The principles may apply, tough...!

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Thumbs up And the winner is...?

Ok folks, time to reveal the person that provided the best answer and the most educational material on the issue, I was hoping that a diagram pic would be posted by participants but, that didn't happen and some folks may still be a little confused is to where these 2 names are found within a tree log.

The winner is edicehouse I appreciate his effort to provide us all with a great educational material, congrats Ed...!

I know that many folks heard these terms but could not remember what they meant and where they are located in a tree so, here is that diagram that I once before have shared on IAP (long ago...!)

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Well, thank you so very much to all of those that participate, some very good answers among you some not as complete but I hope that this little "game" has allowed you to learn something, that was my intended goal...!

Thank you all...!

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Where I am they are having tornado warnings, thunderstorm warning, hail, etc. So this made my day!!!! Thanks
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Where I am they are having tornado warnings, thunderstorm warning, hail, etc. So this made my day!!!! Thanks
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You're welcome.

A little sunshine after all...!
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Congratulations Ed!
Hope all is safe through the storms, too.
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Yea learned how to google You highlight the word by left clicking and holding as you move the cursor over the word. Now when the word is blue you right click on the word and a suggestion box appears. You click the google search feature. Hope this helps all in their daily quest to search the outer reaches of the universe.
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