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cam·bi·um

(kam'bē-ŭm),
The inner layer of the periosteum in membranous ossification.
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reflexa have shown strong eccentricity of secondary growth, possibly due to intensive cambial activity, in contrast to some others like C.
Esta aceleracao dos precos nao era desprezivel, a contar que, alem das politicas de austeridade ja adotadas, mais duas medidas do Governo Dutra serviam como ancora anti-inflacionaria: a fixacao da taxa cambial do cruzeiro com o dolar e o congelamento do salario minimo durante todo o seu mandato, mantendo-o no mesmo nivel de 1943 (ver Grafico 3).
Cambial activity of evergreen and seasonal dimorphics around the Mediterranean.
Lateral meristems in monocots (called "monocot cambia" here so as not to be confused with types of cambial activity in non-monocots) have been studied by various workers, notably Cheadle (1937), Tomlinson and Zimmermann (1969), and Rudall (1991).
Figure 6 shows the radial variation in BD for six selected trees of two different ages with almost the same diameter as a function of distance from the pith or cambial age.
A Fitch IBCA atribuiu `ratings' para fundo de investimentos na escala nacional de `AAA/V1(bra)' para o CCF Future Renda Fixa; `AAA/V6(bra)' para o CCF Future Composto Moderado, `AAA/V7(bra)' para o CCF Future Composto Dinamico e `AAA/V6(bra)' para o CCF Future Cambial.
Evolution = progress: fusiform cambial initial length as a cause of the Trends
Temperature responses of cambial reactivation and xylem differentiation in hybrid poplar under natural conditions.
Fitch IBCA assigns its Brazilian national scale ratings of `AAA/V1(bra)' to CCF Future Renda Fixa, `AAA/V6(bra)' to CCF Future Composto Moderado, `AAA/V7(bra)' to CCF Future Composto Dinamico, and `AAA/V6(bra)' to CCF Future Cambial.
Chemical profiles from intact and damaged branches were qualitatively compared with the chemical profiles from the rasped cambial samples (1g) prepared using the protocol described below.
Fisher and Ewers (1991) describes responses to stem injury that range from the "typical callusing from the cambial zone at the edge of a wound and the covering or repair of injured wood by new secondary tissues, to extreme proliferation of living parenchyma cells throughout the stein.
Responses of woody plants to flooding include senescence, shoot dieback, premature leaf abscission, decreased cambial growth, suppression of formation and expansion of leaves and internodes, and reduced photosynthesis and stomatal conductance (Kozlowski 1997).