To abrade or rub off any outer covering from; as to bark one's heel.
Outer coating on a tree.
Tissues of stem and root of a tree outside the cambium layer; in older trees usually divisible into inner (living) and outer (dead) bark. ( BCFT).
A protective layer of dead cork like cells on the outer surface of woody plants
The stem tissue outside the vascular cambium.
Bark is the dead tissue of the stem that sloughs off or wears off, on the outside of the tree. Bark is different in the young stem than it is in the old stem. In the young stem, it is composed of phloem, cortex, cork, cork cambium, and epidermis. In the old stem, after the cortex and epidermis is gone, it consists of phloem, cork, cork cambium, and phelloderm.
(Swedish bark, rind), the external group of tissues, from the cambium outwards, of a woody stem or root.
n. (ME. barke; AS. bare, bark or rind) the outermost covering of trees and some plants. This is composed of the cuticle or epidermis, the outer bark or cortex, and the inner bark or fiber.
All tissues outside the vascular cambium of a plant. Baroreceptor [Gr. baros: weight] • A pressure-sensing cell or organ.
The rough outer part of the cortex; loosely used for the entire cortex.
External connective tissue.
tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants
remove the bark of a tree
Bark is the woody surface layer of a tree or woody plants
The tough outer covering of trunks or stems of trees, shrubs, and vines.
The outside covering of the stems and roots of trees and woody plants
Tissues outside the vascular cambium. 551
the protective layer of trees and bushes
outer layer of stems and trunks; protective tissue.
The living tissue outside the vascular cambium in a woody stem. It is composed of phloem tissues, which occur as living inner and dead outer zones.
Exterior of the cambium.
The outer covering of the trunk and branches of a tree, usually corky, papery or leathery.
All tissue external to the vascular cambium; includes phloem and periderm.
Tree bark, commonly fir or cedar, used as mulch in landscaping. Shredded or walk-on barks are best for areas with foot traffic or slopes. Example: Medium Bark
the structure of vascular plants formed between the phloem and the cork.
The outer layer of the stems of woody plants; composed of an outer layer of dead cells ( cork) and an inner layer of phloem. PICTURE
all tissues lying outward from the vascular cambium.
Areas of fiber from outside a tree.
The outer covering of the woody stems, branches, roots and main trunks of trees and other woody plants as distinguished from the inner wood.
organic cellular tissue which is formed by taller plants (trees and bushes) on the outside of the growth zone (cambium) as a shell for the wooden body
outward covering of the tree.
The outermost covering of a tree.
The outer protective layer of the tree. Severely damaged bark on a tree is a defect that can lower the value of the its logs. At the sawmill, logs are first debarked, then slabs are cut off leaving a rectangular or square cant to be cut into lumber. There are two main types of debarkers: Rosserhead and Ring debarkers. Before raw bark is sold as bark mulch, it is ground in a tub grinder (hammermill) to give it the proper texture and consistency. Bark quality is a function of color.
Outer covering of woody plants that includes all living and dead tissues external to the cambium; i.e. a partially dead covering of Parent Term: Woody_stem Child Terms: Contoured Cork Flint_bark Dilatation_tissue Fissured Ripple_mark Suberous Slash Bark_texture Exfoliating Bark,_outer Difficulty Level: Show examples
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The outer layer of the stems, limbs and twigs of woody plants. Often bark is characteristic of the species and can be used for identification.
The tough exterior covering of a woody root or stem that protects the tree from injury caused by insects and other animals, by other plants, by disease and by fire.
The outermost, protective layer, of a tree composed of dead cork and other elements.
The surface layer of the trunk and branches of woody plants.
The outermost cell layers on stems, branches, twigs, and roots, formed by the cambium cells. The bark of trees usually has two layers, the outer and the inner, more or less distinct in structure, texture, color, etc.
all tissues that lie outside the vascular cambium. Consists of: primary and secondary phloem, cortex parenchyma + resin canals and the periderm(s)
Protective layer on the outside of stems and branches, consisting of living cork cells on the inside and dead cells on the outside.
The bark is the outer covering of the trunk, branches, and roots of trees.
Everything outside the vascular cambium in woody plants, consisting of cork cambium, cork, phelloderm, and secondary phloem.