sapwood

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yalancı odun
kabuk altı tabakası
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Diri odun
yalancı odun, kabuk altı tabakası
Yalancı odun, ağaç kabuğunun altındaki tabaka
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The wood just under the bark of a stem or branch, different in color from the heartwood

A popular myth is that sapwood is not as strong as heartwood.

The newly formed outer wood located just inside the vascular cambium of a tree trunk and active in the conduction of water. Sapwood is usually lighter in color than heartwood
In wood anatomy, the outer layers of the stem that in the living tree contain living cells and reserve materials, e g starch The sapwood is generally lighter in color than the heartwood
newly formed outer wood lying between the cambium and the heartwood of a tree or woody plant; usually light colored; active in water conduction
The outer zone of a tree trunk or log, which in the growing tree contains living cells and reserve materials such as starch Sapwood is generally lighter in colour than the inner heartwood, though they are not clearly differentiated in all species The sapwood is more vulnerable to attack by biological organisms such as fungi and insects but is also usually more permeable than the heartwood making it easier to treat with preservatives
The wood of pale color near the outside of the log; under most conditions the sapwood is more susceptible to decay than heartwood
The outer zone of wood, next to the bark In the living tree it contains some living cells (the heartwood contains none), as well as dead and dying cells In most species, it is lighter colored than the heartwood In all species, it is lacking in decay resistance
The layers of wood next to the bark, usually lighter in color than the heartwood, that are actively involved in the life processes of the tree More susceptible to decay than heartwood, sapwood is not necessarily weaker or stronger than heartwood of the same species
n The lighter colored wood outside of heartwood which transports water and minerals up the tree
– Contains the water/mineral combination (or sap) that delivers the nutrients to the tree that aids in its growth
The living wood near the outside of a tree trunk that carries sap
the outer part of the wood; also called alburnum
{i} new soft wood located beneath the bark, part of a tree that conveys water and sap
The living wood of pale color near the outside of the log
the area on the outer side of the trunk, which contains the sap conducting tubes Sapwood is usually lighter in color, but it darkens with age and becomes heartwood Heartwood and sapwood together comprise the xylem
the lighter, outer region of wood Sapwood is living wood; its main job is to carry water from the roots to other parts of the tree
living wood, often light colored, found between the bark or cambium and the heartwood, usually darker colored
The light colored, living portion of a tree located between the heartwood and the bark (See image of sap in oak at left )
The new wood in a tree that lies between the bark and the Heartwood Sapwood is usually lighter in color and becomes heartwood as the tree ages Also see heartwood
The alburnum, or part of the wood of any exogenous tree next to the bark, being that portion of the tree through which the sap flows most freely; distinguished from heartwood
Newly formed outer wood that lies just inside the cambium of a tree trunk and is usually lighter in color and more active in water conduction than the heartwood ADVANCE \x 540
the outer part of a tree just beneath the bark
the younger outer wood in a tree, that is paler and softer than the wood in the middle
The wood of pale colour near the outside of the log Under most conditions sapwood is more susceptible to decay than heartwood
The light-coloured wood that appears on the outer portion of a cross section of a tree
Wood near the bark and generally lighter in color than heartwood which comes from the log center
the light-coloured wood that appears on the outer portion of a cross-section of a tree See Cambium
The wood near the outside of a tree It is usually lighter in color than heartwood
The sapwood is the outer layers of the stem that in the living tree contain living cells and reserve materials The sapwood is generally lighter in colour than the heartwood
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(Mimarlık) alburnum
sapwood
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