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Close up of a Fallen Tree on Coastline, Koka stumbrs, Kolkasrags

Close up of a Fallen Tree on Coastline

Code: U-247-19
Author: Aivars Gulbis
Photo taken on July 26, 2019
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In botany, the trunk (or bole) is the stem and main wooden axis of a tree, which is an important feature in tree identification, and which often differs markedly from the bottom of the trunk to the top, depending on the species. The trunk is the most important part of the tree for timber production.

Trunks occur both in "true" woody plants as well as non-woody plants such as palms and other monocots, though the internal physiology is different in each case. In all plants, trunks thicken over time due to formation of secondary growth (or in monocots, pseudo-secondary growth). Trunks can be vulnerable to damage, including sunburn. Trunks which are cut down in logging are generally called logs and if cut to a specific length bolts.

Structure of the trunk

The trunk consists of five main parts: the bark, inner bark, cambium, sapwood, and heartwood. From the outside of the tree working in first you see the bark this is the protective layer of the trunk. Under this is the inner bark which is made of the phloem. The phloem is how the tree transports food from the roots to the shoots and vice versa. The next layer is the cambium, this is a very thin layer of undifferentiated cells that divide to replenish the phloem cells on the outside and the xylem cells to the inside. Directly to the inside of this is the sap wood, or the living xylem cells. These cells transport the water through the tree. Finally at the center of the tree is the heartwood. The heartwood is made up of old xylem cells that have been filled with resins and minerals to keep other organisms from growing and infecting the center of the tree.

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Close up of a Fallen Tree on Coastline

Code: U-247-19
Author: Aivars Gulbis
Photo taken on July 26, 2019
FREE 1000 x 667 px
72 dpi
210 KB
S 1748 x 1165 px
14.8 x 9.87 cm / 300 dpi
MB
M 3000 x 2000 px
25.4 x 16.93 cm / 300 dpi
L 6000 x 4000 px
50.8 x 33.87 cm / 300 dpi
21.4 MB
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