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- noun lignified, differentiated tissues produced on woody plants as a response to wounding
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When the roots recovered, the stem woundwood go back to its original allocation but fed these carbs to a smaller cambium.
4. Woundwood the wood that grows after injury, typically growing over and eventually closing the wound grows more rapidly than non-woundwood, but the total biomass increment is the same.