A “View Only” Poem

In the field of botany, cambium is”…a tissue layer that provides undifferentiated cells for plant growth. It forms parallel rows of cells, which result in secondary tissues.” It produces the phloem and xylem parts of the plant that carry out and maintain vital functions that allow the plant to survive such as transporting water and nutrients throughout the root of the plant.

Inspired by last month’s Oyster Bay field outing, our own Raquel Crites wrote a poem about her main takeaway from the work she completed at our field outing: Cambium.






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