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If the cambium of a plant never gets bigger than how can the plant still grow in horizontal size without breaking the cambium?

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  1. Ramzy197
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    cambium is a group of unspecialised cells which multiple by dividing so yes the cambium would stay the same shape and size but it produces copies of itself by a process called mitosis and thats why a plant is able to grow

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