In plants, a layer of actively dividing cells between xylem (fluid-conducting) and phloem (food-conducting) tissues that is responsible for the secondary growth of stems and roots, resulting in an increase in thickness. A cambium may also form within callus tissues. Seealso bark, wood.
Learn more about cambium with a free trial on Britannica.com.
Nautilus Neurosciences Announces U.S. Launch of CAMBIA Diclofenac Potassium for Oral Solution for the Treatment of Migraine.
Jun 23, 2010; Nautilus Neurosciences, Inc., a neurology-focused specialty pharmaceutical company headquartered in New Jersey, announced that...
Voyager Learning Company to Combine with Cambium Learning to Create a Leading Provider of Educational Intervention Services.
Jul 11, 2009; Voyager Learning Company (Pink Sheets: VLCY), a publisher of education materials and provider of education solutions for the K-12...