Origin of cambium
New Latin, from Medieval Latin, exchange, from Latin cambire to exchange — more at change
First Known Use: 1671
CAMBIUM Defined for Kids
Definition of cambium
plural cam·bi·ums or cam·bia \-bē-ə\
: soft tissue in woody plants from which new wood and bark grow
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