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In some cases he seems to refer to the phloem and cambium by this name, and in other cases to the perimedullary zone.
Necrosis of bone may be the result of any injury, such as severe blows, or pricks and stabs.Diseases of the Horse's Foot|Harry Caulton Reeks
Necrosis of the bones of the nose may take place, in which case the discharge becomes peculiarly offensive.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
These concentric rings of secondary xylem and phloem (fig. 9) afford a characteristic cycadean feature.
The tissue in question is marked by S, c, hb in the figure, and is called phloem or bast.