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Why do Animals Eat the Bark and Wood of Trees and Shrubs?

Why do Animals Eat the Bark and Wood of Trees and Shrubs? Product code: FNR-203-W

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This publication describes the make-up of plant cell walls and the anatomy of bark including the phloem and cambium of trees. The food value of bark and woody tissues is also explained and the digestive systems of animals that allows them to use these parts of woody plants as food is illustrated.

Produced

8/11/2003
Last Review Date - 9/1/2015

Author

Bill Chaney

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