Features of the secondary xylem that facilitate branch abscission in juvenile Wollemia Nobili
Wollemi pine (Wollemia nobilis) does not shed individual leaves but instead cleanly self-prunes the whole first-order branch with all the leaves still attached. A zone of stranded xylem at the branch base, the site of branch abscission, is described here
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