Reaction wood formed on the lower side of bending stem is called

Options :
  1. Compression wood
  2. Tension wood
  3. Porous wood
  4. Non porous wood
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 1

Explanation:

Reaction wood is a type of wood formed in bending stems. When it is formed on the lower side as in conifers, it is called Compression wood. When a reaction wood is formed on the upper side, as in dicots, it is called tension wood.

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