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Why do birch trees have black streaks on their trunk my cafe?

Last Updated: 7th January, 2020

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Long answer - the black streaks on the trunk of birch trees are called lenticels, and their function is to enable the exchange of gases between the tree and the air. So, in a way, this makes the whole process of photosynthesis a lot easier for birch trees.

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