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Annual growth rings show the growth of a tree each year. The width of each ring is affected by climate and other environmental variables. Older rings, which are usually darker and non-functional, are called heartwood. The younger rings are called sapwood.

Tree trunk, cross section showing annual growth rings, full frame

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Dietrich Rose
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Annual growth rings show the growth of a tree each year. The width of each ring is affected by climate and other environmental variables. Older rings, which are usually darker and non-functional, are called heartwood. The younger rings are called sapwood.
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