How does cork act as a protective tissue?

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How does cork act as a protective tissue?

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  1. The walls of cork are heavily thickened by the deposition of sobering. The structural characteristic helps the cork to protect itself from infection and mechanical injury. It also prevents desiccation, by preventing loss of water from the plant body..

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