The camb-ium in the typical case, which is by far the most frequent, continues the primary differentiation of xylem and phloem in the desmogen strand (see above), or arises in the resting mesodesm or mesocycle and adds new (secondary) xylem and phloem to the primary tissues.
For Burghley's early life, see Cooper's Athenae Cantab.; Baker's St John's Coll., Camb., ed.
Hall, Camb., D.D.
(Camb., 1906); V.
Headlam, Election by Lot in Athens (Camb., 1891); and authorities quoted under GREECE: History, ancient, and ATHENS: History.
Aldis Wright (Camb., 1866; 5th ed., 1900); F.
Whittaker, The Neo-platonists (Camb., 1901); Eusebius, Hist.
Streane, Camb., 1891).