Why are trees so brittle when they are dying?



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    Regardless of the cause of death, a dying or dead tree looses its ability to transport and store moisture within the xylem and phloem, both of which are vascular tissues important to maintaining tree health. Without moisture, the tree becomes stiff and brittle.

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