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Resin pockets and related defects of Pinus radiata grown in New Zealand



Resin pockets and related defects of Pinus radiata grown in New Zealand



New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 10(2): 439-444



Three distinct resin pocket types are described and illustrated with photomicrographs. Type 1 is a radially narrow discontinuity in the wood, containing free resin and callus Type 2 originates as Type 1 but has external resin bleeding through ruptured cambium with an associated occlusion scar.

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