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The secondary wall formation of compression wood tracheids. IV. Cell wall structure of transitional tracheids between normal wood and compression wood



The secondary wall formation of compression wood tracheids. IV. Cell wall structure of transitional tracheids between normal wood and compression wood



Bulletin, Kyoto University Forests (51): 247-256



Cross or radial sections were cut from stem wood samples taken from a 20-yr-old Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora) and a 12-yr-old sugi in the Kyoto University Forest, both of which had been artificially bent and allowed to recover over 1-2 months.

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