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Cambial electrical resistance related to the number of vascular cambial cells in balsam fir



Cambial electrical resistance related to the number of vascular cambial cells in balsam fir



Canadian Journal of Forest Research 14(6): 950-952



Cambial electrical resistance (CER) was related to the number of cells per radial file of vascular cambium in dominant and co-dominant balsam fir trees sampled during the growing season from a site in northern New Hampshire. SEM was used to examine the vascular cambial zone (VCZ) of balsam fir during the growing and dormant seasons. Trees selected for SEM were categorized as having growing season CER < 10 k Omega or CER > 12 k Omega.

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DOI: 10.1139/x84-168


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