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Vessel characteristics of the wood of some Australian species of Acacia in relation to habitat


, : Vessel characteristics of the wood of some Australian species of Acacia in relation to habitat. Proceedings, Pacific Regional Wood Anatomy Conference, October, 1-7, 1984, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan: 156-158

Variation among 15 species of Acacia from different habitats was studied.


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