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Vessels per square millimetre or vessel groups per square millimetre?

, : Vessels per square millimetre or vessel groups per square millimetre?. IAWA Bulletin 7(1): 73-74

A discussion of different methods of counting vessels (pores) in studies of wood anatomy, arising from IAWA meetings in Aug. 1985 in Gainesville, Florida. It is recommended that methods of obtaining pore density and the percent of solitary and multiple pores should always be indicated in anatomy papers. Examples are given of how confusion can arise.

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DOI: 10.1163/22941932-90000444

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