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Contributions of clones and stand density to variations of several features of stems and limbs of Cryptomeria



Contributions of clones and stand density to variations of several features of stems and limbs of Cryptomeria



Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 69(4): 136-145



Measurements were made of 13-yr-old trees in plantations established with 22 clones at 3 different spacings. Clone contributions to variation in tree ht., d.b.h., taper, diam. of crown projection, length and thickness of branches and angle of branching were significant, but they were less significant for the number of branches.

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