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Differentiation of tracheids in annual rings of Pinus sylvestris-variability in forest populations



Differentiation of tracheids in annual rings of Pinus sylvestris-variability in forest populations



Sylwan 132(1): 41-51



In further studies in stands already described at Rogow, Poland, data on the number of cells in the latewood zone showed a range of 5-23 with variations relative to age/diameter/site type/stand density being rather complex. Maturation period for latewood cells was 45-50 days and showed no significant difference with the variables studied. Complex relations between variables and tracheid diameter and wall thickness were evident.

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